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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


Second fantasy look at second basemen Devon Travis, Jonathan Schoop

BaseballHQ.com published an article on what fantasy baseball players need to know about position outlooks in the AL East. Here are some highlights:

Injuries may help provide some finality to a couple of spring playing-time battles that may have already been tipping in the younger, healthier player’s favor. 308 more words


Maicer Izturis headed for disabled list with groin strain

Blue Jays manager John Gibbons told John Lott of Canada’s National Post on Sunday that infielder Maicer Izturis will open the 2015 regular season on the 15-day disabled list because of a groin strain. 90 more words

Izturis could miss Opening Day

Blue Jays manager John Gibbons admitted Saturday that he doesn’t think Maicer Izturis, sidelined with a pulled groin, will be ready to play on Opening Day, April 6, against the Yankees.  93 more words

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Toronto Blue Jays - Forget first base... "Who's on second?"

Years ago, in a baseball skit, ‘Abbott and Costello’ asked, “Who’s on first? What’s on second? I don’t know’s on third?” There was constant teasing in the skit about what player was playing each position on the baseball field. 866 more words

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