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In that regard, this post doesn’t mean much of anything. It’s strictly a look back at a curious phenomenon. But if there are people out there who think Dickey is due for a rough adjustment to the AL since he won’t get to feast on pitchers, well, about that. It should be less of a factor than you might think.
As expected, Brett Lawrie will start the season on the DL. The big key is getting him back to 100%. #bluejays
— Barry Davis (@SNBarryDavis) March 25, 2013
With Lawrie out, Gibbons says he'll use "platoon" at third. DeRosa and perhaps Izturis, although Gibbons didn't specify.
— John Lott (@LottOnBaseball) March 25, 2013
81. Roberto Osuna, RHP, Toronto: I’m surprised Osuna doesn’t get more love considering his age, skill set and results from 2012. The right-hander impressed Toronto so much that they started to refer to ‘The Big 3′ (Aaron Sanchez, Noah Syndergaard, Justin Nicolino) as ‘The Big Four.’ The emergence of the young Mexican native helped ease the front office’s concerns over parting ways with Syndergaard and Nicolino while improving the major league product.Other familiar names include Travis d'Arnaud (11), Taillon (14), Noah Syndergaard (46), Justin Nicolino (79), and Jake Marisnick (90).
Anonymous Source: Cano, Granderson, A-Rod and Braun will all be suspended for failing PED test this season.
— Joe Bisceglie (@joebisceglie) March 4, 2013