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MLB: [73-89] AL East
AAA: [79-64] Pacific Coast League – Las Vegas (IL Buffalo beginning 2013)
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A+: [78-55] Florida State League – Dunedin
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Anthony Gose (OF); Moises Sierra (OF); Drew Hutchison (RHP)The post 2013 Minor League Preview: Toronto Blue Jays appeared first on Fantasy Baseball Blog at Razzball.com.
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Tweet The Toronto Blue Jays revamped their roster this off-season by acquiring R.A. Dickey, Jose Reyes and many others. This has left them favored by many to win the AL East. However, they may be too busy fighting “space Pirates” to be worried about divisional championships. This video uploaded on Wednesday is entitled “Space Jays” [...]
Let’s look at the local media covering the TORONTO BLUE JAYS Newspaper- There are three newspapers that serve Toronto. The Globe and Mail has a sports section which has a special baseball section that includes coverage of the Blue Jays. Jeff Blair follows the team. The Star has a sports section that also devotes space to
Mark Buehrle allowed one run while pitching into the fourth inning, but Carlos Paulino lifted the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 5-4 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays on Wednesday with an RBI single in the 10th inning.
Paulino singled to center off reliever Tommy Hottovy, who hit two batters with pitches in the inning.
Buehrle gave up four hits and a walk in 3 2-3 innings.
The Toronto Blue Jays quickly warmed up on an unusually chilly day.
Josh Johnson allowed one run over three innings, Maicer Izturis had five RBIs and the Blue Jays routed the New York Yankees 17-5 on Thursday.
Johnson, coming off a start last Friday in which he retired all 11 batters he faced, gave up two hits and struck out five. The right-hander is part of a revamped Toronto...
8 a.m. ET: It’s no secret that the Toronto Blue Jays (7-8) are coming into the 2013 season with a completely new look as the beneficiaries of Miami Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria’s offseason firesale. MLB’s only Canadian team already had a core that included Edwin Encarnacion, Brett Lawrie and Jose Bautista, so Toronto figures to play a role in determining the outcome of the ultra...