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 sign 'advanced hitter' Manuel Beltre amid flurry of moves
Shi Davidi
The Toronto Blue Jays signed or reached agreement with six players — headlined by shortstop Manuel Beltre — as the international free-agency period opened Friday, while signing Teoscar Hernandez and Ross Stripling to one-year deals ahead of the arbitration filing deadline.
Shapiro gets chance to build Blue Jays up after tearing things down
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Blue Jays reunite with reliever A.J. Cole on minor-league deal
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The Toronto Blue Jays agreed to a minor-league deal with reliever A.J. Cole on Friday, Sportsnet’s Shi Davidi reports.
Blue Jays finalizing release of righty Lockett to complete KBO transfer
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The Toronto Blue Jays will finalize the release of Walker Lockett in the coming days, freeing up a spot on the team's 40-man roster as the journeyman pitcher heads overseas to the Korean Baseball Organization’s Doosan Bears.
Blue Jays extend contract of hitting coach Guillermo Martinez
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Time for Blue Jays to act after missing out on Lindor, Sugano
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Rather than playing out the still plentiful remaining options and alternatives, now is the time for the Blue Jays to force the issue with their preferred targets before the market starts playing them.
Star closer Liam Hendriks seen visiting Blue Jays' complex in Dunedin
Shi Davidi
Closer Liam Hendriks, the top reliever available in free agency, was seen Monday visiting the Toronto Blue Jays’ new complex in Dunedin, Fla., according to a source.
Blue Jays FAQ: Why hasn't Toronto made a blockbuster move yet?
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How MLB prospects are fighting through the strangest draft year ever
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In a year of missed opportunities for development and exposure, the next generation of Canadian MLB draft prospects still hasn't lost its competitive fire.