Blue Jays Sign Utility Man Steve PearceThe Toronto Blue Jays signed utility player Steve Pearce to a two-year, $12.5 million contract.
Suspect In Beer Tossing No Longer Works for Media CompanyThe man suspected of throwing a beer can at Baltimore outfielder Hyun Soo Kim during a playoff game in Toronto is no longer employed at the media company for which he worked.
Five Things: Cubs and Dodgers Tied, Indians DominantCleveland has a commanding 2-0 lead in the ALCS while Clayton Kershaw helped the Dodgers steal a game at Wrigley.
Five Things: Blue Jays Sweep, Cubs and Indians Attempt SameThe Blue Jays are headed back to the ALCS. Can the Cubs and Indians close out their series' today?
Toronto To Serve Beer In Cups After Can-Throwing IncidentThe Toronto Blue Jays say beer will be poured into cups at their stadium for the rest of the postseason after a fan threw a can at a Baltimore outfielder earlier in the playoffs.
Blue Jays Fan Writes An Open Letter Praising Adam JonesFollowing the beer-throwing incident, a Toronto Blue Jays fan reached out on social media to praise the Orioles' All-Star center fielder for using his platform to inspire social change.
Suspect In Beer Toss At Wild Card Game Has Been ChargedThe man suspected of throwing a beer at Baltimore outfielder Hyun Soo Kim during the seventh inning of Tuesday night's AL wild card game has been charged with mischief.
4 Things That Went Wrong For The OriolesThe Baltimore Orioles appeared in the American League wild-card game for the third time, but it didn't end as magically as fans would have liked.
Five Things: Blue Jays, Giants Win Exciting Wild Card GamesThe Wild Card games lived up to the hype. Here's some things you may have missed.
Orioles Postseason Dreams Shattered In 11th Inning, Jays Win 5-2Edwin Encarnacion hit a three-run homer in the 11th inning off Ubaldo Jimenez, and Toronto Blue Jays beat the Baltimore Orioles 5-2 in Tuesday night's AL wild card game to advance to a Division Series matchup against Texas.
Orioles General Manager Dan Duquette On The Wild Card Game"This is the American League East, it's a tough division. Every year, night in and night out, it's the toughest division in baseball," says Dan Duquette.
Past Wild-Card Games Have Favored The VisitorsAs baseball enters its fifth season with its one-game, winner-take-all format prior to the Division Series, victorious visitors have become an unlikely trend. The road team is 6-2 in wild-card games — a good omen for the Orioles and Giants this year.