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Great news for Brett Lawrie owners, as he returned to the field today and played 4 innings of extended spring training ball. The great news is that there were no reported setbacks and he went 2-2 with a walk in three at-bats. General Manager Alex Anthopoulos stated earlier this week that they would love Lawrie to log 20 at bats before he returns to the big league lineup. Expect Lawrie to continue to play daily so long as he responded well to his first outing, as there can be delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) that does not appear for 24-36 hours after a game/practice.
Lawrie could return as early as next Friday as the Blue Jays open a series with the division rival New York Yankees if all goes according to plan. His return couldn’t come soon enough for the slumping 3-6 Blue Jays, who need a boost to their underperforming lineup.
Last season, Lawrie hit .273/.324/.405 with 11 home runs, 48 RBIs, and 13 stolen bases in 125 games.
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Over the years, we've seen ball boys and ball girls at Major League Baseball games interferes with live balls but this is the first time that we've seen one interfere with a catch by a player. The moment happened during Friday's Toronto Blue Jays/Kansas City Royals as a Royals ball boy prevented Toronto outfielder Rajai Davis from making a catch: (Courtesy of CBS Sports)
So the bad luck continues to haunt the Toronto Blue Jays. Reyes was pulled from tonight's game after what appears to be a bad leg injury. Lot's of rumors going around about a possible broken ankle. STAY TUNED!MLB.com has the video but no direct link at the moment. CLICK HEREJose Reyes being carted off the field following an awkward slide. Looked pretty bad.— Eye...
Jose Reyes was carted off the field Friday night in Kansas City, and judging by reports, it did not look good for the Blue Jays shortstop.
Reyes attempted to slide into second base during the top of the sixth inning and turned his ankle awkwardly during the play. A very emotional and clearly in pain Reyes was then removed from the game.
The Blue Jays broadcast team mentioned that...
Toronto Blue Jays shortstop Jose Reyes had to be carted off
the field last night following a severe ankle injury, and the team has
announced that he could miss one to three months due to the sprain, according to
Mike Rutsey of The Toronto Sun.
Reyes sustained the injury while attempting to steal second
base during the sixth inning of last night’s contest against the...
Is it too early? Is it too cold? Or should the Toronto Blue Jays be concerned?
Let's put it this way: R.A. Dickey, Mark Buehrle and Josh Johnson -- the pitchers brought over from the National League to transform the Jays' rotation -- have started twice each. Their ERAs are, in order, 8.44, 10.24 and 11.05.
The Toronto rotation has a 7.59 ERA. That is the worst in the major...
Jose Reyes injured his ankle sliding into second base and was carted off the field. The shortstop is expected to miss at least a month.
The Blue Jays' Jose Reyes drove in a pair of runs before getting carted off in the sixth inning with a sprained left ankle, and Toronto beat the Kansas City Royals 8-4 on Friday night.
Reyes was attempting to steal second when he started his slide late. The four-time All-Star's left ankle twisted awkwardly beneath him as he slid over the bag, and trainers from both teams...
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The first 8 days of the Toronto Blue Jays 2013 regular season has provided fans with a roller-coaster ride of emotions. That ride continued on day 9 as the Blue Jays defeated the Detroit Tigers 8-6 on a day where the opening pitch was delayed more than two hours due to rain. With the temperature at a brisk 5 degrees...
A recent study revealed that the decline in the number of African-Americans playing baseball might not be as steep as originally believed. However, there are still fewer black players in the game today than there were from the 1970s through the 1990s.
This is the question MLB commissioner Bud Selig is seeking to answer . Selig announced on Wednesday that a task force has...
The fantasy team tackles various questions, including a couple that involve struggling Blue Jays R.A. Dickey and Edwin Encarnacion.
(AP) -- The revamped starting staff of the Toronto Blue Jays has been a major flop. In fact, its only win didn't come from one of their big-name newcomers.
It was turned in by No. 5 starter J.A. Happ, who looks to give Toronto a positive ending to a dismal run through the rotation and help prevent the Kansas City Royals from notching their best 10-game start in a decade Friday...
WP: Fister (2-0) LP: Johnson (0-1) DETROIT, Michigan – The Tigers brought their A game after a lack luster showing yesterday by defeating the Toronto Blue Jays 11-1 today at Comerica Park. Detroit tied a season high by hammering out 16 hits, including 3 each from Austin [...]