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Jays Paid the Price

Last year, David Price working on his four hit, ten strike-out, no walk gem at the Trop against Toronto. (photo by Kim Klement-US PRESSWIRE)

  It’s been a long time since 1993 and the Toronto Blue Jays feel the pressure.  1993 was the last post season appearance which so happened to be a World Series win. Can David Price help the Jays return to the playoff promise land? Will Alex Anthopoulos be in Toronto much longer? Stay tuned… below are […]

AUDIO: Hot Seat Anthopoulos?


  The Toronto Blue Jays pull a blockbuster today, but is Alex Anthopoulos feeling the heat.  Dugout View Kris Dunn breaks down this one in his Dugout View way… FORMER BLUE JAYS  


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Buck’s Bullpen Briefs 7-27-15

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While there were no closer changes last week, we did see plenty of movement in the bullpen hierarchies of several teams, and more figures to be on the way as the trade deadline approaches. For every trade action, there’s a potential reaction that can reap significant rewards for the knowledgeable and astute Fantasy owner….and that […]

Rocket Fantasy Baseball July 25, 2015


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 July 24, 2015. The MLB trade deadline is fast approaching, and already Scott Kazmir, Aramis Ramirez and former Marlins’ closer Steve Cishek have found themselves in […]


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Joba Chamberlain threw his second bullpen session at the Mattick Complex today since signing with the Toronto Blue Jays on Tuesday.  It’s not known yet when Chamberlain will appear in a game.

Joba and Vlady Jr.


  Former Yankees and Tigers hurler Joba Chamberlain is getting a look see by the Toronto Blue Jays at their Mattick minor league complex.  “He looks good,” said Toronto’s minor league pitching coordinator Rick Langford, “He’s straight down the middle and is locating all his pitches.”  As to how long he will be at the […]

Tortugas ride Romano’s 1 hit, 6 K Performance

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  RHP Sal Romano tossed seven innings of one hit shutout ball as the Daytona Tortugas completed a three game sweep over the Dunedin Blue Jays with a 7-1 win on Tuesday.  Romano struck out six as he improved his record to 6-4. RHP Sean Reid-Foley went just 4 2/3 innings on Tuesday as the Dunedin […]

Three Run 5th surges Tortugas to Win


  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E Daytona (50-44) 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 3 7 2 Dunedin (43-52) 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 10 2   Daytona Tortugas Player Pos AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO […]

Conner Greene

Dunedin Blue Jays RHP Conner Greene ran into trouble in the fifth inning Monday against the Daytona Tortudas and ended up taking the loss 3-2.  Greene allowed all three runs in the fifth while allowing a total six hits, walking one and striking out six over his five innings of work. EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO

    Solid first at home start for Conner, through the first four. I think, as a young pitcher in his first full year, it appeared to me that Conner ran a little low on fuel around the 5th inning. His body language / his entire demeanor was changed,  his fastball lost a few MPH […]