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Twitter Quickies: Yu Darvish bonanza


The bidding on Japanese pitcher Yu Darvish closed late yesterday afternoon.  The Blue Jays are rumored front-runners along with the Texas Rangers.  Here’s what Twitter’s saying: Evan Grant  @Evan_P_Grant The “buzz” is that Toronto had ...

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Twitter Quickies: Francisco a set up for another trade?

Blue Jays outfielder Travis Snider talks to a coach at their spring training facility in Dunedin

Here are some Twitter Quickies for Monday.  Many speculating another trade is in the works as the Blue Jays have a crowded outfield. Wilnerness590Mike Wilner Tough to see Francisco acq. isn’t specifically to set up ...

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Twitter Quickies: Mets land Rauch and Francisco

Mets land Francisco & Rauch

Here is today’s Twitter quickies from the final day of winter meetings in Dallas. Wilnerness590Mike Wilner Farrell says Henderson Alvarez comes to Spring Training with a spot in the rotation to lose. ShiDavidiShi Davidi Opinion ...

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Twitter Quickies: Winter Meetings

Kelly Johnson

Some quickies out of MLB’s Winter Meetings in Dallas, TX: @gregorMLB Gregor Chisholm “#BlueJays unlikely to make move for a 2B until Johnson makes decision on whether to accept arbitration. Deadline is Tuesday night. @MikeDiGiovanna ...

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Darvish could still be an option


Fox Sports’ Ken Rosenthal tweets: “Some teams see Darvish as best avail SP outside of trade. #BlueJays‘ Anthopoulos and #Rangers‘ Daniels saw him in Japan this season. #MLB“ Jon Morosi, also of Fox Sports weighed in on the ...

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Jays open to moving Cooper


“#bluejays open to moving pcl batting champ david cooper (.364), who’s blocked at 1b by lind (who’s tied to tor thru ’16)” tweets @SI_JonHeyman @Ken_Rosenthal tweets an interesting note regarding Manager John Farrel’s contract status: ...

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Blue Jays still open to signing Johnson


Jon Paul Morosi of FOX Sports tweets the Blue Jays are still open to bringing back Kelly Johnson for the 2012 season.

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