Will Andy LaRoche Be More Than Minor League Depth For Toronto Blue Jays In 2014?
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One game. Four plate appearances. That’s the totality of Andy LaRoche‘s big-league impact with the Toronto Blue Jays  in 2013 — and no, he didn’t get a hit either. Still, that hasn’t stopped the team from keeping the less-heralded LaRoche […]

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TORONTO BLUE JAYS

Brett Lawrie

Although Brett Lawrie finally managed to make some noise with his bat on Tuesday night against the Minnesota Twins, it was the Toronto Blue Jays‘ third baseman’s stellar defense that kept the Jays in the game early on. So far […]

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Jose Reyes John Gibbons

The Toronto Blue Jays will face some tough decisions once shortstop Jose Reyes and closer Casey Janssen return. With the offense exploding on Sunday afternoon (the Kevin Seitzer philosophy seems to be working) and the pitching staff holding down the fort, […]

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R.A. Dickey Blue Jays

On Thursday, the Toronto Blue Jays had a respectable 5-4 record heading into the final game of a three-game set with the Houston Astros, with the hopes of breaking out the brooms for a series sweep. However, the mysterious decision to […]

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Brett Lawrie

The final score of 5-2 between the Toronto Blue Jays and the Houston Astros tonight inside the Rogers Centre is a testament to just how well the Jays’ defense is currently playing. Whether it’s Dioner Navarro squeezing in a foul […]

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Adam Lind

Although the Toronto Blue Jays‘ bullpen decided to make their team’s effort against the Tampa Bay Rays on Tuesday night a lot closer than it needed to be, Adam Lind did his best to put the game out of reach […]

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TORONTO, CANADA - SEPTEMBER 14: Casey Janssen #44 of the Toronto Blue Jays delivers a pitch in the ninth inning during MLB game action against the Baltimore Orioles on September 14, 2013 at Rogers Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. (Photo by Tom Szczerbowski/Getty Images)

After a successful two-game weekend sweep of the New York Mets in Montreal to close out Spring Training, the Toronto Blue Jays appeared ready to begin playing for keeps. The 25-man roster was set, the starting rotation didn’t look too […]

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Toronto Blue Jays, Montreal Expos, New York Mets

It wasn’t the 1994 season brought back to life to find its rightful conclusion, but it was a step in the right direction for a possible MLB team to call the city of Montreal home once again. On Friday night, […]

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