Toronto Blue Jays Rumors: Would Ryan Hanigan Provide Adequate Solution At Catcher?
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In case you’re wondering, yes, pretty much all MLB catchers should be considered legitimate options for the Toronto Blue Jays these days. The latest of these to hit the market is rumored to be Ryan Hanigan, who saw his backup/platoon […]

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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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Dustin McGowan

The Toronto Blue Jays revealed this morning that Dustin McGowan will indeed be their fifth starter heading into the 2014 regular season. Along with that distinction comes an assignment that is never regarded as something for the faint-hearted. McGowan will […]

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Blue Jays Dustin McGowan

According to Toronto Blue Jays manager John Gibbons, right-hander Dustin McGowan still has a chance to make this squad’s rotation. Whether Gibbons was toying with the media all along or it was just his usual level of decision-making ineptitude is […]

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Blue Jays Brett Cecil

Relief pitchers have always taken a backseat to the spotlight, forever portrayed as any roster’s outcast misfits. Even fantasy owners have been reluctant to invite the position to the party. The category of “Holds” is only crawling into the mainstream, […]

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Ricky Romero

Every up-and-coming prospect in any sport needs someone to look up to as they try their best to finally crack their club’s regular season roster. Youngsters within the Toronto Blue Jays‘ system all have the luxury of being able to […]

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John Gibbons

With a severe lack of depth when it comes down to his ball club’s starting pitching, John Gibbons will be forced to try his best at out-managing his American League East counterparts in order to see his team play baseball […]

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Ricky Romero

When taking a look at Ricky Romero‘s Spring Training stats through the seven innings that he’s pitched thus far, one can’t help but be a tad bit confused. The lefty’s numbers are surprisingly decent. Going into spring training, not many […]

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