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Manager John Gibbons names the Jays rotation to start the season… SEE EDDIE MICHELS PHOTOS
Mark Buehrle and Brandon Morrow face AA and AAA Jays…. see Eddie Michels photos…
DUNEDIN, FLA.–A former infielder with the Mets back in the day Twins manager Ron Gardenhire does it all for the team as he is shown here throwing BP prior to their game against the Blue Jays on Saturday March 8, 2014. The Jays won 4-3 as Jose Bautista homered for the third time this spring. […]
DUNEDIN, FLA.–R. A. Dickey will get the spring home opening start for the Toronto Blue Jays tomorrow Thursday February 27, 2014. Brandon Morrow will follow him to the mound against the Philadelphia Phillies.
SPRING TRAINING REPORT DUNEDIN Dunedin, Fla. — Josh Thole, Brandon Morrow, Sergio Santos and Luis Perez are all looking to bounce back in 2014. While Tampa native Kenny Wilson would more than likely keep fast tracking.
Brandon Morrow has been diagnosed with an entrapped radial nerve in his right forearm. The diagnosis made by Dr. James Andrews yesterday is expected to keep the 6-3, 196 pound right-hander out for approximately six weeks. Morrow will begin a throwing program once soreness subsides. Morrow has made 10 starts for the Blue Jays […]
Are the Blue Jays flying from Dunedin? Plus Brandon Morrow, Johnathan Papelbon, Randy Boone photos
Dunedin, Fla.– Jays RHP Brandon Morrow throw long toss on Friday morning. On Sunday Morrow is scheduled to toss two innings of rehab in Dunedin with Jays as they take on the Rays club, the Charlotte Stone Crabs. Game time 6:30pm. For Morrow, this will be his first rehab start since going out June 1th […]
DUNEDIN, Fla.— Monday was supposed to be an off day for the Blue Jays but it was anything but as LHP Ricky Romero pitched and RHP Dustin McGowan didn’t. McGowan cut his start short in a minor league game on Sunday when he suffered what was later described as planters fasciitis in his right foot, […]
DUNEDIN, Fla.—On Thursday this week I wrote about what appeared to be a mental lapse by Toronto Blue Jays RHP Brandon Morrow in the fifth inning of the game against the Philadelphia Phillies. Well I have been informed that it only looked that way as it was a defensive move to bait the base runner […]