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.
Devon Travis departs Blue Jays with unfinished business
Shi Davidi
For the first time in his career, Devon Travis is a free agent. In an exclusive interview with Shi Davidi, Travis says he's focused on getting healthy and finding a fresh start with a new team.
Blue Jays will miss Cherington, but executive departures a fact of life
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Blue Jays pass on Odorizzi opportunity, show their restraint once again
Shi Davidi
The Blue Jays had an opportunity with Jake Odorizzi. They declined to take it. What they do next will determine whether that was a mistake or not.
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Blue Jays bench coach Hudgens part of MLB's Astros sign-stealing probe
Shi Davidi
Toronto Blue Jays bench coach Dave Hudgens is part of Major League Baseball’s probe into electronic sign-stealing by the Houston Astros during the 2017 season.
Blue Jays' talks with agent Scott Boras show real off-season test is execution
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Blue Jays locked in on pitching but more bats also offer path to improvement
Shi Davidi
Amid the ongoing and understandable focus on starting pitching, a secondary but still pivotal issue facing the Toronto Blue Jays is how to properly complement their young and talented position player core this off-season.
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Blue Jays promote Ken Huckaby to manager of triple-A Buffalo
Shi Davidi
The Toronto Blue Jays are promoting Ken Huckaby to be their new manager at triple-A Buffalo, according to two industry sources.
Allegations of Astros' sign-stealing raise key questions for MLB
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Despite mutual interest, talks stall between Blue Jays and Shoemaker
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At this point, it appears the Blue Jays are simply playing out the clock to the Dec. 2 tender deadline with Shoemaker, who signed a $3.5-million, one-year deal as a free agent last winter and has a year of club control remaining through arbitration.