A good day for the affilaites with plenty of strong pitching performances. They went 4-3 today.HR Call: Francisco Pena (23), Orlando Calixte (9) Pine Tar Press Pitcher of the Day: Liam Hendriks 7.0 IP 7 H 2 R 0 BB 12 K Pine Tar Press Hitter of the Day: Pedro Ciriaco 4-5 2 R 2B 3B RBI Omaha Storm Chasers 4 Memphis Redbirds 3Recently acquired...
I don’t get it.
Dayton Moore, try as he may, just cant seem to please everyone.
On Monday, he traded Danny Valencia for an old backup catcher and a project AAA pitcher.
I like the trade. Don’t love it…but its so minor, honestly who cares?
Many feel that losing Danny Valencia means losing a good right handed hitter, which is true. There are always two sides to a coin however...
It is hardly the blockbuster that many fans were hoping for but the Toronto Blue Jays have made a deal in advance of Thursday’s non-waiver Major League Baseball trade deadline.
The Blue Jays have sent backup catcher Erik Kratz and pitcher Liam Hendriks, who were both playing in Triple-A for the Buffalo Bisons, to the Kansas City Royals in exchange for third baseman Danny Valencia...
BOSTON -- The Toronto Blue Jays have traded right-hander Liam Hendriks and catcher Erik Kratz to the Kansas City Royals for infielder Danny Valencia.
The deal between playoff contenders was announced as the Blue Jays were starting their game in Boston on Monday night.
The 29-year-old Valencia hit .282 with two home runs and 11 RBI in 36 games for Kansas City. He also has played for...
The Kansas City Royals have acquired right-handed pitcher Liam Hendriks from the Toronto Blue Jays, according to Ken Rosenthal of FoxSports.com. Catcher Erik Kratz is likely to headed to Kansas City as well, reports Shi Davidi of Sportsnet.com. Like what you're reading? Subscribe for daily updates!* indicates requiredEmail Address * Follow @sprtsrumoralert
The AL East-leading Toronto Blue Jays should be thrilled to be in Cincinnati. But anywhere other than New York would be just fine.
The Blue Jays are hoping a change of scenery can help them begin reversing a sluggish stretch Friday night in the opener of this three-game set with the Reds.
Toronto (41-33) has dropped nine of 12 after being swept in a three-game set by the New York...
I hope you didn’t put your brooms away yet folks, because the Blue Jays just swept the Tampa Bay Rays to make that three series sweeps in a row for the red hot squad from Canada.
Drew Hutchinson had a mediocre game on the mound in Game #1, as he gave up 5 runs on 7 hits in only 5 innings, but the deadly Jays’ offense allowed him to pick up the win in a...
After a rare day off yesterday (an unusually busy Wednesday night and Thursday morning prevented me from making picks at a reasonable time), we’re back with a Friday edition of our Daily DraftStreet Picks.
When we last spoke, I recommended a stack-free lineup that leveraged some good matchups against Toronto’s Liam Hendriks and Chicago’s Hector Noesi. Those plays didn’t work...
There are ground ball pitchers. And there are fly ball pitchers.
Liam Hendriks is a warning-track pitcher.
Blue Jays outfielders tracked down four drives on the track — two in spectacular fashion — as the Jays scored a walk-off 3-2 win in the ninth before only 17,309 fans at the Rogers Centre on Wednesday night.
The Jays won their ninth straight as Dioner Navarro opened the...
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As the Toronto Blue Jays continue to surge, the Tampa Bay Rays hope they're not in the midst of another significant rough stretch.
The Blue Jays can extend their season-high winning streak to nine Wednesday night with a three-game home sweep of the Rays.
Mark Buehrle endured a subpar outing but became the majors' first...
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The Toronto Blue Jays defeated the Oakland Athletics on Sunday afternoon to complete their second series sweep in a row. How can we not be excited right now? Even analyst Gregg Zaun sounds somewhat positive, which is extremely rare. The Jays are in first place in The American League East with a record of 29-22, finding themselves...
As the current leaders of the AL East, the Toronto Blue Jays took a chance when they added Liam Hendriks to the
Since the May 4, the Toronto Blue Jays have gone 15-5, and have climbed from last to first in the American League East. With a win Saturday, their fifth in a row, and a New York Yankees loss, the Jays now hold a two game lead in the division. A big reason for this streak has been the starting pitching. Over the last time through, a Jays starter has given up two or more runs only...
Beating this Oakland Athletics team is never easy and the Blue Jays had to work and sweat to get the job done on Friday night.
There were a number of Blue Jays that got the job done in style this game ,led by Liam Hendriks who was making his Jays debut.
The 25-year-old right-hander, who is a native of Perth, Australia, squared up against the A’s, the hottest team in the big leagues...
Some moves are being made in Toronto with Esmil Rogers being designated for assignment.
The 28 year-old had a 6.97 ERA and a 1.69 WHIP in 20.2 innings pitched.
According to Bleacher Report, the Blue Jays need to make room for Liam Hendriks. Roto World says Hendriks will be bumped up to face Oakland Friday.
The 25 year-old posted a 1.48 ERA with Triple-A Buffalo. Photo: Kelley L...
As expected, the Toronto Blue Jays will recall Liam Hendriks from triple-A Buffalo to fill the vacancy in their rotation but in a bit of a surprise the Aussie right-hander will start Friday’s series opener against the Oakland Athletics instead of Saturday.
The reason for that is the Blue Jays wanted to split Mark Buehrle and R.A. Dickey, who gets pushed back a day, and create...
There is speculation that the Toronto Blue Jays may call on 25-year old farm-hand Liam Hendriks to start Saturday’s contest against the league best Oakland Athletics. Hendriks has 28 MLB starts under his belt with the offensively challenged Minnesota Twins where he posted a career 2-13 record with an inflated 6.06 earned run average and 1.590 WHIP.
The native of Australia has...
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The Toronto Blue Jays have claimed pitcher Liam Hendriks off waivers from the Baltimore Orioles.
The Blue Jays announced the move Friday. Infielder Brent Morel was designated for assignment.
The 25-year-old Hendriks went 1-3 with a 6.85 ERA in 10 games last season with Minnesota. The right-hander from Australia is 2-13 with a 6.06 ERA in three season with the Twins.
Via AP on Fox
February 21, 2014
The Blue Jays announced that they've claimed right-hander Liam Hendriks off waivers from the Orioles and designated infielder Brent Morel for assignment to clear a 40-man roster spot.
The Chicago Cubs off season of discontent goes on, leaving several fans with a feeling of less than excitement. Moves being made that leave some fans scratching their heads and wondering just what the Cubs are doing with their time and money and one simple question..
With free agent signings of Tommy Hottovy, Liam Hendriks, Ryan Roberts, Ryan Kalish and John Baker to minor league...
CHICAGO (AP) -- The Chicago Cubs claimed Australian right-hander Liam Hendriks off waivers from the Minnesota Twins on Friday.
The 24-year-old Hendriks made 28 starts and two relief appearances with the Twins from 2011-13, going 2-13 with a 6.06 earned-run average. Last season, he was 1-3 with a 6.85 ERA in 10 games.
The Cubs finalized some deals that certainly were discussed over Winter Meetings and made a number of roster moves today.
First, they claimed 25-year old RHP Liam Hendriks off of waivers from the Minnesota Twins. He was a roster casualty with the Phil Hughes signing. While he has done nothing remotely good in 156 innings at the major league level, he's put up at the very least...
The Chicago Cubs claimed right-handed pitcher Liam Hendriks off waivers from the Minnesota Twins, the club announced on Friday.
Hendriks, 24, is 2-13 with a 6.06 ERA in his career in parts of three seasons with the Twins. He was originally signed by Minnesota as an undrafted free agent in 2007. In six minor league seasons he was 42-28 with a 2.99 ERA before making it to the big...
One-time rotation prospect Liam Hendriks was called on Friday night to mop up the mess that turned into the Minnesota Twins' 12-6 loss to the surging Cleveland Indians.
Instead of going through the motions as his team plays out a dismal season, the right-hander took the opportunity to have one of his best outings.
Sure, the scorecard shows he allowed five runs and eight hits...
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September 28, 2013