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Pinch-Hitting Inglett Lift Jays Over Twins

Toronto completes three-game series sweep of Minnesota

(Newser) - Still stuck in last place and minus injured leader Vernon Wells, the streaky Toronto Blue Jays needed to reconstruct their confidence. This was a successful first step: A three-game sweep at Minnesota. Dustin McGowan survived his wildness without much damage, the bullpen was spotless and Joe Inglett picked up his... More »

Litsch Pitches Blue Jays to 3rd Straight Win

Wells drives in three runs as Toronto downs White Sox

(Newser) - Vernon Wells drove in three runs, Marco Scutaro homered and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Chicago White Sox 5-2 today. Right-hander Jesse Litsch (4-1) gave up two runs and five hits in 7 1/3 innings for Toronto, which has won three straight after losing eight of nine. Wells went... More »

Burnett, Rios Avert Sweep in Boston

Toronto concludes 2-7 roadtrip with 3-0 win

(Newser) - A.J. Burnett scattered three hits pitching into the eighth inning and Alex Rios homered for the Toronto Blue Jays, who wrapped up a miserable road trip with a 3-0 victory over the Boston Red Sox. Toronto finished the nine-game trip at 2-7 and avoided a sweep after Boston had... More »

Toronto Ends Home Losing Skid

Rios homers as Blue Jays edge the Tigers

(Newser) - Alex Rios homered, Dustin McGowan won for the first time this season and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Detroit Tigers 3-2 today, snapping a six-game home losing streak. Toronto's previous home win was April 6 in the wrapup of a three-game sweep of Boston. McGowan (1-1) pitched a season-high... More »

Blue Jays Edge Rangers in 10

Toronto gets first three-game sweep vs. Texas since 1985

(Newser) - Joe Inglett drove in the tie-breaking run with a sacrifice fly in the 10th inning, B.J. Ryan earned his first save in more than a year and the Toronto Blue Jays completed a three-game sweep of the Texas Rangers with a 5-4 victory Sunday. Ryan was activated before the... More »

Balanced Xavier Dunks on Duquesne

No. 10 Musketeers stay atop Atlantic 10 with an easy win

(Newser) - Duquesne thought pressing No. 10 Xavier would work last night, since its star point guard Drew Lavender was hobbled with a sprained ankle. The Dukes were wrong. The Musketeers got double-doubles by Derrick Brown and C.J. Anderson, and cruised to a 75-48 Atlantic 10 win, reports the Associated Press. More »

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