Blue Jays of Summer 2: back in Dunedin

By on February 20, 2012

John Farrell, second year manager of the Toronto Blue Jays met with the assembled media for the first time on Monday February 20, 2012 at Florida Auto Exchange Stadium. "I'm very happy, we already have 35 players in camp," said Farrell. Workouts for pitchers and catchers start Wednesday February 22, 2012. (Photo by Eddie Michels)

Eddie Michels on the scene as the Jays continue to roll in… manager Farrell addresses the media and spends time with son, young Jays run…  16 games back last year, can the Jays improve on that??… Rick Sassone says, “Doubtful”

Third baseman Brett Lawrie is looking to continue his assent in a positive way to manning the hot corner for the Toronto Blue Jays this season but he is taking a slow and metered approach. "It's just good to be here and kind of getting back at it," said Lawrie, "It's kind of exciting as we got a couple of plus guys for our bullpen and I think we did a good job of just staying on top of things. Things are looking very positive for us to go forward." The Blue Jays first official workout for pitchers and catchers is scheduled for Wednesday February 22. (Photo by Eddie Michels)

Family affair--Toronto Blue Jays manager John Farrell (left) has a bit of family time with his son Jeremy on Monday February 20, 2012 after they played catch at Florida Auto Exchange Stadium, Toronto's spring home. Jeremy went .260 with five homers and 38 RBI last season with the Pirates Double-A Eastern League affiliate in Altoona, Pa. (Photo by Eddie Michels)

(above) They run to get into shape these young four horseman of the Toronto Blue Jays staff at Florida Auto Exchange Stadium on Monday February 20, 2012. From left to right Right-handers Drew Hutchinson, Deck McGuire, Trystan Magnuson and Chad Jenkins legged it out on the warning track at the stadium. (Photo by Eddie Michels)

DUNEDIN, Fla.--Toronto outfielder Anthony Gose puts everything into his throws even when he is just playing catch Monday February 20, 2012. (Photo by Eddie Michels)

DUNEDIN, Fla.--RHP's Casey Janssen (L) and Jason Frasor (R) take a moment to exchange thoughts Monday February 20, 2012 during early workouts at the Blue Jays spring trainingstadium. (Photo by Eddie Michels)

DUNEDIN, Fla.–Major league home run champion Jose Bautista (L) and third base coach Brian Butterfield (R) take a break at the back of the batting cage during early workouts for the Toronto Blue Jays. 35-players are already in camp even though the pitchers and catchers first workout isn’t scheduled for Wednesday February 22. (Photo by Eddie Michels)
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