The Jays have 14 games left in their grapefruit league schedule. Then it is two games in Montreal before they head to New York. The games so far in spring are less meaningful than the next two weeks. Starting pitchers have been pitching two, three or four innings and a lot of innings have been thrown by minor leaguers. But over the upcoming two weeks the starters will be going five, six or seven innings and most reliever innings will be thrown by major leaguers or almost major leaguers.
Lets hope for a better March Break week than what the past week gave the home team. Ugh. No more injuries - lets bubble wrap the players.
Well, it's been a year. Lets see how way off we are so far...
Woohoo! Games! Starting today.- Click here to see Gameday - live coverage of the game via MLB.com
. Jays vs Pirates to start off spring. 1:07 PM on RSN. Pirates tomorrow at 1 as well, then the O's for 2 and Phillies for 2. Makes one want to fly to Florida doesn't it.
Pitchers and catchers reported today to the Jays camp. March 3rd is game #1 of the spring - less than a week away. woohoo!
The final arbitration case is done - Donaldson lost so the Jays pay him $4.3 instead of $5.75 mil which is a big relief to the bean counters I'm sure. Estimated payroll for 2015 is now at $127.3 million, pending any other signings (via BR)
Quite days right now as spring approaches and groundhogs become popular for a day. 4 Jays made the MLB Top 100 Prospect
list. 2 Ex-Jays did as well.
The Toronto Blue Jays finished with 83 wins in 2014. Here's a look back at victory #83
which came against Baltimore at the Dome on Saturday, September 27.J.A. Happ
got the call on the mound for what turned out to be his final appearance as a Jay.
The Toronto Blue Jays guaranteed 2014 would not go down in the books as a losing season on the evening
of Wednesday, September 24 as they continued their four-game series against the Seattle Mariners.Mark Buehrle
was on the hill looking to add to his 194 innings pitched on the season.
Sorry to be late with our annual tradition. Some of us are more hungover than others! ;D Please feel free to list your baseball-related loot here!
Tired of scrolling past a week's worth of comments? I'm here to help. Meet the New Thread, very much like the Old Thread.
Via MLB Trade Rumors: The Blue Jays announced that they have acquired second base prospect Devon Travis
from the Tigers in exchange for center fielder Anthony Gose
The world Series started yesterday and the game did not live up to the standards of the previous rounds. In recent years the World Series has been less enthralling than the previous rounds, two of the last three series have been sweeps. The Giants get to pitch Madison Bumgarner twice against the Royals and that could give them an edge. The Royals do have a lot of left handed hitters and that works in favour of Bumngarner and the Giants.
The Royals face a must win game tonight with Yordano Ventura facing Jake Peavy.
In tha AL Wild Card, it was Jason Frasor, Winning Pitcher. Tonight, Travis Snider gets his moment on a Big Stage,
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