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    Blue Jays Promote Top Prospect Aaron Sanchez

    Aaron Sanchez
    by casaletto2

    The Toronto Blue Jays made a few roster moves ahead of their game against the Red Sox Tuesday night. Toronto called up pitching prospect Aaron Sanchez, who will be used out of the bullpen and will be available tonight against the Sox. Sanchez, who is ranked as the Jays top prospect, has survived a flurry of trades the past few years that has seen many of the Jays top pitching talent traded away. Sanchez, 22, has made eight appearances with the Buffalo Bisons so far in 2014, going 0-3 with a 4.19 earned-run average and a 1.54 WHIP. His combined...

  • We Need a 2 Bagger

    Trade Target: Jose Altuve

    Jose Altuve
    by Alexander Wilson

    The Jays need a second baseman. That’s a fact. I mean, platooning people like Munenori Kawasaki and Steve Tolleson is NOT going to win you a championship. So, a guy who may be undervalued, very young, VERY good, and a second baseman would be a perfect pick up. And a guy who might be just that is Jose Altuve. Jose Altuve, second baseman of the Houston Astros. At a very young age of 24, he still has an extremely bright future ahead of him. Jays fans would love to see Altuve go to Toronto. Hell, I’m sure a lot of fans of different teams would...

  • That Just Happened!

    Blue Jays Designate Sergio Santos for Assignment

    Sergio Santos
    by Alexander Wilson

    One day, in the vasy and dreary land of a couple of weeks ago, while Sergio Santos was crapping himself on the mound, I said that something would happen. Soon. Something would happen to Mr. Santos. Something terrible. Something that could alter his career and the Jays’ bullpen for the better. And that something happened… Just a second ago, as I’m writing this. Thank you Bleacher Report, for sending me a notification on my iPad Mini, that Mr. Santos got DFA’d. DESIGNATED FOR ASSIGNMENT! Finally! No more failures on the mound! No more...

Blue Jays Promote Top Prospect Aaron Sanchez

Posted on: Jul 22 2014 - 7:10pm | #0
In: Articles, Team News
casaletto2
Aaron Sanchez

The Toronto Blue Jays made a few roster moves ahead of their game against the Red Sox Tuesday night. Toronto called up pitching prospect Aaron Sanchez, who will be used out of the bullpen and will be available tonight against the Sox. Sanchez, who is ranked as the Jays top prospect, has survived a flurry of trades the past few years that has seen many of the Jays top pitching talent traded away. Sanchez, 22, has made eight appearances with the Buffalo Bisons so far in 2014, going 0-3 with a 4.19 earned-run average and a 1.54 WHIP. His combined line between Buffalo and Double-A New Hampshire this season is 3-7 with a 3.95 ERA and a 1.45 WHIP. The 22 year-old has struggled with his control at times this season, but general manager Alex Anthopoulos...

Trade Target: Jose Altuve

Posted on: Jul 22 2014 - 6:10pm | #0
In: Articles, Trade Talk
Alexander Wilson
Jose Altuve

The Jays need a second baseman. That’s a fact. I mean, platooning people like Munenori Kawasaki and Steve Tolleson is NOT going to win you a championship. So, a guy who may be undervalued, very young, VERY good,...

Sergio Santos

Blue Jays Designate Sergio Santos for Assignment

One day, in the vasy and dreary land of a couple of weeks ago, while Sergio Santos was crapping himself on the mound, I said that something would happen. Soon. Something would happen to Mr. Santos. Something terrible. Something that could alter his career and the Jays’ bullpen for the better. And that something happened… Just a second ago, as I’m writing...

Posted on: Jul 21 2014 - 5:49pm | #0
In: Articles, Team News
Alexander Wilson
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Forbes: Comfortably In First, The Average Tickets Price Remains The Same

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Sportsnet Will Deliver All 30 Spring Training Games

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Minor League Scores
July 19, 2014

3-1 Loss
@ Pawtuckett
Record: 48-51
July 19, 2014

10-3 Loss
vs Portland
Record: 46-53
July 19, 2014

12-7 Win
vs Jupiter
Record: 60-38
July 19, 2014

12-2 Win
@ Tri-City
Record: 23-13
July 19, 2014

6-2 Loss
vs Clinton
Record: 45-52
July 19, 2014

3-2 Win
@ Pulaski
Record: 16-13


The Case For Keeping Marcus Stroman

Marcus Stroman

At the start of the season, Marcus Stroman was probably on the radar for the future for the Jays. Injuries to Brandon Morrow and other members of the staff have orced him to be called up sooner than expected. But Stroman has pitched well enough to stay in Toronto, and has earned a regular spot every five days in the rotation. Stroman started the year in Buffalo, and went 2-4 before...

Pitching Prospect: Aaron Sanchez

Sanchez

Today I’d like to talk about a guy who has a very bright future ahead of him. Much like Marcus Stroman, this man is a up-and-comer in the system, but he has not made it to the big leagues yet. I’m talking about...

2014 Draft Signings

Blue Jays Sign 1st Round Picks

The Toronto Blue Jays have signed 9th overall selection RHP Jeff Hoffman and 11th overall selection C Max Pentecoste. This...