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Toronto Blue Jays

Team RankingAVGRHRERA
Blue Jays.258223474.73
AL East2nd1st1st5th
American League 4th1st3rd15th

Last Game

Fri, May 22
Rogers Centre
Seattle Mariners
at
Toronto Blue Jays
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Pitching

W: F. Hernandez (7-1)
L:
M. Estrada (1-3)
S:
F. Rodney (11)

Home Runs

SEA - N. Cruz (17)  
TOR
- E. Encarnacion (11),C. Colabello (2)

Schedule

Wed May 13
L 6 - 1at BAL
Recap
Thu May 14
L 6 - 4at HOU
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Fri May 15
L 8 - 4at HOU
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Sat May 16
L 6 - 5at HOU
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Sun May 17
L 4 - 2at HOU
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Mon May 18
W 10 - 6LAA
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Tue May 19
L 3 - 2LAA
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Wed May 20
L 4 - 3LAA
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Thu May 21
W 8 - 4LAA
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Fri May 22
L 4 - 3SEA
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Today
MLB Network SEA
1:07 pm EDT
Sun May 24
SEA
7:07 pm EDT
Mon May 25
CHW
7:07 pm EDT
Tue May 26
CHW
12:37 pm EDT
Wed May 27
CHW
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

Standings

AL
East
LEAGUE
W-L
Overall
W-L
Tampa Bay21-1724-19
New York20-1722-20
Baltimore18-1819-20
Boston15-2119-23
Toronto18-2319-25
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Blue Jays P Marco Estrada's recent woes with walks continue
by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com

Blue Jays pitcher Marco Estrada allowed four earned runs during Friday night's 4-3 loss to the Mariners. 

Estrada went seven innings and gave up six hits and three walks while walking five. Estrada has had some trouble with walking hitters of late. In his first seven starts he walked a total of five batters. 

However, in his past three he's surrendered nine walks. 

Estrada now holds an ERA of 3.90 for the season. 

His next start is projected for May 27 against the White Sox. 

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Manager: Blue Jays 2B Devon Travis will return upon eligibility
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

John Gibbons has declared that shelved Blue Jays second baseman Devon Travis should return to the lineup as soon as he comes off the disabled list, per Sportsnet.

He was placed Thursday with a shoulder injury, which would make him eligible to come back June 5.

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Blue Jays INF Munenori Kawasaki makes season debut on Friday
by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

After just being recalled from Triple-A, Blue Jays infielder Munenori Kawasaki is in the starting lineup for Friday's game against the Mariners. Kawasaki is playing second base and batting ninth in manager John Gibbons' lineup.

In 23 games at Buffalo this season, Kawasaki was batting .222 (16 for 72) with four doubles and four stolen bases. Steve Tolleson will get the day off Friday after starting five straight games. 

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Blue Jays 3B Josh Donaldson finally gets a day off Friday
by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

Blue Jays third baseman Josh Donaldson will get his first day off this season, as he is being held out of the lineup on Friday against the Mariners. Donaldson has hit well lately, batting .270 with two home runs and seven RBI over his last 10 games, batting solely out of the top two spots in the lineup.

Manager John Gibbons said Donaldson, who has started each of the team's first 43 games this year, has been playing on a "bad calf" and was looking to give him a day off, acording to SportsNet.

Danny Valencia will get the start at the hot corner, while Ezequiel Carrera will move up to the leadoff spot the batting order. 

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Blue Jays want consistency from SP Daniel Norris at Triple-A
by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

Blue Jays left-hander Daniel Norris could be close to returning to the Major Leagues. Norris was optioned to Triple-A on May 1 after allowing 10 earned runs in 23 1/3 innings over his first five starts with the Blue Jays this year. His 18:12 K:BB ratio didn't do him any favors either.

But in three starts at Buffalo, the rookie has a 2.50 ERA in three starts since his demotion. In his most recent start, Norris went six innings, allowing three runs on five hits. He walked three and struck out nine. He will make his next start on Friday, according to SportsNet. The Blue Jays are looking for some consistency out of the young hurler before they decide to bring him back up.

“His last outing was pretty good, we just want to see that a couple of times, a few times maybe, for his own benefit. He needs that,” Blue Jays manager John Gibbons said. “We’re looking to get him back. He got here so quick, he started to struggle, you want to make sure what you did by sending him down was worthwhile, that he’s regrouped enough, instead of rushing him back. If he’s not quite ready yet, then you’re back to square one again.”

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2015 Team Leaders
AVGJosh Donaldson , 3B.304
HREdwin Encarnacion , 1B11
RBIEdwin Encarnacion , 1B29
OBPRussell Martin , C.373
SLGRussell Martin , C.538
RJosh Donaldson , 3B31
SBKevin Pillar , CF7
WMark Buehrle , SP5
ERAAaron Sanchez , SP4.17
WHIPR.A. Dickey , SP1.27
KDrew Hutchison , SP43
SVMiguel Castro , RP4

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