Toronto (74-88) finished last in the A.L. East division and fell to 40-41 on the year at Rogers Centre.
Toronto Blue Jays 2013
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The Rays' loss makes things even tighter in the American League wild-card race.
A common platitude uttered around the Toronto Blue Jays this spring was how they boasted four aces in their starting rotation.
Toronto starter J.A. Happ (4-7) threw 110 pitches in his five innings, allowing three runs and eight hits.
The Red Sox clinched the division title on Friday and, with 95 wins, have the lead in the race for home-field advantage through the AL playoffs.
Rasmus left Friday night’s game after he was hit in the face with a ball while jogging out to the field in the middle of the first inning.
Colby Rasmus hit his 21st homer of the season — and third in three games since returning from the disabled list.
Encarnacion, the club’s MVP with a .272 average, 36 homers and 104 RBIs, will have surgery to repair a cartilage tear in his left wrist.
Adam Lind homered for the Blue Jays who have lost five of their first six games of their current nine-game homestand.
Mark Trumbo hit three doubles, a single and a solo home run to drive in two runs
Esmil Rogers allowed three hits and a walk while striking out four over 7 2-3 innings.
Dickey won his third straight start, giving up seven hits and three runs to a Twins team he was a reliever for in 2009. (1)
The Diamondbacks have gone through an up-and-down season, leaving their playoff hopes clinging by a thread.
Romero, who came into spring training as the projected No. 5 starter in the rotation, has spent the majority of the season with the Buffalo Bisons in triple-A.
Esmil Rogers struck out five and walked one in one of his best starts of the season. (1)
Kansas City's James Shields picked up his 10th win of the season in dominating fashion, pitching seven scoreless innings.
Delabar is 5-2 with a 2.90 ERA and 75 strikeouts in 49 2-3 innings.
Jose Reyes had three singles and Toronto starter R.A. Dickey worked eight innings for the win.
The Blue Jays put up four runs in the first inning off New York starter Hiroki Kuroda.
Anthopoulos made the announcement in a media scrum Tuesday.