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Artificial Turf Wars Ep 92: A Spring in our Step

Episode 92 Greg, Josh, and Nick discuss the recent news from spring training. They take a look at the early returns from Aaron Sanchez and his recovery from blister issues, Anthony Alford’s hot start to the spring before getting hurt, Marcus Stroman’s return to mound work but losing the opening day starter nod, how areas of depth can or can’t help mitigate certain specific injuries...
Via BP Toronto
1 day ago

Aaron Sanchez Shares the Before and After of His Injured Finger

Have you ever wanted to see what Aaron Sanchez’ finger looks like before and after the blister issues that derailed his entire 2017 season? Yes, I realize Monday morning shortly after your breakfast has just settled isn’t an ideal time to bring this up. No, I’m not sure why I chose to share this, either. It’s one of those seemingly innocent injuries, but outsiders often dismiss blisters...
Via Blue Jay Hunter
4 days ago

WATCH: Why rest is the best course of action for Aaron Sanchez

Blue Jays pitching coach Pete Walker joins Baseball Central to discuss shutting down Aaron Sanchez, and why he’s confident that rest will fully heal the blister issue, allowing next year to be a totally different season.
Via SportsNetCanada
September 11, 2017  |  Discuss

WATCH: Sanchez: Blister again...right thing to do was catch it before it got worse

Toronto Blue Jays starter Aaron Sanchez talks about his start and the same frustration of having to deal with yet another blister.
Via SportsNetCanada
July 19, 2017  |  Discuss

The Ridiculousness of Aaron Sanchez’s Sinker

Aaron Sanchez was optioned to High-A Dunedin over the weekend, though of course that’s not indicative of his performance at work. Sanchez is a legitimate Cy Young contender this year, maybe even the frontrunner in the eyes of some, and while players typically get sent down to the minors because their organization doesn’t care much for what they’ve done on the field, Sanchez was optioned...
Via Fangraphs
August 22, 2016  |  Discuss

Aaron Sanchez: Here to Stay

 He may be leading the American League in walks, and causing no small amount of panic among Blue Jays fans, but one month into the season, it’s very clear that Aaron Sanchez is in Toronto’s rotation to stay. Brought up in July of last year in a bullpen role, Sanchez flourished with two pitches.  As a starter, and having to go through the lineup more than once, he’s had to rely on...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
May 11, 2015  |  Discuss

Projecting the Toronto Blue Jays 2015 bullpen

Last week, I made the bold prediction that Aaron Sanchez will begin the 2015 season in the Toronto Blue Jays’ starting rotation. Although in the short-term the bullpen may look better with Sanchez finishing off games (or at least being the go-to setup man), it doesn’t make sense for his long-term projection. So, with Sanchez out of the mix, how would the Jays’ bullpen look heading...
February 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Aaron Sanchez Has Arrived With The Toronto Blue Jays

Aaron Sanchez and Marcus Stroman are part of the young core of starting pitchers the Blue Jays have The Toronto Blue Jays bullpen and team as a whole added an extremely valuable piece to the major league ball club the other day when top prospect, Aaron Sanchez was called up to pitch out of the bullpen. Sanchez made his major league debut tonight (June 23rd) and looked amazing. Let...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
July 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Aaron Sanchez Makes Flawless Debut For Toronto Blue Jays

The long awaited Toronto Blue Jays debut of Aaron Sanchez finally came to fruition against the reigning World Series champion Boston Red Sox. Sanchez entered the-ball game in the top of the 7th inning with a one-run lead to face the meat of the Red Sox order. The former 1st rounder is regarded as a front of the rotation starter but the Jays decided to give the 22-year old his first...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
July 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Toronto Blue Jays Prospect Watch: Aaron Sanchez

With the 2013 First Year Player Draft starting on Thursday, we take a look at the current crop of prospects already fighting their way to the big league team, the Toronto Blue Jays. First up: Aaron Sanchez. Born in Barstow, CA, Sanchez is currently considered the Blue Jays’ number one prospect according to Baseball America and’s Jonathan Mayo. The twenty year-old possesses...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
June 05, 2013  |  Discuss

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