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Tigers/Jays roundup: Castellanos hits homer in 5-4 win over Orioles

Blue Jays 4 Pirates 1

BRADENTON, Fla. — With six pitches in his repertoire including a newly minted sinker, Marcus Stroman has plenty of reasons to smile. 794 more words


Blue Jays Recap - March 3, 2015

The Blue Jays fell to the Pittsburgh Pirates 8-7 yesterday in their first game of Spring Training. Sanchez got the ball to start the game and immediately had to be on his toes fielding a hot line drive up the middle from the first batter of the game. 984 more words


Toronto Blue Jays, Major League players wrapping bats with colourful tape made by Ontario businessman

DUNEDIN, Fla. – A businessman from Ontario and a former Blue Jay have helped change the look and feel of big-league bat handles.

Increasingly, players are brightening their bats with specialized tape that comes in a rainbow of colours. 552 more words


From cycling to baseball, stylish grip tape growing in popularity

DUNEDIN, Fla. – The Tour de France is a long way from the Toronto Blue Jays’ spring training clubhouse. But a Utah-based company has managed to find a home in both places for its products. 454 more words


Jays vs. Pirates - March 3rd

Today was my first Spring Training game in Dunedin, Florida. The Jays hosted the Pirates at the Florida Auto Exchange Stadium in their Spring Training opener, but eventually fell short 8-7. 292 more words


Playing Pepper

As some of you may or may not know, this site Blue Jay Musings is a member of the Baseball Bloggers Alliance, every spring the site… 755 more words

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Toronto Blue Jays' Aaron Sanchez 'felt well' after first spring outing, which was his primary goal

DUNEDIN, Fla. – Naturally, Aaron Sanchez would have preferred to pitch a couple of crisp shutout innings. But this was the first game of the exhibition season, and Sanchez saw no cause for alarm in those ugly numbers next to his name in the box score. 224 more words