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The Toronto Blue Jays made the decision yesterday to pick up the 2014 options on  1B Adam Lind, utility man Mark DeRosa and closer Casey Janssen.  Jansen and Lind are expected back as part of the 2014 squad while DeRosa

Kevin Seitzer named hitting coach

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The Toronto Blue Jays have announced the hiring Kevin Seitzer as their new hitting coach today. Seizter takes over for the departed Chad Mottola who along with first base coach Dwayne Murphy,was let go following the disappointing 2013 season. Seitzer

R.A. Dickey Gold Glover

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R.A. Dickey won the  American League Gold Glove on Tuesday and became the first Toronto Blue Jays pitcher to win the award. Dickey had a 14-13 record with a 4.21 earned-run average and 177 strikeouts in his first season in

A very hard good-bye

Player Profile: Justin Nicholino

With the minor league season closing out for the most part today, (save for a few Blue Jays minor league teams in the playoffs), I wanted to drop in and say that this unfortunately will be my last season covering

Preparing for the playoffs. A look at the Vancouver Canadians

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It’s hard to call a minor league affiliate that is a few thousand miles from its MLB parent a natural fit, but that is the best description I can think of about Toronto’s relationship with Vancouver.  The Blue Jays have

Kevin Pillar, poise beyond his years

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They say he’s just a 4th outfielder, playing way off his talent line and a drop off is imminent, and yet except for a couple bumps in the road Kevin Pillar has maintained his crazy pace, of turning into an

Emilio exits, enter Pillar

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The Toronto Blue Jays completed a trade today that sent struggling utility man Emilio Bonifacio to the Kansas City Royals for cash considerations or a player to be named later. The speedy Bonifacio was acquired in the off-season as a

Kendall Graveman is finding success on and off the field

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While perusing through the Lansing game notes prior to Graveman’s professional debut in Lansing, I noticed one thing that told me we had something in common.  He was a Mechanical Engineering major and being an engineer myself, I was intrigued.