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McGovern rounds into form
Kevin McGovern can remember precisely when he got things pointed in the right direction.
from: Winnipeg Sun

Blue Jays' Devon Travis can't finger when he was hurt
The one-game absence turned into two on Wednesday, but Devon Travis is optimistic it won't get beyond that.
from: Toronto Sun

Struggling Estrada, Blue Jays smoked by Angels
TORONTO -- Maybe Roy Halladay was right all along.
from: Toronto Sun

Blue Jays catcher Russell Martin 'smokin' hot right now'
TORONTO -- Russell Martin is playing so well right now that he apparently doesn't even need to catch to control the game.
from: Toronto Sun



from: Cyber Presse

Don't blame Gibbons for Blue Jays' one-run loses
There's a large segment of Blue Jays Nation who believe that after John Gibbons fills out the lineup, he puts on his cowboy hat, steps into his s..t kickers and sits in the dugout with his feet on the railing playing the banjo.
from: Toronto Sun

Blue Jays need a better Brett Cecil
Legendary manager Sparky Anderson used to have a message enscribed on a wooden plaque attached to the wall behind his desk at old Tiger Stadium.
from: Ottawa Sun



from: Cyber Presse

Blue Jays dismiss Fasano as part of ongoing changes
Minor-league pitching coordinator Sal Fasano became the fourth scouting and player development casualty of the past few days when he was dismissed by the Blue Jays on Monday.
from: Toronto Sun

Former Dodgers closer Eric Gagne signs with Ottawa Champions
At one time the best pitcher in Major League Baseball, Eric Gagne has signed with the Ottawa Champions.
from: Ottawa Sun



from: Cyber Presse

Aaron Sanchez sent to minors as Blue Jays limit innings; Aaron Loup recalled
The Blue Jays are expected to recall Sanchez to start against Baltimore on Aug. 31 after he spends the required 10 days in the minors. The team has been trying to limit Sanchez's innings, and it's unlikely he'll pitch in a game at Dunedin.
from: The Global and Mail

Ramirez's late homer lifts Cleveland past Blue Jays for 3-2 series win
The Indians took two of three, with each game decided by one run
from: The Global and Mail

Blue Jays send possible Cy Young candidate Aaron Sanchez to minors
All season long, Blue Jays GM Ross Atkins has talked about staying creative in the management of Aaron Sanchez's workload and the latest twist in the tale is nothing if not imaginative.
from: Toronto Sun

Blue Jays manager explains call to the bullpen
The strategy had merit but the execution was flawed.
from: Toronto Sun

Gibbons 'changing things up' with Donaldson still out
Blue jays manager John Gibbons adjusted his batting lineup Saturday in an attempt to create a slightly different dynamic.
from: Toronto Sun

Fantasy Fare: Their future starts now
With all but a dozen or so teams out of the wild-card race and beginning to cast an eye toward next season and beyond, you're going to see some veterans' playing time cut back so that the youngsters can show their wares.
from: Toronto Sun

Goldeyes hammered by Explorers
The Winnipeg Goldeyes dropped a 16-1 decision to the Sioux City Explorers at Lewis and Clark Park on Friday night.
from: Winnipeg Sun

Indians' Naquin hits inside-the-park homer to top Blue Jays 3-2
Tyler Naquin hit a game-ending inside-the-park homer, sprinting around the bases to cap a two-run rally in the ninth inning as the Cleveland Indians stunned the Toronto Blue Jays 3-2 on Friday night.
from: The Global and Mail

Don Cherry approves of Donaldson's dugout display
Don Cherry just couldn't help himself.
from: Toronto Sun

MLB approves sale of Seattle Mariners, Stanton to take over
Major League Baseball owners approved the sale of a controlling stake in the Seattle Mariners from Nintendo of America to a group of minority owners led by Western Wireless Corp. founder John Stanton and retired Microsoft executive Chris Larson.
from: Ottawa Sun

Swanson makes big league debut for hometown Braves
Shortstop Dansby Swanson, born and raised in the north Atlanta suburbs, is making no promises to help turn around his hometown Braves.
from: Calgary Sun

Blue Jays starter J.A. Happ wins 11th straight, improves to 17-3
Happ (17-3) pitched into the eighth inning and extended the longest active winning streak in the big leagues
from: The Global and Mail

Blue Jays rally for 8 runs in 8th inning, beat Yankees 12-6
Russell Martin homered twice, including a go-ahead shot in Toronto's eight-run eighth inning, and Troy Tulowitzki had four hits as the Blue Jays erased a six-run deficit Tuesday night in their 12-6 victory over the New York Yankees.
from: The Global and Mail

No longer hapless, Blue Jays pitcher J.A. Happ finds his stride
Left-hander has been a key pitcher in Toronto's top-notch rotation this season, but his journey to the top had plenty of bumps along the way
from: The Global and Mail

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