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Toronto Blue Jays

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Last Game

Sat, April 18
Rogers Centre
Atlanta Braves
Toronto Blue Jays


W: B. Cecil (1-1)
S. Marimon (0-1)

Home Runs

ATL - F. Freeman (4),A. Pierzynski (3),K. Johnson (2)  
- J. Bautista (3),J. Donaldson (3)


Thu Apr 9
W 6 - 3at NYY
Fri Apr 10
W 12 - 5at BAL
Sat Apr 11
L 7 - 1at BAL
Sun Apr 12
W 10 - 7at BAL
Mon Apr 13
L 2 - 1TB
Tue Apr 14
L 3 - 2TB
Wed Apr 15
W 12 - 7TB
Thu Apr 16
L 4 - 2TB
Fri Apr 17
L 8 - 7ATL
Sat Apr 18
W 6 - 5ATL
1:07 pm EDT
7:07 pm EDT
Tue Apr 21
7:07 pm EDT
Wed Apr 22
7:07 pm EDT
Thu Apr 23
7:10 pm EDT
Fri Apr 24
at TB
6:10 pm EDT
Sat Apr 25
at TB
1:10 pm EDT
Sun Apr 26
at TB
6:10 pm EDT
Mon Apr 27
at BOS
6:10 pm EDT
Tue Apr 28
at BOS
6:10 pm EDT
Wed Apr 29
at BOS


Tampa Bay4-56-6
New York5-65-6
Blue Jays second baseman Devon Travis thriving early this season
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com

Blue Jays second baseman Devon Travis has ripped through the first two weeks of the season with a bang, hitting .333 in 45 at-bats. Manager John Gibbons loves the way the rookie is playing this season.

"He's got the complete game, he really does," Gibbons said. "He was such a good hitter in spring training I thought to myself: 'This kid will hit some home runs in his career.' But he's shown a lot more power than I expected."

Gibbons is handling things at the plate like an old veteran, according to Gibbons.

"One thing he's got that's advanced for a young guy is he's got a great approach at the plate, he doesn't chase out of the zone much. He's got the ability to foul off tough pitches to stay alive and a lot of guys can't do that. And he handles breaking balls, at least fouls them off, and that's a big part of it. He stays alive and if they make a mistake he doesn't miss it. He's been very productive."

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Blue Jays manager just fine with Kevin Pillar's aggressive style of play
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com

Blue Jays manager John Gibbons has no issue with how outfielder Kevin Pillar attacks the game head on, reports the Toronto Sun. He will deal with the slight issues that comes with his aggressiveness.

"I love the fact that he's aggressive, he can pull off some catches that a lot of guys don't make," Gibbons said. "It depends on the situation, some balls you can't get to, them back off. But he's always had that mindset (to go get it) and that's what allows him to be so good and make those plays. A lot of guys don't. But he's smart enough too to know there's certain times he's got to back off too."

Pillar doesn't think he's overly aggressive.

"He believes he's going to make it, that's why he makes a lot of them," Gibbons added. "There's no hesitation with him at all. He's got a ton of confidence when he's playing that outfield, really in his whole game. When he's on the bases he's a confident kid too."

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Blue Jays' Josh Donaldson hits walk-off HR in 11th inning on Saturday
by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer

Josh Donaldson's solo home run in the bottom of the 11th inning broke a 5-5 tie and gave the Blue Jays a walk-off win over the Braves on Saturday.

That is Donaldson's fourth walk-off home run over the last two seasons -- more than 23 teams have in that span.

'"As a baseball player, as any competitor, you enjoy moments where you can win the game for your team," Donaldson said.

"Not everybody can do that," manager John Gibbons said after Donaldson crushed a 1-0 changeup from Braves reliever Sugar Ray Marimon. "Donaldson is one of those guys. He's so focused, he's not just up there swinging ... He has a plan."

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Blue Jays' Dickey touched for two HRs Saturday, settles for no decision
by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer

Blue Jays starter R.A. Dickey was touched for four runs on four hits, including two home runs, in seven innings on Saturday for a no decision against the Braves.

"It's been frustrating, but at the same time I can't be too displeased with some of the results I've been having and making pitches in big situations," Dickey said to MLB.com. "I've been able to do that for the most part, but in reality I feel like I should have given up two runs."

Freddie Freeman connected for a two-run homer and A.J. Pierzynski added a solo shot off Dickey.

"It's been kind of a kooky beginning here," said Dickey. "In all honesty, I feel like I should have about half the walks that I have. A lot of that is out of your control and so you just try to fight with what you got."

Dickey will go after his first win of 2015 on Friday in Tampa Bay.

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Valencia, Tolleson in lineup; Donaldson at DH vs. LHP Wood
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

The Blue Jays moved Josh Donaldson to designated hitter and included Danny Valencia and Steve Tolleson in the lineup Saturday afternoon against Braves left-hander Alex Wood, according to the Toronto Star. Donaldson remained in his normal No. 2 hole, while Valencia will bat fifth and Tolleson eighth.

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2015 Team Leaders
AVGDevon Travis , 2B.356
HRDevon Travis , 2B3
RBIDevon Travis , 2B12
OBPJosh Donaldson , 3B.396
SLGDevon Travis , 2B.700
RJosh Donaldson , 3B10
SBDanny Valencia , 3B1
WMark Buehrle , SP2
ERAR.A. Dickey , SP3.26
WHIPR.A. Dickey , SP1.19
KR.A. Dickey , SP16
SVMiguel Castro , RP2
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