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Reyes' Injury Highlights Bad Baseball Played So Far in Toronto

Toronto Blue Jays' General Manager Alex Anthopoulos didn't envision his team's season being on the verge of collapse by the end of the second week of the season. With Friday night's injury to all-star shortstop Jose Reyes, along with putrid starting pitching, and very little hitting, that is exactly what he's facing. After reaching base on a single against the Kansas City Royals, it was time to do what he
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Reyes’ Injury Highlights Bad Baseball Played So Far in Toronto

Toronto Blue Jays' General Manager Alex Anthopoulos didn't envision his team's season being on the verge of collapse by the end of the second week of the season. With Friday night's injury to all-star shortstop Jose Reyes, along with putrid starting pitching, and very little hitting, that is exactly what he's facing. After reaching base on a single against the Kansas City Royals, it was time to do what he
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AL East: Can The Toronto Blue Jays Win The Division Crown?

The Toronto Blue Jays have started the Major League Baseball season with a 2-5 record and are in last place in the American League East standings. A disappointing start after acquiring National League CY Young Award winner R.A. Dickey and shortstop  Jose Reyes. Also, brought on board was Josh Johnson and with these moves the Blue Jays began the year as favorites to win the division. Even more surprising has been the struggles of the starting rotation as Johnson has the best earned
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2013 MLB Opening Day : Cabrera’s 2-Run HR Spoils Dickey’s Debut With Blue Jays.

Thanks to a two-run home run from shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera, NL Cy Young winner R.A. Dickey’s (0-1) debut with the re-tooled Toronto Blue Jays(0-1) was less than memorable in a 4-1 loss to the Cleveland Indians(1-0). In front of a sellout crowd of over 48,000, the former New York Mets knuckleballer surrendered four runs over six innings, and also display a lack of control over his trademark pitch, as he