1. Dan Duquette Still Candidate for Blue Jayspresident

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  2. Brett Cecil Is an Extension Candidate for Jays

    A the Toronto Blue Jays enter into that time of the year when they start assessing their arbitration cases with eligible players, it is also that time of year when they start to consider ...

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  3. Veteran Closer Axford Could Boost Toronto's Bullpen

    TORONTO -- The Blue Jays continue to search for help in the bullpen, and while a lot of prominent arms have recently gone off the board, right-hander John Axford is one option that remains available...

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  4. Toronto Blue Jays Catcher Russell Martin Wants to Catch Everybody...

    TORONTO – Over the past two seasons, the Toronto Blue Jays ' regular catcher took the day off when R.A. Dickey pitched. Russell Martin expects that custom to change this year...

    Drew Morita Written by Drew Morita about 1 month ago 216 reads 0 comments

  5. Report: Blue Jays Among 4 Teams Interested in John Axford

    John Axford continues to generate plenty of interest as a free agent, and the 31-year-old reliever may even have a chance to pitch in his native Canada next season...

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  6. Jays Pass on Stephen Drew, Who Signs with the Yankees

    In 300 plate appearances in 2014, Stephen Drew posted a .162/.237/.299 line. An explanation of why it's not worth lamenting that the Jays didn't spend $5-million (as the Yankees have ...

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  7. Bob Elliott's 101 Most Influential Canadians in Baseball

    The Kansas City Royals were winning Game 6 of the World Series 10-0 on Tuesday., Oct. 28, with only a few outs remaining before a Game 7 the next day.....

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  8. Ricky Romero Aiming to Contribute to the Blue Jays In2015

    In June, Blue Jays left-hander Ricky Romero had surgery on his right knee as a result of quadriceps tendon inflammation, cutting short his season with Triple-A Buffalo.....

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  9. Best Blue Jays Ever: Third Base

    It's time again for another instalment of Best Blue Jays ever. Last time out we looked at the best Secondbasemen in Blue Jays history. Today we shift out focus to the hot corner...

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  10. Big Unit, Pedro, Smoltz, Biggio make Hall of Fame

    NEW YORK -- Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez, John Smoltz and Craig Biggio were elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in a blockbuster vote by the Baseball Writers' Association of America on Tuesday...

    Brad Read Written by Brad Read about 1 month ago 2 reads 0 comments

  11. After 16-Year Career, McDonald Hangs Up His Spikes

    TORONTO -- Longtime Blue Jays fan favourite John McDonald announced his retirement on Wednesday afternoon.....

    Brad Read Written by Brad Read about 1 month ago 1 reads 0 comments

  12. 3 Things the Toronto Blue Jays Need to Do Before Spring Training Starts

    With the arrival of the new year, the Toronto Blue Jays are now just a little more than a month away from the start of spring training—when pitchers and catchers first report...

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  13. Are the Blue Jays Interested in Ichiro?

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  14. Buy-Low Relievers Blue Jays Could Explore

    The Toronto Blue Jays reshaped their roster this off-season, but their relief pitching remains a lingering question mark...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 1 month ago 218 reads 0 comments

  15. Blue Jays Won't Necessarily Spend Big on Relief

    The thought of the Toronto Blue Jays standing pat in the bullpen and largely relying on internal improvements to build a better relief corps would have been unfathomable a month ago...

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  16. Mailbag: Navarro Part-Time Option at First Base?

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  17. Toronto Blue Jays' Top 10 Prospects for 2015

    Marcus Stroman ’s graduation to big league starter last season put a temporary dent in the Toronto Blue Jays' system, but right-hander Aaron Sanchez, lefty Daniel Norris and ...

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  18. Report: Blue Jays Content with Current Options in CF

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  19. Blue Jays Name Owens Assistant Hitting Coach

    The Toronto Blue Jays finalized their 2015 coaching staff Friday, adding former big league outfielder Eric Owens as assistant hitting coach and formally naming Dane Johnson bullpen coach...

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  20. New Look Blue Jays Aim for Elusive Postseason Return

    TORONTO -- The Blue Jays fully admit that 2014 ended in disappointment, but instead of trying to rebuild, the club decided to retool with the expectation of a better outcome next year...

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  21. New Year Means Gibbons' 2016 Option Guaranteed

    The stroke of midnight that signalled the arrival of 2015 also triggered a clause in the contract of manager John Gibbons, guaranteeing his deal for the 2016 season while adding another rolling option for 2017...

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  22. New Year's Resolutions for Toronto Blue Jays in 2015

    For the Toronto Blue Jays , 2014 was another year of disappointment and unfulfilled expectations. Toronto finished the season with an 83-79 record, 13 games out of first place in ...

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  23. Time Running out for Kyle Drabek to Make an Impact with the Toronto Blue Jays

    When the Toronto Blue Jays first acquired Kyle Drabek in 2009 as part of a package of prospects from the Philadelphia Phillies in exchange for ace Roy Halladay, the team’s ...

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  24. Heyman: K-Rod Is on Jays Radar

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  25. Blue Jays Await Takashi Toritani Decision

    Since the Blue Jays traded Aaron Hill to the Arizona Diamondbacks midway through the 2011 season, the club has used 14 different players at second base...

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