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The A’s announced on Monday they picked up outfielder Casper Wells from the Blue Jays in exchange for cash considerations.
Wells was designated for assignment by the Jays on April 15 after they claimed him on April 10 from the Mariners, who had also DFA’ed him. Tough month for Wells.
Wells will become the A’s fourth outfielder and is expected to arrive in Boston on Tuesday. Outfielder Michael Taylor is probably going to be sent back to Triple-A to make room for Well. Taylor is batting 0-for-6 since being called up to replace Yoenis Cespedes when he was placed on the 15-day DL.
It appears Wells’ time with the A’s could be limited, though. Cespedes is due off the DL on Sunday and he’ll probably take Wells’ spot on the active roster. Wells does play all three outfield postions and has success against left-handers, but unless he can play in the middle infield, the A’s would have no room to keep him around. Because he’s is out of options, he’d need to clear waivers before the A’s can se...
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The Oakland Athletics have bought outfielder Casper Wells from the Toronto Blue Jays.
The A's transferred infielder Scott Sizemore to the 60-day disabled list Monday to clear a spot on the 40-man roster. Oakland will make a move to put Wells on the 25-man roster once he joins the team in Boston.
Wells spent spring training with Seattle but did not make the team. The Blue Jays...
MLB News: The Oakland Athletics acquired outfielder Casper Wells from the Toronto Blue Jays Monday for cash considerations. Wells, who was looked upon as a player with upside just a few short years ago is now with his third organization in just over two weeks. Don’t expect much from the 28-year old this season.
Fantasy Ramifications: Wells needs to settle into a team that gives...
The Oakland A's made another move to their active 25-man roster on Monday, acquiring OF Casper Wells from the Toronto Blue Jays for cash. Wells is out of options, so he will need to remain with the A's all season or be exposed to the waiver wire.
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Your browser does not support iframes.Toronto Blue Jays slugger Jose Bautista had a scary brush with potential injury Monday night in Baltimore.The incident came in the third inning when teammate Munenori Kawasaki fouled a pitch off into the Blue Jays dugout. This wasn't just any foul ball, though. It was a screaming missile that sent many players scattering in the dugout.Good...
I my last article, I commented on how well Munenori Kawasaki has played since coming in to filled the void left by Jose Reyes as he recovers from his ankle injury. Apparently, he has now become a favorite among Toronto Blue Jays fans. Imagine that.
As for the Blue Jays themselves, it was another disappointing weekend for them as they lost two out of three games to...
The Toronto Blue Jays a.k.a.” The Toronto terrible Jays”. What is happening to this team that was coming into this 2013 MLB Season with so much talk and expectations?
During the offseason, they were the mighty strong beneficiaries of that blockbuster trade, which they received many super stars from the Miami-dreadful-Marlins. The Blue Jays find themselves in dead last...
Blue Jays right-hander R.A. Dickey expects to make his scheduled start on Tuesday against the Orioles despite being bothered by soreness in his neck and back.
Dickey was forced to leave his last start on April 18 after throwing six shutout innings against the Chicago White Sox. The knuckleballer says he first experienced the injury in his previous start at Kansas City.
On Monday when the Jays played the O’s in at Camden Yards, Jose Bautista nearly got a free haircut courtesy of a Munenori Kawasaki foul ball. Check out the lightnign quick reflexes which saves Jose from quite the painful situation.
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Aaron Loup might be looking at the game winning single or glaring at Alexi Casilla. We’ll never know.
The Blue Jays are only 8-12. On pace for a record of not good. This one is tough though…I was going back and forth whether or not to file this one under rank relief. This wasn’t really too much of Aaron Loup’s fault, but he got the loss nonetheless. Let’s give quick...
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MLB News: The Toronto Blue Jays claimed left hander Aaron Laffey off of waivers from the New York Mets on Tuesday. He is expected to pich long relief.
Fantasy Ramifications: Laffey holds no fantasy value in 2013.
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