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Archive for December, 2011

Blue Jays sign Aaron Laffey

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The Blue Jays beefed up their bullpen on Friday, signing lefty reliever Aaron Laffey. In 47 relief appearances split between the Seattle Mariners and New York Yankees he posted a 3.88 ERA with a 3-2 ...

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Jays close to deal with Darren Oliver

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Evan Grant of the Dallas Morning News reports that the Blue Jays are close to a deal with free agent veteran reliever Darren Oliver. The 41-year-old lefty was lights out for the Texas Rangers the ...

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Blue Jay of the Week!

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The off-season has become much more quiet with the Winter Meetings completed long ago and most of the big name free agents signed to long term contracts.  Once again I’m going to stray away from ...

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VIDEO: 2011 Year in Review

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2011 Review: Jose Bautista powered the Blue Jays with 43 homers and 103 RBIs, while Ricky Romero won a career-high 15 games.

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My 5 Wishes for 2012

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The year 2011 produced some exciting moments for Blue Jays fans both on and off the field.  The debut of Brett Lawrie, Jose Bautistas’ MVP worthy season and now a step back into time the ...

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Blue Jay of the Week!

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I thought I would switch it up this week and profile a new player on the Blue Jays roster.  With so many more weeks until Spring Training and the regular season begin, I’m going to ...

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MLB.com Hot Stove: Blue Jays moving forward

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MLB.com’s Hot Stove crew breaks down where the Blue Jays turn next now that Yu Darvish will not be heading to Toronto.

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Jays in the hunt for Beltran

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Scott Miller of CBS sports is reporting that the Blue Jays are among five teams “in the mix” for the services of free agent outfielder Carlos Beltran. Beltran prefers the outfield but is open to ...

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A View From The Couch: Darvish Wrap-Up

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It was announced two nights ago that the Blue Jays did not win the bidding rights on Japanese pitcher Yu Darvish. The Texas Rangers won with a bid of $51.7 million for the right to ...

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Top 5: Baseballs to the groin

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We’re 1 day removed from the Nippon Ham Fighters announcing that the Texas Rangers have won the rights to negotiate with Yu Darvish, a major kick to the groin for Jays fans everywhere. After being ...

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