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The Toronto Blue Jays have activated first baseman Adam Lind from the paternity leave list. FFLockerRoom congratulates the Lind family for a job well done and we hope that baby, mother and father are all doing well.
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When shortstop Jose Reyes initially suffered his ankle injury earlier this month, the Toronto Blue Jays estimated that he'd miss one to three months of action. While Reyes believes he'll be able to return in June, general manager Alex Anthopoulos told Shi Davidi of Sportsnet that he expects the earliest the shortstop will be back is early July.
“He will tell you...
The Toronto Blue Jays purchased the contract of right handed pitcher Justin Germano from Triple-A Las Vegas Saturday. He has been horrible in the minor leagues this year and has a career 5.27 ERA in the majors in over 322 innings pitched. Considering that he is now 30-years-old, he is most likely just a mop-up man to take the pressure off of their overworked bullpen arms.
The Toronto Blue Jays have optioned right handed pitcher Brad Lincoln to Triple-A Buffalo after deciding to keep Justin Germano on the active roster. Lincoln has a shot at making it back later on in the year.
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The Toronto Blue Jays designated pitcher Aaron Laffey for assignment last weekend. After clearing waivers Laffey rejected a minor league assignment and has become a free agent.
Laffey, 28, has allowed 10 runs in 12 2/3 innings of work this year.
The Blue Jays originally claimed Laffey off of waiver from the New York Mets. Subbing for Josh Johnson the left hander lasted just 2 2/3...
It’s been two years since the St. Louis Cardinals suddenly dealt former uber-prospect Colby Rasmus to the Toronto Blue Jays mid-season for a host of pieces in return. And in the two years since that deal, the value of what’s come of the trade is still very much undetermined. There are some that say the deal was what sealed the 2011 World Series win, while others feel it was a...
The Toronto Blue Jays have gained some attention as they have claimed several players off waivers since the season started. All teams use waivers as a measurement of the talent they have on the bottom part of their 40 man roster. If a player removed from another team can help a team, it is the reason players are claimed. All teams have interest in upgrading their rosters. The Jays...
Before the season season started, members of our staff took a shot at prognosticating the season, despite the fact that we all know You Can’t Predict Baseball. Of the 31 authors who participated, 15 of them — myself included — selected the Blue Jays as the favorites to win the AL East, and nine of the 16 who didn’t pick Toronto to win their division had them as a wild card...
R.A. Dickey had just been rocked by Lyle Overbay's two-run homer as the Toronto Blue Jays knuckleballer got ready to throw one of his gimmicky pitches to the next batter. In the New York Yankees bullpen, David Robertson — who had just caught Overbay's dinger — was warming up to preserve the 3-2 Yankees lead.
Out in front of the dugout was that next batter — Eduardo...
Lyle Overbay sent a knuckleball from R.A. Dickey into the right field bullpen for a go-ahead, two-run homer in the seventh inning that was caught on the fly by Yankees reliever David Robertson, and New York beat the Toronto Blue Jays 3-2 Sunday for a four-game sweep.
Brennan Boesch homered in the second off Dickey (2-4), pitching in New York for the first time since getting his...
Note: Pitching matchups are subject to change
Tuesday April 30 @ 7:07 PM
Jon Lester, LHP (4-0, 2.27) vs Brandon Morrow, RHP (0-2, 5.27)
TV: NESN, MLB.tv
Radio: Red Sox Radio Network, MLB Gameday Audio
Wednesday, May 1 @ 7:07 PM
Clay Buchholz, RHP (5-0, 1.19) vs Mark Buehrle, LHP (1-1, 6.35)
TV: NESN, MLB.tv
Radio: Red Sox Radio Network, MLB Gameday...
by Jan-Christian Sorensen
Red Sox manager John Farrell’s focus is crystal-clear.
So is his mission: a return to normalcy for the front office, players, coaches and innumerable constituents of the Nation.
After a tempestuous nor’easter of a 2012 season that saw the Sox founder to the bottom of the AL East abyss, Farrell has led a spirited recovery effort to right the ship,...