1. Blue Jays Starter Drew Hutchison Superb in Victory over Rangers

    Among the well-worn cliches regularly trotted out by major-league pitchers is their intention or desire to “attack the strike zone...

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  2. Blue Jays to Use 4-Man Rotation Until May 23-25 Series with Athletics

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  3. Chris Getz Retires After Being Outrighted

    Toronto Blue Jays ' infielder Chris Getz is retiring from baseball after being outrighted off the team's 40-man roster, multiple sources have confirmed to MLB Daily Dish...

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  4. Blue Jays Place Colby Rasmus on 15-Day DL with Hamstring Injury

    The @BlueJays place OF Colby Rasmus (right hamstring tightness) on 15-day DL, retro to 5/13; recall OF Anthony Gose from Triple-A Buffalo...

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  5. Anthopoulos Talks Rotation Issues, Second Base Hole

    Despite an up-and-down start, Alex Anthopolous' Blue Jays find themselves within striking distance of the top spot in the AL East...

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  6. Gomes Not the Same Player Jays Traded Away

    TORONTO – Maybe it's not so much that the Toronto Blue Jays never knew what they had in Yan Gomes as much as they didn't have an opportunity to properly evaluate what he might eventually be...

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  7. First-Quarter Grades for the Toronto Blue Jays

    A quarter of the way into the 2014 MLB season, the Toronto Blue Jays are in fourth place in the competitive AL East. Only 1.5 games separate the top four teams in the division...

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  8. Juan Francisco Can Be a Valuable Contributor for Toronto Blue Jays Despite Flaws

    After bouncing between three different teams in the last two seasons, it seems like Juan Francisco has finally found a home with the Toronto Blue Jays ...

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  9. Blue Jay Bats Back Dickey in Win over Indians

    The Blue Jays reached the quarter-mark of their season Tuesday night in inspiring fashion, with R.A. Dickey working six mostly tidy innings and the offence supplying timely runs against Cleveland 's Justin Masterson to grind out a 5-4 win...

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  10. Dickey, Francisco Lead Blue Jays over Indians

    R.A. Dickey won for the third time in four starts, Juan Francisco homered and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Cleveland Indians 5-4 on Tuesday night...

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  11. Report: Jays Call Up Pillar While Rasmus Nurses Injury

    The Toronto Blue Jays are bringing up hot-hitting outfielder Kevin Pillar from triple-A Buffalo to bolster the roster while Colby Rasmus deals with right hamstring tightness, sources told Sportsnet on Tuesday...

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  12. Jays Call Up Kevin Pillar

    Shi Davidi tells us that the Blue Jays are about to call up Kevin Pillar from Buffalo, to give us someone that can play center field while Colby Rasmus melds his tight hamstring. I am happy that we won't be starting Jose Bautista in CF...

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  13. 101-Year-Old Grandma Throws out Blue Jays' First Pitch

    It's fine if you're impressed, but save some of that for her next trick, in which she'll walk the 30-kilometer Weekend to End Womens' Cancer. Again. She's raised over $20,000 already doing so over six years...

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  14. Rasmus Leaves Game Against Angels with Sore Right Hamstring

    TORONTO — Blue Jays outfielder Colby Rasmus has left Monday's game against the Los Angeles Angels after six innings with tightness in his right hamstring.....

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  15. Blue Jays: Buehrle Solid, Bautista and Lawrie Go Deep to Avert Sweep

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  16. Rasmus Exits with Right Hamstring Tightness

    Rasmus left the game, "as a precaution," with right hamstring "tightness," per PA announcement in press box...

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  17. Blue Jays Place Sergio Santos and His 9.00 ERA on the Disabled List

    Sergio Santos has a 9.00 ERA this season and pitched his way out of the closer mix when Toronto needed a fill-in for the injured Casey Janssen, so it's no big shock that he's now headed to the disabled list with right forearm soreness...

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  18. Blue Jays Lineup: Lawrie Returns vs. LAA; Reyes out

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  19. Blue Jays Place RHP Santos on DL

    The @BlueJays place SERGIO SANTOS on the 15-day DL with a right elbow strain. A corresponding move will be announced later today...

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  20. Toronto Blue Jays Need a Better Performance from Their Starting Rotation

    Nearly a quarter of the way into the 2014 season, the starting rotation is quickly becoming a huge problem for the Toronto Blue Jays ...

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  21. Blue Jays Activate Casey Janssen from DL

    The @BlueJays have activated RHP CASEY JANSSEN from the 15-day disabled list. 2B CHRIS GETZ has been designated for assignment...

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  22. J.A. Happ Falls Apart in Blue Jays Loss to Angels

    TORONTO - Marcus Stroman is listed at just 5-foot-9, but on the current Toronto Blue Jays roster he casts a big shadow. .....

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  23. Blue Jays Plan to Use Brett Lawrie at Second Base Against Right-Handed Pitchers

    In an effort to keep Juan Francisco's bat in the lineup, the Blue Jays plan to use Brett Lawrie at second base when they face a right-handed pitcher, Sportsnet's Shi Davidi reports...

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  24. Blue Jays Rally Falls Short vs. Angels

    Angels starter Tyler Skaggs was dominant over eight-plus innings and C.J. Cron hit his first big-league homer as Los Angeles defeated the Toronto Blue Jays 5-3 on Saturday afternoon at the Rogers Centre...

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  25. Lawrie to Play 2B Against Right-Handed Pitchers

    TORONTO — The Toronto Blue Jays plan to use Brett Lawrie at second base against right-handed pitchers when he returns from hamstring tightness in order to keep hard-hitting Juan Francisco in the lineup at third base...

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