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Champions sign five players
The Ottawa Champions on Tuesday signed five players, two of them who were in major-league organizations.
from: Ottawa Sun

Pitcher Sparkman getting shot at making Blue Jays roster
DUNEDIN -- Blue Jays manager John Gibbons was asked if rookie right-handed pitcher Glenn Sparkman "has an in" to make the team because he's from Texas.
from: Toronto Sun

Blue Jays' Pillar wants to be known as 'one of the best overall'
DUNEDIN -- Kevin Pillar is a pretty laid back dude when he's not patrolling the outfield for the Blue Jays, but he got a little riled up when asked if he considers himself one of the best defensive centre-fielders in baseball.
from: Winnipeg Sun

'No limitations': Blue Jays' Sanchez ready for bigger role
DUNEDIN -- A reporter from an American wire service asked pretty well every Blue Jay available on Wednesday if winning a World Series this year was a real possibility.
from: Winnipeg Sun

Baseball's back! Optimism abounds as spring training opens
LAKELAND, Fla. -- Even for an accomplished veteran like Justin Verlander, the start of spring training can be special.
from: Winnipeg Sun

Marcus Stroman 'excited' to win salary arbitration case with Blue Jays
Marcus Stroman is about to get paid.
from: Winnipeg Sun

Blue Jays' Tulowitzki an open book for young prospects
DUNEDIN -- Troy Tulowitzki was asked on Thursday if he smiles when young shortstops around the league approach him to say that he was one of their idols growing up.
from: Winnipeg Sun

Blue Jays sign veteran pitcher Mat Latos to minor-league deal
Mat Latos knows earning a spot on the Toronto Blue Jays roster won't be easy.
from: Winnipeg Sun

Blue Jays' Martin taking big-picture approach to workload
DUNEDIN -- When Russell Martin was with the New York Yankees, he remembers looking up at a bulletin board and seeing a stat reading: "Russell has hit 12 of his home runs after he's had an off-day."
from: Winnipeg Sun

Kushner family puts brakes on talks to buy Marlins from Jeffrey Loria
The Kushner family, which has close ties to the White House, has put the brakes on its negotiations to buy the Miami Marlins because of a report team owner Jeffrey Loria may be nominated by President Trump to become ambassador to France.
from: Winnipeg Sun

Jays' skipper sees big things ahead for Devon Travis
Blue Jays manager John Gibbons can often leave writers scratching their heads when he delivers his Texas good ol' boy jargon and home-spun witicisms.
from: Winnipeg Sun

Bautista says Morales will thrive with Blue Jays
There's no actual team choir at the Blue Jays' training facility, but Jose Bautista joined the chorus on Friday of guys singing the praises of new DH/first baseman Kendrys Morales.
from: Winnipeg Sun

Blue Jays' Mat Latos: Big arm or bad apple?
When Blue Jays manager John Gibbons listens to the radio, it's likely country and western or classic rock being played. If he had been listening to the OverDrive show on TSN this week, he probably would have fallen off his chair.
from: Winnipeg Sun

Ever-confident Blue Jays pitcher Stroman thinking big
DUNEDIN -- Blue Jays manager John Gibbons was asked if right-handed pitcher Marcus Stroman is as angry inside the clubhouse as he seems to be when he's dealing with the media.
from: Winnipeg Sun

Blue Jays' Josh Donaldson says calf injury 'frustrating'
It's all about the optics.
from: Winnipeg Sun

It's time Liberals changed tune on sports betting
If Major League Baseball is willing to revisit its opposition to legalized single event sports betting, then it's time Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the federal Liberal government did the same.
from: Winnipeg Sun

Jays' Donaldson suffers possible calf injury
Blue Jays third baseman Josh Donaldson left the Jays' training site on Saturday after he "felt something in his right calf."
from: Winnipeg Sun

After dismal 2016, Jays prospect Alford ready to bring it
DUNEDIN -- Anthony Alford played football at a high level for years and never got his bell rung, until he started concentrating on a more pastoral sport, baseball.
from: Winnipeg Sun

Blue Jays' Happ looking to backup superb 2016 season
DUNEDIN -- J.A. Happ's season last year was sort of like a secret bombing run. He flew under the radar.
from: Winnipeg Sun

Josh Donaldson strained both calfs last year: Trainer
The Josh Donaldson calf story has taken more twists and turns than a game of Snakes and Ladders.
from: Winnipeg Sun

Catcher Juan Graterol looking to impress Blue Jays
The past six months have been a time of celebration and mass confusion for Blue Jays catcher Juan Graterol. With the emphasis on the latter.
from: Winnipeg Sun

Blue Jays reliever Dermody pedaling for roster spot
DUNEDIN -- Both Matt Dermody's career and body took flight last season.
from: Winnipeg Sun

MLB's rule change forgets that baseball takes as long as it needs
After a long winter without baseball, it's worth questioning leadership that keeps proposing increasingly bizarre ways to condense this game - like omitting the four-pitch intentional walk
from: The Global and Mail

MLB players' union agrees to pitchless intentional walks
While the union has resisted many of MLB's proposed innovations, such as raising the bottom of the strike zone, installing pitch clocks and limiting trips to the mound, players are willing to accept the intentional walk change
from: The Global and Mail

Blue Jays' Smoak aims to overcome struggles, prove his value
GM Ross Atkins says the team believes Smoak could be their primary answer at first base
from: The Global and Mail

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