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93-69, 1st in AL East
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Free food, drinks for Bautista's bat flip (0:41)
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Anthony Alford No. 52 prospect in 2016

Long layoffs did nothing to dull Alford's instincts or approach in 2015. He was a patient, disciplined hitter who showed good reads in center field. Unfortunately, he's Toronto's only prospect in the top 100. Law: Top 100 prospects (Insider)

Toronto has No. 25 farm system in 2016

The Blue Jays have been badly thinned out by trades over the past 18 months, but have also been saved by the sudden emergence of their top two prospects. Ranking all 30 farm systems (Insider)

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Why didn't Toronto re-sign David Price?

"I dont know why its not fashionable to just say the truth," Blue Jays CEO and President Mark Shapiro told Jim Bowden about the budget strain Price would've put on their offseason. MLB rumors roundup

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Donaldson deal maintains harmony in Jays' organization (1:00)
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Jays, MVP Donaldson reach 2-year deal

The Toronto Blue Jays and reigning AL MVP Josh Donaldson avoided arbitration by agreeing to a two-year contract worth nearly $28.65 million, the team announced on Wednesday.

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Blue Jays sluggers vs. Yankees relievers

Expect intense late-game moments when the Jays battle the vaunted trio of Dellin Betances, Andrew Miller and Aroldis Chapman. Good luck slipping a fastball past Josh Donaldson or Jose Bautista if you're behind in the count. Hitter vs. pitcher matchups to watch

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Report: Donaldson, Jays reach 2-year deal

3B Josh Donaldson and the Blue Jays have avoided arbitration with a 2-year, $29 million deal, according to Sportsnet Canada. Donaldson is the defending AL MVP.

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Sources: Jays eye Bautista, Encarnacion deals

The Blue Jays plan to explore contract extensions for sluggers Jose Bautista and Edwin Encarnacion this spring, sources told ESPN's Jayson Stark.

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Blue Jays, Aardsma agree to minor league deal

Pitcher David Aardsma will report to spring training after agreeing to a minor league contract with the Blue Jays, which will be his ninth team since entering the majors in 2004.

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Jays to talk extension with Bautista

Jose Bautista wants to play the rest of his career for the Blue Jays, and Toronto plans to begin negotiations about an extension during spring training, sources told ESPN's Jayson Stark. Bautista has led MLB in home runs (227) over the last six seasons.

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Stroman needs to carry the Blue Jays

Toronto's rotation depth took a hit over the offseason, so several guys will need to step up this year. Most important is Marcus Stroman, who will have to stay healthy and pitch to his potential, Buster Olney writes. Linchpin players for 2016 (Insider)

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Blue Jays installing dirt infield

Toronto announced a plan Wednesday to eschew its turf infield for dirt. Whether the entire artificial turf will be replaced for grass at some point is unknown. The Jays and Rays are the only MLB teams who play on artificial surfaces.

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Bautista bat flip still on Banister's mind

Rangers manager Jeff Banister was asked if he's replayed Game 5 of last year's ALDS in a Q&A with the American-Statesman. "Oh, yeah, Ive watched it," he said. "Im sure [Jose] Bautistas bat flip will be on the cover of MLB 16. My son will probably be using it with all his friends when they play the video game." Full interview

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Jays to sport unique hat color combo

On Thursday, MLB released designs for new spring training hats and jerseys. Toronto's new hat will showcase a navy-on-navy design with the Maple Leaf. New spring training gear

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New-look MLB spring training gear

Some teams are throwing it back, back, back, back, back, and others are featuring logos that resemble ... emojis?

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How should Toronto manage Travis?

Devon Travis had surgery on his left shoulder in 2015 and the consensus within the organization appears to be that he'll make a timely return in 2016. How conservative should the Blue Jays be with Travis' return? Injury updates (Insider)

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs8911st
Batting Average.2692nd
On Base Percentage.3401st
Slugging Percentage.4571st
Earned Run Average3.8012th
Quality Starts8412th
WHIP1.217th
BAA.24811th

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