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.
Slumping Vladimir Guerrero Jr. trying to finish Blue Jays season on high note
Arden Zwelling
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. went 3-for-3 with a walk Monday, but nights like that have been few and far between. Arden Zwelling explores what's causing Guerrero's struggles and how he can improve as his second MLB season comes to a close.
Potential injury to Rafael Dolis adds to Blue Jays' bullpen woes
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Struggling Blue Jays have decisions to make as they enter stretch run
Arden Zwelling
No matter how short you make it, it’s still a baseball season. A lot happens. Comebacks and collapses and blown leads and walk-offs. Debuts and injuries and surprises and let-downs. For the Blue Jays, all that matters at this point is preparing for the post-season.
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Blue Jays, Ray bitten by long first inning in loss to Phillies
Arden Zwelling
Blue Jays' Robbie Ray was in and out of the strike zone, as he tends to be, but a couple near-misses helped snowball a first inning that led to a 7-0 loss against the Phillies on Friday.
By the numbers: How Blue Jays bullpen has thrived in 2020
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Blue Jays closer Ken Giles ready to get back to his old self
Arden Zwelling
As he spent the last month-and-half slowly recovering from a right forearm strain, Ken Giles’ motto was “first one here, first one done.” He’d arrive at the ballpark early and work his way through his rehab tasks. Now, Giles is ready to be back in the game.
Blue Jays reach pivotal stretch of season with bullpen running on fumes
Arden Zwelling
The Toronto Blue Jays are currently in sole possession of second place in the American League East. With playoff baseball only 22 days away, the Blue Jays need to look at getting some wins against the New York Yankees without stretching the bullpen too much further.
Ray continues looking for old self in Blue Jays victory over Red Sox
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Thomas Hatch's high-spin fastball key to strong start with Blue Jays
Arden Zwelling
Thomas Hatch was a sinker-slider guy in college. He developed a splitter-like changeup in the minors. Now, he has materialized in the majors with a four-seam fastball that opposing hitters can’t figure out.