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By Dan Langille On Thursday, May 19th, 2016

Things are Clicking for the Buffalo Bisons

With the recent struggles the Toronto Blue Jays have been going through, their AAA affiliate Buffalo Bisons have been firing on all cylinders lately. This week the Bison’s hosted the Toledo Mud Hens, now More...

Jose Iglesias
By Jon Erkkila On Tuesday, June 16th, 2015

Tigers Daily-ish: Jose Iglesias Brings The Motown Funk

Is there any doubt that if players had a soundtrack associated to their season much like a movie, the Marc Ronson/Bruno Mars smash “Uptown Funk” would be somewhere on the Jose Iglesias album? There isn’t More...

Rajai Davis
By Jon Erkkila On Thursday, June 11th, 2015

Tigers Daily-ish: What are the Tigers in ’15? Answers loom

As the Detroit Tigers attempt to claw their way back of long drawn out tailspin there were bound to be more bumps in the road along the way. Not many teams really flip a switch and seamlessly go from long droughts More...

Miguel Cabrera
By Jon Erkkila On Monday, June 1st, 2015

Tigers Daily-ish: Detroit Stands At Post-Coast Crossroads

Standing at the baseball crossroad. What a pain in the ass spot to find yourself on the first day of June. But that’s where the Detroit Tigers sit after another woeful foray to Anaheim. A four-game sweep at the More...

By Nick Rutkowski On Tuesday, May 26th, 2015

Vol 7: AL Central Weekly Wrap-Up

For the third consecutive week the Kansas City Royals have found themselves on top of the AL Central holding a 3 game lead over both the Minnesota Twins and the Detroit Tigers, while the Chicago White Sox and Cleveland More...

By Nick Rutkowski On Monday, May 4th, 2015

Devon Travis: April’s American League Rookie Of The Year

Devon Travis has been everything the Blue Jays had hoped for through the first month of the season. It’s always exciting during the first month of the season, to find those players who the majority of casual More...

Devon Travis
By Brent Cardy On Wednesday, April 15th, 2015

Toronto Blue Jays Have Good Problems To Solve

Eight games into the 2015 Regular Season the Toronto Blue Jays are 4-4. These 4 wins include two series victories over American league East opponents the New York Yankees and Baltimore Orioles. Although the Tampa More...

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By Bobby Barnes On Wednesday, March 25th, 2015
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Tigers And Yankees In A Fun Spring Training Game

Photo By Bill Kostroun. Last night, the New York Yankees hosted the Detroit Tigers in what was probably the best game of the 2015 Spring Training season. It aired live on the MLB Network via the New York Yankees’ More...

By Jen Rainwater On Saturday, March 7th, 2015

Mets’ Matt Harvey Perfect In Return

Matt Harvey may have pitched only two innings but they were a huge two innings. Harvey, making his first start since undergoing Tommy John surgery in October 2013, retired all six Detroit Tigers batters he faced More...

By Douglas Fox On Wednesday, February 25th, 2015

Detroit Tigers Prospect Profile: Steven Moya

The Detroit Tigers have been one of baseball’s most successful franchises over the past several years.  Winner of four straight American League Central titles, the Tigers have won more games over that span More...

Devon Travis
By Douglas Fox On Monday, January 19th, 2015
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What The Toronto Blue Jays Can Expect From Devon Travis

Second Base has been something of a black hole for the Blue Jays since Aaron Hill‘s breakout year in 2009.  Hill regressed after that career season, and a revolving door of infielders have attempted to plug More...

Colby Rasmus
By Brendan Panikkar On Friday, September 5th, 2014

A Colby Rasmus-less 2015?

Colby Rasmus likely will not be back with the Blue Jays in 2015 The Toronto Blue Jays center fielder for the past 3.5 seasons in Colby Rasmus looks like his tenure with the team is coming to an end as he has been More...

By Brandon Jopko On Wednesday, August 27th, 2014

Being In The Zone: Is It Sustainable?

Think back for a moment to the July 4th game in Oakland where the Blue Jays lost 1-0 in 12 innings and left ten runners on base. Steve Tolleson just led off the top of the 5th with a double. What do you think the More...

Brad Glenn
By Daniel Levitt On Wednesday, June 25th, 2014
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Brad Glenn Impressing At Triple A

In most minor-league systems, there are two types of player: “prospect” and “organization filler”. Your typical prospect would be a draft pick selected in the top ten rounds, namely a Mike More...

Dancing Blue Jays
By Clayton Richer On Sunday, May 25th, 2014

Toronto Blue Jays Dance Their Way To 1st Place In AL East

There is nothing like a good old fashioned winning streak to get the boys dancing. The Toronto Blue Jays are perched alone atop the AL East thanks to their current five game winning streak and victories in 15 of More...

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