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MLB Preview: The East Divisions

Details By Will Leitch

Published: Mar 30, 2015, 9:21 am EDT

The American League East could be in for another reshuffling as the Blue Jays hope their offseason maneuvers pay off and the Red Sox look to load up. Over in the National League East, it looks like the Nationals' division to lose. Can anybody challenge them?

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Toronto's Fountain of Youth

Details By Anthony Castrovince

Published: Mar 26, 2015, 2:17 pm EDT

The Blue Jays could carry as many as seven rookies on Opening Day. But any uneasiness that inevitably comes with inexperience is offset by the pure excitement of what some of these kids have done to seize opportunity on the big-league club.

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8 Strange Spring Training Injuries

Details By Cy Brown

Published: Feb 26, 2015, 11:15 pm EST

In the first weird injury of Spring Training, the Blue Jays Michael Saunders tore a ligament in his knee when he tripped over a sprinkler. Here are some of more of the flukiest injuries to ever happen during Spring Training.

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MLB's Most Irreplaceable Players

Details By AJ Cassavell

Published: Feb 25, 2015, 11:25 pm EST

When we look at player value, it's not enough to look at what an individual player contributes. Context is necessary to determine a player's impact on his team. These are the 10 most irreplaceable players for 2015, in the context of the playoff race.

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3 AL Teams Ready to Roll

Details By Tracy Ringolsby

Published: Jan 11, 2015, 11:40 pm EST

Two years ago, the Blue Jays were baseball's offseason darlings. A fifth-place and third-place finish later, they appear finally in position to make good on their hopes. Here's a look at what the season may hold for them and two other American League teams that underwent makeovers.

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GM For A Day: Blue Jays

Details By Adam Berry

Published: Nov 27, 2014, 7:52 pm EST

GM Alex Anthopoulos and the Blue Jays made a huge splash by signing catcher Russell Martin to a five-year deal, but they're far from finished in the offseason as they bid to compete in the tough American League East.

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Market Watch: Outfield

Details By Andrew Simon

Published: Nov 16, 2014, 8:22 pm EST

Teams looking for bats this offseason will be turning their attention to the outfield, which has a plethora of options, at least at the corners. When it comes to finding an everyday center fielder on the free-agent market, it's pretty much Colby Rasmus or bust.

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This Is Why The Wild Card Exists

Details By Will Leitch

Published: Aug 8, 2014, 10:38 am EDT

Congratulations to the Tigers, A's, Angels and Orioles, who seem like excellent bets to get to October. But there's still the matter of the second American League wild card to attend to, and four teams -- the Yankees, Royals, Mariners and Blue Jays -- will fight to the end for it.

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The Blue Jays Fall To Earth

Details By Jonathan Bernhardt

Published: Jun 22, 2014, 12:36 am EDT

The Blue Jays are a good enough team to take a series from the Twins or Cardinals, not get swept by the Yankees, and so on -- but they are not the sort of team from whom .600 baseball should be expected, and a small advantage in the East is what they merit.

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Raw Power

Details By Marc Normandin

Published: Jun 5, 2014, 12:39 am EDT

In an age of decreasing offense, every run is more valuable, so to realize that three different sluggers -- Edwin Encarnacion, Nelson Cruz and Jose Abreu -- are on pace to hit 50 is impressive. They won't all get there, most likely, but we can still investigate what they're doing so right.

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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), Will Leitch (2), more+Howard Megdal (2), Dirk Hayhurst (2), Jorge Arangure Jr. (2), Anthony Castrovince (1), 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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