1. Top Catching Prospect J.P. Arencibia Called Up by Toronto Blue Jays

    On Wednesday afternoon against the New York Yankees, starting catcher John Buck injured his thumb and was placed on the disabled list after the game. There's no definite timetable for his return, but he won't be back until Aug...

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  2. Blue Jays Send Brett Wallace to Houston In Surprise Trade Deadline Move

    The Toronto Blue Jays were widely expected to make a couple moves at the trade deadline this season. Several Jays vets were thought to be in play...

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  3. Points of Interest for Toronto After the Trade Deadline

    Despite their 52-49 record, the Blue Jays are a full 10 games behind Tampa Bay in the wild card race. With little chance of a postseason berth, Jays' fans seemingly don't have much to be excited about...

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  4. Yunel Escobar Traded To Toronto Blue Jays in Low Risk-High Reward Deal

    The Toronto Blue Jays showed their first decisive sign that they're starting to look beyond 2010 and gear up for the future with a five-player trade with the Atlanta Braves in which ...

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  5. Projecting How Blue Jays Pitchers Will Fare in the Second Half

    Following up on projections for the Blue Jays hitters earlier in the week, today, it's time to tackle the tough task of projecting how the Jays starting pitchers will perform in the second half...

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  6. Toronto Blue Jays: How They Will Hit in the Second Half

    With the season's true mid point having passed this week and its unofficial end to the first half looming with next week's All-Star break, the timing couldn't be better to project how the Blue Jays will perform from here on out...

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  7. Blue Jays Roster Options For Injured Shaun Marcum

    Besides the season long, until recently anyways, home run barrage showering off the bats of Blue Jays hitters, the outstanding starting pitching has been the highlight of the season...

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  8. Time For The Blue Jays to Start Worrying About Adam Lind and Aaron Hill

    As the Blue Jays season approaches the half way mark, several positive and negative trends have carried along long enough that extra attention is warranted. By far the two most concerning trends are the continuing futility of Aaron Hill and Adam Lind...

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  9. Previewing The Exciting Blue Jays Vs Cardinals Pitching Matchups

    The Toronto Blue Jays will look to continue the roll they got on last week tonight against the St. Louis Cardinals. After taking two of three from both the Padres and Giants last week the Jays have another three game set with the Cards...

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  10. What the Toronto Blue Jays Can Bring to the 2010 Trade Market

    The Arizona Diamondbacks and Oakland A's unofficially kicked off the 2010 pre-deadline trading activity this week...

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  11. How Do Cito Gaston's All-Star Picks Stack Up?

    On Saturday while the Toronto Blue Jays were in the midst of an inter-league series with the Colorado Rockies, manager Cito Gaston was asked which of his players deserved All-Star consideration...

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  12. Free Jarrett Hoffpauir

    Alex Gonzalez's recent temporary departure from the team has highlighted the Blue Jays lack of a useful backup middle infielder...

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  13. Toronto Blue Jays Off Day Notebook

    The Blue Jays have Monday off as they get a chance to catch their breath during a brutally tough stretch in the schedule. Over the weekend, the Jays took two of three from the Yankees and nearly pulled off the sweep...

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  14. Kevin Gregg and Fun With Sample Sizes

    To most people's surprise, Kevin Gregg opened 2010 with quite possibly his best month of work in his career. Gregg then promptly followed that with an almost equally surprising ugly month of May...

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  15. Breaking Down How The Blue Jays Stack Up Against The Rays

    The Toronto Blue Jays surprising early season success continued this past weekend with a sweep of the Baltimore Orioles. Going into the season the Jays were expected to battle these same Orioles in a fight to stay out of last place in the AL East ...

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  16. Don't Pull the Trigger on Aaron Hill Just Yet

    Aaron Hill has been back playing every day for the Blue Jays for slightly over a month now. He landed on the disabled list from April 8 to 23 when he injured his right hamstring...

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  17. Brett Cecil Solidifying His Spot in the Toronto Blue Jays' Rotation

    Brett Cecil has been making the most of his second stint, in as many seasons, in the Blue Jays rotation. He goes into tonight's start against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim fresh off a solid outing on May 19th against the Seattle Mariners...

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  18. Checking In On Adam Loewen's Progress in Double-A

    What Adam Loewen is attempting to accomplish doesn't happen all that often. Loewen has already made it to the big leagues once before, which came as no surprise after the Baltimore Orioles selected him fourth overall in the 2002 amateur draft...

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  19. Meet the New and Improved Brett Myers

    After an up and down career with the Philadelphia Phillies, Brett Myers is off to a better than expected start with the Houston Astros. His tenure with the Phillies ended on arguably his worst season of his eight-year career...

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  20. Travis Snider Out, Edwin Encarnacion In For The Toronto Blue Jays

    Just as Travis Snider was on his way to an outstanding month of May at the plate he's now on his way down to Dunedin, Florida for an MRI and rehab...

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  21. Travis Snider Continues To Develop at the Dish for the Toronto Blue Jays

    In yesterday's 3-2 win over the Red Sox all the Blue Jays runs came courtesy of Travis Snider . Both of his hits, a double and home run, came off Sox starter Tim Wakefield...

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  22. Toronto Blue Jays Impressive Organizational Depth at Catcher

    Outside of pitchers, catchers have the most demanding job on the diamond and finding and developing good catchers is equally demanding for every organization in baseball...

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  23. Early Season Fast Risers In The Jays' Lower Levels

    Despite the Toronto Blue Jays' fast start in 2010 most experts and fans agree that the teams brightest days lay in the future...

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  24. A Look At The Top Of The Blue Jays' Minor League System

    With the season a little over a month old now, we're starting to get big enough sample sizes in terms of innings pitched and plate appearances to start analyzing individual player performances...

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