Posts Tagged ‘drew hutchinson’

Lopsided in Lakeland

Drew Hutchinson (RIGHT) (2-1) got the win as the Toronto Blue Jays pounded out 23 hits off 10 Detroit Tigers hurlers in a 16-1 Grapefruit League win in Lakeland.  Hutchinson allowed just one run on one hit while walking two and striking out one over four innings.  Josh Donaldson and Chris Colabello each had three hits […]

Postseason Insurance in Dunedin

(Editors Note: At the time of publish of this article, the Blue Jays trailed the Texas Rangers 5-3 in the top of the 7th.)  (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTOS)      

Jays Struggle Continues

  The pitching staff has been a disappointment early in 2015. The Blue Jays are currently in last place in the AL East. If you have followed them this season, that is not a surprise. Injuries, inconsistency, and all-around poor pitching have led to the slow start. The recent return of off-season acquisition Michael Saunders […]

Pom-Pow! off Verlander?

  Dunedin, Fla. — Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose and sometimes… it rains. (Crash Davis – Bull Durham)  But in even rarer cases it rains and you win.  Take today for example, Blue Jays win 4-1 in a five inning, rain shortened game with the Detroit Tigers. Dalton Pompey was 2 for 2 in the short […]

MARTIN ARRIVES…

     

Pitchers and Catchers February 22

The Blue Jays are counting on the young staff of arms this year. Daniel Norris, Drew Hutchinson and Jeff Hoffman getting and early jump on the spring…

Norris and Hutchinson in Dunedin

 

Gibbons names Blue Jays Rotation

Gibbons names Blue Jays Rotation

Manager John Gibbons names the Jays rotation to start the season… SEE EDDIE MICHELS PHOTOS

Lakeland’s Hutchinson heads to DL

BLUE JAYS PLACE FORMER DREADNAUGHT ON DISABLED LIST, KYLE DRABEK PUT ON LIST FRIDAY

Jays Streak ends but 22 wins is Spring Record

Jays Streak ends but 22 wins is Spring Record

Jays improved their spring record to 22-4-1 prior to Friday’s loss, with 22-wins is the most in franchise history…