Did the Blue Jays make the playoffs in 2016? They advanced to the playoffs where they defeated the Baltimore Orioles in the Wild Card Game and the Texas Rangers in the Division Series, before losing
Did the Blue Jays make the playoffs in 2016?
They advanced to the playoffs where they defeated the Baltimore Orioles in the Wild Card Game and the Texas Rangers in the Division Series, before losing to the Cleveland Indians in five games in the American League Championship Series.
How many games did the Blue Jays win in 2016?
The 2016 Toronto Blue Jays played 161 games during the regular season, won 88 games, lost 73 games, and finished in third position.
How far did the Blue Jays go in 2015?
2015 Toronto Blue Jays season
|2015 Toronto Blue Jays|
When was the last time the Blue Jays went to the World Series?
MLB Team History – Toronto Blue Jays Season Results
|2015||League Divisional Series||W 3-2|
|1993||World Series||W 4-2|
|1993||League Championship Series||W 4-2|
Where is Kevin Pillar?
New York Mets#11 / Center fielder
Kevin Pillar/Current teams
Who plays second base for the Blue Jays?
Toronto Blue Jays Depth Chart
|Marcus Semien||Cavan Biggio||Santiago Espinal|
|Santiago Espinal||Cavan Biggio||Vladimir Guerrero Jr.|
|Bo Bichette||Marcus Semien||Breyvic Valera|
|Corey Dickerson||Lourdes Gurriel Jr. DD||Cavan Biggio|
What years did the Blue Jays win the World Series?
19934-2 – Philadelphia Phillies
19924-2 – Atlanta Braves
Toronto Blue Jays/World Series championships
The Blue Jays play in the American League (AL) and are the only franchise in Major League Baseball that plays in a city not in the United States. The team has won two AL pennants and two World Series titles (1992, 1993).
Will the Blue Jays play in Toronto in 2021?
The Blue Jays had asked the federal government to allow them to play at Rogers Centre starting July 30 and wanted a response by Friday. “After nearly two years away, the Toronto Blue Jays are finally coming home to Canada beginning July 30,” the team said in a statement.
Who is Josh Donaldson playing for?
Minnesota Twins#20 / Third baseman
Josh Donaldson/Current teams