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Three beautiful ugly Christmas sweaters

Posted: Dec 5 2015 | 1:28 pm
With the reported departure of ace pitcher David Price to the division rival Boston Red Sox, many Blue Jays fans may be feeling glum this holiday season. Fret not because even with the departure of David Price the Blue Jays still have a stable of talented players on the roster, three of whom have now […]

Baseball Sports

The language of baseball is enough for Richard Urena

Posted: Mar 15 2015 | 9:18 pm
Dunedin, Fla, — Blue Jays shortstop prospect Richard Urena is fluent in baseball. Still, Urena admits that even after two years of minor league baseball with the Blue Jays organization he still struggles with the English language. He stands firm that he is capable of soaking up the best of his experiences in North American […]

Baseball Sports

Blue Jays’ Matt Morgan makes jump to the pros

Matt Morgan works on a receiving drill at the Bobby Mattick Training Complex

Posted: Mar 15 2015 | 9:08 pm
DUNEDIN, Fla. – Matt Morgan knew out of high school that the pros would be his next stop. The Blue Jays drafted Morgan in the fourth round of the Rule 4 Draft last year, making him the highest drafted catcher out of the state of Alabama since Lee Evans in 1996.

Baseball Sports

Worried about his friend´s life

Adonys Cardona training at the minors-league spring traning 2015

Posted: Mar 12 2015 | 11:46 pm
Tampa, Fla— Víctor Sánchez´s near-death accident gave Blue Jays prospect Adonys Cardona a different perspective towards his future. The Seattle Mariners’ prospect, Sánchez, suffered a skull fracture after he was struck in the head by a boat propeller while he was swimming at Playa Medina, a popular beach in Carúpano, Venezuela. Cardona and Sánchez grew […]

Baseball Sports

Blue Jays prospect Cole balances faith and baseball

Taylor Cole at Blue Jays camp in Dunedin, Fla practising his fielding.

Posted: Mar 12 2015 | 8:04 pm
DUNEDIN, Fla. – Toronto Blue Jays prospect Taylor Cole has different priorities than an average baseball player. The 25-year-old pitcher missed two years of baseball to go on a Latter Day Saints mission in Toronto from 2008 – 2010; something he has no regrets about. The Las Vegas native was drafted right after high school […] @storyartscentre Story Arts Centre on Vine Story Arts Centre on Google+