1. Dustin McGowan: Toronto Blue Jays 2014 Year in Review

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  2. Ex-Blue Jays Factor Favours Royals in World Series

    The influence of former Blue Jays in the upcoming World Series will be more evident inside the Royals clubhouse than in that of the NL champion Giants ...

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  3. What the Blue Jays Can Learn from the Kansas City Royals

    The big story of Major League Baseball's post-season has thus far been the unstoppable force that is the Kansas City Royals , who in their first playoff appearance since 1985 have yet to lose a game...

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  4. Bullpen Coach Stanley Won't Be on Jays' '15 Staff

    TORONTO – The Toronto Blue Jays have informed Bob Stanley that he won't be back as bullpen coach next season, but the rest of manager John Gibbons' staff appears set to return for 2015...

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  5. Expectations of Blue Jays' Bullpen Left Unmet

    TORONTO -- The performance of relievers is notoriously hard to predict from year to year, and the Blue Jays found that out the hard way in 2014...

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  6. 3 Potential Under-the-Radar Toronto Blue Jays Free-Agent Targets

    The Toronto Blue Jays will enter the offseason with several holes on the roster. Second base, centre field and the bullpen are just some of the areas where the Blue Jays will need to look for replacement players...

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  7. Blue Jays Minor-League Coach: Scrapping Walk-Up Music Could Speed Up Game

    Mike Mordecai's big-league playing career bridged an important turning point in baseball's last quarter-century: before walk-up music and after...

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  8. Jonathan Diaz Re-Signs with Toronto Blue Jays on Minor League Deal

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  9. Toronto Blue Jays Report Card: Aaron Loup

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  10. Melky Cabrera: Toronto Blue Jays 2014 Year in Review

    What a difference a year makes. When the Blue Jays originally signed Melky Cabrera going in to the 2013.....

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  11. Anthony Gose: Blue Jays Year in Review

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  12. Edwin Encarnacion: Toronto Blue Jays 2014 Year in Review

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  13. Colby Rasmus: Toronto Blue Jays 2014 Year in Review

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  14. The Toronto Blue Jays Prospects Who Will Shine in 2015

    The Toronto Blue Jays had several prospects who had breakout years in the minors during the 2014 season. These prospects included the likes of Dalton Pompey, Daniel Norris and Kendall Graveman ...

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  15. Anthopoulos: Dialogue but no deal with Cabrera - Sportsnet.ca

    Mere weeks stand between Melky Cabrera and the open market, and it looks as though the switch-hitting outfielder will reach free agency, as expected...

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  16. 1B Johnson Works to Add Versatility with Knuckler

    If 1968 was the year of the pitcher, 2014 was the year of the position player pitching. Big league managers asked position players to pitch 23 times in 2014, and everyone from Adam Dunn to Drew Butera to J...

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  17. Power Ranking Toronto Blue Jays' Biggest Needs Heading into Free Agency

    The Toronto Blue Jays finished the 2014 season with an 83-79 record and missed the playoffs for the 21st straight season...

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  18. Blue Jays Claim Bo Schultz From D'backs

    The Blue Jays have claimed righty Bo Schultz off waivers from the Diamondbacks , Toronto announced via press release. With the move, the Jays have two open slots remaining on their 40-man roster...

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  19. Top Prospect Norris Has Arthroscopic Surgery

    Blue Jays left-hander Daniel Norris underwent arthroscopic surgery on Tuesday morning to remove bone spurs and loose bodies from his left elbow...

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  20. Lack of Trust Impacted 2014 Blue Jays All Season

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  21. Jays' Norris Undergoes Surgery to Remove Bone Chips in Elbow

    #BlueJays say lefty Daniel Norris had arthroscopic surgery to remove bone spurs and loose bodies in elbow this morning...

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  22. Beeston: Blue Jays Expect Payroll to Rise in 2015

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  23. Blue Jays' Bautista Blasts Sportswriter on Twitter

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  24. Injuries derail Blue Jays' postseason hopes

    TORONTO -- The Blue Jays ' 2014 season had plenty of highs and lows, but more than anything, it will be remembered for the golden opportunity that got away...

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  25. Bautista on 2015: 'The Talent Is Still Here'

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