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Speculation over Stroman: Will the Stro Show be on the move? It seems more and more likely that Marcus Stroman will be taking his Stro Show to another location, perhaps well before the July 31 MLB trade deadline.

Angels make hits count in win over Stroman and Jays Right-hander allows just four hits but two of them leave the park. And Stroman addresses whether he’ll be leaving too.

Good start by Marcus Stroman but Jays lose We get another great start from Marcus Stroman and, again, we don't score for him. Marcus went 7 innings allowed just 4 hits, 3 earned, 1 walks with 3 strikeouts. He was getting a lot of soft contact, 13 ground outs, 2 fly outs.

Blue Jays put Justin Smoak, Edwin Jackson on injured list This is his first stint on the injured list since 2014 with Seattle, when he was also sidelined with a left quadriceps strain. That injury kept him out of action for three weeks. "We kept waiting to see but it wasn't getting any better," Jays manager Charlie Montoyo said.

Blue Jays place Justin Smoak, Edwin Jackson on injured list The Blue Jays made a series of roster moves Tuesday before their game at the Rogers Centre against the Los Angeles Angels. First baseman Justin Smoak was placed on the 10-day injured list with a left quad strain, retroactive to June 15, and RHP Edwin Jackson was placed on the 10-day injured list with a lower back strain.

It turns out half of Shohei Ohtani is still pretty darn good Angels designated hitter is forcing his way into all-star talk, but just wait until he starts pitching again.

Will the NBA champion Raptors visit the White House? As the first non-American team to win an NBA championship, it'll be interesting to see what becomes of the Toronto Raptors concerning a potential visit to the White House. A longstanding tradition south of the border, the annual champions from the NBA, NFL, NHL, and MLB usually get an invitation to meet the President in Washington.

McKinney, Shafer recalled to Toronto, Smoak heading to IL One of the longest-tenured Blue Jays is heading to the Injured List, in return outfielder Billy McKinney and pitcher Justin Shafer have been recalled from Triple-A Buffalo. Joining Justin Smoak on the IL will be the infamous Edwin Jackson, who has been the target for the Jays' recent streak of complete disaster.

GameThread Game #73: Angels at Blue Jays The Jays are looking to even up the series behind staff ace Marcus Stroman. In case you missed the roster moves earlier today, Justin Smoak has been placed on the IL, and Justin Shafer is back up. Edwin Jackson has also been placed on the IL, and Billy McKinney is back.

Justin Smoak placed on injured list, Justin Shafer recalled The Blue Jays have placed first baseman Justin Smoak on the 10-day injured list with a quadriceps injury, according to a report from Sportsnet's Ben Nicholson-Smith. Reliever Justin Shafer has been recalled to take Smoak's place on the active roster.

Blue Jays Place Justin Smoak On IL The Blue Jays are placing first baseman Justin Smoak on the 10-day injured list with a quad issue, Ben Nicholson-Smith of Sportsnet reports. Toronto has recalled right-hander Justin Shafer from Triple-A Buffalo to take Smoak's roster spot. Toronto's well out of playoff position, meaning this injury won't affect its chances of contending.

Mike Murov Is Either Dumb or He Thinks We're Dumb Just after the City of Toronto was calming down from a whirlwind day celebrating the Raptors' NBA championship run, the Blue Jays played a game against Mike Trout and the L.A. Angels.

Blue Jays: Lourdes Gurriel Jr. should stay in the outfield for good While Lourdes Gurriel Jr. may have the skill set to be a valuable utility man in the future, his best path to stardom may be as a full-time outfielder for…

Buster Olney: Toronto Blue Jays should absolutely trade Marcus Stroman this summer - TSN.ca The trade rumours continue to circulate around Toronto Blue Jays starting pitcher Marcus Stroman and ESPN's Buster Olney believes the Blue Jays should find a new home for Stroman sooner rather than later.

Burning the Mask - A Blue Jays Writer's Announcement Because I'm not Ryan anymore. Haven't actually been Ryan for a while. Sure, I still did things in public as Ryan, but it was all a mask. A blurring of my true self. It feels like I've gone over this in my head a million times, thinking of how it would go, how I would lead into something like this.

What should the Blue Jays do with Justin Smoak? Back in 2016, there may not have been a move by the Blue Jays front office more heavily scrutinized than the contract extension of Justin Smoak. At the time, Smoak was a bench player, but seemingly out of nowhere, the club re-upped Smoak with a two-year/$8.25 million contract extension with an option for a third year.

Blue Jays: Bargain bin pitchers will destroy future rebuild plans The Toronto Blue Jays are in full rebuild mode, and will mostly require some players via trade or free agency who could really impact the game.

Blue Jays may be officially attempting to tank the season The Toronto Blue Jays are officially attempting to tank the rest of the 2019 campaign if Edwin Jackson toes the rubber in a Jays uniform again this season….

Blue Jays: Who has had the worst season as a Blue Jay in 2019? Who has had the worst season in 2019 so far? It takes more than one or two players struggling to put a team at a record of 26-46, and there\u2019s no doubt that\u2019s been the case for the Blue Jays this season.

Ugly loss to Angels feels like last call for Jays' Jackson Edwin Jackson recorded just two outs and surrendered seven runs — including home runs by Justin Upton, Kole Calhoun and Shohei Ohtani — in Monday’s series opener at the Rogers Centre.

Cavan Biggio homers twice, but Jays lose They have to get rid of the stupid scoreboard pieces in the outfield fence. There are way too many injuries with outfielders running into them. They don't give like the rest of the fence. And, since there is no real warning track. Tonight it was Teoscar Hernandez who hit the scoreboard and has a sprained wrist.

Edwin Jackson gets torched as Toronto Blue Jays fall to Los Angeles Angels To a 10-5 victory in the first of a four-game set. Afterward, Jackson - whose earned-run-average is now up to 12.43 in his seven outings with Toronto this season - was brutally honest in assessing his mound troubles. "It's just point blank. Execution's been terrible," said the 17-year Major League Baseball veteran.

Angels beat up on Jackson, Jays on way to easy win at the Rogers Centre You know what they say about best-laid plans, Charlie Montoyo. The Blue Jays manager got a harsh reminder on Monday night, and perhaps we've seen the last of pitcher Edwin Jackson in a Toronto uniform. Jackson was torched by the Los Angeles Angels, failing to survive one inning, and the Jays went on to lose the series opener 10-5 at Rogers Centre.

Hagen Danner Getting in a Groove Prospect Hagen Danner is starting to put up big numbers for the Lansing Lugnuts as of late. Danner, who has recorded nine hits, which has included: three home runs over his last 10 games; claims that he has a better eye for good pitches to hit over the past two weeks.

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