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Aaron Sanchez’ Improving Pitch Mix

In the second half of last year, the Toronto Blue Jays called upon prized pitching prospect, Aaron Sanchez, to pitch out of their bullpen and boy did he ever impress. 67 more words

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Top MLB Rookies at the One-Quarter Mark

Every spring training hope runs high in MLB clubhouses as teams excitedly prepare their fresh young prospects for their first chance at big league action.  While many rookies struggle to acclimate themselves to the high-pressure lifestyle of the majors, some thrive upon their first taste.   1,474 more words


Toronto Blue Jays fail to deliver clutch hitting, wasting fine start from Aaron Sanchez in loss to Los Angeles Angels

Toronto pitcher Aaron Sanchez provided one of his best starts of the season Tuesday night.

“When the season is all said and done, he’s going to be on his way.” 502 more words


Aaron Sanchez: Pitch FX, Joe Kelly, and a Truly Unique Changeup

My very first article at Drunk Jays Fans back in January of 2014 looked at Aaron Sanchez “Through the Lens of Pitch F/X”, where, using the limited data available from the Arizona Fall League, I attempted to find the pitchers with the most similar individual pitches to Sanchez’ offerings based upon the physical characteristics of velocity, horizontal movement, and vertical movement. 1,832 more words

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Paredes' Offense Key In Orioles Rubber Match With Toronto

(AP) — Up until a few weeks ago, Baltimore’s Jimmy Paredes probably would’ve been labeled either a journeyman or a utility infielder.

Now, he’s an everyday player and one of the most productive players in baseball. 536 more words


The Lansing 3 (+1), a retrospective


Last night, Noah Syndergaard made his MLB debut with the New York Mets.


In 2012, Syndergaard, Justin Nicolino and Aaron Sanchez were the Lansing 3. 925 more words

Sox salvage series with Mother's Day win

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Game 29 – (13-16) Red Sox 0 – 7 Blue Jays (15-15)

Two singles is all the Red Sox could manage north of the border in their series’ opener vs. 505 more words