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Jose Bautista and the Merits of Being a Good Soldier for the Blue Jays

By coming back to Toronto, Jose Bautista is ready to be a 'good soldier' and build on his legacy as a Blue Jay.

Sportsnet – Bautista: Had other opportunities, options but wanted to be back here

Jose Bautista meets with the media to comment on signing a one-year deal to remain with the Toronto Blue Jays. source 00

Open Thread: Jose Bautista Press Conference

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Toronto Blue Jays 2017 top prospects: #19, RHP Francisco Rios

Francisco Rios was one of the Blue Jays' breakout prospects of 2016, fully establishing himself in his first taste of full-season ball.

What’s Different About the Blue Jays’ New All-Red Uniforms, Anyway?

Here's what's different about the Toronto Blue Jays' new all-red uniforms for the 2017 season.

Busy Blue Jay Stroman shows off new jersey at Rogers Centre

The five-foot-eight starting pitcher serves as creative designer for an apparel line

Blue Jays Announce Minor League Staffs

The Toronto Blue Jays announced their minor league coaching staffs yesterday.

Toronto Blue Jays Bats Cannot Prop up Their Starting Pitching Woes

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Blue Jays lose to the Brewers 8-3. Joel Carreno gets roughed up in his second start of the season as he fills in for one of the three injured Blue Jays starters.

Brett Cecil Helps Toronto Blue Jays Sweep Philadelphia Phillies in Season Debut

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The Blue Jays beat the Phillies 6-2 and sweep the three game series. Brett Cecil made his return to the major leagues and pitched very well, earning him a victory.

Starting Pitching Woes Poised to Doom the Toronto Blue Jays

Brandon Morrow's absence figures to heavily weaken an already struggling Toronto Blue Jays team. He may not return to a squad competing for a playoff spot.