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Lawrie back with Toronto

The Toronto Blue Jays have returned infielder Brett Lawrie from his medical rehabilitation assignment in Dunedin of the Florida State League (A) and have activated him from the 15-day disabled list.  Lawire will fill the roster spot of Steve Tolleson who has been placed on the paternity list. Lawrie  appeared in three games with Dunedin batting .400 (4-10) while rehabbing from […]

Lawrie, Gillespie and Osuna First Rehab starts in Dunedin

(EDDIE MICHELS/PHOTO)

DUNEDIN, FLA.–Toronto Blue Jays 2B/3B Brett Lawrie (broken right index finger) played in his first rehab start for Class-A Dunedin on Friday August 1, 2014.  Lawrie went 1-3 with a walk and two strike outs while scoring two runs.  He played errorless ball at second.  As to how long he will be in Dunedin Lawrie said […]

Who’s Whip? A. Lawire B. Ecarnacion C. Lawrie

Who's whip is this?     A. Lawrie  B. Encarnacion C. Lind  ( shhhh It's B ) (Eddie Michels/Photo)

Eddie Michels Catches up with Lawrie and Morrow

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DUNEDIN, FLA.– Eddie Michels was on the rehab assignment once again in Dunedin, Florida and he caught up with Brett Lawrie and Brandon Morrow.  Third baseman Brett Lawrie (fractured right index finger) started his rehab yesterday at the team’s Mattick Complex with a session of long toss.  Lawrie then took ground balls at third on the […]

Taking One for the Team: Ker-Plunk!

(EDDIE MICHELS / PHOTO)

See EDDIE MICHELS’ sequential photos of the Edwin Encaracion HBP…

Springtime for Blue Jays

and makes the throw (EDDIE MICHELS/PHOTO)

DUNEDIN, FLA.–Above,Blue Jays manager John Gibbons met with the media on the First Day of Spring today and was ask about RHP Dustin McGowan.  “We really want to stretch him out a couple of innings in the pen,” said Gibbons making the off injured hurler a long reliever.  McGowan has spent the better part of […]

JOEY BATS goes Yard Twice

JOEY BATS goes Yard Twice

Dunedin, Fla. — Toronto Blue Jays right fielder Jose Bautista connects on the first pitch he sees in the bottom of the third from the Philadelphia Phillies Roberto Hernandez for a two run homer off the scoreboard in left center.  The homer ignited a four run inning propelling the Jays to an 11-6 Grapefruit League […]

Rays-Jays-Vet Great Spring Day in Dunedin

Rays-Jays-Vet Great Spring Day in Dunedin

DUNEDIN, FLA.–Throwing out the ceremonial first pitch prior to Wednesday’s Tampa Bay Rays/Toronto Blue Jays game was World War Two Veteran David Johnston.  The 97-year old native of Brooklyn threw a strike to get the Rays 5-4 win off to a good start.  Johnston served in the European Theater of Operations including the Battle of […]

Eddie’s Spring Weekend Update

Eddie’s Spring Weekend Update

DUNEDIN, FLA.– Spring Training is in full swing, here’s some of the weekend’s action.  after a 12-2 loss to Minnesota today, the Jays are 3-3.      

Gibby on Challenges – Collisions

Gibby on Challenges – Collisions

DUNEDIN, FLA.–Toronto Manager John Gibbons met the press as he always does after workouts stating “I don’t know if you mess with the game to much you have problems.”  This was in reference to the challenges during a game’s first six innings and plays at the plate.  “Right now they are trying to stop the […]