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Dalton Pompey Toronto Blue Jays

Dalton Pompey was a local hero over the last few weeks of Toronto’s season. (Tom Szczerbowski/Getty Images) The 2014 Toronto Blue Jays was a team that could have been and should have been, but never was and most likely never will be as all signs are point toward a major rebuild over the offseason, some suggesting both on the field and in the office. As More...

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Melky Cabrera
By Jessica Lyons On Monday, September 8th, 2014

Melky Cabrera, Jays face big offseason decisions

Re-signing Melky Cabrera should be a priority for the Jays. (Scott Cunningham/Getty Images) We are only a week into a so-far-successful September for the Toronto Blue Jays, but the offseason rumor mill is swirling More...

Daniel Norris
By Jessica Lyons On Wednesday, August 20th, 2014

Jays prospects Daniel Norris, Dalton Pompey having breakout years

Prospect Daniel Norris may get the call when rosters expand. With the Blue Jays losing four of their past five series, knocking them four games back in the wild-card race and to third place behind the Orioles More...

Brett Lawrie throws his helmut in frustration.
By Jessica Lyons On Tuesday, August 5th, 2014

Brett Lawrie back for critical Jays-Orioles series

Toronto hopes Brett Lawrie’s return from the DL will re-ignite its run for the AL East title. (Brad White/Getty Images) The Toronto Blue Jays faced highs and lows during their recent 10-game road trip. More...

Aaron Sanchez
By Jessica Lyons On Thursday, July 24th, 2014

Aaron Sanchez sets bar high in big-league debut

Aaron Sanchez impressed in his major league debut Wednesday. (Peter Llewellyn/USA TODAY Sports) The name that’s been on everyone’s lips — whether it’s the media, fans or teams hoping to sway Toronto More...

Blue Jays review trade options
By Jessica Lyons On Tuesday, July 8th, 2014

Blue Jays review trade options after devastating weekend

Will the Toronto Blue Jays be able to pick themselves up after losing Edwin Encarnacion to the DL. The Toronto Blue Jays have been knocked off of their perch atop the American League East after a weekend series More...

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