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Blue Jays expect Saunders back early in season

February 27, 2015, 7:00 PM | Twitter @shidavidi

The Blue Jays will be getting Michael Saunders back sooner than expected after the left fielder had the meniscus in his left knee removed instead of repaired during surgery Friday.

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Sanchez will start Blue Jays’ spring opener


Right-hander Aaron Sanchez will start the Blue Jays’ Grapefruit League opener against the Pittsburgh Pirates next Tuesday.

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Bautista welcomes competitive new Jays teammates


Jose Bautista welcomes the competitiveness new teammates Josh Donaldson and Russell Martin bring to the Blue Jays and feels that will help address an area that may have been lacking in Toronto.

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Bautista: 2015 Blue Jays will show more passion


Slugger Jose Bautista says he sees the 2015 Blue Jays as a team that will show more competitive spirit and emotion.

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Blue Jays’ Saunders scheduled for surgery Friday


Blue Jays outfielder Michael Saunders was scheduled to undergo surgery Friday afternoon to repair a torn meniscus in his left knee.

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Anthopoulos: Santana’s contract ‘no-risk deal’


Blue Jays general manager Alex Anthopoulos says signing former Cy Young Award winner Johan Santana to a minor-league contract is a ‘no-risk deal.’

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Blue Jays make health first priority for Santana


Figuring out exactly how Johan Santana fits into the big picture is secondary right now for the Blue Jays. First they must help the two-time Cy Young Award winner regain his health and strength.

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Tao of Stieb: Donaldson & Lawrie forever linked


Tao of Stieb weighs in on developing spring storylines, wondering about the difference between Josh Donaldson and Brett Lawrie and whether the Blue Jays have enough outfield depth.

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Notebook: Papelbon takes sudden shining to Jays

February 26, 2015, 11:51 PM | Twitter @shidavidi

Kick off your morning with some short hops from around the diamond as the Toronto Blue Jays pitchers and catchers continue their workouts, including the interest Jonathan Papelbon has taken to the club.

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Martin, Navarro lead Blue Jays in soccer game


Blue Jays catchers Russell Martin and Dioner Navarro put down their gloves for an orange soccer ball after training, showing off their skills with their feet, chest and head in the outfield.

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