Would J.P. Arencibia Be Able To Help Toronto Blue Jays In A Part-Time Role In 2014?
J.P. Arencibia

Though it’s likely that the Toronto Blue Jays will be looking fairly aggressively for an upgrade at catcher after J.P. Arencibia‘s disastrous 2013 season, saying goodbye might not be as simple as it seems. For one, the team’s potential replacement […]

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TORONTO BLUE JAYS

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With Maicer Izturis likely on the shelf for the next 4-6 months with a torn lateral collateral ligament, the Toronto Blue Jays may be forced to try their best at making a deal that would strengthen an offensively challenged middle […]

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Blue Jays Prospects

With MLB‘s 2014 season off to a rambunctious beginning, it’s easy to let the action on the farm fall by the wayside. Let’s not forget the impact that an organization’s minor league system has; all emerging stars, injury fill-ins, the […]

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Dioner Navarro

It may be because fans of the Toronto Blue Jays have been forced to watch an overrated catcher in J.P. Arencibia over the past three seasons, but the new catcher in town has been the recipient of a lot of […]

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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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Blue Jays Yankees C.C. Sabathia

What’s that noise? That’s the sound of two cities collectively enjoying a stress-release. The weekend’s action around the diamond-terrain brought with it some much-needed “reassurance” to the annually spoiled supporters of the New York Yankees and the forever frustrated Toronto […]

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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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Sergio Santos Blue Jays

On the eve of Opening Day, it seems the injury ghosts of last season weren’t done pestering Toronto Blue Jays just yet, as the club’s closer Casey Janssen was placed on the 15-day disabled list with abdominal and lower back issues. […]

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