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Blue Jays pitchers stay strong, bats disappear in series loss to Orioles

After a confusingly mediocre first series against the Detroit Tigers, the Blue Jays hoped to bounce back against the cellar-dwelling Baltimore Orioles in a mid-week three-game tilt at Rogers Centre. Unfortunately for them, the Orioles, boasting the suddenly superhuman arms of David Hess and Andrew Cashner, deadened the Blue Jays’ bats and were able to…

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Atkins discusses locking up Vlad long-term

The Blue Jays GM appeared on Sportsnet’s Starting Lineup radio show to discuss the start of the season and the current status of the team. Taking into account how some teams are treating their young players, of course Vladimir Guerrero Jr. was brought up.

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What’s next?

So, I’m not sure if you heard the big news yet? But, yes, it has been six weeks since my last dumb cigarette. Every Jays fan is talking about it. It’s trending on Twitter and even in the internet ghost town known as Facebook. I’ve been the talk of the town. I’m not going to…

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Remembering Kevin Pillar’s best catches as a Blue Jay

Kevin Pillar isn’t the fastest centre fielder in the world. What he lacks in speed, he makes up for with reckless abandon. He doesn’t glide over the turf and make catches look effortless like Devon White or Vernon Wells did. Pillar put himself on the map by crashing into walls and leaving his feet when…