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Tolleson goes Yard

Steve Tolleson hits his third homer of the the spring (EDDIE MICHELSD PHOTO)

    Dunedin, Fla.– Steve Tolleson hit his third home run of the spring and the Blue Jays beat the crosstown spring time rival Philadelphia Phillies 4-1.  Tolleson’s home run came on a 2-2 pitch in the 8th inning off Philadelphia reliever Ken Giles.  Giles took the loss dropping to 1-1 on the spring. Aaron […]

AUDIO: Dugout View – Motus Global

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    Kris Dunn has a View from the Dugout  and in his Dugout View he discusses Motus Global.  Is this the solution to Tommy John Surgery??

Daniel “K” Norris

DANIEL NORRIS (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

    Sarasota, Fla. — Daniel Norris made a statement for being in the starting rotation this season.  Norris picked up the win (2-0) today as the Birds of the Great White North beat the Birds of the Capital District 5-2.  Norris pitched a stellar six innings yielding three hits, one run, fanning seven and […]

Yawkey Way vs. Bronx – Not what it used to Be

Jason Varitek & ARod fisticuffs (Dugout View photo)

  The biggest rivalry in all of sports has taken a hit in recent years. The rivalry between the Red Sox and Yankees has lacked drama and excitement since 2004. I understand that nothing will ever compare to the games played between 2003 and 2004, however, a Kentucky Mens Basketball practice in comparison, has started […]

BoSox Closer for Opening Day?

Koji-Uehara (Dugout View photo)

    Who will close games if Uehara is not ready for Opening Day? According to reports, there is an increased likelihood that Koji Uehara will not be ready for Opening Day. Lingering hamstring issues have detained the progress of the Red Sox closer. Uehara has not pitched since March 14 and isn’t scheduled to […]

Opening Day Line up for Johnson

Brain Johnson - (Dugout View photo)

  The Red Sox enter 2015 with a mixed bag of expectations. Many predict the Red Sox to win the division however, several feel the lack of a true-ace will prevent them from contending. One pitcher certainly making his case to break camp and head to Philadelphia on Opening Day is Brian Johnson. After a […]

A Buehrle of a Sighting

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EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO CATCHES A RARE GLIMPSE OF MARK BUEHRLE THIS SPRING

Cecil, Saunders, Action!

Michael Saunders (right knee) homers to right center field on a 2-2 pitch in a Class-A minor league game against Yankee farmhands on Tuesday. (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

Can’t keep them down long, Brett Cecil and Michael Saunders get in some live action with effectiveness… EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO

Don’t Sneeze! Musings from Jays Camp

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  DUNEDIN, Fla. — Kevin Pillar is bouncing back nicely form an oblique strain as he takes BP this morning.  It was reported that the strain came from an incident of Pillar sneezing.   A bigger hard luck break for the Blue Jays was losing Marcus Stroman for the year with a torn ACL.  Stroman […]

Ricky goes Live

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  Dunedin, Fla. — Former Toronto Blue Jays first round pick and previous opening day starter Rickey Romero faced his first live hitters this spring on Monday morning.  Romero (various injuries) threw all his pitches to a group of minor leaguers on the infamous Field One at the Mattick Complex.  After tossing his 30th pitch Romero […]