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  • Mitch White Recalled From Triple-A, Will Start Saturday

    Toronto Blue Jays right-handed pitcher Mitch White has been recalled from Triple-A Buffalo, according to an announcement from the club. Assuming the bad weather holds off, he'll start against Minnesota on Saturday. White was acquired from Los Angeles at the trade deadline after throwing 11.2 scoreless innings for the Dodgers' Triple-A affiliate, and he has also looked solid through 15 outings in the majors. White reported to the Blue Jays' Triple-A club in Buffalo but didn't appear in a game, so Saturday's start represents his debut in the Jays organization.

    Aug 6 · Source via Blue Jays Mitch White closers
  • George Springer Placed On Injured List

    Toronto Blue Jays outfielder George Springer (right elbow inflammation) has been placed on the 10-day injured list, according to an announcement from the club. The move is retroactive to August 5th. The 34-year-old has swung an impactful bat this season, slashing .251/.331/.464 with 18 homers, 49 RBI, a 9.3 BB%, and 18.7 K%. He has played in just one game over the last week and will presumably be replaced by newcomer Whit Merrifield for the time being.

    Aug 6 · Source via Blue Jays George Springer
  • Jose Berrios Knocked Out In Fourth

    Toronto Blue Jays starting pitcher Jose Berrios couldn't escape the fourth inning on Friday, giving up five runs on six hits and two walks in 3 2/3 innings. He struck out one batter. This outing breaks a streak of six starts in which Berrios allowed three earned runs or less. He now has an 8-4 record with a 5.19 ERA, 1.35 WHIP, and 107 strikeouts in 118 innings across 22 starts this year. It's been a disappointing campaign for the right-hander, and for the fantasy managers who are invested in him.

    Aug 6 · Source via Blue Jays Jose Berrios
  • Whit Merrifield Making Season Debut For Blue Jays

    Toronto Blue Jays second baseman/outfielder Whit Merrifield is making his debut with the team on Thursday against Minnesota Twins right-hander Sonny Gray, starting in center field and hitting eighth in the batting order. The Toronto Sun's Rob Longley is reporting that Merrifield is now vaccinated against COVID-19, so he'll be able to play for the team when they return home to Canada. The 33-year-old is in center field with George Springer (elbow) being eased back into the lineup due to an elbow issue. Most of Merrifield's playing time with his new squad will come at second base. Hitting near the bottom of the order isn't ideal for his fantasy managers, but Merrifield should have a better shot at racking up counting stats in Toronto. He's currently hitting .240/.290/.352 with six home runs, 42 RBI, 51 runs scored and 15 stolen bases in 383 at-bats in 2022.

    Aug 4 · Source via Blue Jays Whit Merrifield
  • George Springer Returns Against Twins

    Toronto Blue Jays outfielder George Springer (elbow) is back in the starting lineup on Thursday against Minnesota Twins right-hander Sonny Gray, serving as the designated hitter while manning his usual leadoff spot in the batting order. Springer will return to action after missing four of the team's last five games with a lingering elbow injury. While the Blue Jays are easing him back in as the DH, the 32-year-old should be returned to all fantasy lineups in single-year leagues. In just six games played since the All-Star break, Springer has gone 7-for-26 (.269) with a homer, five RBI, five runs scored and a stolen base. Overall, his line stands at .251/.330/.467 with 18 home runs, 47 RBI, 58 runs scored and 10 stolen bases in 334 at-bats.

    Aug 4 · Source via Blue Jays George Springer
  • Ross Stripling Goes On Injured List

    Toronto Blue Jays right-hander Ross Stripling (glute) was placed on the 15-day injured list on Wednesday with a right glute strain and Matt Peacock was recalled in a corresponding move. Manager John Schneider said the hope is that Stripling requires only a short recovery time. Fantasy managers will be hoping that the 32-year-old veteran will be able to return when eligible in mid-August. New pitcher Mitch White looks like the leading candidate to take Stripling's place in the starting rotation. Stripling is worth stashing in the majority of fantasy leagues, as he's gone 5-3 with a 3.16 ERA (3.02 FIP), a 1.10 WHIP, one save, 67 strikeouts and 15 walks in 82 2/3 frames over 23 appearances (15 starts) for the Blue Jays this year.

    Aug 3 · Source via Blue Jays Ross Stripling
  • George Springer Still Out Against Rays

    Toronto Blue Jays outfielder George Springer (elbow) remains out of the starting lineup on Wednesday against the Tampa Bay Rays. It will be the fourth time that Springer has sat out in the team's last five games, leaving some to wonder if his elbow injury is much more serious than the team is letting on. For now, fantasy managers have to consider him day-to-day while keeping him on their benches. Raimel Tapia is back in center field and is hitting ninth on Wednesday against Rays left-hander Jalen Beeks. Tapia is swinging the bat well this year, but he's not as strong against lefties while hitting from the left side of the plate. He's gone 10-for-38 (.263) against southpaws in 2022 with only one of his five home runs.

    Aug 3 · Source via Blue Jays George Springer
  • Kevin Gausman Strikes Out 10 In Tuesday Gem

    Toronto Blue Jays starting pitcher Kevin Gausman had an excellent bounce-back start in Tuesday's 3-1 win over the Rays. Gausman pitched 8 shutout innings, allowing one hit and one walk with 10 strikeouts. This was an encouraging sign for fantasy managers, as Gausman had not pitched well overall coming back from the All-Star break. Despite his recent scuffles, the 31-year-old still has an 8-8 record with a 3.06 ERA and 10.64 K/9 rate through 20 starts this season. He will look to turn in another strong start on the road against the Twins.

    Aug 3 · Source via Blue Jays Kevin Gausman
  • Jordan Romano Allows Homer But Earns Save Tuesday

    Toronto Blue Jays closer Jordan Romano did not have the cleanest outing but did pick up his 25th save of the season in Tuesday's 3-1 win over the Rays. Romano entered to pitch the ninth inning with a three-run lead. He allowed a leadoff solo home run to Taylor Walls but then got the next three hitters out on a groundout, strikeout, and flyout. Romano has been excellent overall this season, converting all but three save opportunities with a 2.50 ERA.

    Aug 3 · Source via Blue Jays Jordan Romano closers
  • Kevin Gausman Goes Eight Strong Innings Tuesday

    Toronto Blue Jays starting pitcher Kevin Gausman completed eight innings of work against the Tampa Bay Rays on Tuesday, earning his eighth win in the process. The right-hander struck out ten, walked one, and allowed no runs and just one hit. Gausman's now sporting an impressive 3.06 ERA with a 1.24 WHIP, 132 strikeouts, and 20 walks across 111.2 IP. He's been dominant as of late, producing a 2.79 ERA in his last seven starts. Gausman's been big to fantasy managers all season, and nothing says that won't continue.

    Aug 2 · Source via Blue Jays Kevin Gausman
  • Pirates Acquire Jeremy Beasley

    The Pirates have acquired right-hander Jeremy Beasley from the Blue Jays just prior to the trade deadline, with Toronto getting cash considerations in return.  Beasley has been assigned to Pittsburgh’s Triple-A squad. The 26-year-old Beasley has a 5.84 ERA over 24 2/3 innings in the majors, appearing in parts of the 2020-22 seasons with the…

    Aug 2 · MLB Trade Rumors Blue Jays Pirates Jeremy Beasley
  • Whit Merrifield Traded To Toronto

    Kansas City Royals second baseman Whit Merrifield has been traded to the Toronto Blue Jays. This is a bit of an odd move considering Merrifield's vaccination status. All players who play in Toronto must be vaccinated and Merrifield missed a series earlier in Toronto due to his status. Regardless, the Royals will receive infielders Samad Taylor and Max Castillo in exchange for Merrifield. Sadly, the Royals didn't get a great return on Merrifield due to his down year he's having at the plate. Right now, Merrifield is slashing .240/.290/.352 with six home runs and 15 stolen bases through 95 games. Possibly, a move to Toronto will help increase his fantasy value. The Blue Jays do have a better lineup, so Merrifield might get more chances with runners in scoring position.

    Aug 2 · Source via Royals Blue Jays Whit Merrifield
  • Blue Jays Acquire Mitch White From Dodgers

    The Blue Jays and Dodgers have agreed to a trade sending righty Mitch White from Los Angeles to Toronto in exchange for minor league pitchers, tweets FanSided’s Robert Murray. The teams have since announced the trade, with White and minor league infielder Alex De Jesus headed to Toronto in exchange for minor league righty Nick…

    Aug 2 · MLB Trade Rumors Dodgers Blue Jays Alex De Jesus Nick Frasso Mitch White closers
  • George Springer Not Starting Tuesday Versus Rays

    Toronto Blue Jays outfielder George Springer (elbow) won't suit up against the Rays on Tuesday evening. He suffered the injury last Thursday, missed Friday's game, and returned Saturday. However, he was out of the lineup again on Sunday and now misses his second consecutive contest. Springer is slashing an impressive .251/.330/.467 with 18 homers, 47 RBI, 35 walks, 72 strikeouts, and 10 stolen bases. Lourdes Gurriel Jr. will occupy the leadoff spot in his absence while Raimel Tapia patrols center field. As soon as Springer is healthy again, he belongs in your fantasy lineup.

    Aug 2 · Source via Blue Jays George Springer
  • Blue Jays Discussing Noah Syndergaard, Raisel Iglesias

    The Toronto Blue Jays are talking to the Los Angeles Angels about starting pitcher Noah Syndergaard and closer Raisel Iglesias with the trade deadline approaching on Tuesday. The Philadelphia Phillies have also been linked to Syndergaard, but general manager Dave Dombrowski isn't often a buyer of rental players like Thor. Syndergaard has been solid in his first year with the Angels, posting a 3.83 ERA and a 1.21 WHIP with a 64:22 K:BB in 80 innings over his 15 starts, but he has struggled to get run support from the lowly Angels offense. That probably wouldn't be as much of a problem in Toronto. Iglesias has a 4.04 ERA, 1.06 WHIP, 16 saves and 48 strikeouts in 35 2/3 innings as the Halos closer, but he'd become a top-end setup arm in Toronto in front of closer Jordan Roman if he was dealt to the Jays.

    Aug 2 · Source via Angels Blue Jays Noah Syndergaard Raisel Iglesias closers
  • Jordan Groshans Heading To Miami

    The Miami Marlins are acquiring infield prospect Jordan Groshans from the Toronto Blue Jays on Tuesday in exchange for right-handed relievers Anthony Bass and Zach Pop and an unnamed smaller piece. Groshans is a top-100 prospect and was ranked as the Blue Jays' No. 4 prospect, per MLB Pipeline, before the trade. The 22-year-old is currently a shortstop, but he could make the move to the hot corner eventually. In 67 games for Triple-A Buffalo this year, he hit .250/.348/.296 with one home run, 24 RBI, 30 runs scored and two stolen bases in 279 plate appearances. Groshans was once believed to have plus potential power, but that hasn't been the case in recent seasons, as he's gone deep just eight times in the last two seasons.

    Aug 2 · Source via Blue Jays Marlins Jordan Groshans prospects
  • Anthony Bass, Zach Pop Dealt To Blue Jays

    The Toronto Blue Jays are acquiring relief pitcher Anthony Bass, right-hander Zach Pop and a smaller unnamed piece on Tuesday in exchange for infield prospect Jordan Groshans. The Blue Jays had been looking to upgrade their bullpen for a run at a postseason spot, so Bass and Pop will be inserted as late-inning setup men in Toronto in front of closer Jordan Romano. Bass has been excellent this year, posting a 1.41 ERA, 0.94 WHIP and 45:10 K:BB in 44 2/3 innings, but his fantasy value won't change all that much in a setup role in Toronto. Pop has been solid but not spectacular, going 2-0 with a 3.60 ERA, 1.25 WHIP and 14 strikeouts in 20 relief innings for the Fish.

    Aug 2 · Source via Marlins Blue Jays Anthony Bass Zach Pop closers
  • Noah Syndergaard Trade Increasingly Likely; Blue Jays Among Teams With Interest

    The Blue Jays are “making a play” for Angles starter Noah Syndergaard, tweets Jon Heyman of the New York Post. Blue Jays Nation’s Brendon Kuhn was first to report the club’s contact with the Halos. Jon Morosi of tweets that the Jays, Braves and previously-reported Phillies were among the teams with recent interest in Syndergaard, although…

    Aug 2 · MLB Trade Rumors Angels Blue Jays Noah Syndergaard
  • George Springer Out Of The Lineup Sunday

    Toronto Blue Jays outfielder George Springer is not in the starting lineup on Sunday against the Detroit Tigers. Springer missed Friday's game with a minor elbow injury, but he returned on Saturday and went 0-for-3 with a run scored and a walk. He'll get a normal day of rest on Sunday in the series finale. Raimel Tapia will once again fill in for him in center field and will hit eighth against Tigers right-hander Garrett Hill. Tapia doesn't have a ton of power and isn't a high-upside DFS play at the bottom of the batting order, but he's been swinging a strong bat all season, slashing .284/.306/.410 with five home runs, 36 RBI, 30 runs scored and five stolen bases in 261 at-bats for Toronto.

    Jul 31 · Source via Blue Jays George Springer
  • Trent Thornton Recalled On Saturday

    Toronto Blue Jays right-hander Trent Thornton has been recalled from Triple-A Buffalo on Saturday. The 28-year-old reliever, who's gone back and forth between the majors and the minors this year, will provide some bullpen depth for the Jays moving forward. He owns a 4.38 ERA, 1.32 WHIP, and 29:15 K/BB ratio over 37 innings (26 appearances) this season. Rookie Max Castillo was optioned to Triple-A in a corresponding move.

    Jul 30 · Source via Blue Jays Trent Thornton
  • Alek Manoah Feeling Better After Friday's Early Exit

    Toronto Blue Jays starting pitcher Alek Manoah (elbow), who took a comebacker off his elbow during Friday's start against the Tigers, is "feeling better," according to interim manager John Schneider. Manoah received X-rays on his elbow, which came back negative. The hard-throwing right-hander has been diagnosed with a contusion and will get a few days off before throwing on the side. Fantasy managers should consider him day-to-day for now and monitor his status early next week.

    Jul 30 · Source via Blue Jays Alek Manoah
  • Blue Jays Interested In Michael Fulmer

    The Toronto Blue Jays are among the teams interested in Detroit Tigers relief pitcher Michael Fulmer, according to sources. Fulmer tossed a scoreless eighth inning against the Blue Jays on Friday night and has been very solid in a relief role for Detroit this year, posting a 2.77 ERA and a 1.15 WHIP with two saves, 38 strikeouts and 20 walks in 39 relief innings. The 29-year-old right-hander will be a free agent after this season, and he could provide the Blue Jays with an experienced bullpen arm ahead of closer Jordan Romano as they prepare for a run at a postseason spot in the second half of the season.

    Jul 30 · Source via Tigers Blue Jays Michael Fulmer closers
  • George Springer, Bo Bichette Return Saturday

    Toronto Blue Jays outfielder George Springer (elbow) and shortstop Bo Bichette (shoulder) are both back in the starting lineup on Saturday against Detroit Tigers right-hander Drew Hutchison. Springer is serving as the designated hitter and batting leadoff, while Bichette is at shortstop while hitting cleanup. Springer and Bichette both missed Friday's loss, but there injuries were never serious and they will both only miss one game. Fantasy managers should return them both to their starting lineups. Springer is hitting. 254 with 18 homers, 47 RBI and 10 stolen bases on the year, while Bichette is hitting .261 with 14 long balls, 53 RBI and seven stolen bases in 410 at-bats.

    Jul 30 · Source via Blue Jays George Springer Bo Bichette
  • Matt Chapman Hits His 19th Home Run

    Toronto Blue Jays third baseman Matt Chapman went 1-for-3 with a solo home run, one walk and a strikeout in Friday's 4-2 loss to the Detroit Tigers to continue his recent power surge. He has now hit three home runs in the last two games and is currently riding a modest eight-game hitting streak to raise his season slash line to .246/.323/.474 with 19 home runs, 55 RBI, 55 runs scored and a stolen base in 371 plate appearances over 94 games. He's been great in the month of July, going 25-for-78 (.321) with eight home runs, 20 RBI and 15 runs scored in 23 games. Needless to say, Chapman needs to be in your fantasy lineups during his hot stretch at the plate.

    Jul 30 · Source via Blue Jays Matt Chapman
  • Alek Manoah Leaves Start Early

    Toronto Blue Jays right-hander Alek Manoah left his Friday start against the Detroit Tigers after he was hit on his right elbow by a comebacker off the bat of Jonathan Schoop. Manoah appeared to be in a good deal of pain as he was departing during the sixth inning. The 24-year-old right-hander allowed four runs on seven hits over 5 1/3 innings while striking out four and walking one before leaving. Manoah is putting together a breakout season, posting an 11-4 record, 2.43 ERA, 0.99 WHIP, and 114 strikeouts over 126 innings of work. Look for Toronto to update his status after Friday's game.

    Jul 29 · Source via Blue Jays Alek Manoah
  • Bo Bichette Out With Sore Shoulder

    Toronto Blue Jays shortstop Bo Bichette (shoulder) collided with outfielder Lourdes Gurriel Jr. in left field on Thursday night, and his left shoulder is sore. He's considered day-to-day and is out of the starting lineup on Friday against the Detroit Tigers. Interim manager John Schneider said Bichette is available off the bench, so the injury obviously isn't very serious. With the 24-year-old getting a day off, Santiago Espinal will move to shortstop and hit eighth in the lineup against Tigers right-hander Bryan Garcia, with Cavan Biggio starting at second and leading off. Espinal was a first-time All-Star this year and is hitting .270 with six home runs, 40 RBI, 39 runs scored and five stolen bases in 96 games, but he won't have a ton of upside near the bottom of Toronto's lineup.

    Jul 29 · Source via Blue Jays Bo Bichette
  • George Springer Not Starting Friday

    Toronto Blue Jays outfielder George Springer (elbow) is not in the starting lineup on Friday against the Detroit Tigers. Springer left the game early on Thursday with right elbow discomfort, but he also said he felt fine, insinuating that his injury isn't all that serious. It sounds like the Blue Jays are just giving him an extra rest, so we should see Springer again at some point this weekend. Springer will be available off the bench on Friday. Raimel Tapia is starting in center field and batting seventh on Friday against Tigers right-hander Bryan Garcia. Tapia doesn't have a whole lot of power, but he's been swinging a hot bat in 2022 and has gone 19-for-47 (.404) with two home runs, 14 RBI, a steal and seven runs scored in 15 games in July.

    Jul 29 · Source via Blue Jays George Springer
  • George Springer "Feeling Good" After Early Exit

    Toronto Blue Jays outfielder George Springer (elbow) exited Thursday's game against the Detroit Tigers with elbow discomfort. According to manager John Schneider, Springer is "feeling good." He exited early after a swing in the eighth inning. The 32-year-old went 1-for-5 with a run and two strikeouts before leaving. He was replaced in the game by Raimel Tapia. Springer is considered day-to-day but appears to have avoided a significant injury. Tapia will handle center-field duties if Springer is forced to miss any games.

    Jul 28 · Source via Blue Jays George Springer
  • Lourdes Gurriel Jr. Getting A Breather On Wednesday

    Toronto Blue Jays outfielder Lourdes Gurriel Jr. is absent from the starting lineup for Wednesday's game against right-hander Adam Wainwright and the St. Louis Cardinals. Raimel Tapia will be handling left field duties for the contest. Gurriel has been fantastic at the plate over the course of July. He owns a .408/.444/.513 slash line across the month, which has helped lift his season-long slash line to .313/.362/.433. We're still waiting to see the home runs come in as he has just five homers across 88 games on the year. He has a peculiarly low 5.4% HR/FB rate (down from 15.3% last year), despite the fact that he's improved upon both his launch angle and hard-hit rate from last year. There's a good chance we could see some positive home run regression for Gurriel over the final months of the year.

    Jul 27 · Source via Blue Jays Lourdes Gurriel
  • Bo Bichette Doubles Twice In Tuesday's Win

    Toronto Blue Jays shortstop Bo Bichette helped the team route the St. Louis Cardinals 10-3 on Tuesday. He went 2-for-4 with a pair of doubles and a pair of runs in the game. The 24-year-old owns a .259/.305/.421 slash line on the year and he's compiled 14 home runs, seven stolen bases, 52 RBI and 55 runs across 96 games. It's been a disappointing output considering he racked up 29 homers, 25 stolen bases, 102 RBI and 121 runs last year while posting an .828 OPS. His hard contact metrics are mostly all right where they were last year, but his strikeout rate has ballooned up from 19.9% last year to 24.7% this year. We'll see if he can cut down on those strikeouts over the second half of the 2022 season.

    Jul 27 · Source via Blue Jays Bo Bichette
  • Vladimir Guerrero Jr. Launches His 21st Homer

    Toronto Blue Jays first baseman Vladimir Guerrero Jr. went 1-for-5 with a two-run home run in the team's 10-3 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals on Tuesday. The 23-year-old has been red hot at the plate since the All-Star break. Over four games since play resumed, he has gone 8-for-18 at the plate with a homer, two doubles, a walk, five RBI and four runs scored. He's slashing .279/.352/.496 on the year to go along with 21 home runs, 62 RBI and 55 runs.

    Jul 27 · Source via Blue Jays Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
  • George Springer Hits Grand Slam Tuesday

    Toronto Blue Jays outfielder George Springer played his part in Tuesday's 10-3 win over the Cardinals, going 3-for-5 with two singles and a grand slam. Springer broke things open in the sixth inning, crushing a fastball over the center-field wall for his 18th homer of the season. Springer has once again provided power and speed to fantasy lineups, slashing .258/.336/.481 with 47 RBI and 10 stolen bases. He should be in fantasy managers' lineups at all times as long as he can stay healthy.

    Jul 27 · Source via Blue Jays George Springer
  • Orelvis Martinez Enjoying Strong Start To Second Half

    Toronto Blue Jays shortstop prospect Orelvis Martinez is off to an impressive start post-All-Star Break. One of the team's best prospects, he boasts good bat speed and more power than you would expect out of an undersized shortstop. Although his home run totals continue to garner plenty of attention, there's no denying that Martinez's discipline needs to improve. He chases far too many pitches out of the zone, especially ones that miss outside. The 20-year-old has spent most of his time at shortstop but could transition to third base pretty seamlessly if needed. Martinez's second half of the season got off to a hot start this past week. He went 0-for-4 in his first game back but then proceeded to go 6-for-8 with three homers, one double, and five RBI over the course of his last two contests. The right-hander scored five runs in the process and also managed to increase his slugging percentage by 43 points. Anticipate a mid-2023 MLB debut for the Dominican Republic native.

    Jul 26 · Source via Blue Jays Orelvis Martinez prospects
  • George Springer Returns To The Lineup

    Toronto Blue Jays outfielder George Springer is starting in center field and batting leadoff on Saturday vs. the Boston Red Sox. Springer missed the final game of the first half of the season last week and sat out during Friday's 28-5 drubbing of the Red Sox as well. He should be well rested and ready to rock against Boston starter Kutter Crawford. Springer is slashing .250/.330/.474 with 17 home runs, 42 RBI, and nine stolen bases across 308 at-bats this season.

    Jul 23 · Source via Blue Jays George Springer
  • Danny Jansen Hits Two Homers Friday Night

    Toronto Blue Jays catcher Danny Jansen clubbed two home runs in the team's 28-5 embarrassment of the Boston Red Sox on Friday night. Jansen finished the evening 3-for-6 with six RBI, four runs scored, a walk and a strikeout. The home runs were his first since June 1, and he is now hitting .260/.329/.644 with a .973 OPS, nine home runs, 19 RBI and 14 runs scored over 82 plate appearances and 24 games. The 27-year-old has been on fire since returning from the injured list, going 6-for-17 (.353) with five runs scored in five games. It's nice to see Jansen swinging the bat well after missing time due to injury, but he'll continue to split time behind the plate with All-Star catcher Alejandro Kirk in Toronto.

    Jul 23 · Source via Blue Jays Danny Jansen
  • Raimel Tapia Drives In Six In Blowout Of Red Sox

    Toronto Blue Jays outfielder Raimel Tapia had a career night out of the leadoff spot in Friday's 28-5 obliteration of the Boston Red Sox. Tapia went 3-for-7 with a home run (an inside-the-park grand slam), a double, six RBI and two runs scored. The 28-year-old is now in the midst of a modest five-game hitting streak in which he's gone 10-for-19 (.526) with four extra-base hits, 10 RBI, five runs scored and a stolen base. The big game on Friday raised his season slash line to .279/.304/.405 with five long balls, 31 RBI, 29 runs scored and five stolen bases in 247 at-bats. Tapia doesn't have a ton of over-the-fence pop, but fantasy managers should continue to ride him while he's hot.

    Jul 23 · Source via Blue Jays Raimel Tapia
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