Posts Tagged ‘justin smoak’

Heads up Hutchison, Jays Win Twice

(Above) Blue Jays RHP Drew Hutchinson draws a crowd on the mound after catcher AJ Jiminez’s throw to catch a base stealer in the bottom of the fifth hit him in the head.  Jiminez’s throw hit Hutchinson on the left side of the back of his head.  “I’m fine it’s just one of those things […]

Pillar Powers Jays Past Tigers

Toronto Blue Jays knuckle baller RA Dickey went five innings on Thursday against the Detroit Tigers in an 6-4 win.  Dickey allowed four runs on eight hits while walking one and striking out five increasing his spring training era to 5.02.  Anthony Leon (1-0) got the win for the Jays with two shutout innings allowing just […]

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 […]

Jays “Happ” y with 4-3 Win

  Andrew Triggs didn’t have his best stuff when he came into the game in the third inning on Friday for the Orioles against the Blue Jays.  After allowing a single run in the third the first batter he faced in the fourth Russell Martin homered on a 1-1 offering, Justin Smoak followed on an 0-1 pitch […]

Spring moves on, Jays down Buccos

Blue Jays DH Justin Smoak stroked a monster home run off right-hander John Holdzkom on a 1-1 count as the Blue Jays won their second game of the spring 10-8 over the Pirates.  Smoak’s homer in the sixth was estimated to have traveled over 425-feet clearing the walkway in right center field at McKechnie Field.  Non-roster […]

Smoak stays a Jay

  The Toronto Blue Jays have signed first baseman Justin Smoak to a one year contract worth US $3.9 million, thus avoiding arbitration. SMOAK, who turns 30 on Saturday, appeared in 132 games for Toronto last season batting .236 with 18 home runs, setting career-highs in RBI (59) and OPS (.768). The Goose Creek, South Carolina native was credited […]

2015 Opening Day Roster

      Pitchers LHP Mark Buehrle, RHP Miguel Castro, LHP Brett Cecil, RHP R.A. Dickey, RHP Marco Estrada, RHP Liam Hendriks, RHP Drew Hutchison, LHP Colt Hynes, LHP Aaron Loup, LHP Daniel Norris, RHP Roberto Osuna, RHP Todd Redmond, RHP Aaron Sanchez. Catchers Russell Martin, Dioner Navarro     Infielders Josh Donaldson, Edwin Encarnacion, […]

Jays Jump – Beat Stros 7-4

  Kissimmee, Fla. — As spring winds down to it’s last week the more confident fans  can feel as their team does well and readies for the real thing.   Tonight was one of those feel good nights for the Toronto Blue Jays as they pounded out 12 hits, three of them homers in the first two […]

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 […]