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Study: Jays hold funerals for their dead

According to a US ornithologist, scrub jays take part in a bizarre ritual in which it appears that the hold a funeral for their dead.

MLB: Tigers avoid sweep with 4-1 win over Blue Jays Special

Toronto - After dropping the first two games of the series the Detroit Tigers bounced back to avoid being swept and snapped the Toronto Blue Jays' three-game win streak.

MLB: Athletics cool off Blue Jays to begin three-game series Special

Toronto - Both teams came into the game riding win streaks - the Toronto Blue Jays had just swept the Boston Red Sox and the Oakland Athletics - the hottest team in baseball - had just swept the major league leading New York Yankees in four games.

MLB: Blue Jays Pound Angels Early in 11-2 Win Special

Toronto - The Toronto Blue Jays had another impressive offensive game, but it was the performance on the mound that was the biggest surprise and relief for the team.

MLB: Blue Jays use long ball to sweep Orioles Special

Toronto - After coming off a tough 1-6 road trip and being swept in Texas, the Toronto Blue Jays showed resiliency to bounce back and take three straight from the Baltimore Orioles.

MLB: Blue Jays sweep two-game set against Yankees Special

Toronto - As has been the case for many seasons the Toronto Blue Jays realize that for the team to even have a sniff at the playoffs it will have to play well and pick up important wins against other teams in a tough American League East division.

NHL: Leafs win home finale 3-2 over Lightning in overtime Special

Toronto - On a day the Toronto Blue Jays kicked off its 2012 season in Cleveland, the Toronto Maple Leafs were getting ready for its home finale against the Tampa Bay Lightning. What’s the connection you ask?

Blue Jays rookie Brett Lawrie out for remainder of season Special

Toronto - The Toronto Blue Jays received some bad news prior to the start of Wednesday’s game. Rookie Third baseman is out for the remainder of the season with a fractured right middle finger.

MLB: Ex-Jay Vernon Wells Lifts Angels to 7-2 Victory over Jays Special

Toronto - Vernon Wells continued his success at Rogers Centre as he once again haunted his old team by driving in four runs powering his Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim to a 7-2 victory.

MLB: Brandon Morrow stellar in Jays 3-0 win over Yankees Special

Toronto - Pitcher Brandon Morrow shrugged off his recent struggles in a big way on Sunday afternoon as the right hander silenced the New York Yankees bats in an impressive eight inning shutout performance.

Blue Jays trade Halladay to Phillies

SI.com reports that Blue Jay ace pitcher will be dealt to Philadelphia in a three team deal involving the Seattle Mariners.

Blue Jays return home from disastrous road trip bent not broken

OK, fine. Really bent. But the point remains: not broken. Except Jesse Carlson and Brian Wolfe. They might be broken after Roy Halladay's though with 'em.

Yahoo! Sports writer Jeff Passan calls Blue Jays fans obnoxious Special

I like Jeff Passan. Enjoy his work. Been reading him ever since he joined Yahoo! Sports. But Passan doesn't feel the same way about me, or us. He thinks we - Toronto Blue Jays fans - are obnoxious, annoying homers

Halladay and Toronto Blue Jays defeat Baltimore Orioles Special

Mission: Doc, to watch every start Harry Leroy Halladay III makes at the Rogers Centre this season, continued last night. I'm three for three, my friends.

The injuries are mounting, but the Toronto Blue Jays keep winning

Well, here come the injuries. The upstart Toronto Blue Jays are set to face adversity as they hit the road on a seven-day, seven-game road trip.

Toronto Blue Jays Rookie Ricky Romero Continues To Impress

Ricky Romero is so fine. He blows my mind. The kid, only three starts into his Major League Baseball career, is pitching like a veteran. He's got a bright future. Oakland A's left-fielder Jack Cust would agree.

Deep Thoughts on the Toronto Blue Jays

The Toronto Blue Jays continue to impress. Leading the charge is none other than uber-rookie Travis Snider, only 21 years old.

Op-Ed: David Purcey strong in season debut for Toronto Blue Jays

Far be it from me to point out when someone is wrong, considering I'm, uh, not right 98.2% of the time, but the National Post's Bruce Arthur rained all over my optimism/pennant parade with his column on Tuesday, so I've no choice but to let him have it.

Op-Ed: Deep Thoughts on Toronto's sports teams

It's time for more deep thoughts on the world of sports. In this installment, the goaltending woes of both Toronto FC and the Maple Leafs; the Toronto Craptors; and more people dumping on the Blue Jays

Op-Ed: It's opening night, baseball is back in Toronto

It has proven difficult to escape the copious amounts of negativity - whether in print, on blogs, on radio, and on television - that surrounds the 2009 edition of our Toronto Blue Jays. It is in abundance. And I'm tired of it. Done with it, actually.

Op-Ed: Deep thoughts on the world of sports

In this edition, thoughts on: Chris Bosh, Jason Blake, the Toronto Blue Jays' 2009 chances, a new book about the Toronto Maple Leafs, and the NHL's MVP debate...

Canada eliminated from World Baseball Classic

Italy. Italy! Team Canada, ousted from the World Baseball Classic, by Italy. No offence to Italy but, well, they're Italy. I'm sorry, but that's rough.

Op-Ed: A Long, Cold, Harsh Winter Awaits Toronto Sports Fans

Winter has arrived in Toronto. The kind of cold that chills you to the bone. And with it, the realization that as sports fans in this great, but frigid, city, our nuclear winter is upon us. It's the perfect storm.

Op-Ed: Tired of Toronto Blue Jays Fans Who Only Complain

Why? Can someone please tell me why Toronto Blue Jays fans are still complaining about the release of Reed Johnson? It was six months ago. Please, for the love of all things holy, get over it.

Op-Ed: Roy Halladay fought the good fight, and won

Yesterday, I sang the praises of A.J. Burnett and how wonderful he was against the Red Sox and Yankees this season. Now, it's time to lavish praise on his brother in arms in the fight against the evil empires, Roy Halladay.
 

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Blue Jays starting pitcher Brett Cecil put in another quality start  his third straight  but once ag...
Blue Jays starting pitcher Brett Cecil put in another quality start, his third straight, but once again found himself on the losing end. He has had issues giving up home runs and that combined with lack of offence from his teammates proved to be the difference
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Blue Jays rookie third baseman Brett Lawrie hits a single against the Yankees on Sunday
Blue Jays rookie third baseman Brett Lawrie hits a single against the Yankees on Sunday
Karan Vyas
Blue Jays give each other high fives to celebrate its 3-0 victory over the Yankees
Blue Jays give each other high fives to celebrate its 3-0 victory over the Yankees
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Jays catcher J.P. Arencibia shows the umpire that he has the ball in his glove after making a diffic...
Jays catcher J.P. Arencibia shows the umpire that he has the ball in his glove after making a difficult catch in foul territory in the eighth inning. Despite being up 10 runs he didn't give up on the ball and went over the fence at his dugout while his teammates had to catch him from falling in
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Morrow picked up his sixth win of the season and struck out eight batters while only giving up one r...
Morrow picked up his sixth win of the season and struck out eight batters while only giving up one run, two walks and four hits
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Blue Jays outfielder Travis Snider continues to swing a hot bat after hitting a solo home run in the...
Blue Jays outfielder Travis Snider continues to swing a hot bat after hitting a solo home run in the third inning. He has hit in all four games since being called up from Triple-A Las Vegas including homering in back-to-back games
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Blue Jays Manager John Farrell addresses media in his post-game press conference
Blue Jays Manager John Farrell addresses media in his post-game press conference
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Toronto Blue Jays third baseman Brett Lawrie tagged from second base after a fly ball out but was th...
Toronto Blue Jays third baseman Brett Lawrie tagged from second base after a fly ball out but was thrown out at third by his Oakland Athletics counterpart Brandon Inge in the first inning. A big seventh inning propelled the A's to a 7-2 victory at the Rogers Centre on Tuesday night
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Lawrie is caught trying to steal second base against the Yankees on Sunday
Lawrie is caught trying to steal second base against the Yankees on Sunday
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Western Scrub-Jay (Aphelocoma californica)
Western Scrub-Jay (Aphelocoma californica)
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File photo: Tigers first baseman Prince Fielder looks up in frustration after popping up a ball in t...
File photo: Tigers first baseman Prince Fielder looks up in frustration after popping up a ball in the infield while Blue Jays catcher Jeff Mathis eyes the ball as well. The Tigers slugger struggled and went 0-for-4 on the afternoon
John Lucero
Blue Jays Manager John Farrell argues a call with home plate umpire Jim Reynolds on Saturday afterno...
Blue Jays Manager John Farrell argues a call with home plate umpire Jim Reynolds on Saturday afternoon
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The Blue Jays celebrate a win at Toronto s Rogers Centre
The Blue Jays celebrate a win at Toronto's Rogers Centre
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Adam Lind celebrates one of his two homeruns with second baseman Kelly Johnson on his way back to th...
Adam Lind celebrates one of his two homeruns with second baseman Kelly Johnson on his way back to the dugout
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Thames is examined by a team doctor and Manager John Farrell
Thames is examined by a team doctor and Manager John Farrell
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Edwin Encarnacion hits a 1-2 pitch over the left field fence for a solo homerun in the second inning...
Edwin Encarnacion hits a 1-2 pitch over the left field fence for a solo homerun in the second inning. It was the infielder's 17th long ball of the year and moved him into second place in the American League in homeruns
JP Dhanoa
Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Henderson Alvarez throws one of his 80 pitches on Saturday afternoon. The ...
Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Henderson Alvarez throws one of his 80 pitches on Saturday afternoon. The right-handed pitcher picked up his fifth win in his team's 11-2 victory over the Los Angeles Angels in front of 29,287 fans at Rogers Centre
John Lucero
Toronto Blue Jays starting pitcher Brandon Morrow is helped off the field after taking a direct hit ...
Toronto Blue Jays starting pitcher Brandon Morrow is helped off the field after taking a direct hit off a line drive in the seventh inning. The right-handed pitcher and team officials feared the worst but x-rays were negative. Toronto won 4-1 to sweep the Baltimore Orioles at Rogers Centre
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Omar Vizquel watches the ball in the air moments after laying down a bunt in the fourth inning. The ...
Omar Vizquel watches the ball in the air moments after laying down a bunt in the fourth inning. The 45-year old infielder was able to beat out the throw at first base to earn a single
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The Blue Jays at Rogers Centre
The Blue Jays at Rogers Centre
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