Posts Tagged ‘Toronto Blue Jays’
Blue Jays RHP Marcus Stroman threw off a mound for the first time on Tuesday since tearing his left ACL during PFP drills in spring training. Stroman also went through all the drills of the other rehab pitchers at the Mattick Complex including a couple of long tosses from close to 200-feet.
Dunedin Blue Jays lefty Shane Dawson picked up the win Monday night for the Dunedin Blue Jays. Dawson tossed 5 1/3 innings on Monday allowing two runs on six hits while walking three and striking out five. Canada was well represented as Dawson and his battery mate was fellow Canadian Mike Reeves while the base umpire […]
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 […]
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
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.
Blue Jays prospect Sean Reid-Foley went just three innings Friday night allowing four runs, three earned on three hits, The second round pick in the June 2014 draft walked four and struck out six. Reid-Foley did draw an interesting group of fans to the game as two of note were Phillies special assistant Charlie Manuel and […]
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DUNEDIN, FLA. –Toronto Blue Jays RHP Aaron Sanchez (lat) threw off a mound for the first time in almost a month on Wednesday at the team’s Mattick Complex. Sanchez threw 25-pitches having what appeared to be no problems. “Fine, pain free,” said Sanchez, “That’s the biggest thing so just kind of improve on that […]
The Toronto Blue Jays lost two-out-of-three games this weekend, against the Baltimore Orioles.
Above, Tom Robson made his second success start since Tommy John surgery last July 15th. Pitching against the Phillies extended spring squad on Saturday Robson went one inning allowing one hit while walking one and striking out one on 17-pitches with a consistent 91-92 MPH fastball. Below, Ajax, Ont. native Sean Ratcliffe pitches in an […]