Could Mark Buehrle Be Moved If Disaster Strikes Toronto Blue Jays In 2014?
Mark Buehrle Throws Complete Game

Even though Mark Buehrle isn’t exactly the front-end starter that the Toronto Blue Jays need to compete, it should go without saying that he’ll play a key part in the team’s potential success as long as their window of contention […]

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TORONTO BLUE JAYS

Twins vs Blue Jays

As the Toronto Blue Jays fell 7-0 to the Minnesota Twins in the opening half of Thursday’s doubleheader at Target Field, Toronto’s supposed ace, R.A. Dickey, proved ineffective again. To think the opposing teams’ hitting coach and players have found […]

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Maicer Izturis

Although Maicer Izturis went hitless in his last 13 at-bats, the Toronto Blue Jays second baseman started the regular reason as one of the team’s hottest hitters, slashing a .286 batting average over 11 games. Unfortunately for Izturis, it looks […]

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R.A. Dickey

Fans of the Toronto Blue Jays are not the only ones who are still hanging on to the disappointment of a disastrous and underachieving 2013 season. The Jays’ ownership group, Rogers Communications, has seemingly come up with a new plan […]

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Jose Bautista Blue Jays

First and foremost, as much as Wednesday night’s game beckons the showers of praise, an early “State of the Union” address must take place. The 2014 season started off in fitting fashion, a representation of where the Toronto Blue Jays […]

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Jose Reyes

Opening day could’t have gone any worse for the Toronto Blue Jays, a team that was desperate to get out to a hot start in 2014. However, having to play against the Tampa Bay Rays was bad enough, considering they […]

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R.A. Dickey Blue Jays

After the euphoria of taking the Toronto Blue Jays to Montreal and fulfilling the Canadian duty of bringing awareness to the baseball world that Expos baseball can become a league mainstay in the future, the reality of Opening Day now starts to […]

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