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Toronto Blue Jays

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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.

Toronto Blue Jays Expect Brandon Morrow to Land on DL

Brandon Morrow has been dominant this season but is in a bit of trouble once again after leaving his start after nine pitches on Monday night.

Toronto Blue Jays: Top 20 Prospects Report, June Edition

Last month, I decided to begin a series that would follow the Toronto Blue Jays' top prospects on their journey through the 2012 professional baseball season.

Since it's about two months into the minor league season, it's time to take our second look at how each of the Blue Jays' top youngsters are faring in the minors.

Guide to the Toronto Blue Jays Stealing the AL East Title

One thing that the Toronto Blue Jays have shown this season is that they are consistently inconsistent.  On occasion they have looked like a team equipped to raise their play to a new level—only to follow it up with disappointing stretches against teams they should beat (teams worse than .500) or fall short against teams they are competing with for a playoff spot. 

They also haven’t been able to get on a roll.  As of May 23, they have gone on five winning streaks of two or more games followed by losing streaks of two or more games.

5 Benefits Vladimir Guerrero Could Provide the Blue Jays in a Pennant Race

The signing of Vladimir Guerrero comes as a low-risk/high-reward move for the Toronto Blue Jays.  He was signed to a one-year deal worth $1.3 million, which will be prorated based on his time with the club this season. 

At 37 years of age, it remains to be seen how much Vladdy has to offer.

He is probably Hall of Fame bound as he is a career .318 hitter with 449 home runs and 1,496 RBI. 

Toronto Blue Jays: Keys to Victory Against the Oakland Athletics

After splitting a lengthy four-game series in Anaheim against the Angels, the Blue Jays will jet off to Oakland to continue their 10-game road trip (which will wrap up this weekend in Minnesota).

The Jays will head into tonight's series opener with a record of 16-13, while the A's are 15-14.

Kyle Drabek: Toronto Blue Jays Righty Lighting Up the Mound in 2012

Toronto Blue Jays starting pitcher Kyle Drabek has turned things around and is having a great 2012 season on the mound.

After struggling through 2011 for Toronto and then being demoted to Triple-A Las Vegas after going 4-5 with a 5.70 ERA in 14 starts, Drabek is a new pitcher with superior control.

Toronto Blue Jays: 6 Ways to Fix Awful 2012 Attendance Numbers

Currently, the Toronto Blue Jays are holding down the second wild card spot in the American League. The New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox and Los Angeles Angels have all had rough starts and might not have the season most people thought they would. That would leave room for a few teams—like the Blue Jays—to sneak up in the standings.

Toronto Blue Jays: What the Jays Can Do to Solidify Their Rotation

The Toronto Blue Jays are off to a fine start to their 2012 regular season.

Sitting third in the division with a 15-11 record through 26 games, the Jays have been impressive through April and early May.

But does the current roster have enough starting pitching to compete all season long? Probably not. The Jays have a rotation stacked with young pitchers who have an incredibly high ceiling, but they don't have a legitimate fifth starter at the moment.

Toronto Blue Jays: Do They Need a New Stadium South of the Border?

The Toronto Blue Jays are a team on the rise and appear to be on the verge of taking the next step in arguably the toughest division in baseball.  


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