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  • Ready For April

    Blue Jays roster seems complete for Opening Day: What to expect

    The Opener
    by casaletto2

    After the surprising demotion of reliever Steve Delabar and the announcement that the Chicago White Sox have claimed Kyle Drabek off waivers from the Blue Jays, Toronto’s 2015 opening day roster finally seems to be complete. There will still likely be a few minor twitches, but overall one can safely assume how the Blue Jays will look come April 6th when they play their first game against the New York Yankees. This year’s team will definitely look a whole lot different than last year’s squad and it remains to be seen if that...

  • Youth Movement

    Blue Jays prospects making strong case for Opening Day

    Devon Travis
    by casaletto2

    They say it’s wise not to read too much into Spring Training, but one thing is certain: A number of Blue Jays prospects, some of whom have yet to play above single or double-A, are all making strong cases to earn a spot and remain with the team. I would be crazy to say that all of these players are going to succeed immediately because that rarely happens. However, what is refreshing to see is how many of these young players are performing and performing well. When was the last time the Blue Jays had a handful of top prospects competing...

  • Waves of Uncertainty

    Blue Jays suddenly face make-or-break year with pitchers who are betwixt and between

    Aaron Sanchez
    by Michael Hobson

    Granted Marcus Stroman is no grey beard, not with only twenty major league starts under his belt, yet Stroman was being counted on to anchor this year’s Toronto Blue Jays pitching staff—and be a top of the rotation starter for many years to come. Now what? Stroman’s injury sent curdling waves of uncertainty and shivers of dread throughout the organization. The Jays do not have a ready replacement. This is, by all accounts, a crucial season for the Toronto Blue Jays—for management, coaches and players. It is accepted that if the club does...

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Blue Jays roster seems complete for Opening Day: What to expect

Posted on: Mar 28 2015 - 12:25am | #0
In: Articles
casaletto2
The Opener

After the surprising demotion of reliever Steve Delabar and the announcement that the Chicago White Sox have claimed Kyle Drabek off waivers from the Blue Jays, Toronto’s 2015 opening day roster finally seems to be complete. There will still likely be a few minor twitches, but overall one can safely assume how the Blue Jays will look come April 6th when they play their first game against the New York Yankees. This year’s team will definitely look a whole lot different than last year’s squad and it remains to be seen if that will be a positive or a negative. Toronto got rid of a lot of familiar faces including Adam Lind, Colby Rasmus, Brett Lawrie, Melky Cabrera, Casey Janssen, J.A. Happ, Dustin McGowan and Brandon Morrow...

Aaron Sanchez

Blue Jays suddenly face make-or-break year with pitchers who are betwixt and between

Granted Marcus Stroman is no grey beard, not with only twenty major league starts under his belt, yet Stroman was being counted on to anchor this year’s Toronto Blue Jays pitching staff—and be a top of the rotation starter for many years to come. Now what? Stroman’s injury sent curdling waves of uncertainty and shivers of dread throughout the organization. The Jays do not have a ready replacement. This is, by all accounts, a crucial season for the Toronto Blue Jays—for management, coaches and players. It is accepted that if the club does...

Posted on: Mar 26 2015 - 1:24pm | #0
In: Articles
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