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Jays From The Couch 3 hours ago

Toronto Blue Jays 2017 Projections – Francisco Liriano

  Jays From the Couch brings you a look at what to expect from Toronto Blue Jays Starting Pitcher, Francisco Liriano in 2017       With Spring Training workouts under […] The post Toronto Blue Jays 2017 Projections – Francisco Liriano appeared first on Jays From The Couch.
Blue Bird Banter Feb 16, 2017
Predicting the Toronto Blue Jays Opening Day Roster

Predicting the Toronto Blue Jays Opening Day Roster

With Spring Training now here, I try to predict the Blue Jays Opening Day Roster The Blue Jays have had a quiet off-season, but with most holes filled and spring training here, I’ll take a shot at predicting what the opening day roster will look like. Starters Aaron Sanchez Marco Estrada J.A. Happ Marcus Stroman Francisco Liriano The Jays starters are set in stone, it will just be setting the rotation up, and who starts opening day. The Jays rotation will have to play a massive role again if the Jays want to return to the post-season. As last year, the Jays rotation kept them afloat...
MLB Daily Dish Feb 16, 2017
Blue Jays sign Mat Latos to minor-league deal

Blue Jays sign Mat Latos to minor-league deal

The starter will serve as rotation depth for the Jays after waiting all offseason for a contract. The Blue Jays are closing in on a minor-league deal with righty Mat Latos, a source confirmed to SB Nation on Thursday. Sportsnet’s Ben Nicholson-Smith was first on the report. Latos will serve as rotation depth for the Jays, joining fellow free-agent signees Lucas Harrell, Gavin Floyd, Brett Oberholtzer and T.J. House behind a rotation group that is slated to include Marco Estrada, Aaron Sanchez, Marcus Stroman, J.A. Happ and Francisco Liriano. Latos is likely to begin the season with...
Blue Bird Banter Feb 14, 2017
Who Will Throw the Next Blue Jay No-Hitter?

Who Will Throw the Next Blue Jay No-Hitter?

It’s been 27 years since the first, and last, Blue Jay no-hitter. The Blue Jays, tied for second last all-time in franchise no-hitters, have not accomplished the elusive feat since Dave Stieb hurled a masterpiece on September 2nd, 1990. Since then, one of the most thrilling feats in major league baseball has ceased to exist north of the border for 27 years, despite many close calls, and the lament of fans across Canada continues. But which of the current five Blue Jay starters is most likely to throw a no-hitter within the next season? 5. Francisco Liriano Despite throwing a no-hitter...
Jays Journal Feb 13, 2017

Expect good things in 2017 from Francisco Liriano

The Toronto Blue Jays front office has had a recent history of gambling on under-performing pitchers such as Jason Grilli and Joaquin Benoit in 2016. In the off-season, they continued that trend with the signings of Joe Smith and J.P. Howell. They also took a chance on Francisco Liriano last season and the results were good. Though the sample size was […] Expect good things in 2017 from Francisco Liriano - Jays Journal - Jays Journal - A Toronto Blue Jays Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Jays From The Couch Feb 5, 2017

On Toronto Blue Jays SP, Francisco Liriano and His Pitch Usage

  Jays From the Couch digs into the changes Toronto Blue Jays SP, Francisco Liriano, made after coming to Toronto.     When the Toronto Blue Jays acquired Francisco Liriano […] The post On Toronto Blue Jays SP, Francisco Liriano and His Pitch Usage appeared first on Jays From The Couch.

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