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Toronto Blue Jays seek low-risk deals as they attempt to add needed experience

By Michael Hobson

It would seem the Toronto Blue Jays did indeed have money to spend. The concern among followers entering spring training was that the organization had failed to address the club’s many existing holes but as spring training began the club looked in their favourite place, the bargain bin, for additions. 1,278 more words

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Toronto Blue Jays management seem willing to risk their jobs on unproven youngsters

By Michael Hobson

I am officially throwing my hands in the air—not literally or I wouldn’t be able to write this piece, but I have no idea what the Toronto Blue Jays are doing. 1,427 more words

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Blue Jays have a slew of question marks but have payroll to spend heading into spring training

By Michael Hobson

Last week newly signed (old) President and CEO Paul Beeston stated that the Toronto Blue Jays payroll would remain approximately the same in 2015 as it was last year—around $137 million. 1,748 more words

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Quick Hitters: Two Parts Silence, One Part Futility

By: Dan Grant

It’s one of those times of year again. You know, the ones that periodically leak into our consciousness? A weird lull has taken hold of the Toronto sports scene. 1,595 more words

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Toronto Blue Jays president Paul Beeston wants playoff team, an All-Star Game, and is done answering questions on how Rogers treated him

TORONTO – Entering his final year on the job, Blue Jays president Paul Beeston is trying to bring another All-Star Game to Toronto, grow grass in the Rogers Centre and put a playoff team on the stadium’s new artificial turf. 719 more words

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Toronto Blue Jays president Paul Beeston says Rogers' hunt to replace him was 'rocky' period

TORONTO – For three months, Paul Beeston read almost-daily media accounts describing his employers’ crusade to get rid of him. During an hour-long radio interview on Tuesday, the Blue Jays president and CEO confirmed some of the essential details of that campaign, but repeatedly insisted that he has the full backing of his bosses at Rogers Communications. 688 more words

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Post Donaldson Trade, Blue Jays Remain Stagnant

The trade for Josh Donaldson back in November really put a spark in Blue Jays fans.

The acquisition of an MVP calibre third baseman for a package of players, including Brett Lawrie, seemed like enough to convince not only fans, but even members of the Jays organization, that ownership was all in with this group and would try to make a series of moves, attempting to put together a team that could potentially win the A.L. 616 more words

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