Marco Estrada

#25 SP / Toronto Blue Jays / EXP: 8YRS Height: 6-0 Weight: 180 lb Age: 32 College: Glendale CC CA; Long Beach State Bats/Throws R/R

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      Blue Jays' Marco Estrada: Re-signs with Toronto

      Estrada re-signed with the Blue Jays, agreeing to a two-year, $26 million deal Friday, Jerry Crasnick of reports. Estrada decided to forgo the $15.8 million qualifying offer that would've payed more annually in favor of a multi-year deal to go back to Toronto. The 32-year-old enjoyed the best season of his career in 2015, going 13-8 with a 3.13 ERA mostly working as a starter, though a 4.40 FIP suggests he benefited from a bit of luck. He figures to slot back into the starting rotation in 2016.

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      Marco Estrada: Receives Qualifying Offer

      Estrada was extended a qualifying offer by the Blue Jays Friday, Shi Davidi of Sportsnet reports. Estrada joined the Blue Jays last offseason after a trade with the Brewers and the right-hander promptly posted a career-best ERA, (3.13) WHIP (1.04) and win total (13) while throwing 181 innings, by far the most he pitched in his career. This move now ensures Toronto will receive some sort of draft-pick compensation should the 32-year-old decline the offer and sign with another club, however the Blue Jays are expected to make a push to re-sign the veteran hurler.

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      Blue Jays' Marco Estrada: Named Game 1 starter

      Estrada will start Game 1 of the ALCS against the Royals on Friday, John Lott of the National Post reports. The right-hander earned a victory over Texas in Game 3 of the Division Series, allowing one run on five hits while striking out four in 6.1 innings. Estrada will look to ride that momentum into Game 1 against a Kansas City team he held to four total runs in two regular-season starts (12.1 innings).

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      Blue Jays C Russell Martin out of Game 3 lineup

      Blue Jays catcher Russell Martin is out of the lineup for Game 3 against the Rangers on Sunday. Martin will take a rest as Dioner Navarro gets the call behind the dish to catch Marco Estrada. It seems likely that Martin would be behind the plate should his team force a Game 4.

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      Blue Jays' Marco Estrada posts another impressive start Monday

      Blue Jays starter Marco Estrada did not factor into the decision on Monday against the Orioles, surrendering four hits, three earned runs and a walk over 7 1/3 innings. He struck out two. The veteran right-hander enjoyed his third consecutive quality start, capping off a generally strong September. He was considerably sharp with his control as well, throwing 58 of 82 pitches for strikes, although he once again induced single-digit swings-and-misses (7). Estrada figures to play an important role on the Blue Jays' postseason pitching staff, considering the career year he has posted in his age-32 season.

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      Blue Jays' Marco Estrada keeps Yankees at bay, gets no-decision

      Blue Jays starter Marco Estrada surrendered six hits, two earned runs and three walks over 6 2/3 innings on Tuesday against the Yankees. He struck out three and did not factor into the decision. Estrada certainly fared better than his last outing against the Bronx Bombers, a Sept. 12 start at Yankee Stadium in which he surrendered three homers. Although he certainly pitched to contact again on Tuesday-with only eight swings-and misses induced in 111 pitches- Estrada managed to avoid the long ball altogether in the hitter-friendly Rogers Centre. The veteran right-hander turned in his second quality start in a row and seventh of his last 10. In his eighth major league season, Estrada has turned in a career year for the Blue Jays, posting career highs in victories, innings pitched and starts.

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      Blue Jays SP Marco Estrada enjoys impressive outing Thursday

      Blue Jays starting pitcher Marco Estrada (13-8) shut the Braves out over eight innings Thursday, giving up just three hits and a pair of walks while striking out four in a 5-0 victory. After unimpressive outings against the division-rival Yankees and Orioles, Estrada got a better matchup against the atrocious Braves offense, and he took advantage with his first scoreless outing since Aug. 9. Nothing about him really jumps off the page, and yet here Estrada sits with a 3.14 ERA and 1.07 WHIP in mid-September. Still, a depressed .221 BABIP and career-best 9.1 percent HR/FB suggest that regression is coming.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Blue Jays' Marco Estrada gives up three homers, gets no-decision

      Blue Jays starter Marco Estrada went five-plus innings, allowing four runs on six hits in the opener of Saturday's doubleheader against the Yankees. Estrada walked one and struck out two, but gave up a trio of home runs in the no-decision. Estrada gave up solo homers to Brett Gardner and Chase Headley respectively in the first two innings. Then, after the Jays got him a run, Estrada served up a two-run shot to Alex Rodriguez in the fourth. But the Blue Jays were able to bail Estrada out when they tied the game in the fifth. Estrada did not factor in the final decision, as the Jays went on to win 9-5 in extra innings. Estrada has been prone to the home run ball lately, as he has given up 10 home runs over his last six outings.

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Blue Jays move rotation up one day following Thursday's rainout

      Blue Jays manager John Gibbons has realigned his rotation, after Thursday's game against the Yankees was postponed due to rain. David Price, who was set to go on Thursday, will instead start on Friday. Marco Estrada will be pushed up to the first game of Saturday's doubleheader, with Marcus Stroman coming off of the disabled list to start the nightcap.

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      Blue Jays to start Marco Estrada on Sunday over Mark Buehrle

      Citing a need to get him more rest, the Blue Jays will push back Mark Buehrle's next start and go with Marco Estrada on Sunday, reports SportsNet. Buehrle will instead start Monday's game at Boston.

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