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Blue Jays Favoured to Sign Two Top International Amateur Prospects

On Friday morning MLB.com’s MLB Pipeline released their list of the top 30 international amateur prospects for this year’s July 2nd bonanza, and it turns out that the Blue Jays are in hot and heavy on a couple of the top names. Specifically, Brazilian right-hander Eric Pardinho (ranked #5), and Dominican infielder Miguel Hiraldo (17th)….

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Blue Jays Missing the Good Fortune That Powered Their ALCS Teams

After Marcus Stroman left Wednesday night’s Blue Jays game in New York, but before he assured reporters that he’d be making his next start, it seemed for a brief time that the number three pitcher in the club’s rotation was Mat Latos. Mat Latos! Mat fucking Latos! Now rather unceremoniously (though not incorrectly) designated for…

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Mat Latos Found D.O.A., Biagini To the Rotation (For Now), Sanchez Eased Off

Yes, the Mat Latos era has ended. God help us all, the Blue Jays are now beyond looking to Mat Latos for answers to their rotation’s injury problems. The club announced today that it has designated Latos for assignment, and have activated right-handed reliever Neil Ramirez in his place. The club has also claimed right-hander Cesar Valdez…

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Fowles: Holding Onto the Little Things

“There are no hopeless situations. Only people who think hopelessly.” –Jason Grilli, but I’m pretty sure someone else said that first. I don’t know about you, but I’m tired of feeling tired. Not that you’re in any way unaware, but the Blue Jays are currently 9-19, with the very worst record in the whole of…

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Series Preview: Back To The House of Horrors We Go

The only series win the Jays have this season came against the Rays. But that was at home in the friendly confines of Rogers Centre. This time they’ll face Tampa in the House of Horrors, a place where the Jays have a hell of a time.