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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 […]
Can’t keep them down long, Brett Cecil and Michael Saunders get in some live action with effectiveness… EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO
Dunedin, Fla. — Blue Jays LHP Brett Cecil faced live hitters for the first time in about three-plus weeks on Saturday during a Triple-A game at the Mattick Complex. Cecil went one inning allowing one run on two hits and struck out one on 15-pitches, 12 for strikes. Everything felt great I threw […]
Dunedin, Fla. – Yesterday Brett Cecil threw his first bullpen session and it looks very promising Cecil will be ready for opening day. A couple more bullpen sessions this week and maybe game action on Saturday versus the Philadelphia Phillies in Clearwater.
Dunedin, Fla. — Brett Cecil will start throwing tomorrow and be ready for opening day. AND AN ODD AND END FROM EDDIE MICHELS…
Wow! 38th Spring Training in Dunedin… Brett Cecil on closers role and Daniel Norris… a Gillette commercial?
You don’t have to look far in Dunedin to see Spring Training 2015 is getting closer… Eddie Michels working hard for Rocket Sports & Entertainment Network catches the activity…. SEE PHOTO GALLERY HERE…
The Toronto Blue Jays have agreed to terms on 2014 contracts and avoided salary arbitration with pitcher Brett Cecil and outfielder Colby Rasmus.
2013 BLUE JAYS BBWAA AWARD WINNERS The Toronto chapter of the Baseball Writers’ Association of America held their annual vote for 2013 awards. First baseman/DH Edwin Ecarnacion was the unanimous choice for the Neil MacCarl Award as Player of the Year, his 2nd consecutive season earning the honor. Right handed pitcher Casey Jassen also was named a back-to-back winner being […]
Jays only use two pitchers in final Dunedin spring game; Alvarez 4 innings and Drabek 5 inning…