10/12/2015 | Price move reflects Toronto's sense of urgency
The Blue Jays had a 7-1 lead on the Rangers in the third inning, but manager John Gibbons wasn't taking any chances with his club's postseason life on the line and he summoned ace lefty David Price from the bullpen and left him in for three innings and 50 pitches.
10/12/2015 | Hamels, Stroman set for Game 5 at Rogers Centre
Cole Hamels will square off against Marcus Stroman in the winner-take-all Game 5 of the ALDS at Rogers Centre on Wednesday at 4 p.m. ET.
10/12/2015 | Stroman looks to send Blue Jays to ALCS
In handing the ball to 24-year-old Marcus Stroman for a winner-moves-on Game 5 against the Rangers on Wednesday at Rogers Centre, Blue Jays manager John Gibbons pulled as much of as an upset as a comeback story.
10/12/2015 | Blue Jays-Rangers ALDS Game 4: DYK?
For the second straight day, the Blue Jays won an elimination game in Texas.
10/12/2015 | Dickey delivers in first postseason appearance
R.A. Dickey's first career appearance in the postseason wasn't quite as long as he might have liked, but the veteran knuckleballer certainly won't complain about the final results.
10/12/2015 | Blue Jays ride 3 homers to Game 5 showdown
The Blue Jays didn't waste any time making an early statement against Rangers left-hander Derek Holland in Game 4 of the American League Division Series on Monday with a pair of first-inning home runs from Josh Donaldson and Chris Colabello. Toronto won, 8-4, to force a deciding Game 5 on Wednesday, beginning at 4 p.m. ET (FS1/Sportsnet) at Rogers Centre.
10/12/2015 | Hawkins trying to stay in the moment
LaTroy Hawkins says he's trying to stay in the moment as his 21-year Major League career hangs in the balance with the Blue Jays' fate in the American League Division Series. He doesn't want to think of each day as potentially his last in the big leagues. He'll think back when it's all over, not when he's living day to day with Toronto's fortunes.
10/12/2015 | Price delivers three innings out of bullpen
Blue Jays manager John Gibbons said prior to Toronto's 8-4 American League Division Series Game 4 victory that it would be all hands on deck for Monday's must-win matchup with the Rangers at Globe Life Park, and he was true to his word, summoning ace left-hander David Price from the bullpen to relieve starter R.A. Dickey with one out in the fifth inning.
10/12/2015 | Jays pull off Pricey rout for 2-2 tie vs. Texas
The Blue Jays flexed their league-leading home run power with three long balls off Rangers starter Derek Holland in Game 4 on the way to forcing a winner-take-all Game 5 in the American League Division Series with an 8-4 victory on Monday afternoon at Globe Life Park in Arlington.
10/12/2015 | Back in lineup, Beltre tallies two hits in loss
Rangers manager Jeff Banister had a simple answer when asked when third baseman Adrian Beltre would be ready to return to the lineup.
10/12/2015 | Blue Jays may have found themselves
Down 0-2 in a best-of-five American League Division Series, the Blue Jays made a stand of their own by defeating the Texas Rangers, 5-1, on Sunday night at Globe Life Park. They did it by getting back to the basics.
10/12/2015 | Jays aim to stay hot in Texas, send ALDS back home
The temperature rose dramatically when the Toronto Blue Jays and Texas Rangers arrived in Arlington to continue their American League Division Series. The intensity climbed along with it. It was 93 degrees when Game 3 started at 8 p.m. ET on Sunday, and it should be even steamier when Game 4 begins at 4 p.m. ET on Monday afternoon. And the fact that there will even be a Game 4 in this best-of-five series? Well, that's the hottest topic of all.
10/11/2015 | Center stage: Statcast tracks Gomez, Pillar, Cain
Sunday was a good day to be a center fielder. Across two American League Division Series contests, three center fielders produced impressive plays, two with the glove and one with the bat. Statcast™ was there to track all three and provide a data-driven look at how they happened.
10/11/2015 | Blue Jays-Rangers ALDS Game 3: DYK?
The Blue Jays, down 2-0 in the best-of-five American League Division Series, kept their season alive on Sunday night with a 5-1 win over the Rangers at Globe Life Park. Here are some other notable facts and figures from Sunday's game.
10/11/2015 | Estrada plays stopper in Blue Jays' victory
The Blue Jays needed a stopper Sunday night, much like they needed a starter early in the year. Again, Marco Estrada answered. After 6 1/3 innings of one-run ball in a 5-1 win over Texas, Sanchez has kept Toronto alive in its American League Division Series. The Blue Jays now trail, 2-1, in the best-of-five series.
10/11/2015 | Tulowitzki gives Jays boost with 3-run homer
The Blue Jays have been desperately searching for that spark, the big blow, the one player to step up and bring this offense back to its elite form. They may have found it Sunday night in the form of Troy Tulowitzki.
10/11/2015 | Dickey grateful for postseason opportunity
Over 15 seasons, R.A. Dickey pitched his way out of the Majors, back in, and then to a Cy Young Award, an All-Star selection and a long-term contract. He could not pitch himself into the postseason.
10/11/2015 | Half measure: Blue Jays cut Texas' ALDS lead
Troy Tulowitzki's three-run home run and right-hander Marco Estrada's excellent pitching performance kept the Blue Jays alive in the best-of-five American League Division Series, preventing the Rangers' potential celebration on Sunday night.
10/11/2015 | Navarro gets start for Blue Jays; Beltre out
The lineups for Game 3 of the American League Division Series between the Rangers and Blue Jays at Globe Life Park have been announced.
10/11/2015 | Price warms up in 'pen but doesn't appear
Left-hander David Price warmed up in the bullpen during Game 3 of the American League Division Series on Sunday night, but the Blue Jays didn't need to call on him as they wrapped up a 5-1 victory over the Rangers.
10/10/2015 | Three Keys for Blue Jays to win ALDS
The Blue Jays are down, but they're not out. For a team that pulled off a pair of 11-game winning streaks this season, taking the next three from Texas is not an impossible task.
10/10/2015 | Blue Jays' potent bats key to Game 3 rebound
The Blue Jays have their backs against the wall in the American League Division Series, and the only way to escape the sticky situation is by hitting their way out of it.
10/10/2015 | Blue Jays may start Price in Game 4 scenario
Blue Jays manager John Gibbons has not ruled out the possibility of bringing back No. 1 starter David Price on short rest for Game 4 if Toronto extends the American League Division Series with a win Sunday night.
10/10/2015 | Blue Jays have attitude, grit to come back in ALDS
The Blue Jays had the best record in baseball after July 29, at 43-18. They scored the most runs in the Majors and hit the most home runs. Their rotation had the American League's best ERA at 3.48.
10/10/2015 | Tepera replaces Cecil on Blue Jays' roster
The Blue Jays have replaced injured lefty reliever Brett Cecil on their American League Division Series roster with rookie right-hander Ryan Tepera.
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