Found January 13, 2012 on Batter's Box:
Jays left fielder Eric Thames is part of the team's Winter Tour that is sweeping through Eastern Canada this week to spread the Blue Jays gospel.  He had a few interesting things to say during an interview on TSN 1050 in Toronto Thursday afternoon. Eric Thames batted .262./.313/.456 with 12 home runs, 24 doubles, five triples and 37 RBI over 95 games with Toronto in 2011.On Cybulski & Company Thursday, Thames made the following comments: He is not sure why the pronunciation of his last name is different from fellow major leaguer Marcus Thames, believes it may have to do with the latter's Mississippi roots. He believes he will win the left field job and is not worried about the competition (that's the way it is every year) Has been working on his swing and his defence Plans on using a lighter bat by going to one that is 34 inches and 31 ounces instead of the 34" 34 oz. bat he used last season Feels the lighter bat will give him a quicker swing, mor...

10 Photos - Jays vs Rangers July 31/2011

Today's POTD features the game played on Roberto Alomar Hall of Fame Day at the Dome. Colby Rasmus takes a first inning pitch that Rangers catcher Taylor Teagarden tries to snare......but it glances off his glove.  No one was on base at the time and Rasmus would eventually strike out to go 0-for-13 as a Blue Jays.  However, things would get better for the former Cardinal on...

Ricky Romero Player Projection No. 91

Key Stats: For two seasons in 2009 and 2010, Ricky Romero demonstrated that he was capable of being a dominating force in fantasy baseball. In June of 2009, he was the 38th best player according to Yahoo and in April of 2010 he was also the 38th best player in that month. Romero's problem has been that he has not been able to establish consistent success. He did make very subtle...

Toronto depending on Cecil, Rasmus

The 2011 season is likely one that Colby Rasmus and Brett Cecil would like to forget. They can go a long way toward keeping last year in the past by displaying in 2012 the progress that the Blue Jays expect of each.
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