1. Is It Time for the Toronto Blue Jays to Buy or Sell?

    There are heavy expectations and fragile hopes that when the Toronto Blue Jays return to action tonight, they'll make a strong push for the playoffs.....

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  2. Toronto Blue Jays Should Target Jonathan Papelbon for Bullpen Help

    The Toronto Blue Jays bullpen needs help. Badly. It's as simple as that. Where the Jays were strong last year, they're among the worst in baseball in 2014...

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  3. Toronto Blue Jays Still in Playoff Race as Season Resumes Post-All-Star Break

    Heading into the All-Star break, there was a lot of disappointment surrounding the Toronto Blue Jays . Of course, the team going 2-8 in its last 10 games before the break and falling ...

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  4. Blue Jays Move Prospect Sanchez to Bullpen in AAA; Majors the Nextstep?

    Aaron Sanchez is considered the Blue Jays ' top pitching prospect, but the team appears prepared to give him his first taste of the majors in a relief role...

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  5. Blue Jays Claim LHP Mills from Athletics

    The Toronto Blue Jays claimed left-hander Brad Mills off of waivers, an industry source told Sportsnet. Mills is headed to Toronto, where he's expected to be placed on the team's active roster before Friday's game against the Texas Rangers ...

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  6. Ranking Toronto Blue Jays' Best Minor League Bargaining Chips

    The Toronto Blue Jays desperately need to make some changes after going 16-23 in their last 39 games and falling out of first place in the American League East...

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  7. Blue Jays Aim to Finish What They Started

    TORONTO -- The Blue Jays ' first half was a tale of two seasons, all wrapped into 96 games. Toronto began the year with decent results, then took the baseball world by storm with an almost unprecedented run in May...

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  8. At the Break: Expectations Flipped in Topsy-Turvy AL East

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  9. Blue Jays: What Toronto Needs to Do to Make Playoffs

    The Blue Jays (49-47) are currently on pace to win about 83 games, which won't be enough to win the division or earn a wild-card spot.....

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  10. Futures Bright for Jays Prospects Norris, Pompey

    MINNEAPOLIS – They are linked by their team, their development, their promise, and, for the past month at least, their regular presence in trade speculation...

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  11. Bautista Confident About Jays' Playoff Chances

    Jose Bautista is at his fifth straight all-star game and each time the superstar right-fielder has been asked about the second-half prognosis for his Toronto Blue Jays ...

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  12. Jays Need Options Before Opportunity Slips Away

    MINNEAPOLIS – The first time Jose Bautista became an all-star, the Toronto Blue Jays sat 44-45 at the break in 2010. The next year they were 45-47, the year after that 43-43, and last season 45-49...

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  13. Bautista's 418-Foot Homer

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  14. Joey Bats Says Hello Before Crushing Baseballs

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  15. Toronto Blue Jays: Update on Some of the Team's Injured Players

    While the Toronto Blue Jays were relatively healthy in April and May, June and July saw the team lose several players to the disabled list. Those injuries have been a major factor in Toronto’s struggles lately...

    Mohammad Arshad Written by Mohammad Arshad about 1 month ago 1,334 reads 0 comments

  16. Blue Jays Acquire Brett Wallace

    The Blue Jays have acquired first baseman Brett Wallace from the Orioles , reports David Hall of the Virginian Pilot (Twitter link). Roch Kubatko of MASNsports.com reports (via Twitter) that the O's will be receiving cash considerations in return...

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  17. Jose Bautista: Help Welcome, but Not Necessary

    Blue Jays All-Star slugger Jose Bautista has long been viewed as a team leader in Toronto, in large part do to the misconception that a team's most talented player automatically assumes captaincy...

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  18. Blue Jays Could Target Lineup over Rotation at Trade Deadline

    ST. PETERSBURG, FLA.—Heading into this season starting pitching figured to be the Blue Jays ' obvious shortcoming.....

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  19. Blue Jays Prospects Excel in Futures Game

    MINNEAPOLIS -- Two years after he could barely compete against hitters in Rookie League and Low Class A ball, Daniel Norris found himself in the midst of the best prospects in baseball on Sunday afternoon, pitching in the Sirius XM All-Star Futures Game..

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  20. Blue Jays Provide No Help for Dickey in Solid Start

    ST. PETERSBURG -- The Blue Jays ' bats looked a lot sicker than David Price did on Sunday afternoon. The Tampa Bay ace silenced the Toronto offense in the Blue Jays' series finale ...

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  21. Blue Jays Lose Ugly Ball Game in Tampa

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  22. Reimold and Kawasaki Injured in Win over Rays

    It lasted three hours and forty-one minutes, and the Blue Jays blew a three-run lead, but they gutted it out and came back to beat the Rays 8-5 at Tropicana Field...

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  23. Blue Jays Bounce Back to Beat Rays After Blowing Lead

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  24. Tolleson's 2-Run Single Helps Blue Jays Beat Rays

    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Steve Tolleson's two-run single snapped a ninth-inning tie and helped the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Tampa Bay Rays 8-5 on Friday night. .....

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  25. Revisiting the Blockbuster with the Toronto Blue Jays

    Two years ago, the Marlins were re-branded, revamped, and relocated to a new stadium. The glow quickly wore off after a losing season, and a salary dump which stripped the team of all talent not named Giancarlo Stanton...

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