Ricky Romero

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Blue Jays’ season had bright spots

The season that never was is, perhaps for most, finally over. Inflated hopes carried over from spring training into a competitive April that eclipsed Jose Bautista’s slump, and the fact that there was no definite…

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Jays drop doubleheader to Yankees

Ichiro Suzuki doesn’t believe in second chances. The 38-year old outfielder went 4-for-4 with four stolen bases to ensure that the Blue Jays (66-81) couldn’t win the second game of the Wednesday doubleheader at Yankee…

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Mariners hand Jays’ Romero another loss

One night after the Seattle Mariners spoiled Toronto four-game winning streak, they walked out of Wednesday night’s contest with another one-run win, defeating the Blue Jays, 3-2. The game’s winning run came at the end…

Farrell believes Romero needs more rest

In the wake of Ricky Romero’s last outing, a 9-4 loss to Tampa Bay on Sunday in which he allowed seven runs on eight hits and one walk in his shortest start of the season (one inning plus), manager John Farrell is hoping extra time between games will help his struggling star.

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Jays dump Red Sox to win series

Two rookies had a big game Thursday night for the Blue Jays as they handily disposed of the Boston Red Sox, 7-3, in front of 17, 189 fans at the Rogers Centre. J.P. Arencibia crushed…

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Jays’ starting rotation has bright future

[audio:http://torontoobserver.ca/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/chris_jayspitching_podcast.mp3|titles=chris_jayspitching_podcast] When looking for a reason why the Toronto Blue Jays have been able to maintain their plus .500 status, the immediate response you’re likely to hear would be the team’s sizzling bats. With Jose…