Blue Jays release left-hander Morales
The short-lived Franklin Morales era in Toronto has officially come to an end after the Blue Jays announced on...
Travis becoming all-around player for Blue Jays
In only his second Major League season, Devon Travis has shown a knack for delivering the big hit with...
Pillar lands on DL; Blue Jays recall Ceciliani
The Toronto Blue Jays placed outfielder Kevin Pillar on the 15-day disabled list with a sprained left thumb on...
2014 Blue Jays in Review – Mark Buehrle

As our look at the 2014 Jays continues, today, we’ll look back at the season of one of the most consistent figures in the game, Mark Buerhle.

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2014 Blue Jays In Review – Third Base

The Jays entered the season with Brett Lawrie as their legitimate third baseman. Unfortunately, injuries limited him to only 70 games this season, and not every game he played was as a third baseman. Here’s a breakdown of all of the men who started games at third for the Blue Jays.

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Centre Field Opening

Centre Field Opening

Articles September 3, 2014 3

If you haven’t read John Lott’s piece on Colby Rasmus, you should. In it, #28 explains how he was told that his playing time would be reduced, and other youngsters would be seeing more playing time in September.

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Seeds & Droppings V

Seeds & Droppings V

Articles September 2, 2014 4

This alphabetical phenomenon rarely occurs in major league baseball. The rarity is the movement of a young prospect from level ‘A’ at the commencement of a given season to ‘AA’ ball, through ‘AAA’ all the way to the parent club, in this case to becoming a ‘J’…a Toronto Blue Jay, before the season’s end!

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Blue Jays’ Offence Month by Month

The offence for the Blue Jays has been up and down all season long. It has been a roller coaster ride, from the offensive outburst in May to the struggles of August. Throughout the season, the team has displayed its power, with several players having hit double-digit home runs.

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Jays Free Agent List 2014-15: Tough Decisions Ahead

While the hunt to the playoffs is not over, Toronto will find out in the coming weeks whether or not their group has what it takes to get back into the picture. However, looking into the future, what will Toronto’s team look like as early as next season?

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STANDINGS/RESULTS

 Team W L % GB STRK
NEW YORK 40 32 .556 - 1
BOSTON 41 33 .554 - 1
TAMPA BAY 40 37 .519 2.5 1
BALTIMORE 36 38 .486 5.0 1
TORONTO 35 39 .473 6.0 3

This game was played on 2017-06-24.
 Home Away Game Record
3 2 74 35-39
FINAL - Streak: 3 Losses
W: Vargas, L: Herrera, SV: Estrada
Time: ? - Attendance: 26,938
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