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ICYMI AUDIO: Dewayne Staats

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Tampa Bay Rays play by play voice Dewayne Staats is a guest on RSEN discussing the Rays and his book for charity, Position to Win… ORDER THE BOOK ON AMAZON QUANTUM LEAP FARM TAMPA BAY TIMES ARTICLE ON WRITE FIELD

First Pro Games

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Toronto’s 19th round pick John La Prise finally got into his first professional game on Saturday.  Drafted out of the University of Virginia in this years draft La Prise went 0-2 at the DH.  La Pries has been sidelined since he had hip surgery on April 1, 2015. Former minor league infielder with the Blue […]

Spinkles for Fisk

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Dunedin Blue Jay Conor Fisk got his first win for Class-A Dunedin Friday as they took down the Lakeland Flying Tigers 4-1.  Fisk went 5 1/3 innings allowing one run on six hits while walking one and striking out four.  Fisk is now 1-2 with a 5.95 ERA.  Brennan Smith took the loss for Lakeland […]

Stroman Sims 51 Pitches

Toronto Blue Jays right-hander Marcus Stroman went four up and downs on Friday in his second simulated game at the team’s Mattick Complex.  Reporting no problems afterwards Stroman threw a total of 51-pitches.  Stroman is slated to throw a side on Monday in preparation for his first rehab assignment on September 2nd with Class-A Lancing.

Rocket Fantasy Baseball

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Rocket Sports’ Fantasy 500 Our weekly look at some movers, shakers and difference-makers in the world of fantasy baseball. Note: all stats current as of close of play on August 27, 2015. Position designations are determined by Yahoo eligibility rules; check your league settings for eligibility requirements. The season is nearing the top of the […]

Flying Tigers Oh My, Beat Duendin

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DUNEDIN, FLA.–The Dunedin Blue Jays dropped a 9-8 decision to the Lakeland Flying Tigers Thursday night in the opening game of a three game series.  Dunedin starter Jeremy Gabryswski went 5 2/3 innings allowing six runs, five earned on eight hits while walking two and striking out three.  Leading the Jays offense were Anthony Alford […]

Showing the Guns

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Toronto Blue Jays RHP Marcus Stroman (left knee) works out on Thursday using his red restrictive strap on his left leg.  The strap forces the left leg to work harder to keep up with the right.  It’s allowing the left to make up for the time it wasn’t used after his knee surgery.  On Friday Stroman is scheduled […]

JAYS WIN, JAYS WIN!

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The GCL Blue Jays celebrate after taking the league’s Northwest title on Wednesday with a 10-7 win over the Yankees at their minor league complex.

@MStrooo6 continues Work

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Dunedin, Fla. – Yesterday Blue Jays’ Marcus Stroman continues to work making progress everyday.  Stroman has been out since spring training when he injured his ACL during pitcher fielding practice.  Dr. James Andrews performed the ACL surgery and all along the return date has been 2016. Stroman is schedule to pitch between 50 and 60 […]

Buck’s Bullpen Briefs

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  It was a busy week in major league bullpens, as we had a couple of closer changes and a few more shifts in bullpen hierarchies. At least one of the closer changes could be temporary in nature, but that doesn’t mean that an astute Fantasy manager can’t take advantage of the situation with some […]