1. Blue Jays Have 'Decided to Stay' in Dunedin

    The Palm Beach Post has a story saying that the Blue Jays are no longer looking at moving their spring training home to Palm Beach.....

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  2. Toronto Blue Jays: Projecting the Opening Day Lineup

    With so many question marks in their rotation, the Toronto Blue Jays will need a good year from their lineup in order to have a chance to compete against the American League East this season...

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  3. Jays' Rotation Never Got Needed Boost

    The question, as always, comes down to evaluation. Maybe the Blue Jays were smart to avoid Ubaldo Jimenez and, to this point, Ervin Santana...

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  4. MacArthur: Jays' Bautista Not Worried About Durability

    If Jose Bautista ends the season on the baseball field, it'll mark the first time since 2011 but the Blue Jays slugger bristles at the suggestion he isn't a durable ballplayer...

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  5. GM: Jays Unlikely to Add Free-Agent Starter

    Blue Jays general manager Alex Anthopoulos said if Toronto adds another arm to their starting rotation before the regular season it probably won't come through free agency...

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  6. Melky Cabrera Is 'In the Best Shape of His Life'

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  7. Blue Jays Skipper a Big Fan of Volatile Lawrie

    DUNEDIN — - There may have been times last year when Brett Lawrie tried his manager's patience but John Gibbons is an unabashed fan of his talented third baseman...

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  8. Happ Aiming to Get on Top of His Game in '14

    DUNEDIN, Fla. -- After a disappointing start against the Angels on Sept. 12, J.A. Happ went to manager John Gibbons and pitching coach Pete Walker in search of something -- anything, really -- to get him back on track...

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  9. Blue Jays Go High Tech on Dickey

    DUNEDIN — - R.A. Dickey's dancing, diving, devious knuckleball has been the talk of Blue Jays camp and now Dickey's gone high tech to try to make it even better...

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  10. Jays Gotta Be Better. Right?

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  11. Stroman Among Fifth-Starter Candidates

    DUNEDIN, Fla. -- There's a long list of pitchers competing for the final spot in the Blue Jays ' rotation, and manager John Gibbons said the club is going to take its time before declaring a winner...

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  12. Report: Blue Jays Unlikely to Sign E. Santana

    The Toronto Blue Jays have been shopping for another starting pitcher since their kids finished trick-or-treating. But it appears the Blue Jays are unlikely to sign Ervin Santana, or any of the other remaining free-agent starters, for that matter...

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  13. Blue Jays Name R.A. Dickey as Opening Day Starter

    Barring a free agent acquisition that never happened, there wasn't really a question as to who was going to be on the hill Opening Day for John Gibbons' club...

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  14. Ryan Goins Will Have Competition to Be Blue Jays' Second Baseman

    Ryan Goins is the starting second baseman in Toronto as spring begins, as Ken Fidlin of the Toronto Sun wrote over the weekend in a story detailing the 26-year-old's work with Blue Jays hitting coach Kevin Seitzer ...

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  15. Blue Jays Begin Spring Training with Plenty to Prove

    As the Toronto Blue Jays got busy in 2014, pitcher Brandon Morrow offered a blunt assessment of what went wrong in a most disappointing 2013. He began with the rotation...

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  16. R.A. Dickey Thinks Blue Jays Will Be Better This Season

    The contrast was hard to miss. A year ago on reporting day, the Blue Jays spring training clubhouse was abuzz. Reporters were marshalled in waves, waiting for a piece of R.A. Dickey and Dickey himself was riding a unique wave of celebrity...

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  17. Gibbons Says R.A. Dickey Will Start Opening Day

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  18. Blue Jays Have Much Better Starting Pitcher Depth This Year

    DUNEDIN - The sense of relief was almost palpable. With the first workout of a new season, the Blue Jays were more than willing to put the disaster of 2013 in their rear-view mirror...

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  19. And Then There Was One: Ubaldo to Baltimore

    Reports from last night suggest that the Baltimore Orioles have signed Ubaldo Jiminez to a 4 year $50M deal...

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  20. The Roger Clemens Trade: 15 Years Later

    February 18, 1999 is a date familiar to many Toronto Blue Jays fans. It is the day that we let the biggest steal in the history of the club go...

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  21. Blue Jays Hoping More Muscle Will Turn Brandon Morrow into a Workhorse

    DUNEDIN, Fla. – Brandon Morrow has always found it difficult to gain weight. Before the Seattle Mariners made him a first-round draft pick in 2006, he carried only 185 pounds on his 6-foot-3 frame...

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  22. Minors Options Likely to Factor into Blue Jays' Decisions

    DUNEDIN, Fla. -- The Blue Jays will have a series of tough decisions to make at the end of Spring Training, and, once again, contract options will play a big role...

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  23. Blue Jays Hoping More Muscle Will Help Turn Brandon Morrow into a Workhorse

    DUNEDIN, Fla. – Brandon Morrow has always found it difficult to gain weight. Before the Seattle Mariners made him a first-round draft pick in 2006, he carried only 185 pounds on his 6-foot-3 frame...

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  24. Blue Jays Purchase Contract of Goldeyes OF/IF Scoma

    The contract of Winnipeg Goldeyes outfielder/infielder Ryan Scoma has been purchased by the Toronto Blue Jays . He will report to minor league spring training with Toronto next month...

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  25. After Rough Season, Rotation Seeks Turnaround

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