Posted November 17, 2011 on
During Hot Stove season there is a never-ending supply of rumors about trade and free agent signings. It is usually the big time journalists that gets the word before everyone else. But every once in awhile a tip will come to a smaller blogging outfit that turns out to be true. That may be the case in regards to the recent rumor that Jose Molina has signed with the Rays.
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A blast from the past? Most certainly. The Blue Jays have unveiled their new logo for the 2012 season; but I wouldn’t say new. Think back to the early 90′s where the Jays had immense talent, a winning culture and of course two world series titles! I think this is a fantastic decision by the organization and hopefully it can translate back into that “bringing home the bacon”...
Toronto Blue Jays veteran catcher Jose Molina is close to signing a one-year deal with the AL East rival Tampa Bay Rays.
While finacial terms were not disclosed, Fox Sports reported that the deal will also have an option for the 2013 season.
The defensive-minded Molina, 36, sported a .281 average with three homers in 55 games last season.
Ha! Get it? I know, I know, it’s kind of weak joke but when you think about it, it’s absolutely true: the Toronto Blue Jays logo is new and old, as it somewhat resembles the one the team used from 1977-1996. What? Did you think I was referring to something else as a weak joke? [...]
On a day when the Blue Jays adopted a familiar-looking "new" logo, here are some news items to carry us into the weekend....
If the Astros fire Brad Mills, Jon Paul Morosi of FOX Sports believes Mills could reunite with Terry Francona as the latter's bench coach for a future managing vacancy. Morosi also lists Rangers executives A.J. Preller and Thad Levine and...
The Blue Jays lost catcher Brian Jeroloman and right-hander Cole Kimball on waivers Friday afternoon.
The Pirates claimed catcher Brian Jeroloman and righty Jeremy Hefner off waivers Friday and outrighted catcher Matt Pagnozzi to bring their 40-man roster to 36 ahead of the midnight ET deadline to set rosters.
The Pirates claimed right-hander Jeremy Hefner and catcher Brian Jeroloman off waivers Friday and sent catcher Matt Pagnozzi outright to Class AAA Indianapolis.