Romero hopes to follow Halladay's path back to majors | Baseball | CBC Sports
Written by some guy from some blog... see, I remembered to seek Daker's article this time! The Blue Jays' demotion of Ricky Romero to Dunedin carries echoes of Roy Halladay's banishment to A-ball in 2001, when the late pitching coach Mel Queen helped rebuild him into the best hurler in Toronto history.
Toronto Blue Jays pitching coach says he started too late on Ricky Romero fix | MLB | Sports | National Post
Perhaps the Toronto Blue Jays and their struggling pitcher could have avoided the angst that unfolded behind closed doors Tuesday
Toronto Blue Jays’ R.A. Dickey is prepared for opening-night hullaballoo | MLB | Sports | National Post
Dickey says he is ready — for the hoopla of opening night, the grind of 200-plus innings and the hunt for a victorious October
Toronto Blue Jays’ Brandon Morrow forces himself to rely less on the strikeout | MLB | Sports | National Post
Self-coaching took Brandon Morrow to a new pitching plateau
The Blue Jay Hunter: What Does the J.A. Happ Extension Mean?
Ian asks "What's Happening?" while AA is all "Hey Hey Hey."
The Blue Jay Hunter: How Will Mark Buehrle Transition to the AL East?
Ian looks at Buehrle and the Beast
Baseball analyst Tim McCarver to retire from Fox at end of this season | MLB | Sports | National Post
Baseball analyst Tim McCarver said Wednesday he will retire from his position at Fox after this season. Note: YAY!
MLB: Lyle Overbay likely Yankees opening day starter at first | Toronto Star
Former Blue Jay set to fill for injured Mark Teixeira, Juan Rivera cut.
Ailing A-Rod will make more than all Houston Astros combined | Toronto Star
Yankees’ Rodriguez to make $29 million this season, tops among all major league players and more than the entire payroll of the Houston Astros.
2013 Positional Power Rankings: Wrap-Up | FanGraphs Baseball
FG's final tally on the positional power rankings. Jays are in the Top 10.
Baseball’s greatest bumslayers
From HBT: A look at the pitchers who specialize in whipping the hell out of the little teams of this earth (and stink against quality opponents).
HBT looks at the robot named Mariano Rivera.
TODAY IN BASEBALL HISTORY: HONESTY DOES NOT PAY EDITION
Baseball History March 29th - National Pastime - Baseball History
1954 After telling reporters his team had little chance to finish in the first division, skipper Phil Cavarretta is fired by the Cubs. The 36-year old player-manager, who compiled a 169-213 (.442) record during his three years at the helm, is the first person to lose a manergerial position during spring training. NOTE: He was right. Their record was 64-90.