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Aaron Sanchez hunkers down in Dunedin, wows Toronto Blue Jays with 'impressive' off-season training regimen

NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. — While Toronto Blue Jays management exited baseball’s winter meetings with plenty of work still to be done, Ross Atkins is hoping for improvements from several players already on the roster in 2017. 829 more words


Toronto Blue Jays, who struck gold with Joe Biagini, try for similar bounty with Rule 5 draftee Glenn Sparkman

The Toronto Blue Jays used their selection in the Rule 5 draft on Thursday to select right-handed pitcher Glenn Sparkman from the Royals farm system. 450 more words


Age? New CBA? Some theories on the apparently cool market for long-time Toronto Blue Jays Jose Bautista and Edwin Encarnacion

The Toronto Blue Jays and their newish management have been coolly dispassionate about the free agency of two of the more popular players in franchise history, which is not that surprising. 811 more words


Baltimore Orioles GM calls Jose Bautista a 'villain' and won't sign him

OXON HILL, Md. – Jose Bautista has long been booed whenever he’s played in Baltimore. Now, the free agent slugger wants the Orioles to consider signing him, and the team isn’t having any part of that. 447 more words


Orioles Won't Pursue Jose Bautista Because Baltimore Fans Don't Like Him

The Baltimore Orioles are in the market for a right fielder, but they’re not interested in one of the best available options.

Joey Rickard currently is the only right fielder on the O’s depth chart, and the 25-year-old played just 85 games last season after making his Major League Baseball debut on Opening Day. 228 more words

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Baltimore GM says Orioles don't want Jose Bautista because their fans don't like him, 'and rightly so'

If Baltimore general manager Dan Duquette is to be believed, the Orioles are making no attempt to sign the man who has hit more home runs than anyone in baseball since 2010 because their fans don’t like him. 523 more words


Scrappy Steve Pearce ready to hustle, 'play everywhere' and bat against lefties for Toronto Blue Jays

NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. — He has yet to be an everyday player in the majors, but Steve Pearce is ready to make Toronto Blue Jays fans know what they are getting. 751 more words