Arden Zwelling
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One of the first writers to join the Sportsnet magazine publishing team in 2011, Arden Zwelling has become a permanent fixture on Sportsnet’s multiplatform MLB and Toronto Blue Jays coverage. Zwelling currently contributes to sportsnet.ca and Sportsnet magazine as a staff writer, breaking down the latest news, trades and rumours from the Toronto Blue Jays clubhouse.
Stroman continues to be high point in seemingly low Blue Jays season
Arden Zwelling
If there’s a list of positives the Blue Jays can carry forward from what is looking like a lost season, Marcus Stroman’s name has to be high on it.
Tim Mayza rises through Blue Jays system after visit from Pat Hentgen
Arden Zwelling
Blue Jays' Marco Estrada managing to get erratic season back on track
Arden Zwelling
If Marco Estrada’s last four starts are any indication, it appears the right-hander has found a way to get his rocky season back on the rails.
Devon Travis on return to lineup: 'I'm definitely getting closer'
Arden Zwelling
Although there's been no timetable set on his return yet, injured Blue Jays second baseman Devon Travis is feeling optimistic he'll be back sooner than later.
Everything you need to know about the newest Blue Jays prospects
Arden Zwelling
Blue Jays Trade Tree: Revisiting Tulowitzki trade 730 days later
Arden Zwelling
Today marks the two-year anniversary of the blockbuster trade that sent Troy Tulowitzki and LaTroy Hawkins to the Toronto Blue Jays. A lot can change in 730 days, as you'll see in this Blue Jays Trade Tree update on all the players involved in the deal.
Short-handed Blue Jays come away with sweep after trio of ejections
Arden Zwelling
Several players from both teams took issue with calls throughout Thursday afternoon’s game and, looking at Little’s calls on the afternoon, it appeared both sides had fair reason to complain.
Toronto Blue Jays limp out of Cleveland after series sweep
Arden Zwelling
Big Read: Vlad Guerrero Jr. is the best Blue Jays prospect in a generation
Arden Zwelling
With baseball in his blood and a big league-ready bat at just 18, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. is turning heads everywhere he goes.