Addition Of Tomo Ohka Serves As Punch Line For Toronto Blue Jays’ Quiet Winter Meetings
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No, Tomo Ohka reuniting with the Toronto Blue Jays isn’t a joke. Though given the circumstances of what has a been a very quiet offseason, it might as well be. Yes, in the big picture of things, this was a […]

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TORONTO BLUE JAYS

Jose Reyes

Lucky for Brandon Morrow, on what should have been a day focused on yet another subpar performance on the mound for the Toronto Blue Jays‘ right-hander, all eyes and ears were pointed towards the MRI taking place on Jose Reyes‘ […]

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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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Aaron Sanchez

In Grapefruit League action between the Toronto Blue Jays and Tampa Bay Rays, a top prospect made his much anticipated Spring Training debut, and proved why he could very well be the future of pitching in the MLB. Aaron Sanchez of […]

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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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Edwin Encarnacion Toronto Blue Jays

Toronto has many things in common with other major cities — a diverse culture, endless condominium construction and a Starbucks on every corner. However, in the last 20 years, has any Toronto professional sports team ever played the lead role […]

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Blue Jays Prospects

An intimidating presence toeing the rubber from the left side is one of the most coveted roster pieces in all of baseball, especially when utilized in a team’s starting rotation. Now, let’s inspect the Toronto Blue Jays‘ depth chart of left-handed […]

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John Gibbons

You don’t have to look too hard to realize that the bench boss of the Toronto Blue Jays and Toronto City Hall’s head honcho are absolutely one and the same. Both John Gibbons and Mayor Rob Ford both have had […]

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Ervin Santana Blue Jays

Although the Toronto Blue Jays were able to win their Grapefruit League matchup against the Minnesota Twins in dramatic fashion on Saturday afternoon, the eventful game at the ballpark was quickly overshadowed by what was going on behind the scenes. […]

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