Shi Davidi
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Boasting an extensive national and global journalism career, Shi Davidi joined Sportsnet in 2011 as a MLB Insider and columnist for sportsnet.ca. As one of Sportsnet’s leading baseball insiders, Davidi brings fans the latest news from the Toronto Blue Jays clubhouse and from around the major leagues.
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Blue Jays' Anthony Kay finds fastball but searches for off-speed vs. Twins
Shi Davidi
Anthony Kay spent the summer working to address his tendency of falling toward the third base side of the mound at the end of his delivery. In his first game action of the spring, he was better and the command of his fastball was solid. But the command of his off-speed was not.
As Donaldson revisits 2015 Blue Jays, parallels with Maple Leafs emerge
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Blue Jays' Anthony Alford has strong debut in make-or-break camp
Shi Davidi
It feels like Anthony Alford has been on the cusp of a breakthrough for a while now. But now that he has no more options, this is a make-or-break camp for the outfield prospect.
Stronger Trent Thornton aims to secure job in Blue Jays' rotation
Shi Davidi
An intensified off-season workout regimen and an enhanced focus on changeups have put Trent Thornton in prime position to stake his claim for a spot in the Blue Jays' rotation.
Going Deep: Blue Jays reminisce about first MLB spring training
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Nate Pearson impresses Blue Jays again ahead of start vs. Yankees
Shi Davidi
While a more meaningful evaluation point comes Tuesday when Nate Pearson starts against the New York Yankees, most intriguing from Friday’s final day of prep before Grapefruit League play begins were the subtleties identified by his teammates and coaches.
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Blue Jays' Shapiro talks Asian market and Astros' cheating scandal
Shi Davidi
In Part 2 of Sportsnet.ca’s sit-down with Mark Shapiro, the Blue Jays president and CEO discusses the Asian market, the Houston Astros’ cheating scandal, the possibility of expanded playoffs and more.
Blue Jays' Shapiro on risks of Ryu signing, benefits of new training complex
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Blue Jays have plenty of questions to answer in bullpen
Shi Davidi
Ken Giles still has the ninth inning locked down as the Toronto Blue Jays' closer, but how exactly manager Charlie Montoyo will get the ball to him is undetermined.