1. 2 Home Runs Lead Blue Jays to 5-3 Victory Against Phillies

    CLEARWATER, Fla. -- Cliff Lee gave up a run in three innings, outpitching fellow Cy Young Award winner R.A. Dickey, but Adam Lind and Dan Johnson each homered for the Toronto Blue Jays in 5-3 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies on Tuesday night...

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  2. Camp Confidential: Jose Reyes Says Blue Jays 'Expect to Win'

    DUNEDIN, Fla. - Whether the Blue Jays have been convinced all along the talent they collected last season should have been good enough to create a contender, they acted like it this off-season...

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  3. Blue Jay Brett Lawrie Tweets Behind the Wheel

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  4. Confidence Rising for Colby Rasmus

    Toronto Blue Jays OF Colby Rasmus struggled during the early part of his career, especially during his time with the St. Louis Cardinals ...

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  5. Blue Jays Need an Experienced Catcher for R.A. Dickey

    CLEARWATER - It's not moving George Bell to DH in favour of Syl Campusano in the outfield, but it's up there among all-time lineup re-alignments...

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  6. Dickey Welcomes Heavy Spring Workload

    CLEARWATER, Fla. -- R.A. Dickey knows he has a heavy workload ahead of him this season, and that's one reason why his spring is off to such a busy start...

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  7. Toronto Blue Jays: Breaking Down Each Key Position Battle in Spring Training

    After a disappointing 2013 season, the Toronto Blue Jays will try their luck again with nearly the same roster that they fielded last year. Whether that strategy pays off remains to be seen...

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  8. Toronto Blue Jays: Projecting the Opening Day Bullpen

    Considered a weakness for the Toronto Blue Jays going into last season, the team’s bullpen ironically turned out to be its biggest strength...

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  9. Free Agents? Blue Jays Have Many Internal Options for Rotation

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  10. Romero Tries to Rebound with Stem Cell Treatment, Positive Thinking

    A week ago in spring training, Ricky Romero pitched two simulated innings of live batting practice. The first was a mess. His fitful release point sabotaged his control, an old theme in the Romero chronicles...

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  11. Juan Perez, Tomo Ohka Reassigned to Minor League Camp

    The Toronto Blue Jays announced on Sunday that lefty reliever Juan Perez and converted knuckleball pitcher Tomo Ohka have been reassigned to minor league camp...

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  12. In First Test of Expanded Replay, Call Is Upheld

    FORT MYERS, Fla. -- Baseball's new expanded replay rules were put to use for the first time on Monday at Hammond Stadium...

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  13. Jays' Rasmus Misses Game with Stiff Neck

    Toronto Blue Jays outfielder Colby Rasmus was scratched from Sunday's lineup against the New York Yankees because of a stiff neck...

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  14. Watch: Reyes Shows off Rapping Skills... in Spanish

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  15. Toronto Blue Jays: Projecting the Opening Day Rotation

    While the Toronto Blue Jays may be more known for their offense, it’s their starting pitching that will determine the team’s success this season...

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  16. Jose Reyes: “Playing on the Turf Every Day Is Going to Beat Up Your Body”

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  17. Gibbons Goes with Similar Lineup to Open Spring

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  18. Bautista Shows How Well He's Seeing the Ball

    CLEARWATER, Fla. -- Jose Bautista made sure his spring got off to a quick start Wednesday by crushing a home run against the Phillies during his first at-bat of the Grapefruit League season...

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  19. Blue Jays Start Spring Training with a Win over Phillies

    CLEARWATER - The race to see who wins the lone remaining starting role on the Blue Jays pitching staff is a marathon, not a sprint, but Todd Redmond got out of the starting gate in good order Wednesday...

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  20. Reyes Succeeds Where Many Athletes Falter -- the Rap Game

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  21. Blue Jays Ready to See Healthy Melky in Action

    DUNEDIN, Fla. -- Melky Cabrera could be in line for a bounceback season after his 2013 campaign was completely derailed because of a large tumour in his lower back...

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  22. Jose Bautista Hits First Home Run of Spring Season

    A long solo blast by Jose Bautista of the Toronto Blue Jays apparently cleared the entire ballpark at Brighthouse Field. Roberto Hernandez of the Philadelphia Phillies (the former Fausto Carmona) gave up the homer in the top of the first inning...

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  23. Brandon Morrow Nursing Calf Injury in Blue Jays Camp

    For the Toronto Blue Jays to be successful in 2014, the team is relying heavily on right-hander Brandon Morrow. After choosing to stay with internal options for their rotation, the team needs Brandon Morrow to help anchor the top half of the staff...

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  24. Plenty of Relief in Sight for Blue Jays

    DUNEDIN, FLA. - You don't need to be a math major to count the number of quality bullpen arms in the Blue Jays spring training clubhouse and when you add them up, it comes to way more than seven...

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  25. Toronto Blue Jays Catcher Dioner Navarro Must Learn a New 'Right Way'...

    DUNEDIN, Fla. – Catcher Dioner Navarro blocked the plate as a perfect, one-hop throw arrived from the outfield. Chase Utley came in hard, his knee crashing into Navarro's...

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