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A congratulation is in order for Blue Jays pitcher Mark Buehrle who on Wednesday night surpassed Cy Young as the only pitcher to pitch 200 innings or more and allow less than 61 walks in a season for the 14th straight year. 649 more words

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Toronto Blue Jays' Casey Janssen closing in on free agency, matrimony and, he hopes, a chance to play for a champion

TORONTO — When Casey Janssen goes home next week, he will start to miss something that he never had. Each year, it seems, he misses it more. 1,052 more words


5 Free Agent-To-Be Relievers Who Could Be Answers For White Sox

(CBS) There’s been plenty of talk lately about who the prospect-infused, momentum-gathering Cubs might chase this offseason as they look to compete for a playoff spot next season, but as… 687 more words


Toronto Blue Jays turning to Aaron Sanchez, not Casey Janssen, when game is on line

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – For Casey Janssen, the situation has grown increasingly awkward, this sense that he remains the Toronto Blue Jays’ closer only when rookie Aaron Sanchez is unavailable. 1,062 more words


Toronto Blue Jays will 'ride' Aaron Sanchez in two-inning closing situations in September

TORONTO – The Blue Jays’ meticulous care and feeding of Aaron Sanchez may turn the rookie into an occasional closer over the final month of the season. 931 more words


Toronto Blue Jays' Casey Janssen not the same pitcher since bout of food poisoning

TORONTO – The first thing Casey Janssen wants to stress is that food poisoning is no excuse for poor pitching.

TORONTO — Casey Janssen will not remember the all-star break fondly. 1,040 more words


Toronto Blue Jays ownership, management sit idly by as team’s season hangs by a thread

By Michael Hobson

Again. That’s what’s going through the mind of this and likely every other Blue Jays fan; that even twenty-one consecutive  years of producing nothing more than mediocre baseball doesn’t generate enough motivation for the organization to succeed. 1,790 more words

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