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Cleveland Indians v Toronto Blue Jays

The Toronto Blue Jays will try and get back on a winning track after dropping Game 1 to the New York Yankees Friday night. Mark Buehrle takes the mound for the Jays against Hiroki Kuroda, who pitched a master piece of a game last time out against the Orioles. Buehrle’s last win against the Yankees came back on April 10, 2004, when he was a member of the Chicago White Sox.

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Toronto Blue Jays v Detroit Tigers

The Blue Jays will play their final game of the road trip today, and hope to end it with a sweep of the Kansas City Royals. Brandon Morrow takes the mound the Jays against Ervin Santana, who was acquired this off-season from the Angels. In two games against the Jays last year, Santana, once known as “Little Pedro”, allowed ten hits and eight runs in 13 innings.

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Cleveland Indians v Toronto Blue Jays

The Blue Jays will try and make it two in a row against the Kansas City Royals a night after Jose Reyes suffered what we now know is a severe ankle sprain. GM Alex Anthopoulos addressed the media and revealed he expects the shortstop to miss three months. Ouch!

Stoeten covered more on the injury here.

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Houston Astros v Milwaukee Brewers

According to Shi Davidi, the Blue Jays have claimed right-hander Edgar Gonzalez off waivers from the Houston Astros.

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Cleveland Indians v Toronto Blue Jays

The Toronto Blue Jays send R.A. Dickey to the mound for today’s rubber match against Jon Lester the Boston Red Sox. The Blue Jays lineup was a little late get up again today due to the status of Jose Bautista, but once again, the Jays will have to do without their right fielder, for one more game anyways.

Good news, he’s available to pinch hit.

More on Bautista after he talked with reporters after BP.

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Boston Red Sox v Toronto Maple Leafs

The Toronto Blue Jays will give it another go today in game two of the series, with lefty J.A. Happ on the mound to take on the Red Sox and John Lackey, yes the same John Lackey coming off Tommy John surgery that somehow got a five year, $82 million deal in the 2009 off-season. Jose Reyes, very quickly becoming a fan favourite in the city, had one hell of a night, recording four hits, and falling just a triple short of the cycle. As for a Jose Bautista update, he tested the ankle during batting practice, but will once again sit.

 

The Blue Jays bullpen, which was short handed last night with Casey Janssen, Darren Oliver and Steve Delabar unavailable, will have a new face in it today after the team announced they recalled Dave Bush from Buffalo. So they still have the eight man bullpen and three man bench.

 

 

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Toronto Maple Leafs v New Jersey Devils

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