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Blue Jays still a "File and Trial" team

The Blue Jays were able to avoid salary arbitration with Darwin Barney, Aaron Loup, and Ezequiel Carrera, but were unable to come to an agreement with Marcus Stroman ahead of the Jan 13th deadline. With the offseason nearing completion, most MLB rosters are rounding into shape. One of the last considerations for the opening day roster is to get through salary arbitration, if the...
Via FOX Sports
26 days ago

Blue Jays avoid arbitration with reliever Aaron Loup

TORONTO (AP) The Toronto Blue Jays have reached a $1,125,000 deal for 2017 with left-hander Aaron Loup, avoiding arbitration. Toronto exchanged arbitration figures with right-hander Marcus Stroman. The team offered $3.1 million and Stroman asked for $3.4 million. Back from a torn knee ligament that sidelined him for most of 2015, Stroman was Toronto's opening day starter last...
Via Associated Press
January 13, 2017  |  Discuss

Blue Jays recall Schultz, designate Loup for assignment

The Toronto Blue Jays continued the long tradition of moving right-handed Bo Schultz between the major and minor league on Saturday morning as they recalled him from Triple-A to replace southpaw Aaron Loup. .@BlueJays recall RHP Bo Schultz from Triple-A Buffalo; designate LHP Aaron Loup for assignment. — MLBRosterMoves (@MLBRosterMoves) August 27, 2016 The 30-year-old […] The...
Via Today's Knuckleball
August 27, 2016

Blue Jays Designate Aaron Loup For Assignment

The Blue Jays have designated lefty Aaron Loup for assignment, Sportsnet’s Ben Nicholson-Smith tweets. The move clears space on the Jays’ active roster for righty Bo Schultz. Loup was once a fixture in the Jays’ bullpen, with a series of mostly successful seasons from 2012 through 2015, but he struggled with an elbow injury to start the 2016 season and hasn’t really made...
Via MLB Trade Rumors
August 27, 2016

Blue Jays option Aaron Sanchez, recall Aaron Loup

As the regular season comes to a close, the Toronto Blue Jays have begun taking measures to ensure that they’re rested and healthy for the postseason. That process began Sunday morning as the team optioned right-hander Aaron Sanchez down to Advanced Single-A Dunedin in order to skip his next turn in the rotation. In a corresponding […] The post Blue Jays option Aaron Sanchez...
Via Today's Knuckleball
August 21, 2016

Toronto Blue Jays option Aaron Sanchez to Single-A

The Toronto Blue Jays have made a relatively shocking move by optioning their young stud pitcher to Single-A and have recalled Aaron Loup. Toronto management has been discussing skipping some of Sanchez’s starts or sending him to the bullpen in order to preserve his arm, but it never seemed like they were going to send him down to the minors. Sanchez has been nothing short of dominant...
August 21, 2016  |  Discuss

Blue Jays recall Aaron Loup, place Ryan Goins on DL

Position players hurling some pitches from the mound be damned. The Toronto Blue Jays have recalled Aaron Loup. This is a direct result of the club placing Ryan Goins on the disabled list due to forearm tightness — after tossing a few pitches during a game. Darwin Barney and Goins — both not pitchers — took the mound during Friday afternoon’s marathon 2-1 loss to the Cleveland...
Via Today's Knuckleball
July 02, 2016

Blue Jays lefty almost back in the Loup

Aaron Loup nears return from spring training injury. Troy Tulowitzki plays it safe with quad injury.
Via Toronto Star
May 25, 2016

Blue Jays send Aaron Loup on rehab assignment

Starting on Saturday, Toronto Blue Jays left-handed pitcher Aaron Loup will begin his rehab assignment with the team’s Triple-A affiliate, the Buffalo Bisons. The Louisiana native didn’t see any action during spring training, after suffering a flexor strain in his left elbow. In an attempt to get back with the team, he began to start throwing again at the beginning of April...
Via Today's Knuckleball
May 21, 2016

Astros rally for 6-4 win over Blue Jays

HOUSTON (AP) Jonathan Villar's two-run double put Houston on top in a four-run seventh inning and the Astros beat the Toronto Blue Jays 6-4 on Thursday night. Rookie Preston Tucker's RBI double off Aaron Loup (1-2) with no outs in the seventh brought the Astros within 4-3. Villar's groundball double down the right field line scored two more to give Houston the lead. The Blue Jays...
Via Associated Press
May 14, 2015  |  Discuss

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