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NYY vs. TOR: James Paxton vs. T.J. Zeuth

NYY vs. TOR: James Paxton vs. T.J. Zeuth

Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports The Yankees seek to avenge Friday’s loss with Paxton on the mound. The first game of the Yankees and Blue Jays series ended with a victory for Toronto on Friday night. A two-run Justin Smoak homer off of Tommy Kahnle in the seventh inning gave the Jays a 4-3 lead that stuck for the rest of the game. Today, the division rivals will face off again for game two. Taking the mound for the Yankees is James Paxton, who has been brilliant recently. In nine starts since his July 26th clunker in Boston, Paxton has earned a 2.50 ERA in 54 innings. He has 61...
Jays Journal 3 hours ago

Blue Jays: It’s too soon to say farewell to Justin Smoak

It seems like the farewell tour has begun for Justin Smoak lately, and given the state of the Blue Jays’ roster, it feels premature to say bye right now. As we wind down the 2019 season, there are less than 10 games left to enjoy this year, at least as far as watching the Blue […] Blue Jays: It’s too soon to say farewell to Justin Smoak - Jays Journal - Jays Journal - A Toronto Blue Jays Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Jays Journal Sep 1, 2019

Blue Jays: Are we about to say goodbye to Justin Smoak?

The Toronto Blue Jays are a team in the midst of a rebuild. Part of that process is deciding whether or not to retain veteran players who have made positive contributions to the organization in the past but may not be core players as the team ascends into its competitive phase. Justin Smoak is one […] Blue Jays: Are we about to say goodbye to Justin Smoak? - Jays Journal - Jays Journal - A Toronto Blue Jays Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Jays Journal Aug 29, 2019

Blue Jays: The last of the playoff teams could be erased this winter

With the pending free agency of Justin Smoak and the questionable futures of Devon Travis and Ryan Tepera, the last of the playoff teams in 2015-16 may be erased this winter. For the casual Blue Jays fan that only really watches when their team is in the playoffs, a lot has changed since Jose Bautista, […] Blue Jays: The last of the playoff teams could be erased this winter - Jays Journal - Jays Journal - A Toronto Blue Jays Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Jays Journal Aug 21, 2019

Blue Jays: Will Justin Smoak be back in Toronto next season?

When the Toronto Blue Jays claimed Justin Smoak on waivers way back in 2014, it was uncertain whether the former first-round selection’s career could be turned around. Five years after he first joined the team, Justin Smoak is now the longest-tenured Blue Jay and one of the last remaining pieces from the 2015 playoff run. He […] Blue Jays: Will Justin Smoak be back in Toronto next season? - Jays Journal - Jays Journal - A Toronto Blue Jays Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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