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Topic - Brett Lawrie
Ned Yost was hoping for something special in Aaron Brooks' first major league start.
The way they're wrapping up this road trip, the Oakland Athletics will be eager to get back on grass as soon as possible.
R.A. Dickey had felt for a while that he was building toward a big performance. It arrived Saturday in the knuckleballer's finest start of the season.
Mark Buehrle wasn't at his best, but he was exactly what the Blue Jays needed to snap a three-game losing streak.
C.J. Wilson enjoys being a tourist in Toronto, but he doesn't much like pitching there.
Phil Hughes was rolling along against his old AL East foes from Toronto, piling up the strikeouts and freezing Blue Jays bats through five innings on a chilly night at Target Field.
The Toronto Blue Jays and the Minnesota Twins were given an unexpected day off because of the weather.
The Toronto Blue Jays were getting mowed down by Phil Hughes through the first five innings on a chilly night at Target Field, but the big swingers never panicked.
When the Toronto Blue Jays broke out their two-week slump at the plate, nothing could stop them from circling the bases - except a gaffe by an overeager ball girl.
Lucas Harrell got the groundball he was looking for. Unfortunately for the Houston Astros, third baseman Matt Dominguez heaved it into right field.
Blue Jays manager John Gibbons thought Brandon Morrow "had that look about him" as he faced the Houston Astros on Wednesday night.
Brett Lawrie can claim bragging rights inside the Blue Jays clubhouse.
Will R.A. Dickey rebound after a disappointing 2013? What about Brett Lawrie? Here is a look at the Blue Jays as they head into a new season.
Blue Jays third baseman Brett Lawrie apologized to his teammates before Monday's game against Atlanta, one day after an angry blowup on the field and in the dugout.
Helmet tossing and bat banging have become all the rage, it seems. Yet suspended Toronto infielder Brett Lawrie and injured Washington teen phenom Bryce Harper still have a long way to go before hitting our list of baseball's wildest rants and raves.
"Mark is amazing at what he does," Lawrie said. "You know he's going to go out there and compete for us ever single night, he's going to give us a chance to win."
Lawrie said he enjoys playing behind the quick-working Buehrle, calling the left-hander's pace "unprecedented."