Could Brett Lawrie Be the Toronto Blue Jays Next Second Baseman?

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The Toronto Blue Jays infield has been in a state of flux all season due to the inconsistent defensive play of Emilio Bonifacio and Maicer Izturis coupled with the injuries to Brett Lawrie and now Jose Reyes. However, the Blue […]

Toronto Blue Jays Look To Japan To Replace Injured Jose Reyes

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The Toronto Blue Jays placed shortstop Jose Reyes on the 15-day disabled list as he recovers from a sprained ankle suffered in last night’s victory over the Kansas City Royals. The Blue Jays recalled Japan native and former Seattle Mariners infielder Munenori […]

Toronto Blue Jays’ Jose Reyes Shelved Indefinitely With Sprained Ankle

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The Toronto Blue Jays were finally able to manufacture enough offense to secure a victory Friday evening against the Kansas City Royals, however it came at awfully high price. The Blue Jays lost All-Star shortstop Jose Reyes indefinitely after he […]

Top 5 Reasons Why The Toronto Blue Jays Have Struggled In 2013

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Toronto Blue Jays Comeback Victory Could Be Defining Moment Of Season

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The Toronto Blue Jays found themselves underachieving, searching to get their season on track Wednesday afternoon. With the Jays trailing 6-1 in the fifth inning, it appeared the Jays were well on their way to their sixth lost of the season […]

Toronto Blue Jays Claim Casper Wells From Seattle Mariners

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The Toronto Blue Jays continue to pluck players off the waiver wire today, claiming yet another outfielder that finds himself an odd man out with the Seattle Mariners: The Toronto claim of the day is Casper Wells — Peter Gammons (@pgammo) […]

How Brutal Have The Toronto Blue Jays Been To Start The Season?

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The Toronto Blue Jays have stumbled out of the gate to begin the 2013 baseball season, much to the surprise of the baseball world. The Jays mortgaged the future in hopes of competing in the American League East and asserting themselves […]

Toronto Blue Jays Sign 42-Year-Old Miguel Batista, Really

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The Toronto Blue Jays are off to their worst start since 2004 in posting a 2-5 record thus far, but Miguel Batista……Really! Are things that bad that the Blue Jays needed to seek out the 42-year-old veteran hurler and former […]

Toronto Blue Jays Claim 2012 International League MVP Mauro Gómez

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The Toronto Blue Jays are still tinkering with their lineup and minor league depth. However, they may have found a hidden gem today, claiming the 2012 International League MVP Mauro Gomez from their division rival Boston Red Sox. The Blue Jays couldn’t beat […]

Toronto Blue Jays: R.A. Dickey Still Adjusting To American League

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Toronto Blue Jays knuckle-ball extraordinaire R.A.Dickey appears to still be adjusting to life in the American League. Dickey got rocked in his second start of the season surrendering five runs before he recorded an out at the hands of the Boston Red […]

Toronto Blue Jays: Brett Cecil Looks To Rebound In 2013

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Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Brett Cecil has experienced the grandeurs of success and the disappointment of failure in his five year major league career. Cecil broke into the league in 2009, becoming a household name for Jays faithful in 2010 […]

Toronto Blue Jays: Josh Johnson Will Win AL Cy Young Award in 2013

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Josh Johnson will toe the rubber tonight at the Rogers Centre making his first start as a member of the Toronto Blue Jays. This will be the hurler’s first step towards being crowned the American League Cy Young award winner. […]