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Getz up, Goins goes


The Toronto Blue Jays have added second baseman Chris Getz to the roster today and the club optioned has infielder Ryan Goins to triple-A Buffalo. In order to create a spot on the 40-man roster for Getz the Blue Jays

He’s Back


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Injuries lead to roster moves

Houston Astros v Toronto Blue Jays

After tripping down the dugout steps in Sunday’s win over the Baltimore Orioles Maicer Izturis has been placed  on the 15-day disabled list with a sprained left knee. With Izturis hurt and starting shortstop Jose Reyes already on the DL the

Reyes to the DL


Toronto Blue Jays shortstop Jose Reyes is headed back to the disabled list after re-injuring his left hamstring in the first inning of the  team’s 9-2 Opening Day loss  to the  Tampa Bay Rays.  Reyes missed 5 Grapefruit League games with an

Opening Day is Here


One of the best days of the year is finally upon us! 2014 baseball opening day has arrived. The day when countless baseball fans come down with strange ailments that keep them from attending school or work. The Toronto Blue

Should the Jays sign A.J. Burnett?

Gone to the Yankees

I got into an interesting Twitter argument with some other Blue Jay bloggers earlier this week in regards to the value of A.J. Burnett.  The argument being that they thought Burnett would be a valuable signing for the Jays and

Halladay retires a Blue Jay

Roy's ready for Fantasy Baseball

Roy Halladay came back to where it all started today to bring it all to an end. The 36-year-old, two-time Cy Young award winner signed a 1 day contract with the Toronto Blue Jays and announced his retirement during a

Jays ink Navarro to a 2 year deal


The Toronto Blue Jays have reportedly inked catcher Dioner Navarro to a 2 year deal worth 8 million dollars pending a physical. The 29-year-old Navarro spent the past season with the Chicago Cubs batting .300 with a career-high 13 home runs