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The Toronto Blue Jays begin the first half of their West Coast road swing with three games in Oakland where they hope to land one or more wins.

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The Damn Yankees descend upon the Dome for a four-game series.

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Yesterday's Red Jays host the Redlegs for a three-game set at the Dome.

Toronto native Joey Votto has 12 homers and a .978 OPS with Cincinnati this season. (Image from Cincinnati Enquirer)
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The Blue Jays hope to be worthy in the good land of Wisconsin.

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The Blue Jays make their second trip to Maryland and they hope it goes much better than their first.

Outfielder Anthony Alford has been called up from Double-A New Hampshire to join the Blue Jays in Baltimore. (Image from
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Here's something new - a home and home set. In baseball.
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The AL West's second-place team comes to the Dome for four games.
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The Blue Jays visit their 14th favourite American League ballpark for the Cinco de Mayo weekend - Tropicana Field.

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The Blue Jays are in New York to play the Yankees for the first time in 2017.

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The Blue Jays visit the St. Louis Cardinals in their first interleague road series of 2017.
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Nowhere to go but up, right?
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Sorry for the late series thread. I thought someone else on the roster was going to do it. DISCLAIMER - It's not my fault if the Blue Jays crap the bed again this series!!

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The Toronto Blue Jays begin their 2017 home schedule with their first interleague opponent of the season. Might as well, they've had little success against the American League so far.

Former Blue Jay Eric Thames returns to Toronto where he began his major league career in 2011.
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It's Toronto versus Tampa Bay on two fronts. The Toronto Maple Leafs can clinch a playoff spot for the first time since 2013 and the first time since a full 82-game schedule in 2004 with a victory over the Lightning at the Air Canada Centre.

Meanwhile, the Toronto Blue Jays can clinch their first victory of 2017 (but four would be nice!) as they begin a four-game series at Tropicana Field this evening. If that doesn't excite you, just look at the handsome picture below of the newest Blue Jay acquisition.

Catcher Luke Maile has hit .214 with three home runs and 17 runs batted in his two-year career with Tampa Bay. The Rays designated the 26 year-old for assignment.
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You come in
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