1. Toronto Blue Jays: An Optimistic Preview of Edwin Encarnacion's 2011 Season

    One of the more talked about Blue Jays topics this off-season has been Edwin Encarnacion . Despite less than stellar offensive production from him since joining the team there's ...

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  2. The Blue Jays Should Go To WAR With Russell Branyan

    At some point in the very near future the Toronto Blue Jays will start reporting to camp, managers and players will get interviewed, various players will have their health accessed ...

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  3. Who Justin Ruggiano Is and Why the Blue Jays Should Get Him

    With spring training just days away now, it's getting awfully tough to generate interesting topics surrounding the Blue Jays. Luckily, an interesting player has reportedly become available in the last day or so that should interest the Blue Jays...

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  4. Should The Blue Jays Opt For Mike McCoy Over John McDonald?

    Unless the Blue Jays sign Jose Bautista to an extension or trade for Michael Young there doesn't figure to be much Blue Jay related issues to discuss this week...

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  5. What To Expect from Toronto Blue Jays Top Prospects Part II

    Earlier in the week we took a look at ESPN's Keith Law's top five Blue Jays prospects . Today we'll have a look at the second half of Law's top 10 and what they need to do moving forward in 2011...

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  6. Defining Roles in the Toronto Blue Jays Bullpen for 2011

    Over at Mop Up Duty, Matthias Koster tells us the eight men expected to start the season in the Toronto Blue Jays' 'pen are slated to make just over $19 million, making it the second most expensive bullpen the team has ever assembled...

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  7. What To Expect From Blue Jays' Top Prospects In 2011

    Keith Law of ESPN recently put out his yearly organization ratings based purely on Minor League talent alone. Law rated the Jays' system as the fourth best in all of baseball...

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  8. Toronto Blue Jays Add Potential Closer at the Expense of Mike Napoli

    Mike Napoli was a member of the Blue Jays just long enough for most of the team's writers and fans to get familiar with his capabilities and salary situation and come to a conclusion as to where he would fit in with the club...

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  9. How The Blue Jays Can Best Optimize Jose Bautista in 2011

    Now that the Vernon Wells trade has indeed been accepted as reality and praised across the board by almost everyone associated with the Toronto Blue Jays it's time to look at the biggest issue with the team that has yet to be resolved...

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  10. Digesting The Blue Jays Shocking Trade Of Vernon Wells

    Toronto Blue Jays GM Alex Anthopoulos pulled off the seemingly impossible tonight when he managed to trade Vernon Wells to the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim for Mike Napoli and Juan Rivera ...

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  11. Is Marc Rzepczynski the Toronto Blue Jays' Best Option for a Fifth Starter?

    The fifth spot of the rotation is usually the most volatile one, and teams can go through any number of pitchers in the last spot over the course of a season...

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  12. Blue Jays Buy Low On Former Closer Chad Cordero

    For the second consecutive week the Blue Jays signed a former closer with the intent of rebuilding their bullpen for 2011...

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  13. Blue Jays Add Veteran Reliever Octavio Dotel to 2011 Bullpen

    After the idea of the Blue Jays adding Octavio Dotel had been kicked around by everyone with an interest in baseball or the Jays on twitter off and on for the last month, it finally went down today...

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  14. Why Did the Toronto Blue Jays Re-Sign Edwin Encarnacion?

    Baseball's offseason player movement is in full swing at the moment, albeit with a certain team from New York being much quieter than anyone expected. Today, word came out that the Blue Jays had joined in on the fun and signed a free agent...

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  15. Shaun Marcum Heads to Milwaukee As Blue Jays Youth Movement Continues

    Over the weekend the Blue Jays made the latest in a series of deals aimed at building a championship caliber club a few years down the road...

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  16. Blue Jays Aquire Versatile Outfielder Rajai Davis From Oakland

    Yesterday, the Toronto Blue Jays made a minor deal with the Oakland As by acquiring outfielder, Rajai Davis. In return the Jays sent a pair of minor league relievers, Trystan Magnuson and Daniel Farquhar, to Oakland...

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  17. Why The Blue Jays Should Pass On Dan Uggla

    It will be almost impossible as the off season wears on to go into all that much detail about every rumored player the Blue Jays will have interest in acquiring...

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  18. Toronto Blue Jays 2010 Review: Jose Bautista

    No player on the 2010 Toronto Blue Jays has had more words spoken or written about him than Jose Bautista . The most surprising offensive performance in all of baseball will do that for a player...

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  19. Toronto Blue Jays 2010 Review: Shaun Marcum

    After completely missing all of 2009 thanks to Tommy John surgery, Shaun Marcum returned to the Blue Jays rotation in 2010 with mixed expectations...

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  20. Toronto Blue Jays 2010 Review: Aaron Hill

    Almost assuredly the most disappointing performance from the 2010 Blue Jays was that of Aaron Hill . No one expected Hill to duplicate his 2009 performance that saw him hit 36 home runs while batting ...

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  21. Toronto Blue Jays 2010 Review: Kevin Gregg

    If there was one player on the 2010 Blue Jays who was predicatively unpredictable, it was closer Kevin Gregg ...

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  22. Toronto Blue Jays 2010 Review: Vernon Wells

    After establishing himself as one the AL's better outfielders from 2003 to 2006, Vernon Wells failed to produce at the dish in 2007 and again in 2009...

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  23. Toronto Blue Jays 2010 Review: Ricky Romero

    After a successful debut in 2009 with the Blue Jays , starting pitcher Ricky Romero improved in almost every conceivable way in 2010...

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  24. What We Learned About The Toronto Blue Jays Future In 2010

    The 2010 edition of the Toronto Blue Jays was full of surprises and provided many promising glimpses into the team's future. Whether or not anyone besides Blue Jays fans noticed is another matter entirely...

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  25. Potential September Call-Ups For The Toronto Blue Jays

    As the Blue Jays continue to try and play the role of spoiler against the Red Sox, Rays and Yankees one more important date looms on the calender. That is of course next Wednesday when the calender turns to September...

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