Blue Jays manager John Gibbons said Mark Buehrle could make a start on short rest at the end of the regular season to extend his 200-inning streak to 15 seasons.
Rather quietly, the Blue Jays punched their ticket to the playoffs on Friday night. It's a function of the remaining schedule. Whatever the reasons, this will be their first trip to the postseason since 1993.
Right-hander Marcus Stroman, who tore his ACL in spring training, is ready to rejoin the Blue Jays and will make his first start Saturday.
Right-hander Marcus Stroman, who has not pitched this season due a torn ACL, moved closer to returning to the Blue Jays when he made a minor league rehab start Wednesday.
The Blue Jays have now won 20 of their last 24 and it's pretty clear this isn't a fluke. They are the team to beat in the AL East.
The Rockies are at home in Week 20, but who really benefits from it? Scott White makes a case for Nationals hitters, including Ryan Zimmerman, Ian Desmond and even Jayson Werth.
Thursday is National Left-Handers' Day in the United States. Kyle Schwarber led the way with two left-handed homers, plus the day's three lefty starters all picked up wins.
The Blue Jays got yet another strong start on Saturday, this one from David Price. Toronto's pitching has been much improved in the second half.
The options aren't exactly glittering on a light Thursday night, so lightly regarded Matt Wisler ($6,300) becomes a bargain choice as ace.
One day after being made available by the Tigers, David Price has been traded to the Blue Jays for a package of prospects. Here are eight things to know about the trade.

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