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Blue Jays set to pick 18th in 2015 MLB draft

October 1, 2014, 5:07 PM | Twitter @bnicholsonsmith

The Toronto Blue Jays are set to select 18th in the 2015 amateur draft after finishing the 2014 season with an 83-79 record.

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Bautista on 2015: ‘The talent is still here’

September 29, 2014, 11:42 AM | Twitter @shidavidi

Jose Bautista discussed hitting with runners in scoring position, as well as revisiting the team’s approach to offence, the season that was and the season to be during a recent interview with Sportsnet.

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Blue Jays hope to have Kawasaki back next year


He may not be the answer to the Blue Jays’ problems but general manager Alex Anthopoulos hopes to have popular Japanese infielder Munenori Kawasaki back next year.

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Bullpen a prime factor in Blue Jays’ struggles

September 28, 2014, 11:21 PM | Twitter @SNJeffBlair

In Alex Anthopoulos’ post-mortem on Sunday, the Toronto Blue Jays general manager put greater focus on his relievers than everyone else’s favourite hobby-horse: the Blue Jays defence.

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Who stood out the most for the Jays this season?


Now that the season is done, who stood out the most in a Blue Jays uniform? Mike Wilner gets the answers after speaking with every player and coach.

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AA will need to be at his creative best in off-season


The Blue Jays said goodbye at 83-79 after a 1-0 loss to the Orioles in the finale and now there will be change. Lots of it. Alex Anthopoulos has to be at his creative best to capitalize on the flexibility the Jays have.

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Blue Jays end season with shutout loss to O’s


Blue Jays bats finished the season on a silent note Sunday as the playoff-bound Baltimore Orioles defeated Toronto 1-0 on the strength of a Jonathan Schoop home run.

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Happ an unheralded blessing for Jays this season

September 27, 2014, 6:58 PM | Twitter @shidavidi

J.A. Happ won’t be winning a Cy Young award but he’s been a stable force in the back end of the Blue Jays’ rotation this season and without him Toronto would’ve likely been out of it much earlier.

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Happ holds down Orioles in Blue Jays’ victory


J.A. Happ closed his season with a solid pitching performance and the Toronto Blue Jays took advantage of some sloppy Baltimore defence to defeat the Orioles 4-2 at Rogers Centre on Saturday.

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Encarnacion laments season that could’ve been


Like so many others, Edwin Encarnacion believed the Toronto Blue Jays’ 2014 campaign was destined for a happier ending. Like so many others, he’s struggling to accept that it’s not.

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