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Blue Jays Press Releases

  • Blue Jays Select Burns

    The Blue Jays have selected the contract of utility player Andy Burns from Buffalo of the International League (AAA). Right-hander Ryan Tepera has been optioned to the Bisons.

  • Josh Donaldson named Honda Player of the Month

    Toronto Blue Jays 3B Josh Donaldson has been named the Honda Player of the Month for April by the Toronto Chapter of the BBWAA.

  • Blue Jays recall Tepera

    The Toronto Blue Jays have recalled RHP Ryan Tepera from Buffalo of the International League (AAA). L/RHP Pat Venditte has been optioned to the Bisons.

  • Blue Jays recall Dominguez

    The Toronto Blue Jays have recalled 1B/3B Matt Dominguez from Buffalo of the International League (AAA). RHP Drew Hutchison has been optioned to the Bisons.

  • Blue Jays Statement Regarding Chris Colabello

    "This is obviously an unfortunate situation that we are in with Chris. We believe in him as a person and player. We also fully endorse the Major league Baseball drug testing policy."

  • Blue Jays recall Venditte

    The Toronto Blue Jays have recalled L/RHP Pat Venditte from Buffalo of the International League (AAA). To make room on the roster RHP Arnold Leon has been designated for assignment.

  • Fans, Blue Jays raise over $1.2 million at Jays Care "Curve Ball Gala"

    On Monday, April 11, the entire Toronto Blue Jays roster took the field at Rogers Centre in support of Jays Care Foundation for The Curve Ball Gala, presented by Samsung, Cisco, Ericsson, Rogers and Huawei. More than 1,400 VIP guests made their way to Rogers Centre for the unique, opening week gala hosted by Sportsnet's Jamie Campbell and Evanka Osmak and raised over $1.24 million for Jays Care Foundation.

  • The Curve Ball

    The Curve Ball is expected to raise over $1.2 million to support children across Canada through Jays Care programming.

  • Ontario Ministry of Finance, Jays Care announce 50/50 partnership

    Starting tomorrow at the Blue Jays' home opener, the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG) is launching the use of electronic handheld devices for 50/50 raffle.

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