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Forgotten But Not Gone

Details By Jorge Arangure Jr.

Published: Mar 19, 2014, 12:18 am EDT

Jose Reyes spent most of the 2013 season on the disabled list while the Blue Jays faltered to a last-place finish. Now healed up and healthy, the suddenly 30-year-old veteran is eager to prove himself on the field and help his teammates find redemption.

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Playing to their Potential

Details By Marc Normandin

Published: Mar 6, 2014, 1:23 pm EST

The 2013 Blue Jays were a disaster. Many expected them to represent the American League in October thanks to their high-profile trades, but instead, they finished in last place in the AL East, with a protected draft pick as a reward for one of the game's worst records.

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GM For A Day: Toronto Blue Jays

Details By Matthew Kory

Published: Dec 26, 2013, 12:30 am EST

Few teams had a buzz like Toronto going into the 2013 season, and few teams dashed expectations more quickly or efficiently. Here's how the Blue Jays can fill some of the big holes in their lineup and rotation, the latest in our "GM For A Day" series.

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Doc's Legacy

Details By Jonathan Bernhardt

Published: Dec 9, 2013, 11:57 pm EST

Roy Halladay retired on Monday as a Blue Jay, signing a one-day contract with the team that drafted and developed him. Doc will ride into the sunset as one of the most dominant pitchers of his era, even if his Hall of Fame case remains hazy.

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Bottom's Up

Details By Matthew Kory

Published: Nov 4, 2013, 12:15 am EST

This season's World Series champion Red Sox were last season's dysfunctional mess. Do any of this year's last-place squads have the talent to win it all next year? Maybe not the Marlins or Astros, but perhaps the preseason favorite Blue Jays.

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What's The Difference?

Details By Howard Megdal

Published: Aug 3, 2013, 11:39 am EDT

At age 29, Toronto starter Josh Johnson is agonizing over what is, by far, the worst season of his career. Yet his 2013 numbers are almost eerily similar not just to his 2012 and career stats, but in some cases even to his best seasons.

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On The Edge

Details By Marc Normandin

Published: Jul 19, 2013, 12:49 am EDT

The Royals, Jays and Angels hover on the edge of success -- or failure. Nearly out of contention for the wild card, their 2013 seasons, which all three teams entered with plans of dominating, may only be able to be saved by trades to set up 2014.

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The New Jays Rotation

Details By Jonathan Bernhardt

Published: Jun 21, 2013, 12:51 am EDT

It's not working precisely how they planned, but the Blue Jays are winning baseball games. Yes, R.A. Dickey and Josh Johnson are probably broken... but Chien-Ming Wang, Esmil Rogers and Brett Cecil are outperforming all expectations.

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Under Pressure

Details By Matthew Kory

Published: Jun 11, 2013, 8:39 am EDT

The Blue Jays, Angels and Dodgers, three of the teams who added the most off season talent over the offseason and were hyped accordingly, have all been major disappointments. Did pressure and expectations get to them? Or are the effects of that just hype, too?

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Edwin Follows Through

Details By Jack Moore

Published: May 8, 2013, 1:15 am EDT

Last season, Edwin Encarnacion blew past his career totals, blasting over 40 homers and posting a .941 OPS, all due to a change in his follow-through. But this year, the infielder once known as "E5" backslid for a while. Will the new fix stick?

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Sports on Earth

Sports on Earth is a joint venture between USA TODAY Sports Media Group and MLB Advanced Media and features writers such as Joe Posnanski and Will Leitch.

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Jonathan Bernhardt (9), Matthew Kory (3), Emma Span (3), Marc Normandin (3), Anthony Castrovince (2), more+Will Leitch (2), Howard Megdal (2), Dirk Hayhurst (2), Jorge Arangure Jr. (2), Chuck Culpepper (1), AJ Cassavell (1), Adam Berry (1), Shaun Powell (1), Cy Brown (1), Tracy Ringolsby (1), Andrew Simon (1), Jack Moore (1), Jorge Arangure (1), less-

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