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  • The ‘Mystery Team’

    A Korean League 2B For The Blue Jays?

    Jung-ho Kang
    by Tosh McIntosh

    A MLB ‘mystery team’ has won the bid to negotiate with Korean IF It is fun to wonder if the Jays are the ‘mystery team’ who have won the bidding rights to Korean IF Jeong-ho Kang (Being referred to in media sources as Jung-Ho Kang)? It has been reported through NBC Sports ‘HARDBALLTALK’ that Korean media Yonhap News Agency has confirmed that the Korean League’s Nexen Heroes has accepted a bid “…from an unidentified MLB team.” for the ‘negotiating rights’ to Kang. It would be a logical...

  • Brandon The Padre

    I’ll love ya, 2Morrow23

    Bye Brandon
    by Shaun MacDonald

    The classic Annie line fits nicely with Brandon Morrow’s Twitter handle. Mr. Morrow signed a one year contract with the San Diego Padres a few days ago. The deal is worth $2.5 million for 2015, plus upwards of one million more in incentives. He earned almost $23 million in his tenure as a Blue Jay. Morrow came to Toronto via Seattle for Brandon League and a minor leaguer, Johermyn Chavez. League has gone 20-25 with 72 saves for the Mariners and Dodgers since the trade, and Chavez hasn’t progressed beyond Double-A ball. In 100 games with Toronto,...

  • Who's The Winner?

    Who Won? Tracking the Jung-ho Kang Sweepstakes

    Jung-Ho Kang
    by Erik

    It’s been widely reported that the Nexen Heroes of Korea have accepted a $5 million posting free from an unknown MLB team. The Blue Jays certainly have an opening for the 27-year-old, as Kang could potentially be a steal as a MLB second baseman. The Korean slugger hit to a line of .356/.459/.739 with 40 home runs and 117 RBI over 117 games this past season for Nexen. The Blue Jays have been reported as in the running, and winners, by multiple tweeters — see below. Teams that are SAID to be OUT of the running (or didn’t bid): ...

A Korean League 2B For The Blue Jays?

Posted on: Dec 20 2014 - 5:06pm | #2
In: Articles
Tosh McIntosh
Jung-ho Kang

A MLB ‘mystery team’ has won the bid to negotiate with Korean IF It is fun to wonder if the Jays are the ‘mystery team’ who have won the bidding rights to Korean IF Jeong-ho Kang (Being referred to in media sources as Jung-Ho Kang)? It has been reported through NBC Sports ‘HARDBALLTALK’ that Korean media Yonhap News Agency has confirmed that the Korean League’s Nexen Heroes has accepted a bid “…from an unidentified MLB team.” for the ‘negotiating rights’ to Kang. It would be a logical fit for the Jays considering that A.A. has acknowledged being ‘in on’ an even OLDER Japanese IF, Takashi Toritani. The other question to prospective MLB suitors was whether Kang could...

I’ll love ya, 2Morrow23

Posted on: Dec 20 2014 - 1:33pm | #0
In: Articles
Shaun MacDonald
Bye Brandon

The classic Annie line fits nicely with Brandon Morrow’s Twitter handle. Mr. Morrow signed a one year contract with the San Diego Padres a few days ago. The deal is worth $2.5 million for 2015, plus upwards of...

Jung-Ho Kang

Who Won? Tracking the Jung-ho Kang Sweepstakes

It’s been widely reported that the Nexen Heroes of Korea have accepted a $5 million posting free from an unknown MLB team. The Blue Jays certainly have an opening for the 27-year-old, as Kang could potentially be a steal as a MLB second baseman. The Korean slugger hit to a line of .356/.459/.739 with 40 home runs and 117 RBI over 117 games this past season for Nexen. The Blue Jays have been reported as in the running, and winners, by multiple tweeters — see below. Teams that are SAID to be OUT of the running (or didn’t bid): ...

Posted on: Dec 20 2014 - 11:53am | #1
In: Articles, Hotstove
Erik
Blue Jays 2015
Posted on: Dec 20 2014 - 12:12am | #0
In: Articles
Tosh McIntosh

SEEDS & DROPPINGS XIII

Select observations for your perusal, edification, contemplation and, hopefully, your enjoyment. Item: The door is wide open! - At this moment the Blue Jays do not have a ‘Closer’....

Who will be Toronto’s closer next season? Takashi Toritani at 2B?

Blue Jays

Who will it be? The better question is, who could possibly be left to sign? FOX Sports Ken Rosenthal is reporting that free agent reliever Sergio Romo has signed a two year deal worth 15 million dollars to re-sign in San Francisco. That would mean another arm is off the free agent market, also meaning Toronto’s lost out on yet another replacement for the departed Casey Janssen. The...

September Call-Ups: The Prospects

Daniel Norris

September is quickly approaching, and while the Jays’ post-season hopes are in despair, all is not lost. The MLB rosters are set to expand on Monday, September 1st. This means that every team’s roster will include...

Daniel Norris

Daniel Norris’ Impressive Season Continues

If you haven’t heard of Blue Jays pitching prospect Daniel Norris, now is probably a good time to start taking notice. The...

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