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Toronto Blue Jays: Possible Weaknesses Going into 2013

The Toronto Blue Jays are well on their way to a successful 2013 campaign.

At least, that's what the unbiased Vegas ratings are saying, honoring the Blue Jays as 8-1 favorites to bring the World Series back north of the border. 

General Manager Alex Anthopoulos has been pressured for years to make a significant move to bolster the team's chances.

Toronto Blue Jays Sign Laredo Lemurs Strikeout Artist Mike Benacka

The Toronto Blue Jays have shown once again that it doesn’t have to be a blockbuster deal to raise some eyebrows. 

Toronto Blue Jays: The Team with the Most to Prove in 2013

The Toronto Blue Jays are arguably the favorite to win the American League East.  

It's without doubt that they have had the most busy offseason of any team in Major League Baseball.

MLB Trade Rumors: Toronto Blue Jays Should Not Trade Emilio Bonifacio

With an offseason that has already rocketed the Toronto Blue Jays to the top of the baseball world, would anyone really be surprised if general manager Alex Anthopoulos was to pull off another move?

5 Blue Jays Hitters Primed to Have Bounce-Back Years in 2013

Alex Anthopoulos, Paul Beeston and Rogers and Bell Media this offseason have decided now is the time to go all-out and spend the necessary cash to compete in a tough AL East division.

Adding nearly $50 million in payroll this season, the Blue Jays are not only in the discussion for a playoff spot, but some are even pegging the Jays as American League favourites and a possible World Series team.

MLB Trade Rumors: R.A. Dickey Trade Would Solidify Toronto Blue Jays' Chances

It would appear the Toronto Blue Jays and New York Mets have agreed on players for an R.A. Dickey trade, but according to Jon Heyman of CBS, stranger things have happened than a trade like this falling through. 

Toronto Blue Jays: What Does It Mean to Have a Triple-A Team in Buffalo?

On Tuesday, the Toronto Blue Jays agreed to a two-year player development contract with the Buffalo Bisons of the International League (AAA). The players will leave Las Vegas and begin playing baseball in Buffalo as soon as next year. The contract runs through to 2014.

Toronto Blue Jays: 4 Players Who Must Step Up to Keep Their Playoff Hopes Alive

The Toronto Blue Jays have had a rough 2011 season. Three of their opening day starting position players are on the DL and another one is not with the team anymore. Their pitching staff has also been depleted by injuries.

Despite this, the team has still been able to be competitive. They sit two games under .500 at 53-55 and are just five games back of the second wild card spot.

Toronto Blue Jays Call Up Shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria

After yet another injury-riddled game, the Blue Jays have made yet another roster move. Only this time, it wasn't the wounded that were sent off. This time, it was the ineffectual that that were banished.

As a result of another poor outing, the Jays have demoted left-handed pitcher Brett Cecil from the Major League club. As the counter move, the team has recalled shortstop prospect Adeiny Hechavarria from the Las Vegas 51's, the club's AAA affiliate.

Toronto Blue Jays: Hechavarria Called Up, Cecil Demoted, Rasmus and Lawrie on DL

The Toronto Blue Jays have made big changes after a 15-inning marathon that resulted in a 5-4 loss to the Oakland Athletics. The A's walked off for a major league-best 13th time this year.


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