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Liam Hendriks' Unparalleled Velocity Spike

The tale of Liam Hendriks and the Toronto Blue Jays is both complex and bizarre. It begins in December of 2013 when he was designated for assignment by the Twins following their free agent signing of Phil Hughes. 1,493 more words

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Toronto Blue Jays say Aaron Sanchez no longer the go-to eighth-inning reliever; Troy Tulowitzki resumes throwing but no return date

TORONTO – In the September of a normal Blue Jays season, these developments would be mere footnotes as the team shuffles into the sunset. But in this autumn of great hope and potential glory for the Jays and their fans, no move is miniscule. 807 more words


Blue Jays 4 Yankees 2; David Freaking Price!

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Alex Anthopoulos acquired David Price for games just like tonight.  And like every other start since he became a Blue Jay he did not disappoint. 365 more words

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Red Sox 7 Blue Jays 6; Post Game Musings

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Well, that felt like a kick in the gut.

These emotions go along with the time of year, it’s what happens in a pennant race. 465 more words

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Blue Jays 6 Red Sox 1; Post Game Musings

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Marcus Stroman made his highly anticipated home debut tonight and didn’t disappoint as he allowed a run on six hits in seven innings of work he walked a batter while striking out three. 475 more words

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For Whom Does the Bell Thole?

While I’m not sure we’re looking at a situation that is a total certainty as Jon Heyman seems to think, I do believe the Jays are leaning towards picking up starting pitcher… 1,209 more words

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Braves 3 Blue Jays 2; The Good, The Bad And The Ugly

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That didn’t exactly go as planned, but thanks to old friend J.P Arencibia and his Tampa Bay teammates the Blue Jays still have their three game lead atop of the AL East. 470 more words

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