Eddie Michels Dunedin Report: Early Arrivals

By on February 14, 2015

 

The start comes from Marcus Stroman (pictured) and the stop(er) will come from Aaron Sanchez as rumored in Blue Jays circles.  So far this early spring the two leave the club house together, play long toss together then throw bullpen sessions together about three pitching rubbers apart. (EDDIE MICHELS/PHOTO)

The start comes from Marcus Stroman (pictured) and the stop(er) will come from Aaron Sanchez as rumored in Blue Jays circles. So far this early spring the two leave the club house together, play long toss together then throw bullpen sessions together about three pitching rubbers apart. (EDDIE MICHELS/PHOTO)

Closer? The California Kid, the Beast of Barstow, Aaron Sanchez (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

Closer? The California Kid, the Beast of Barstow, Aaron Sanchez (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

Aaron Sanchez the stop(er)/closer if you want to call him that throws his bullpen session on Friday the 13th just to Marcus Stroman’s right at the Mattick Complex.

Second baseman Devon Travis makes the turn for two at second on Friday February 13th on the half field at the Blue Jays Mattick Complex.  The Blue Jays acquired Travis from the Detroit Tigers in the trade for outfielder Anthony Gose this past off season. (EDDIE MICHELS/PHOTO)

Second baseman Devon Travis makes the turn for two at second on Friday February 13th on the half field at the Blue Jays Mattick Complex. The Blue Jays acquired Travis from the Detroit Tigers in the trade for outfielder Anthony Gose this past off season. (EDDIE MICHELS/PHOTO)

Mississauga, Ontario native Dalton Pompey  (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

Mississauga, Ontario native Dalton Pompey (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

Michael Saunders and Dalton Pompey watch as other early arrivals for the Toronto Blue Jays take batting practice in the cage at the Mattick Complex.  With Saunders (Victoria, BC) being a left fielder and Pompey (Toronto area) a center fielder couple that with catcher Russell Martin (Toronto native) the Blue Jays could have three Canadians in their starting line up for the first time this season. (EDDIE MICHELS/PHOTO)

Michael Saunders (right) and Dalton Pompey watch as other early arrivals for the Toronto Blue Jays take batting practice in the cage at the Mattick Complex. With Saunders (Victoria, BC) being a left fielder and Pompey (Toronto area) a center fielder couple that with catcher Russell Martin (Toronto native) the Blue Jays could have three Canadians in their starting line up for the first time this season. (EDDIE MICHELS/PHOTO)

 

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