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Blue Jays minor leaguer Jesus Montero suspended 50 games for banned substance
MLB said in a release Thursday that Montero tested positive for dimethylbutylamine, a stimulant outlawed by the Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment Program
from: The Global and Mail

Admirers of retiring announcer Vin Scully trying to collect his recordings
The Dodgers' announcer for 67 seasons is retiring and, along with his baseball games, there are recordings of him reading all sorts of oddities
from: The Global and Mail

Blue Jays minor leaguer Jesus Montero banned for stimulant
NEW YORK -- Former major leaguer Jesus Montero has been suspended 50 games after testing positive for a stimulant.
from: Toronto Sun

Bullpen's best failing when Blue Jays need them most
Roberto Osuna, Toronto's closer, is wobbling down the stretch
from: The Global and Mail

Blue Jays bullpen throws win against Orioles [Photos] [Video]
TORONTO -- Another brilliant effort by a Blue Jays starter wasn't enough to off- set the latest bullpen collapse.
from: Ottawa Sun

Maybe it's time to move Stroman to struggling Blue Jays bullpen [Video]
TORONTO -- Without Jason Grilli there is no pennant race and now with him the Blue Jays appear to be running on bullpen fumes, running out of time.
from: Ottawa Sun

Blue Jays bullpen throws win against Orioles
TORONTO -- Another brilliant effort by a Blue Jays starter wasn't enough to off-set the latest bullpen collapse.
from: Winnipeg Sun

Jays' bullpen squanders crucial game against Orioles
The Orioles clawed their way back to earn a tension-filled 3-2 victory over Toronto
from: The Global and Mail

Which Blue Jays hat reigns supreme?
It's undeniable they have skills on the diamond, but in the design room? Depends which way your style swings.
from: Toronto Sun

Over The Line - Botched ballpark proposal, Tom Brady in the nude & more [Video]
Over The Line, a weekly sports web show produced by Postmedia, is back with another episode.
from: Toronto Sun

Banned Rose appeals to Hall of Fame for eligibility
Pete Rose is appealing directly to baseball's Hall of Fame to restore his eligibility, arguing the lifetime ban he agreed to in 1989 was never intended to keep him out of Cooperstown.
from: Ottawa Sun

Tebow homers in 1st at-bat for Mets in instructional debut
New York Mets prospect Tim Tebow homered on the first pitch he saw Wednesday in his instructional league debut against the St. Louis Cardinals club.
from: Ottawa Sun



from: Cyber Presse

Pete Rose appeals to Baseball Hall of Fame for eligibility
The Hall of Fame changed its bylaws two years after Rose's banishment to make banned players ineligible for the Hall
from: The Global and Mail



from: Cyber Presse

Sanchez shuts down Orioles as Jays add to wild-card lead
The Jays have assumed a two-game lead over Baltimore for the first AL wildcard berth with only five games left
from: The Global and Mail

'Too many rules' hurting baseball, says injured Blue Jays pitcher Benoit
TORONTO -- Without specifically naming names, Joaquin Benoit, walking with crutches, wearing a boot, all but called out his teammates and the current state of baseball for the circumstances that led to his season-ending calf injury.
from: Ottawa Sun

'We're not boring': Blue Jays developing bad reputation around baseball
TORONTO -- The swagger that has manifested itself in the form of bat flips, dustups and youthful exuberance on the mound is exactly what's helped the Blue Jays endear themselves to their city.
from: Ottawa Sun

Sanchez brilliant in Blue Jays' series-opening win over Orioles [Photos]
TORONTO -- After Tuesday's stellar performance, the Blue Jays have to be feeling mighty good about the prospects of facing the Orioles in a winner-take-all wild-card clash next week.
from: Ottawa Sun

'Too many rules' hurting baseball: Injured Blue Jays pitcher Benoit
TORONTO -- Without specifically naming names, Joaquin Benoit, walking with crutches, wearing a boot, all but called out his teammates and the current state of baseball for the circumstances that led to his season-ending calf injury.
from: Winnipeg Sun

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from: Cyber Presse

This bat flip's for you, Blue Jays
To a man, the New York Yankees enjoyed the bat flip performed by first baseman Mark Teixeira in the ninth inning of Monday night's game, adding that if the Blue Jays have a problem with it, then can go look in the mirror.
from: Toronto Sun

At Charlotte city council, a young black girl called Zianna Oliphant delivers a moving speech
CHARLOTTE, N.C.—Almost too small to reach the microphone,...
from: Toronto Star

WATCH: Gordon launches lead-off home run as Marlins mourn Fernandez
MIAMI -- Dee Gordon hit an emotional homer in Miami's first at-bat following the death of Marlins ace Jose Fernandez in a boating accident.
from: Winnipeg Sun

Sunday goes down as a very sad day in the sports world
Waking up Sunday mornings and spending hours lazily checking in on the world of sports is a guilty pleasure of mine, if not the highlight of some weeks.
from: Ottawa Sun

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