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How does Blue Jays’ return for Halladay stack up?

March 27, 2015, 10:15 PM

With Kyle Drabek being claimed on waivers by the White Sox Friday, the last of the original three pieces of the Roy Halladay trade has left the building. So how does the Blue Jays’ return on that deal stack up?

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Blue Jays taking a new approach with young arms


Five years ago, there is no way the Blue Jays would have considered letting young pitching prospects go wire-to-wire in a big-league season. Now the team is shifting away from safe industry convention.

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White Sox claim reliever Drabek from Blue Jays


Kyle Drabek’s Toronto Blue Jays tenure is over. The right-hander was claimed on waivers by the Chicago White Sox Friday, the teams announced.

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Blue Jays’ Stroman unveils new baseball card


Injured Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Marcus Stroman had Twitter followers holding their collective breaths when he announced he had ‘exciting news.’

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Blue Jays among many MLB teams shifting more


The Blue Jays shifted a little more than four times per game in 2014, making them one of MLB’s most defensively aggressive teams. Now they face the challenge of building on that with new defenders.

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Yankees announce starters for Blue Jays series


The Toronto Blue Jays now know which pitchers they’ll be facing when they play the New York Yankees in their opening series of the season.

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Ex-files: How 12 former Blue Jays are faring


The Blue Jays moved on from a lot of familiar players this winter, including Brett Lawrie, Adam Lind, Casey Janssen. Jeff Simmons explains how they’re faring with their new teams.

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Blue Jays Notebook: Encarnacion recovering well


Edwin Encarnacion returned to the Toronto Blue Jays lineup Thursday for the first time since March 8 and he’s slated to return to first base soon. Here are some other short hops from around Jays camp.

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Blue Jays top Phillies despite impressive Hamels

March 26, 2015, 4:01 PM

Cole Hamels allowed two hits in five scoreless innings during the Philadelphia Phillies’ 4-1 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays on Thursday.

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Sportsnet to broadcast 162 Blue Jays games


Sportsnet will broadcast all 162 of the Toronto Blue Jays’ 2015 games starting April 6.

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