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Bartolo Colon's Legend Grows Like Him: He Is The Last Montreal Expos Player On The Field

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It’s miraculous that Bartolo Colon is still dominant at 42. 195 more words


In the already legendary career of Bartolo Colon, why wouldn't he be the last Expo left?

It’s miraculous that Bartolo Colon is still dominant at 42. It’s miraculous that he’s still playing at 42. It’s insane that he had eight hits for the New York Mets last season at age 41 (and having always been on the chubby side) – a couple were actually doubles! 157 more words

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Toronto Blue Jays' Maicer Izturis announces retirement: 'My body cannot handle it anymore'

DUNEDIN, Fla. — Toronto Blue Jays infielder Maicer Izturis is retiring after 11 big league seasons.

The 35-year-old, in Toronto’s spring training camp with a minor league contract, announced his decision during a news conference Friday. 297 more words


Blue Jays infielder Maicer Izturis announces retirement at spring training

Toronto Blue Jays infielder Maicer Izturis, who signed a minor league contract with the team earlier this year, has announced his retirement, the club confirmed via Twitter on Friday. 96 more words


Bobblehead Announcement & Blue Jays Round Up 2.1

Blue Jays announce bobblehead giveaways for 2016 (>>)
The team has chosen to feature reigning AL MVP Josh Donaldson and shortstop Troy Tulowitzki, who has been named an all-star in five of the last six seasons. 314 more words

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Blue Jays infielder Izturis expected to miss season due to shoulder surgery

Toronto Blue Jays second baseman Maicer Izturis underwent shoulder surgery this week and is expected to miss the rest of the regular season.

Manager John Gibbons said doctors performed the procedure Tuesday. 196 more words


Maicer Izturis' season — and likely his time with the Toronto Blue Jays — ended by shoulder surgery

TORONTO – Maicer Izturis opened the 2014 season as the Blue Jays’ starting second baseman. In his first seven games, he went 10 for 22. In his 11th game, he suffered a season-ending injury. 263 more words