1. Only Health Stands Between Happ and Rotation

    DUNEDIN, Fla. -- The Blue Jays ' starting rotation has been in a state of constant flux this spring, but manager John Gibbons attempted to provide more clarity by giving left-hander J...

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  2. Blue Jays May Turn to Drew Hutchison After Missing Out on Ervin Santana

    Toronto missed out on Ervin Santana after apparently thinking he was all but signed, with general manager Alex Anthopoulos saying the free agent right-hander joined the Braves instead because he didn't want to pitch in the American League...

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  3. Blue Jays Reliever Steve Delabar and Tim Tebow Worked with Same...

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  4. Reyes, Melky begin to warm up at the plate

    DUNEDIN, Fla. -- Carlos Correa and Jon Singleton hit back-to-back homers in the top of the third inning, and Correa added a two-run shot in the eighth inning as the Astros defeated ...

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  5. Forgotten and Overlooked, Ricky Romero Making a Case for Return to the Majors

    When the Toronto Blue Jays opened their spring training schedule, Ricky Romero was just an afterthought...

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  6. Questions Remain About Blue Jays' Starting Rotation

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  7. Happ Throwing Again with Back Feeling Better

    DUNEDIN, Fla. -- Blue Jays left-hander J.A. Happ is back on the mound after a brief absence because of a sore back...

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  8. Dickey Thinks Blue Jays Are Fine Without Santana

    DUNEDIN, Fla. -- The players inside Toronto's clubhouse are moving on after the Blue Jays were unable to sign free-agent pitcher Ervin Santana...

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  9. Canadian Prospects Show Great Drive Against Blue Jays

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  10. Toronto Blue Jays Prospect Daniel Norris Drives an Old Van in Search...

    Daniel Norris was 18 years old and fresh out of high school in 2011 when the Toronto Blue Jays gave him US$2-million to sign a pro contract. Like many newly rich prospects, he immediately bought his dream ride...

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  11. Report: Jays' Final Offer to Santana Was 1-Yr/$14M

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  12. Toronto Blue Jays Should Pass on a One-Year Deal for Ervin Santana

    It was reported Saturday by ESPN Deportes reporter Enrique Rojas (via MLB Trade Rumors ) that the Toronto Blue Jays are one of the two finalists still in play for free-agent pitcher Ervin Santana ...

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  13. Toronto Blue Jays: Most Impressive and Disappointing Players in Spring Training

    With the second week of spring training wrapping up, the final roster for the Toronto Blue Jays has started to shape up...

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  14. Blue Jays GM Alex Anthopoulos Needs to Change His Style and Sign Ervin Santana

    The Toronto Blue Jays have been mentioned as a possible destination for Ervin Santana as soon the news broke that the free-agent pitcher was seeking a one-year deal with a strong offensive team...

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  15. Ferguson: Another Knuckleballer May Be Force to Reckoned with

    Over the winter, we wrote about the Blue Jays coming to terms with a pair of pitchers who were trying to become knuckleballers. They were Josh Banks and Tomo Ohka...

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  16. Dickey, Kratz Not Enough to Hold Late Lead

    KISSIMMEE, Fla. -- Catcher Erik Kratz drove in a pair of runs, including an RBI double in the eighth inning that broke a tie, but the Astros came back with RBI singles from Marwin ...

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  17. Blue Jays Eager to Rebuild Farm System After Trades

    DUNEDIN, Fla. -- Developing prospects can benefit an organization in multiple ways. It can create a direct pipeline of young talent to their Major League team. But it also can provide a source of talent to use to acquire players in trades...

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  18. Less Chaos, More Familiarity May Help Blue Jays Reach Potential

    ny times over the past year, "poor clubhouse chemistry" was suggested as a reason the 2013 Toronto Blue Jays failed. Not the case, multiple Blue Jays players told me in recent days...

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  19. Toronto Blue Jays Need to Stop Settling for Also-Ran Status

    The Toronto Blue Jays made the biggest trade of the winter during the 2012-13 offseason, acquiring Jose Reyes , Josh Johnson and Mark Buehrle in a megadeal with the Miami Marlins ...

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  20. Blue Jays Close to Signing Ervin Santana

    The Blue Jays have reached a tentative agreement to sign free-agent starting pitcher Ervin Santana to a one-year, $14-million contract, according to Dionisio Soldevila, a Spanish-language baseball reporter for The Associated Press...

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  21. Toronto Blue Jays Still a Possible Destination for Ervin Santana?

    The Toronto Blue Jays might still be in the mix for free-agent pitcher Ervin Santana, according to Fox Sports’ Ken Rosenthal via Twitter ...

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  22. Blue Jays Need to Add Pieces Fast: Griffin

    BRADENTON, FLA.—Violent weather in Florida was the only thing playing itself out on Thursday, with radio stations interrupting programming to issue severe tornado watches in ...

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  23. Blue Jays Could Go Young in Rotation with Drew Hutchinson, Marcus Stroman

    With J.A. Happ struggling and reportedly dealing with back issues, the number of openings in the Toronto rotation has increased from one to two. According to MLB ...

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  24. Blue Jays Minor League Boss Rich Miller and Manager John Gibbons...

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  25. Happ Deals with Sore Back, New Rotation Contenders

    DUNEDIN, Fla. -- It appears as though the competition for jobs at Spring Training has just gotten a whole lot more interesting after general manager Alex Anthopoulos admitted for the ...

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