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.
Excitement over deadline additions spur Gausman, Blue Jays in win vs. Rays
Shi Davidi
The guys they brought in — relievers Anthony Bass and Zach Pop, starter Mitch White and the versatile Whit Merrifield — made for a sensible, if not sexy deadline haul.  Each helps to fortify various roster gaps and protect against injury while also augmenting the talent base for next year and beyond.
Blue Jays make measured, sensible moves to get better. But will it be enough?
Shi Davidi
Blue Jays bolster bullpen, acquire Anthony Bass, Zach Pop from Marlins
Shi Davidi
The deal upgrades the Blue Jays' bullpen heading into the stretch run of the season, a weakness of the team that was widely seen as one of the biggest flaws to address at the deadline.
Berrios trade gave Blue Jays a spark. Can 2022 team get similar deadline boost?
Shi Davidi
In 2021, the Toronto Blue Jays could have been conservative but instead swung for the fences by acquiring Jose Berrios. Can they find a similar spark at the 2022 trade deadline?
Even in inflated market, Blue Jays can't afford to pass up trade opportunities
Shi Davidi
Blue Jays looking to maintain upbeat atmosphere after another opportunistic victory
Shi Davidi
The Toronto Blue Jays are playing far better now, with Saturday’s 5-3 win over the Tigers their 11th victory in the past 14 outings.
As Blue Jays' Manoah experiences scare, clock keeps ticking toward trade deadline
Shi Davidi
The Toronto Blue Jays had plenty to think about after Alek Manoah suffered a right elbow contusion in Friday's loss to the Detroit Tigers. With the trade deadline coming Tuesday, the Blue Jays need to make moves soon to improve the team.
Kikuchi's promising return raises questions over Blue Jays' deadline approach
Shi Davidi
Firefighter, barrier breaker: Alli Schroder's next challenge is on the mound
Shi Davidi
After a summer fighting forest fires followed by breaking barriers in university baseball, Alli Schroder will be front-and-centre Thursday night when she starts for the Canadian women’s national team in the opener of a five-game Friendship Series against the United States in Thunder Bay, Ont.