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August 16, 2019 Toronto Blue Jays Minor League Report With six completed games in the Toronto Blue Jays' minor league system, the clubs went 4-2 on the day including a huge win for the Lansing Lugnuts. With four runs in the sixth, the Buffalo Bisons went ahead and beat the Durham Bulls 7-3.

September Call-Ups: AL East Edition With September looming and pennant races tightening, it's almost time for major league rosters to expand from 25 to 40. So I am going to give you a series of articles breaking down the likely most impactful September Call-Ups for all 30 teams. Let's start with the American League East.

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AL Notes: Cole, Astros, Voit, Jays, Twins, Tigers, Rays The Astros remain optimistic that right-hander Gerrit Cole will avoid a stint on the injured list, Brian McTaggart of ….

Jays get some home plate backup The Blue Jays claimed catcher Beau Taylor off waivers from Oakland on Friday, immediately sending him to triple-A Buffalo. Taylor, 29, batted.182 with two home runs in 22 at-bats for Oakland this season, but spent most of his time with triple-A Las Vegas, where he hit.257 with eight home runs and 32 RBI in 62 games.

Vladdy Jr. makes like Poppa Guerrero with latest home run in Jays win Vladimir Guerrero Junior channelled his father by golfing a ball near his ankles over the wall and the young Blue Jays kept crushing the ball in the team's latest win on Friday night. After falling behind in the second inning on a two-run single, the Blue Jays responded with three runs against Seattle in the eventual 7-3 win.

Shades of dad in Vlad's shoetop blast in Blue Jays' win over Mariners Vladimir Guerrero’s third-inning shot was the second of four homers by the Jays at the Rogers Centre, where Bo Bichette was kept off the bases for the first time.

Blue Jays set new record in win over Mariners TORONTO - Charlie Montoyo thought the swing that Vladimir Guerrero Junior put on a ball that was well outside the strike zone on Friday night looked familiar. The result was something he'd seen before too.

4 homers power the Jays to win over Mariners I'm having so much fun watching the kids play. Tonight's win makes us 9-6 in August. Jacob Waguespack had a very nice start. 5.1 innings, 5 hits, 2 earned, 1 walk and 5 strikeouts. He had a bit of trouble in the second inning. He game up a leadoff single, one out walk, threw a wild pitch and our old friend Tim Lopes singled home two.

Series Preview: The Bo effect Since Bo Bichette arrived on July 29 in Kansas City, the Blue Jays' offense has been unstoppable. They've recorded the 2nd-most home runs, 3rd-most total runs, RBI's, SLG and wRC+ in the AL since No. 11 arrived with the Blue Jays. It seems that Bichette's presence may have also had an impact on the Blue Jays' pitching as well.

Jays outfielder Billy McKinney gets support from an unusual corner - the Coach's Corner Hockey analyst Cherry critical of Jays for making McKinney the odd man out so often.

GameThread Game #125: Mariners at Blue Jays The Blue Jays will play against the Mariners for the first time this year before heading out to the West Coast and playing them again next weekend at the Rogers Center west. Here are today's lineups. Drury gets a DH day, Fisher will start in left, and Jansen will catch for Jacob Waguespack.

Blue Jays claim Beau Taylor off waivers, option him to Buffalo One of the only transactions that can now happen in the month of August, the Toronto Blue Jays claimed catcher Beau Taylor off of waivers from the Oakland Athletics and have optioned him to Triple-A Buffalo. Taylor, 29, was drafted by the A's in the fifth-round back in 2011 and made his first big-league appearance for the club last season.

Blue Jays claim Beau Taylor off waivers from A's The Blue Jays have taken left-handed hitting catcher Beau Taylor from the A's off waivers. Beau is 29, he's played 16 games in the majors career. He was a fifth round draft pick in 2011. He's played mostly at AAA Vegas this season, hitting.257/.408/.461 with 8 homers in 62 games there.

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Toronto Blue Jays claim catcher Beau Taylor off waivers from Oakland Athletics - The Toronto Blue Jays have claimed catcher Beau Taylor off waivers from the Oakland Athletics, it was announced Friday. Oakland previously designated him for assignment on Wednesday. According to TSN Blue Jays reporter Scott Mitchell, Taylor will be optioned to triple-A Buffalo.

Blue Jays Claim Beau Taylor The Blue Jays have claimed catcher Beau Taylor off waivers from the Athletics, per an announcement from the Oakland organization. ….

The Blue Jays' farm system moved up in post-deadline rankings When Vlad Junior graduated from prospect status, the Blue Jays' farm system predictably took a tumble down Baseball America organizational talent rankings. Since the trade deadline, though, the Jays' system has jumped up from No. 9 to No. 6 on Baseball America's list.

Canadian Flakin': Seattle Mariners at Toronto Blue Jays Feel something akin to the electric thrill I once enjoyed when Vlad Guerrero Jr. and Bo Bichette came to town on the very same historic day!

Friday Bantering: Jays move up in organizational prospect rankings Baseball America has redone their "Organizational Talent Rankings" to take into account happenings at the trade deadline. Our Jays moved up 3 spots, from 9th to 6th. The list Bichette, Pearson, Groshans and Pardinho as top 100 prospects. When Bo comes off the list we'll move down a few places.

Mariners at Blue Jays 08/16/19 - Odds and MLB Betting Trends The Toronto Blue Jays might have the law of averages - and the element Bo Bichette has brought to their lineup - on their side as they shift into the role of a fairly heavy home favorite.

Pearson Has Another Shutout Outing The Valley League alumnus who has been receiving the most attention as a prospect is pretty easily Nate Pearson. It all makes sense when you rwalize that Nate can hit 103 mph with his fastball, and has a "wipeout" slider to boot.

FanPulse: Most fans feel that MLB has intentionally juiced the ball this season If you haven't taken a moment to join SB Nation FanPulse, now is the time to do it. They survey of fans across MLB. Each week, they send polls to fans from each team MLB team. Blue Jays fans, sign up HERE to join FanPulse. This past week, the 'national' question was pretty interesting: Did MLB intentionally "juice" the ball this season?

DraftKings Around the Horn August 16th, 2019 Joel Dorcas - August 16th, 2019. A typical Friday awaits us tonight as a full schedule of games is on tap. Paying up for pitching is very likely the strategy tonight as there is no shortage of good to great arms available to us.

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