Shi Davidi
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Boasting an extensive national and global journalism career, Shi Davidi joined Sportsnet in 2011 as a MLB Insider and columnist for sportsnet.ca. As one of Sportsnet’s leading baseball insiders, Davidi brings fans the latest news from the Toronto Blue Jays clubhouse and from around the major leagues.
As one grind ends for the Blue Jays, another is just beginning
Shi Davidi
An eagerness to start the post-season was universal around the Blue Jays clubhouse Wednesday, as was a sigh of relief that they had emerged unscathed from the unexpected – and unwanted – doubleheader.
‘Dream come true’: New generation of Blue Jays ready for playoff baseball at Rogers Centre
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A year after fateful final day, Blue Jays clinch home field for wild-card series
Shi Davidi
Precisely one year after a chaotic final day to the regular season, the Toronto Blue Jays once again met the Baltimore Orioles. Their wild-card berth already clinched this time, a 5-1 rain-shortened win lowered their magic number to one over the Seattle Mariners for the right to host an AL wild card series.
No hangover for Blue Jays against Red Sox as wild-card pitching plan takes shape
Shi Davidi
A second straight beatdown of the Boston Red Sox moved the Toronto Blue Jays closer to rendering the whole Manoah-to-lock-up-home-field-advantage discussion moot, shrinking their magic number to four over the Seattle Mariners and three on the Tampa Bay Rays.
'This is why you play': Blue Jays party hard after blowout win, celebrating off-day clinch
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Weird and wonderful: Blue Jays clinch playoff spot on off-day as Orioles lose
Shi Davidi
No matter what others do Thursday, the Toronto Blue Jays will head into their final six games in possession of the top wild-card spot, which would earn them home-field advantage in a series against the second-place finisher.
Judge rules the night, putting Blue Jays' playoff plans on hold
Shi Davidi
Aaron Judge's record-tying 61st home run led the New York Yankees to an 8-3 victory and left the Toronto Blue Jays hanging with a magic number of one on Wednesday. Clinching a playoff spot will have to wait at least one more day.
Blue Jays' Guerrero Jr. tells Schneider 'inexcusable' baserunning won't happen again
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'Inexcusable': Schneider calls out Blue Jays for sloppy play as Yankees clinch AL East
Shi Davidi
Toronto Blue Jays manager John Schneider let his team know he wasn't happy with a pair of baserunning gaffes after Tuesday's 5-2 loss to the New York Yankees at Rogers Centre.