Found July 20, 2013 on Fox Sports:
Carlos Delgado said he's ''completely honored and flattered'' that the Toronto Blue Jays are adding him to their Level of Excellence. The Puerto Rican slugger, who hit 473 home runs in his 17 year career, will become the 10th person to have his name added to the facade inside Rogers Centre, in a ceremony before Sunday's game against the Tampa Bay Rays. Past recipients of the award include former AL MVP George Bell, 1993 World Series star Joe Carter and Hall of Famer Roberto Alomar. Delgado played parts of 12 seasons with the Blue Jays before signing as a free agent with the Florida Marlins in 2005. He remains Toronto's franchise leader in more than 10 offensive categories, including home runs, RBIs, doubles, runs and intentional walks.

Blue Jays' catcher J.P. Arencibia lashes out at Sportsnet analysts, pleading with the team ...

J.P. Arencibia is having a difficult season. Through 84 games, the 27-year old Toronto Blue Jays' catcher was hitting just .221 with an on-base percentage of .256 and a Major League-worst ten passed balls. The Blue Jays are slowly fading out of the American League wildcard picture and will need a Herculean effort in the unofficial second half of the season to get back in the...

Toronto Blue Jays: First half review

It’s been an entertaining first half for the Toronto Blue Jays despite the fact they’re below .500 and are last in the American League East standings At the beginning of the 2013 season, the Jays stumbled out of the gate with a 10-17 win-loss record in April. Toronto’s best record in the first half was 17-9 in June, including an 11 game winning streak that put the team over...

Expos fans try to make statement

Expos fans flooded the stands at Sunday's game between the Blue Jays and Rays to state their case for bringing a team back to Montreal.

Blue Jays' Cabrera activated off DL

The Blue Jays activated outfielder Melky Cabrera off the 15-day disabled list Sunday and optioned right-hander Neil Wagner to Triple-A Buffalo. The switch-hitting Cabrera started in left field and batted fifth Sunday against Tampa Bay. He'd been out for 18 games after landing on the disabled list June 27 with a sore left knee. A nine-year veteran, Cabrera was selected MVP of...

Jose Reyes took a pickoff attempt right square in the crotch (GIF)

After so much promise and hype in the spring, the 2013 season hasn’t quite turned out as hoped for Jose Reyes and the Toronto Blue Jays. Which makes this nutshot Reyes took on a pickoff attempt in the 5th inning of Sunday’s 4-3 loss to the Rays a perfect metaphor to the Jays’ season so far… Judging by Reyes reaction it’s safe to assume he wasn’t wearing a protective...

Reyes takes pick off throw to the groin

A sprained ankle cost Blue Jays shortstop 67 games earlier this year.  An errant pick off attempt from Rays starting pitcher Chris Archer cost Reyes a stomach ache and a few minutes to walk it off.  After a single in the fifth inning of Sunday’s game between the Rays and Blue Jays, Archer threw a pick off attempt out of the reach of Rays first baseman James Loney. Reyes should...

The Melkman Cometh: Toronto's Melky Cabrera returns to active roster

There was a momentary pause, followed by the obligatory spread of trade whispers after Melky Cabrera was pulled midway through a rehab game last night in Triple-A Buffalo. As Cabrera made his way into the Bisons dugout, packed his bags, and left for parts unknown it was not revealed until after the game that he would be returning promptly to the Blue Jays lineup. Out of action...

Cabrera Sharp In Second Bisons Rehab Appearance

Melky Cabrera looked sharp in his second rehab appearance in Buffalo on Saturday evening. The veteran outfielder went 2-2 with a sacrifice fly, driving in Anthony Gose in the bottom of the fifth before being pulled in the sixth for Munenori Kawasaki. Cabrera has been solid in two starts with the Bisons, going 3-5 with a sac-fly in five at-bats. One of Toronto’s big acquisitions...

Jose Reyes Takes One for the Team in the Family Jewels

Toronto Blue Jays short stop Jose Reyes has not been one of my favorite players in baseball ever since I took him with an early pick in my fantasy baseball draft a few years back and he only played a handful of games before getting hurt. However, after watching him make a play I have developed a new found respect for the man. james_in_to/Flickr It's a 1-1 game in the...
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