2019 Toronto Blue Jays
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Record67–95 (.414)
Divisional place4th
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Owner(s)Rogers, CEO Mark Shapiro
General manager(s)Ross Atkins
Manager(s)Charlie Montoyo
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The 2019 Toronto Blue Jays season was the 43rd season of the Toronto Blue Jays franchise, and the Blue Jays' 29th full season (30th overall) at Rogers Centre. The Blue Jays were managed by Charlie Montoyo in his first year as the Blue Jays manager.[1] The Blue Jays began their season at home against the Detroit Tigers on March 28[2] and ended their season at home against the Tampa Bay Rays on Sunday, September 29. They finished with a record of 67 and 95, a worse record than the previous season, and failed to qualify for the postseason for the third consecutive year.

Offseason

On September 26, 2018, it was announced that John Gibbons would not return to manage the Blue Jays for the 2019 season.[3]

October 2018

November 2018

December 2018

January 2019

Spring training

On March 25 and 26, the Blue Jays returned to Montreal's Olympic Stadium for two games against the Milwaukee Brewers.[28]

Standings

American League East

AL East W L Pct. GB Home Road
New York Yankees 103 59 0.636 57–24 46–35
Tampa Bay Rays 96 66 0.593 7 48–33 48–33
Boston Red Sox 84 78 0.519 19 38–43 46–35
Toronto Blue Jays 67 95 0.414 36 35–46 32–49
Baltimore Orioles 54 108 0.333 49 25–56 29–52


American League Wild Card

Division Leaders W L Pct.
Houston Astros 107 55 0.660
New York Yankees 103 59 0.636
Minnesota Twins 101 61 0.623


Wild Card teams
(Top two qualify for postseason)
W L Pct. GB
Oakland Athletics 97 65 0.599 +1
Tampa Bay Rays 96 66 0.593
Cleveland Indians 93 69 0.574 3
Boston Red Sox 84 78 0.519 12
Texas Rangers 78 84 0.481 18
Chicago White Sox 72 89 0.447 23½
Los Angeles Angels 72 90 0.444 24
Seattle Mariners 68 94 0.420 28
Toronto Blue Jays 67 95 0.414 29
Kansas City Royals 59 103 0.364 37
Baltimore Orioles 54 108 0.333 42
Detroit Tigers 47 114 0.292 48½


Records vs opponents

Record Games Left
Opponent Home Road Total Home Road Total
AL East
Baltimore Orioles 4–5 7–3 11–8
Boston Red Sox 4–6 4–5 8–11
New York Yankees 6–4 2–7 8–11
Tampa Bay Rays 4–5 2–8 6–13
Totals 18–20 15–23 33–43
AL Central
Chicago White Sox 1–2 2–2 3–4
Cleveland Indians 1–2 0–4 1–6
Detroit Tigers 2–2 2–1 4–3
Kansas City Royals 3–1 3–0 6–1
Minnesota Twins 0–3 3–1 3–4
Totals 7–10 10–8 17–18
AL West
Houston Astros 1–2 1–2 2–4
Los Angeles Angels 1–3 0–3 1–6
Oakland Athletics 3–0 3–0 6–0
Seattle Mariners 1–2 1–2 2–4
Texas Rangers 2–1 1–2 3–3
Totals 8–8 6–9 14–17
National League
Arizona Diamondbacks 0–3 0–3
Atlanta Braves 1–1 0–2 1–3
Colorado Rockies 0–3 0–3
Los Angeles Dodgers 0–3 0–3
San Diego Padres 1–2 1–2
San Francisco Giants 0–2 1–1 1–3
Totals 2–8 1–9 3–17
Grand Totals 35–46 32–49 67–95
Month Games Won Lost Pct.
March 4 2 2 .500
April 25 12 13 .480
May 28 7 21 .250
June 27 10 17 .370
July 26 12 14 .462
August 27 12 15 .444
September 25 12 13 .480
Totals 162 67 95 .414

2019 draft

Round Pick Player Position College/School Nationality Signed
1 11 Alek Manoah RHP West Virginia United States June 13[29]
2 52 Kendall Williams RHP IMG Academy (FL) United States June 9[30]
3 88 Dasan Brown OF Abbey Park High School (ON) Canada June 29[31]
4 117 Will Robertson OF Creighton United States June 11[32]
5 147 Tanner Morris SS Virginia United States June 11[32]
6 177 Cameron Eden SS California United States June 11[32]
7 207 L. J. Talley 2B Georgia United States June 14[32]
8 237 Angel Camacho 3B Jacksonville United States June 16[32]
9 267 Philip Clarke C Vanderbilt United States July 2[33]
10 297 Glenn Santiago SS International Baseball Academy (PR) Puerto Rico June 13[34]

Regular season

Opening Day

The Rogers Centre on Opening Day
The Rogers Centre on Opening Day
Opening Day starters
Position Name
Catcher Danny Jansen
First baseman Justin Smoak
Second baseman Lourdes Gurriel Jr.
Shortstop Freddy Galvis
Third baseman Brandon Drury
Left fielder Teoscar Hernandez
Center fielder Kevin Pillar
Right fielder Randal Grichuk
Designated hitter Rowdy Tellez
Pitcher Marcus Stroman

March and April

Vladimir Guerrero Jr.

On opening day, Detroit Tigers starting pitcher Jordan Zimmermann pitched a perfect game through 6 2/3 innings against the Blue Jays before giving up a hit to Teoscar Hernandez.[35] Marcus Stroman also pitched seven scoreless innings for the Blue Jays.[36] Toronto lost the contest 2–0 in 11 innings, after Christin Stewart hit a two-run homer in the 10th inning.[37] On April 1, Baltimore Orioles starting pitcher David Hess pitched a no-hitter through 6 1/3 innings before manager Brandon Hyde took him out of the game, in a game the Blue Jays wound up losing 6–5.[38] On April 4, in the first game of a four-game set against the Cleveland Indians at Progressive Field, starter Trevor Bauer pitched seven innings of no-hit ball against the Blue Jays before being removed from the game after throwing 117 pitches, as the Blue Jays lost 4-1.[39] In the final game of the series, Indians pitcher Mike Clevinger pitched five innings, while giving up one hit and striking out 10 Blue Jays batters in a 3–1 Cleveland win.[40] The Blue Jays managed only 19 hits while tallying 57 strikeouts in the series, the second most in franchise history, while striking out at least 13 times in four consecutive games for the first time in franchise history and only fourth time in MLB history.[41]

May

The Blue Jays were swept by the Minnesota Twins in a series at home from May 6 to May 8 as they were shutout in back-to-back games, before Billy McKinney's solo home run in the final game of the series ended a 25-inning scoreless skid for the team.[42] The team had their worst month of the year in May, finishing with a 7–21 record while losing four straight games or more on three separate occasions.[43]

June

On June 2, the Colorado Rockies finished off a three-game sweep of the Blue Jays at Coors Field.[44] From June 7 to June 9, another national league team, the Arizona Diamondbacks, swept the Blue Jays at the Rogers Centre in a series where Toronto only managed to score four runs.[45] In a game at Yankee Stadium against the Blue Jays on June 25, the New York Yankees set a new MLB team record by hitting a home run for the 28th consecutive game, with DJ LeMahieu hitting the record-setting home run in the first inning in a 4–3 win.[46]

July

On July 24, Shane Bieber of the Cleveland Indians tossed a complete game one hitter against the Blue Jays, striking out ten batters and walking one as the Indians won 4–0, taking two of three games from the Jays.[47]

August

On August 8, rookie Bo Bichette set a new MLB record for most consecutive doubles to start a career with nine when he doubled in the bottom of the sixth inning against the New York Yankees.[48] On August 11, Masahiro Tanaka of the New York Yankees pitched eight innings against the Blue Jays while giving up only three hits in a 1–0 win that split a four-game set between the two teams.[49] Aroldis Chapman came in the 9th inning to close the game for the Yankees, inducing a double play from the bat of Vladimir Guerrero Jr. following a 13-pitch at-bat, for which the rookie received a standing ovation from the crowd at Rogers Centre.[50] In their game against the Texas Rangers on August 12, the Blue Jays set a franchise record with 13 extra-base hits.[51] On August 18, Yusei Kikuchi of the Seattle Mariners pitched a complete game two-hit shutout against the Blue Jays in a 7–0 win as the Mariners took two of three games from the Blue Jays.[52]

September

On September 1, Justin Verlander of the Houston Astros pitched a no-hitter against the Blue Jays, the third of his career (and second against Toronto) in a 2–0 win.[53]

Game log

Legend
Blue Jays win Blue Jays loss Game postponed
2019 Game Log: 67–95 (Home: 35–46; Away: 32–49)[54]
March: 2–2 (Home: 2–2; Road: 0–0)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record GB
1 March 28 Tigers 0–2 (10) Alcántara (1–0) Hudson (0–1) Greene (1) 45,048 0–1 1
2 March 29 Tigers 6–0 Shoemaker (1–0) Boyd (0–1) 18,054 1–1 ½
3 March 30 Tigers 3–0 Sanchez (1–0) Turnbull (0–1) Giles (1) 25,429 2–1
4 March 31 Tigers 3–4 (11) Stumpf (1–0) Pannone (0–1) Greene (2) 16,098 2–2 1
April: 12–13 (Home: 5–6; Road: 7–7)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record GB
5 April 1 Orioles 5–6 Hess (1–0) Reid-Foley (0–1) Bleier (1) 10,460 2–3 2
6 April 2 Orioles 1–2 Cashner (1–1) Stroman (0–1) Castro (1) 12,110 2–4 3
7 April 3 Orioles 5–3 Shoemaker (2–0) Karns (0–1) Giles (2) 11,436 3–4 2
8 April 4 @ Indians 1–4 Bauer (1–0) Sanchez (0–1) Hand (3) 10,375 3–5
9 April 5 @ Indians 2–3 Cimber (1–0) Biagini (0–1) 12,881 3–6
10 April 6 @ Indians 2–7 Carrasco (1–1) Pannone (0–2) 18,429 3–7
11 April 7 @ Indians 1–3 Clevinger (1–0) Stroman (0–2) Hand (4) 17,264 3–8
12 April 9 @ Red Sox 7–5 Shoemaker (3–0) Sale (0–3) Giles (3) 36,179 4–8 5
13 April 11 @ Red Sox 6–7 Walden (2–0) Giles (0–1) 36,510 4–9 6
14 April 12 Rays 7–11 Yarbrough (2–1) Thornton (0–1) 17,326 4–10 7
15 April 13 Rays 3–1 Pannone (1–2) Roe (0–2) Giles (4) 20,771 5–10 6
16 April 14 Rays 4–8 Kolarek (1–0) Stroman (0–3) 20,512 5–11 7
17 April 15 @ Twins 5–3 Gaviglio (1–0) Mejía (0–1) Biagini (1) 11,727 6–11
18 April 16 @ Twins 6–5 Sanchez (2–1) May (1–1) Giles (5) 13,365 7–11
19 April 17 @ Twins 1–4 Odorizzi (1–2) Thornton (0–2) Parker (4) 11,465 7–12
20 April 18 @ Twins 7–4 Biagini (1–1) Pineda (2–1) Giles (6) 12,523 8–12
21 April 19 @ Athletics 5–1 Stroman (1–3) Brooks (2–2) 15,128 9–12
22 April 20 @ Athletics 10–1 Gaviglio (2–0) Fiers (2–2) 31,140 10–12
23 April 21 @ Athletics 5–4 Hudson (1–1) Anderson (3–1) Giles (7) 16,015 11–12
24 April 23 Giants 6–7 Samardzija (2–1) Thornton (0–3) Smith (6) 20,384 11–13 5
25 April 24 Giants 0–4 Pomeranz (1–2) Buchholz (0–1) 19,652 11–14 5
26 April 26 Athletics 4–2 Giles (1–1) Petit (0–1) 28,688 12–14
27 April 27 Athletics 7–1 Sanchez (3–1) Anderson (3–2) 22,254 13–14
28 April 28 Athletics 5–4 (11) Luciano (1–0) Treinen (1–2) 18,557 14–14
29 April 30 @ Angels 3–4 Buttrey (2–1) Tepera (0–1) Robles (2) 38,797 14–15
May: 7–21 (Home: 3–10; Road: 4–11)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record GB
30 May 1 @ Angels 3–6 Peña (1–1) Stroman (1–4) Buttrey (1) 33,082 14–16 5
31 May 2 @ Angels 2–6 Skaggs (3–2) Sanchez (3–2) 40,064 14–17 6
32 May 3 @ Rangers 1–0 (12) Hudson (2–1) Jurado (0–1) Giles (8) 26,179 15–17 6
33 May 4 @ Rangers 5–8 Lynn (4–2) Pannone (1–3) Kelley (2) 31,787 15–18 6
34 May 5 @ Rangers 2–10 Dowdy (2–1) Buchholz (0–2) 30,934 15–19
35 May 6 Twins 0–8 Pérez (5–0) Stroman (1–5) 12,292 15–20
36 May 7 Twins 0–3 Berríos (6–1) Sanchez (3–3) Rogers (4) 14,039 15–21
37 May 8 Twins 1–9 Gibson (3–1) Thornton (0–4) 14,372 15–22
38 May 10 White Sox 4–3 Biagini (2–1) Covey (0–2) Giles (9) 20,402 16–22
39 May 11 White Sox 2–7 Nova (2–3) Stroman (1–6) 24,563 16–23
40 May 12 White Sox 1–5 Giolito (4–1) Sanchez (3–4) 24,222 16–24
41 May 14 @ Giants 7–3 Thornton (1–4) Vincent (0–2) 31,230 17–24
42 May 15 @ Giants 3–4 Melancon (1–0) Tepera (0–2) Smith (11) 31,028 17–25
43 May 16 @ White Sox 2–4 Herrera (1–2) Law (0–1) Colomé (9) 20,119 17–26 10
44 May 17 @ White Sox 10–2 Gaviglio (3–0) Nova (2–4) Guerra (1) 17,078 18–26
45 May 18 @ White Sox 1–4 (5) Giolito (5–1) Feierabend (0–1) 22,908 18–27 10
46 May 19 @ White Sox 5–2 Hudson (3–1) Herrera (1–3) Giles (10) 18,605 19–27
47 May 20 Red Sox 2–12 Price (2–2) Jackson (0–1) 26,794 19–28 10½
48 May 21 Red Sox 10–3 Stroman (2–6) Rodríguez (4–3) 14,407 20–28 10½
49 May 22 Red Sox 5–6 (13) Hembree (1–0) Cordero (0–1) 18,285 20–29 11½
50 May 23 Red Sox 2–8 Weber (1–0) Gaviglio (3–1) 36,526 20–30 12½
51 May 24 Padres 3–6 Wisler (2–1) Hudson (3–2) Stammen (2) 19,480 20–31 13
52 May 25 Padres 4–19 Quantrill (1–2) Jackson (0–2) 24,212 20–32 14½
53 May 26 Padres 10–1 Stroman (3–6) Erlin (0–1) 24,462 21–32 13½
54 May 27 @ Rays 3–8 Chirinos (6–1) Sanchez (3–5) 15,883 21–33 14½
55 May 28 @ Rays 1–3 Yarbrough (4–1) Richard (0–1) Castillo (6) 5,786 21–34 14½
56 May 29 @ Rays 3–4 (11) Castillo (1–3) Shafer (0–1) 6,166 21–35 15½
57 May 31 @ Rockies 6–13 Márquez (6–2) Jackson (0–3) 32,990 21–36 16½
June: 10–17 (Home: 5–8; Road: 5–9)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss. Save Attendance Record GB
58 June 1 @ Rockies 2–4 Gray (5–4) Stroman (3–7) Oberg (2) 34,205 21–37 17½
59 June 2 @ Rockies 1–5 Senzatela (4–4) Sanchez (3–6) 37,861 21–38 17½
60 June 4 Yankees 4–3 Pannone (2–3) Tanaka (3–5) Giles (11) 20,671 22–38 16½
61 June 5 Yankees 11–7 Gaviglio (4–1) Britton (2–1) 16,609 23–38 15½
62 June 6 Yankees 2–6 Happ (6–3) Jackson (0–4) Chapman (18) 25,657 23–39 16½
63 June 7 Diamondbacks 2–8 Kelly (6–6) Stroman (3–8) 16,555 23–40 16½
64 June 8 Diamondbacks 0–6 Greinke (7–2) Sanchez (3–7) 22,954 23–41 16½
65 June 9 Diamondbacks 2–8 Ray (5–3) Richard (0–2) 19,661 23–42 17½
66 June 11 @ Orioles 2–4 Means (6–4) Thornton (1–5) Givens (6) 12,524 23–43 18
67 June 12 @ Orioles 8–6 Jackson (1–4) Hess (1–9) Hudson (1) 11,153 24–43 17½
68 June 13 @ Orioles 12–3 Stroman (4–8) Ynoa (0–3) 14,910 25–43 16½
69 June 14 @ Astros 2–15 Cole (6–5) Sanchez (3–8) Armenteros (1) 34,719 25–44 17
70 June 15 @ Astros 2–7 Valdez (3–2) Richard (0–3) 38,012 25–45 17½
71 June 16 @ Astros 12–0 Thornton (2–5) Peacock (6–4) 42,174 26–45 17½
72 June 17 Angels 5–10 Peña (5–1) Jackson (1–5) 15,227 26–46 18½
73 June 18 Angels 1–3 Skaggs (6–6) Stroman (4–9) Robles (11) 17,259 26–47 19½
74 June 19 Angels 6–11 Ramirez (3–0) Sanchez (3–9) 16,225 26–48 20½
75 June 20 Angels 7–5 (10) Kingham (2–1)[Note 1] Buttrey (4–4) 24,291 27–48 20½
76 June 21 @ Red Sox 5–7 (10) Workman (6–1) Romano (0–1) 36,711 27–49 21½
77 June 22 @ Red Sox 8–7 Kingham (3–1)[Note 2] Barnes (3–2) Giles (12) 36,712 28–49 21½
78 June 23 @ Red Sox 6–1 Stroman (5–9) Porcello (5–7) 36,495 29–49 20½
79 June 24 @ Yankees 8–10 Sabathia (5–4) Sanchez (3–10) Chapman (22) 37,204 29–50 21½
80 June 25 @ Yankees 3–4 Green (2–2) Richard (0–4) Chapman (23) 40,119 29–51 22½
81 June 26 @ Yankees 7–8 Britton (3–1) Kingham (3–2)[Note 3] 40,578 29–52 23½
82 June 28 Royals 6–2 Hudson (4–2) Duffy (3–4) 18,399 30–52 23
83 June 29 Royals 7–5 Hudson (5–2) Barlow (2–3) 24,906 31–52 23
84 June 30 Royals 6–7 Keller (4–9) Sanchez (3–11) Kennedy (11) 21,727 31–53 24
July: 12–14 (Home: 5–8; Road: 7–6)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record GB
85 July 1 Royals 11–4 Richard (1–4) Sparkman (2–4) 29,339 32–53 23½
86 July 2 Red Sox 6–10 Price (6–2) Thornton (2–6) 18,415 32–54 23½
87 July 3 Red Sox 6–3 Waguespack (1–0) Sale (3–8) Giles (13) 16,883 33–54 23½
88 July 4 Red Sox 7–8 Workman (8–1) Giles (1–2) 22,217 33–55 24½
89 July 5 Orioles 1–4 Bundy (4–10) Sanchez (3–12) Fry (3) 20,530 33–56 25½
90 July 6 Orioles 1–8 Cashner (9–3) Richard (1–5) 22,405 33–57 25½
91 July 7 Orioles 6–1 Thornton (3–6) Wojciechowski (0–2) 22,487 34–57 24½
92 July 12 @ Yankees 0–4 Germán (11–2) Sanchez (3–13) 47,162 34–58 25½
93 July 13 @ Yankees 2–1 Biagini (3–1) Happ (7–5) Hudson (2) 43,472 35–58 24½
94 July 14 @ Yankees 2–4 Tanaka (6–5) Stroman (5–10) Chapman (25) 42,303 35–59 25½
95 July 15 @ Red Sox 8–10 Porcello (7–7) Thornton (3–7) Workman (4) 35,616 35–60 25½
96 July 16 @ Red Sox 10–4 Shafer (1–1) Cashner (9–4) 36,341 36–60 25½
97 July 17 @ Red Sox 4–5 Rodríguez (11–4) Sanchez (3–14) Workman (5) 34,853 36–61 26
98 July 18 @ Red Sox 0–5 Sale (4–9) Pannone (2–4) 35,357 36–62 27½
99 July 19 @ Tigers 12–1 Stroman (6–10) Zimmermann (0–7) 26,498 37–62 27½
100 July 20 @ Tigers 7–5 Font (3–2)[Note 4] Soto (0–4) Giles (14) 28,784 38–62 27½
101 July 21 @ Tigers 3–4 (10) Ramirez (5–3) Mayza (0–1) 22,562 38–63 27½
102 July 22 Indians 3–7 Clevinger (4–2) Borucki (0–1) 22,295 38–64 27½
103 July 23 Indians 2–1 (10) Giles (2–2) Olson (1–1) 22,186 39–64 27½
104 July 24 Indians 0–4 Bieber (10–3) Stroman (6–11) 25,385 39–65 28½
105 July 26 Rays 1–3 Yarbrough (9–3) Waguespack (1–1) Poche (1) 22,767 39–66 28
106 July 27 Rays 10–9 (12) Hudson (6–2) Pagán (2–2) 28,204 40–66 27
107 July 28 Rays 9–10 Roe (1–3) Hudson (6–3) Castillo (8) 24,542 40–67 28
108 July 29 @ Royals 7–3 Mayza (1–1) Keller (7–10) 18,306 41–67 27½
109 July 30 @ Royals 9–2 Reid-Foley (1–1) Montgomery (1–4) 18,379 42–67 26½
110 July 31 @ Royals 4–1 Waguespack (2–1) Junis (6–10) Shafer (1) 14,480 43–67 26½
August: 12–15 (Home: 7–7; Road: 5–8)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record GB
111 August 1 @ Orioles 11–2 Thornton (4–7) Wojciechowski (2–4) 9,716 44–67 26
112 August 2 @ Orioles 5–2 Kingham (4–2)[Note 5] Brooks (2–5) Law (1) 16,331 45–67 26
113 August 3 @ Orioles 4–6 Givens (2–5) Boshers (0–1) Fry (3) 12,951 45–68 27½
114 August 4 @ Orioles 5–6 Eshelman (1–2) Reid-Foley (1–2) Armstrong (4) 18,837 45–69 28½
115 August 5 @ Rays 2–0 Waguespack (3–1) Morton (12–4) Law (2) 11,948 46–69 28½
116 August 6 @ Rays 6–7 (10) Castillo (2–6) Boshers (0–2) 9,434 46–70 29½
117 August 7 @ Rays 4–3 Stewart (1–0) McKay (2–2) Giles (15) 10,299 47–70 29½
118 August 8 Yankees 6–12 Germán (15–2) Pannone (2–5) Cessa (1) 34,108 47–71 30½
119 August 9 Yankees 8–2 Reid-Foley (2–2) Happ (9–7) 25,782 48–71 29½
120 August 10 Yankees 5–4 Adam (1–0) Ottavino (5–4) Law (3) 33,903 49–71 28½
121 August 11 Yankees 0–1 Tanaka (8–6) Thornton (4–8) Chapman (31) 27,790 49–72 29½
122 August 12 Rangers 19–4 Stewart (2–0) Jurado (6–8) 16,492 50–72 30
123 August 13 Rangers 3–0 Pannone (3–5) Lynn (14–8) Giles (16) 22,958 51–72 30
124 August 14 Rangers 3–7 Allard (1–0) Reid-Foley (2–3) 34,666 51–73 31
125 August 16 Mariners 7–3 Waguespack (4–1) LeBlanc (6–7) 20,844 52–73 30½
126 August 17 Mariners 3–4 Bass (2–4) Mayza (1–2) Magill (1) 22,073 52–74 31½
127 August 18 Mariners 0–7 Kikuchi (5–8) Font (3–3)[Note 6] 23,604 52–75 31½
128 August 20 @ Dodgers 3–16 Kershaw (13–2) Reid-Foley (2–4) 52,030 52–76 31½
129 August 21 @ Dodgers 1–2 (10) Báez (7–2) Mayza (1–3) 44,106 52–77 31½
130 August 22 @ Dodgers 2–3 Sadler (3–0) Law (0–2) 49,796 52–78 31½
131 August 23 @ Mariners 4–7 Wisler (3–2) Gaviglio (4–2) Magill (3) 34,706 52–79 32½
132 August 24 @ Mariners 7–5 Stewart (3–0) McClain (0–1) Law (4) 34,590 53–79 31½
133 August 25 @ Mariners 1–3 Gonzales (14–10) Buchholz (0–3) Magill (4) 29,698 53–80 32½
134 August 27 Braves 3–1 Godley (4–5)[Note 7] Soroka (10–3) Giles (17) 24,578 54–80 33
135 August 28 Braves 4–9 Jackson (8–2) Waguespack (4–2) 23,112 54–81 34
136 August 30 Astros 4–7 McHugh (4–5) Thornton (4–9) 25,289 54–82 34
137 August 31 Astros 6–4 Buchholz (1–3) Valdez (4–7) Giles (18) 26,414 55–82 34
September: 12–13 (Home: 8–5; Road: 4–8)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record GB
138 September 1 Astros 0–2 Verlander (17–5) Giles (2–3) 24,104 55–83 35
139 September 2 @ Braves 3–6 Soroka (11–3) Waguespack (4–3) Melancon (9) 28,987 55–84 35
140 September 3 @ Braves 2–7 Foltynewicz (5-5) Font (3–4)[Note 8] 25,427 55–85 36
141 September 5 @ Rays 4–6 Drake (4–2) Boshers (0–3) Pagán (18) 5,962 55–86 37
142 September 6 @ Rays 0–5 Fairbanks (1–2) Buchholz (1–4) Pagán (19) 10,853 55–87 37
143 September 7 @ Rays 3–5 Anderson (5–4) Romano (0–2) Drake (2) 12,663 55–88 38
144 September 8 @ Rays 3–8 Richards (5–12) Waguespack (4–4) 14,071 55–89 39
145 September 10 Red Sox 4–3 Shafer (2–1) Taylor (1–2) Giles (19) 17,819 56–89 38½
146 September 11 Red Sox 8–0 Thornton (5–9) Kelley (0–1) 14,463 57–89 38
147 September 12 Red Sox 4–7 Taylor (2–2) Buchholz (1–5) Workman (12) 17,420 57–90 39½
148 September 13 Yankees 6–5 (12) Font (4–4)[Note 9] Lyons (1–2) 23,915 58–90 38½
149 September 14 Yankees 3–13 Paxton (14–6) Waguespack (4–5) 26,308 58–91 39½
150 September 15 Yankees 6–4 Zeuch (1–0) Cortes Jr. (5–1) Giles (20) 22,562 59–91 38½
151 September 17 @ Orioles 8–5 Law (1–2) Givens (2–6) 9,280 60–91 38½
152 September 18 @ Orioles 11–10 Stewart (4–0) Castro (1–3) Law (5) 9,066 61–91 37½
153 September 19 @ Orioles 8–4 Kay (1–0) Ynoa (1–9) 10,148 62–91 37½
154 September 20 @ Yankees 4–3 Adam (2–0) Kahnle (3–2) Giles (21) 45,270 63–91 36½
155 September 21 @ Yankees 2–7 Paxton (15–6) Zeuch (1–1) 43,602 63–92 37½
156 September 22 @ Yankees 3–8 Severino (1–0) Font (4–5)[Note 10] 44,583 63–93 38½
157 September 23 Orioles 11–10 (15) Adam (3–0) Eades (0–1) 13,193 64–93 38
158 September 24 Orioles 4–11 Bundy (7–14) Pannone (3–6) 12,625 64–94 38
159 September 25 Orioles 3–2 Waguespack (5–5) Ynoa (1–10) Giles (22) 13,853 65–94 37
160 September 27 Rays 2–6 Drake (5–2) Zeuch (1–2) 16,348 65–95 38
161 September 28 Rays 4–1 Thornton (6–9) Yarbrough (11–6) Giles (23) 20,293 66–95 37
162 September 29 Rays 8–3 Buchholz (2–5) Snell (6–8) 25,738 67–95 36

Roster

2019 Toronto Blue Jays
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders Manager

Coaches

Statistics

Batting

Player G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB BB AVG Ref.
Anthony Alford 16 28 3 5 0 0 1 1 2 1 .179 [55]
Bo Bichette 46 196 32 61 18 0 11 21 4 14 .311 [56]
Cavan Biggio 100 354 66 83 17 2 16 48 14 71 .234 [57]
Socrates Brito 17 39 5 3 0 1 0 2 0 4 .077 [58]
Jonathan Davis 37 83 8 15 1 0 2 6 3 5 .181 [59]
Brandon Drury 120 418 43 91 21 1 15 41 0 25 .218 [60]
Derek Fisher 40 93 14 15 2 0 6 12 1 14 .161 [61]
Freddy Galvis 115 450 55 120 24 1 18 54 4 21 .267 [62]
Zack Godley 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 [63]
Randal Grichuk 151 586 75 136 29 5 31 80 2 35 .232 [64]
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. 123 464 52 126 26 2 15 69 0 46 .272 [65]
Lourdes Gurriel Jr. 84 314 52 87 19 2 20 50 6 20 .277 [66]
Alen Hanson 18 43 5 7 0 0 0 4 1 3 .163 [67]
Teoscar Hernández 125 417 58 96 19 2 26 65 6 45 .230 [68]
Edwin Jackson 8 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 [69]
Danny Jansen 107 347 41 72 12 1 13 43 0 31 .207 [70]
Elvis Luciano 21 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 [71]
Luke Maile 44 119 9 18 2 1 2 9 1 8 .151 [72]
Reese McGuire 30 97 14 29 7 0 5 11 0 7 .299 [73]
Billy McKinney 84 251 37 54 14 1 12 28 0 19 .215 [74]
Kevin Pillar 5 16 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 .063 [75]
Sean Reid-Foley 9 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 [76]
Aaron Sanchez 23 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 [77]
Justin Smoak 121 414 54 86 16 0 22 61 0 79 .208 [78]
Eric Sogard 73 287 45 86 17 2 10 30 6 29 .300 [79]
Marcus Stroman 21 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 [80]
Beau Taylor 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 [81]
Rowdy Tellez 111 370 49 84 19 0 21 54 1 29 .227 [82]
Trent Thornton 29 3 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 .667 [83]
Richard Ureña 30 74 4 18 6 0 0 4 0 2 .243 [84]
Breyvic Valera 5 15 2 4 1 0 1 3 0 0 .267 [85]
Jacob Waguespack 14 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 .000 [86]
T. J. Zeuch 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 [87]

Pitching

Player G GS W L SV ERA WHIP IP H R ER BB K Ref.
Jason Adam 23 0 3 0 0 2.91 1.15 2123 15 8 7 10 18 [88]
Joe Biagini 50 0 3 1 1 3.78 1.34 50 50 22 21 17 50 [89]
Ryan Borucki 2 2 0 1 0 10.80 3.15 623 15 10 8 6 6 [90]
Buddy Boshers 28 1 0 3 0 4.05 1.50 20 20 10 9 10 26 [91]
Clay Buchholz 12 12 2 5 0 6.56 1.49 59 72 44 43 16 39 [92]
Jimmy Cordero 1 0 0 1 0 6.75 1.50 113 2 1 1 0 0 [93]
Yennsy Díaz 1 0 0 0 0 27.00 7.50 23 1 2 2 4 0 [94]
Ryan Dull 1 0 0 0 0 6.75 0.75 113 1 1 1 0 3 [95]
Ryan Feierabend 2 1 0 1 0 11.12 2.12 523 11 7 7 1 4 [96]
Wilmer Font 23 14 2 3 0 3.66 1.14 3913 34 16 16 11 53 [97]
Sam Gaviglio 52 0 4 2 0 4.61 1.12 9523 85 51 49 22 88 [98]
Ken Giles 53 0 2 3 23 1.87 1.00 53 36 11 11 17 83 [99]
Zack Godley 6 0 1 0 0 3.94 1.38 16 15 7 7 7 12 [100]
Javy Guerra 11 0 0 0 0 3.86 1.21 14 12 6 6 5 15 [101]
Daniel Hudson 45 1 6 3 2 3.00 1.27 48 38 18 16 23 48 [102]
Edwin Jackson 8 5 1 5 0 11.12 2.19 2813 49 41 35 13 19 [103]
Anthony Kay 3 2 1 0 0 5.79 1.43 14 15 9 9 5 13 [104]
Nick Kingham 11 0 3 1 0 3.00 1.52 21 24 7 7 8 14 [105]
Derek Law 58 4 1 2 5 4.90 1.66 6023 61 36 33 40 67 [106]
Elvis Luciano 25 0 1 0 0 5.35 1.78 3323 36 20 20 24 27 [107]
Luke Maile 41 0 0 0 0 0.00 0.50 2 1 0 0 0 3 [108]
Tim Mayza 68 0 1 3 0 4.91 1.40 5113 45 29 28 27 55 [109]
Thomas Pannone 37 7 3 6 0 6.16 1.42 73 73 51 50 31 69 [110]
David Phelps 17 1 0 0 0 3.63 1.21 1713 14 7 7 7 18 [111]
Neil Ramírez 6 1 0 0 0 5.40 1.68 813 8 5 5 6 6 [112]
Sean Reid-Foley 9 6 2 4 0 4.26 1.71 3123 33 20 15 21 28 [113]
Clayton Richard 10 10 1 5 0 5.96 1.57 4513 53 33 30 18 22 [114]
Jordan Romano 17 0 0 2 0 7.63 1.70 1513 17 14 13 9 21 [115]
Zac Rosscup 2 0 0 0 0 27.00 5.00 1 3 4 3 2 2 [116]
Aaron Sanchez 23 23 3 14 0 6.07 1.69 11223 131 82 76 59 99 [117]
Justin Shafer 34 0 2 1 1 3.86 1.66 3923 41 19 17 25 39 [118]
Matt Shoemaker 5 5 3 0 0 1.57 0.87 2823 16 7 5 9 24 [119]
Brock Stewart 10 0 4 0 0 8.31 1.57 2123 28 21 20 6 16 [120]
Marcus Stroman 21 21 6 11 0 2.96 1.23 12423 118 50 41 35 99 [121]
Ryan Tepera 23 1 0 2 0 4.98 1.29 2123 20 12 12 8 14 [122]
Trent Thornton 32 29 6 9 0 4.84 1.41 15413 156 87 83 61 149 [123]
Richard Ureña 22 0 0 0 0 36.00 5.00 1 4 4 4 1 0 [124]
Jacob Waguespack 16 13 5 5 0 4.38 1.33 78 75 43 38 29 63 [125]
T. J. Zeuch 5 3 1 2 0 4.76 1.46 2223 22 13 12 11 20 [87]

Transactions

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

Farm system

See also: Minor League Baseball

(Updated to games played September 2, 2019)

Level Team League Manager Win–loss record Position Postseason Ref.
Triple-A Buffalo Bisons International League Bob Meacham 71–69 North Division
3rd place
4½ GB
Did not qualify [133]
Double-A New Hampshire Fisher Cats Eastern League Mike Mordecai 31–36 (first half)
32–40 (second half)
Eastern Division
5th place (first half)
8 GB
5th place (second half)
9 GB
Did not qualify [134]
Advanced-A Dunedin Blue Jays Florida State League Cesar Martin 41–24 (first half)
39–31 (second half)
North Division
1st place (first half)
+5½ G
1st place (second half)
+2½ G
Qualified,
Postseason Cancelled
[Note 11]
[135]
Class-A Lansing Lugnuts Midwest League Dallas McPherson 32–37 (first half)
36–34 (second half)
Eastern Division
6th place (first half)
12 GB
4th place (second half)
6½ GB
Did not qualify [136]
Short Season-A Vancouver Canadians Northwest League Casey Candaele 15–23 (first half)
15–23 (second half)
North Division
4th place (first half)
8 GB
4th place (second half)
8 GB
Did not qualify [137]
Rookie Advanced Bluefield Blue Jays Appalachian League Luis Hurtado 31–36 East Division
4th place
10½ GB
Did not qualify [138]
Rookie GCL Blue Jays Gulf Coast League Dennis Holmberg 27–23 North Division
3rd place
7 GB
Did not qualify [139]
Rookie DSL Blue Jays Dominican Summer League John Tamargo Jr. 35–35 Baseball City Division
3rd place
11½ GB
Did not qualify [140]

Notes

  1. ^ 1–0 with Toronto
  2. ^ 2–0 with Toronto
  3. ^ 2–1 with Toronto
  4. ^ 1–0 with Toronto
  5. ^ 3–1 with Toronto
  6. ^ 1–1 with Toronto
  7. ^ 1–0 with Toronto
  8. ^ 1–2 with Toronto
  9. ^ 2–2 with Toronto
  10. ^ 2–3 with Toronto
  11. ^ The impending threat of Hurricane Dorian forced the cancellation of the league's entire postseason. Dunedin had clinched the first half and was in first place for the second half at the time of the cancellation

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