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.
Blue Jays add outfielder Parmley to roster ahead of Royals series
Arden Zwelling
The Toronto Blue Jays have added outfielder Ian Parmley to the roster ahead of this weekend's series against the Kansas City Royals.
Blue Jays' Kevin Pillar searching for secrets to break recent funk
Arden Zwelling
Blue Jays' seemingly-impossible climb back to .500 getting absurd
Arden Zwelling
Nine times this season the Toronto Blue Jays clawed their way within a game of an even record, and nine times they’ve failed to get there. It’s getting a little absurd.
Sweeping lineup changes yield immediate results for Blue Jays
Arden Zwelling
When you rework your lineup as dramatically as the Blue Jays did Wednesday, rolling out an entirely new top five that the club hopes will shake it out of its offensive slump, you can’t ask for more immediate results than this.
Blue Jays hoping to spark offence with batting order shakeup
Arden Zwelling
Sanchez finally has reason for optimism in patience-testing season
Arden Zwelling
Monday marked the passage of a full month since Aaron Sanchez last threw a pitch in an MLB game. It also marked the latest hurdle cleared in a recovery process he hopes will be his last for a good, long while.
Blue Jays' .500 'curse' just a case of a team losing games it shouldn't
Arden Zwelling
The suggestion that the Toronto Blue Jays can’t crack the .500 mark due to some kind of mental hurdle is, of course, ridiculous. It's just the case of a team that's losing games it really ought to win.
How Justin Smoak has turned around his game in 2017
Arden Zwelling
Blue Jays offence arrives in Texas to pick up Estrada
Arden Zwelling
On a night that saw Marco Estrada continue his horror-movie month, the Toronto Blue Jays offence arrived just in time to pick him up.