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Anthony Alford: Two Sports, No Problem

August 11, 2014

Anthony Alford: Two Sports, No Problem

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Playing professional baseball can be a tough task with all the responsibilities that athletes undertake on a daily basis. Now, imagine mixing that busy schedule with college classes and football. Sounds tough, right? Well that’s business as usual for Blue Jays...

Dawel Lugo's Season Impressing in Lansing

July 30, 2014

Dawel Lugo's Season Impressing in Lansing

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Every young baseball player dreams of being on the same field with their favorite player. While some players get the chance, very few are in the same position as Dawel Lugo who is gunning to be the Blue Jays shortstop of the future. A role currently filled by his...

David Harris Offers Great Utility For Lugnuts

July 17, 2014

David Harris Offers Great Utility For Lugnuts

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Every great baseball team has utility guys – players that can play a wide variety of positions and fill numerous roles on the team. The Lansing Lugnuts have that and more in David Harris, who joined the team in June. With the ability to play anywhere on the...

Blue Jays Rule 5 Selection Roberto Espinosa Improving with Increased Fastball Velocity

July 15, 2014

Blue Jays Rule 5 Selection Roberto Espinosa Improving with Increased Fastball Velocity

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With a focus on pitching last December, the Toronto Blue Jays selected three arms in the minor league portion of the Rule 5 draft. Right-hander Roberto Espinosa was the highest selected of the Blue Jays three picks when he was taken with the 6th overall pick of...

Tim Raines Mentors in Lansing

July 9, 2014

Tim Raines Mentors in Lansing

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The Blue Jays’ outfield and baserunning duties are in good hands with roving instructor Tim Raines. The retired outfielder and four-time National League Stolen Base Champion brings his knowledge to the Blue Jays organization and helps players sharpen their skills...