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 need Nate Pearson in rotation to maximize development, roster
Shi Davidi
A shortened season creates questions for the timetable of Blue Jays top prospect Nate Pearson. But the best way for Toronto to maximize Pearson's development, and fully leverage their roster, is to bring him aboard right away.
Blue Jays get OK from government for camp at home, but uncertainty remains
Shi Davidi
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Blue Jays await federal exemption letter after getting OK from health officials
Shi Davidi
As the Toronto Blue Jays work through the summer camp intake process in Dunedin, Fla., they are only a federal government exemption letter away from shifting their training north to Rogers Centre.
Blue Jays' talks with Martin set to pick up with Torkelson signed
Shi Davidi
Talks between the Toronto Blue Jays and first-rounder Austin Martin are expected to pick up after No. 1 pick Spencer Torkelson signed a record deal with the Detroit Tigers on Tuesday.
Blue Jays' ongoing limbo makes them MLB test case in COVID-caused chaos
Shi Davidi
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Blue Jays gather in Dunedin while awaiting approval for Toronto camp
Shi Davidi
Although the Blue Jays remain hopeful training camp can be held in Toronto, preparing in Dunedin positions the team to be ready for any eventuality without sacrificing valuable workout time hanging in limbo.
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Premier Ford says health officials approve of Blue Jays using Rogers Centre
Shi Davidi
The Toronto Blue Jays are awaiting approval from the Canadian government on plans to use the Rogers Centre after obtaining the approval of federal, provincial and municipal health officials, Ontario Premier Doug Ford said Monday.
Blue Jays continue prepping for Toronto camp while awaiting government OK
Shi Davidi
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Blue Jays express optimism to players for Toronto camp, but ‘no closure yet’
Shi Davidi
The Toronto Blue Jays expressed a growing optimism for approval to its players and told them to be ready for a trip north during a Zoom chat Thursday night, according to four sources, but team president and CEO Mark Shapiro cautioned on a conference call Friday that “there is no closure at the moment.”