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  • The ‘silver lining’

    SAUNDERS’ FLUKE INJURY A CATALYST?

    The Jays
    by Tosh McIntosh

    The first setback of the season could provide a ‘silver lining’ by solving a current dilemma…and could Papelbon be an indirect component? SAUNDERS At first blush the ‘Here we go again!’, out-of-the-blue, sneak injury to Michael Saunders (Torn meniscus after stepping on a sprinkler head while shagging flies in Dunedin; Gone ‘until the all-star break’!) is devastating to Michael, the Jays, their fans and especially Alex Anthopoulos! However, one of this spring’s big questions has been how best to make use of the Jays’ most valuable,...

  • Risky Business

    Blue Jays management seem willing to risk their jobs on unproven youngsters

    Dalton Pompey
    by Michael Hobson

    I am officially throwing my hands in the air—not literally or I wouldn’t be able to write this piece, but I have no idea what the Toronto Blue Jays are doing. Management seem willing to risk their jobs on a slew of unproven youngsters in a year where the team absolutely must make the playoffs—or at least compete right to the end of the season. When President and CEO Paul Beeston announced that this will be his final season it put the entire management team on notice. From General Manager Alex Anthopoulos down to Manager John Gibbons the...

  • Spring Is In The Air

    Is this finally the year? Toronto Blue Jays 2015 Spring Preview

    Blue Jays Spring 2015
    by casaletto2

    After some time away, I am back. I guess the same could be said for the Toronto Blue Jays. After what started off as a very exciting and unpredictable off-season, the Jays have cooled off and haven’t made a significant move since the Michael Saunders trade. That doesn’t change the fact that baseball is indeed in the air, sort of, as pitchers and catchers have reported to spring training. The Toronto Blue Jays are a team that many love to predict will finally get over the hump and turn into Division winners but it always falls short...

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Blue Jays Sign Dayan Viciedo

Posted on: Mar 1 2015 - 9:24pm | #0
In: Hotstove
Erik
Dayan Viciedo

The Toronto Blue Jays have signed Dayan Viciedo to a Minor League contract with an invite to Major League Spring Training. In 2014 Viciedo played in 145 games for the Chicago White Sox, batting a career-low .231 with 21 home runs and 58 RBI’s. He signed a one year contract worth $4.4 million with the White Sox on January 12, 2015, to avoid arbitration. However, he was designated for assignment on January 28, and released on February 4. Viciedo’s 162 Game Avg. PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO BA OBP SLG OPS OPS+ TB 603 562 67 143 24 2 22 71 1 1 32 130 .254 .298 .424 .722 96 238 Viciedo will earn $2.5 million if he makes the 25-man roster. ...

SAUNDERS’ FLUKE INJURY A CATALYST?

Posted on: Feb 27 2015 - 3:17am | #0
In: Articles
Tosh McIntosh
The Jays

The first setback of the season could provide a ‘silver lining’ by solving a current dilemma…and could Papelbon be an indirect component? SAUNDERS At first blush the ‘Here we go again!’, out-of-the-blue,...

Dalton Pompey

Blue Jays management seem willing to risk their jobs on unproven youngsters

I am officially throwing my hands in the air—not literally or I wouldn’t be able to write this piece, but I have no idea what the Toronto Blue Jays are doing. Management seem willing to risk their jobs on a slew of unproven youngsters in a year where the team absolutely must make the playoffs—or at least compete right to the end of the season. When President and CEO Paul Beeston announced that this will be his final season it put the entire management team on notice. From General Manager Alex Anthopoulos down to Manager John Gibbons the...

Posted on: Feb 26 2015 - 7:35pm | #1
In: Articles
Michael Hobson
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STATE OF THE FRANCHISE TODAY

The Toronto Blue Jays’ annual ‘State-of-the-franchise’ is on and BlueJaysFans.ca will be there! President Paul Beeston, General...

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Dear Santa, from Blue Jays Fans Everywhere

Dear Santa, Sorry our letter is late…there were meetings. Thank you for all of the stuff you got us last Christmas. We liked...

Is this finally the year? Toronto Blue Jays 2015 Spring Preview

Blue Jays Spring 2015

After some time away, I am back. I guess the same could be said for the Toronto Blue Jays. After what started off as a very exciting and unpredictable off-season, the Jays have cooled off and haven’t made a significant move since the Michael Saunders trade. That doesn’t change the fact that baseball is indeed in the air, sort of, as pitchers and catchers have reported to...

September Call-Ups: The Prospects

Daniel Norris -   Elsa, Getty Images Sport

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...

Daniel Norris -   Jim Rogash, Getty Images Sport

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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