The home run ball Jose Bautista deposited into the deep left field stands — after which he unleashed the “Bat Flip Heard ‘Round The World” — during Game 5 of the 2015 ALDS between the Toronto Blue J
It looks like the Jose Bautista Experiment in Atlanta has drawn to a close, as the onetime formidable slugger could not get into any groove at the plate.
The early returns on the Toronto Blue Jays’ decision to re-sign Jose Bautista are quite promising. Just ask Blue Jays manager John Gibbons.
There not surprisingly remains considerable animosity on the part of Texas Rangers fans toward Toronto Blue Jays slugger Jose Bautista.
Jose Bautista’s majestic — and ultimately controversial — bat flip during the playoffs last season has become one of the more iconic scenes in recent postseason baseball history.
To say fans of the Texas Rangers are reveling in the aftermath of Rougned Odor landing “The Punch Heard Around The Baseball World” on Jose Bautista — an act of pugilism that resulte
Jose Bautista, much like Samson, apparently believes hair can be the source of great power.
An Ontario man received a visit from the police after posting a threat on social media toward a statue of former Toronto Blue Jays owner Ted Rogers over the contract impasse involving slugger Jose Ba
Goose Gossage recently went off on a profane rant in which he called Jose Bautista a “disgrace to the game” and the Toronto Blue Jays slugger attempted to shrug off the criticism.
As video game designers and programmers are wont to do from time to time, the brainiacs behind “MLB The Show 16” have featured Jose Bautista’s now-iconic bat flip in the gameplay.
Jose Bautista ascended to a rightful spot in Toronto Blue Jays lore when he hit a tie-breaking, three-run homer during the seventh inning of Game 5 of the ALDS that led to a 6-3 win and a series vict
Texas Rangers pitcher Derek Holland didn’t hold back while launching a blistering criticism of Jose Bautista during a recent appearance on KRLD-FM 105.
Jose Bautista has seen a lot of “crazy things” since the Toronto Blue Jays punched their ticket for the ALCS. But a tattoo of his epic bat flip? That takes the cake.
On the same day a report confirmed that Jose Bautista was in the midst of a months-long boycott of Sportsnet, subsequent statements from the Toronto Blue Jays slugger indicate that he has ended his i
Toronto Blue Jays star Jose Bautista has been boycotting Sportsnet for the past three months because he’s upset over the team’s official broadcaster refusing to pay for a suit purchased b