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MLB Trade Rumors: Los Angeles Angels' Brandon Wood to Toronto Blue Jays?

With news that the Los Angeles Angels have designated Brandon Wood for assignment earlier this week, the rumors regarding possible trade destinations have started to emerge.

According to John Paul Morosi of FOX Sports, Toronto could be a potential landing spot.

"The Toronto Blue Jays expressed interest in trading for infielder Brandon Wood as recently as this offseason, sources say.

Toronto Blue Jays: Manager John Farrell Creates "Uncomfortable Offense"

When John Farrell was hired to manage the Toronto Blue Jays, he knew that he wanted to change the way the team played.

Brett Cecil Has His Work Cut out for Him Against the Boston Red Sox

The Boston Red Sox are indeed struggling, but their matchup on Friday against Brett Cecil could be exactly what they are looking for. 

Brett Cecil, the Jays’ team leader in wins last year with 15, is a major cog in the “Hustle and Heart” campaign the club is running with, yet Cecil is struggling mightily with no explanation as to why. 

Carlos Delgado: Future Hall-of-Famer Officially Calls It a Career

Yes, Manny Ramirez announced his retirement over the weekend.

But Wednesday, another slugger officially announced his career was over—Carlos Delgado.

MLB.com reported that Delgado announced his retirement at a news conference in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Aaron Hill Generating Very Little for Toronto Blue Jays

One week into the regular season, and Aaron Hill’s numbers are on the egregious side; .259 SLG (ranks 302), and .207 OBP (ranks 350). 

Given that it is early, and granted he was a little behind his teammates in spring training due to injuries, those numbers are still an area of concern. 

With what Hill produced last season, a definite improvement is needed when considering Brett Lawrie is waiting in the wings in Las Vegas. 

Toronto Blue Jays: Surprising AL East Start Puts Them in Good Position for April

It has proved to be an interesting beginning for the AL East, with the Baltimore Orioles currently sitting at the top of the standings.  The Orioles have come out hitting with their newly improved batting lineup, and pitching surprisingly well with a rotation that was projected as the worst in the AL East.

It is, of course, only the first week of the season, but winning and losing streaks are important no matter when they happen.

Toronto Blue Jays: Alex Anthopoulos' Youth, Prime Time Ready!

The city of Toronto, from a sports perspective, has been swimming through quicksand for a long time.

General mangers of the city's major sports teams have tried to put together teams that will contend or at least make a playoff appearance. Evidently, they’ve been coming up short.

Toronto Blue Jays Week 1: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

The first week of the season is now over for the Toronto Blue Jays, who finish with a 4-2 record.

They took two of three games from both the Minnesota Twins and Oakland Athletics.

Toronto Blue Jays Outscore Minnesota Twins 22-8, Win 2 of 3 in Opening Weekend

It was a fantastic start to the season for the Toronto Blue Jays, and it could have been even better. The Jays started off their season with a three game series against the Minnesota Twins. The Twins won the American League Central last year and had the third most wins in the AL after the Tampa Bay Rays and the New York Yankees. 

The Twins are known for both their strong pitching and their consistent defensive play, but the Jays put both of those to the test with an offensive barrage in the first two games.

Toronto Blue Jays: Is Kyle Drabek the Future Face of the Franchise?

On December 16, 2009, the Toronto Blue Jays traded away their ace, Roy Halladay, to the Philadelphia Phillies for $6 million and three prospects: pitching prospect Kyle Drabek, catching prospect Travis D'Arnaud and outfield prospect Michael Taylor, who was immediately traded to the Oakland Athletics for Brett Wallace, now the starting first baseman for the Houston Astros.

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