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Last Game

Wed, May 27
Rogers Centre
Chicago White Sox
Toronto Blue Jays


W: D. Robertson (4-1)
R. Osuna (1-1)

Home Runs

CHW - None  
- J. Donaldson (13)


Mon May 18
W 10 - 6LAA
Tue May 19
L 3 - 2LAA
Wed May 20
L 4 - 3LAA
Thu May 21
W 8 - 4LAA
Fri May 22
L 4 - 3SEA
Sat May 23
L 3 - 2SEA
Sun May 24
W 8 - 2SEA
Mon May 25
W 6 - 0CHW
Tue May 26
W 10 - 9CHW
Wed May 27
L 5 - 3CHW
8:10 pm EDT
Fri May 29
at MIN
2:10 pm EDT
Sat May 30
at MIN
2:10 pm EDT
Sun May 31
at MIN
7:05 pm EDT
Mon Jun 1
at WAS
7:05 pm EDT
Tue Jun 2
at WAS
7:05 pm EDT
Wed Jun 3
at WAS
7:07 pm EDT
Fri Jun 5
1:07 pm EDT
Sat Jun 6
1:07 pm EDT
Sun Jun 7
7:07 pm EDT
Mon Jun 8


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Tampa Bay21-2224-24
Blue Jays' Russell Martin shifts to second base Wednesday
by R.J. White | CBSSports.com

Blue Jays catcher Russell Martin saw two innings at second base on Wednesday, the second time in his career he's manned the postition, MLB.com reports.

"We had talked about it a couple of weeks ago," Martin said of his conversations with manager John Gibbons about playing second. "We had another situation where we were a little bit short on the bench. I always knew that it was a possibility, and I think he even asked me a couple of days ago, too, in a situation kind of like that. So, it wasn't really that much of a surprise, and I know I can play in the field. I played there for a long time, so I've had plenty of reps over there and it's kind of like riding a bike. Once you get out there, just play the game."

Martin played the first eight innings of the game behind the plate but shifted to second base after Ryan Goins was removed for a pinch-hitter. He went 2 for 5 and scored a run in his team's 5-3, 10-inning loss to the White Sox.

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Blue Jays INF Steve Tolleson has tweaked groin
by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

Blue Jays infielder Steve Tolleson was unavailable for Wednesday's game due to a tweaked groin, according to ESPN.com. 

Tolleson was lifted in the sixth inning of Tuesday's game, though no injury was initially reported. The injury to Tolleson required Russell Martin, who originally came up as an infielder, to play a couple of innings at second base on Wednesday. It was just the second time in his career that Martin played at second. 

The team has not provided an update on Tolleson's status for Friday's game in Minnesota.

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Blue Jays 3B Josh Donaldson hits another ninth-inning home run
by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

Josh Donaldson did it again. For the second straight game, the Blue Jays third baseman blasted a ninth-inning home run off White Sox closer David Robertson. This time, the solo home run tied the game at three, but the White Sox would come back to win in the 10th inning.

"Cutter, just this one was a little bit up," Donaldson said of the pitch from Robertson that led to the game-tying homer, per MLB.com. "From my at-bat earlier, I hit a fly ball to right field that I thought I hit pretty well, and I figured I should try and pull it."

The home run, Donaldson's 13th of the season, was his only hit of the game. He now has eight hits over his last five games as his season average sits at .314.

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Blue Jays SP Marco Estrada nets no-decision Wednesday
by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

Blue Jays starter Marco Estrada pitched well in Wednesday's extra-inning loss to the White Sox, picking up the no-decision. Estrada tossed seven innings, allowing three runs on eight hits. He struck out two and did not walk a batter, throwing 106 pitches with 69 strikes.

Estrada (1-3) gave up a two-run double to Jose Abreu in the third and another RBI-single in the sixth, accounting for all of the runs against him. This was his strongest start of the season. His ERA sits at 3.89 as he heads into his start on Tuesday in Washington DC. 

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Blue Jays' Devon Travis could begin rehab games this weekend
by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

Blue Jays second baseman Devon Travis fielded ground balls on Wednesday as he continues to work his way back from a shoulder injury. Travis has been on the disabled list since May 21, and is hopeful to return when first eligible. 

The next step for Travis is to swing a bat, according to Sportsnet. Manager John Gibbons said Travis isn't "too far off" in his recovery, and a rehab assignment could start this weekend

The rookie second baseman is eligible to come off of the DL on Monday, but may not be quite ready by then. He received a cortisone shot last week, and started to see some progress Tuesday.

"The first few days were pretty sore," Travis said, per MLB.com. "I guess after the shot I was like, 'Man, this shot made it worse.' The doctor said that's normal, though. They get that shot pretty deep down in there. The first couple of days are sore, and yesterday was really like the first day where I started feeling good again.

"I feel much better," Travis said. "Every day since I got the shot has been much better. That's what we're shooting for. Literally, every day there has been a noticeable difference."

When he comes back, the rookie second baseman will pick up a modest four-game hitting streak and a .271 season batting average.

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2015 Team Leaders
AVGJosh Donaldson , 3B.315
HRJosh Donaldson , 3B12
RBIJosh Donaldson , 3B33
OBPJosh Donaldson , 3B.379
SLGJosh Donaldson , 3B.582
RJosh Donaldson , 3B40
SBKevin Pillar , CF7
WMark Buehrle , SP5
ERAAaron Sanchez , SP3.98
WHIPDrew Hutchison , SP1.31
KDrew Hutchison , SP51
SVMiguel Castro , RP4

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