The Blue Jays outfielder received a 50-game suspension on Aug. 15 last year for testing positive for elevated testosterone while playing for the World Series champion Giants.
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Bautista was thrown out of Sunday's 2-1 win over the Houston Astros after arguing a called strike that led to a strikeout in the seventh inning.
The victory sent the Blue Jays on their road trip on a positive note as they wrapped up a 3-7 home stand. (1)
Johnson endured another bad start, his third in a row, as the Blue Jays' brief winning streak was snapped.
Brandon Morrow has an entrapped radial nerve in his right forearm. (3)
The Dodgers beat the Jays 8-3 on Wednesday night at Rogers Centre. (1)
As Hugh Burrill reports, the ultimate baseball experience for 250 children aged 9-16 got underway on Wednesday at Rogers Centre. Former Blue Jay players are helping kids with their skills and techniques. Video
Mark Ellis also drove in three runs for the Dodgers (52-47), while Jerry Hairston added a solo homer.
The outspoken Toronto Blue Jays catcher tweeted he was leaving the social media website and promptly deleted his account Tuesday morning.
Los Angeles defeated Toronto 14-5 in the series opener Monday night, handing the Blue Jays their fifth straight loss. (2)
“It’s hard to see it any other way because of our record,” the veteran knuckleball after another disappointing loss to the Tampa Bay Rays sealed a three-game sweep. (2)
Evan Longoria also went deep for the Rays, who hit seven home runs in the weekend series.
The Rays have won the first two of the three-game series with the Blue Jays and have taken 12 of their past 13, and 16 of their last 18.
With just five wins in 13 games so far in the month of July, the Toronto Blue Jays are once again mired in last place in the AL East division standing. (1)
After winning 11 consecutive games, the Blue Jays dropped their fourth in the last five with a 7-5 loss to the Red Sox on Friday night.
J.P. Arencibia put Toronto ahead with a two-run single in the sixth inning.
Blue Jays shortstop Jose Reyes was activated from the disabled list and Munenori Kawasaki was sent back to Buffalo. Manager John Gibbons spoke about the decision and Kawasaki thanked the fans. Video