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Blue Jays' rookie Miguel Castro recovering from first blown save
by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com

Blue Jays rookie closer Miguel Castro allowed his first earned run of the year and blew his first save on Saturday.

Castro gave up a solo home run to Kelly Johnson to tie the game in the ninth inning. 

Castro has allowed one earned run and five hits in seven and a third innings this season. He's walked three and struck out five. He also allowed an unearned run on April 14 that gave him a loss. 

His record stands at 0-1 with two saves and a 1.23 ERA. 

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Blue Jays' Edwin Encarnacion struggling during homestand
by R.J. White | CBSSports.com

Blue Jays first baseman Edwin Encarnacion is just 3 for 26 with one double during his current homestand, batting .115/.200/.154 in his last six games.

Encarnacion racked up two home runs in his first three games of the season but has struggled since, and he endured an 0-for-14 stretch in four games last week before picking things up slightly this past weekend. The Blue Jays kick off a three-game home series against the Orioles Tuesday before hitting the road.

Encarnacion has hit .200/.250/.340 with two home runs and six RBI in 50 at-bats.

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Blue Jays' Daniel Norris says he is at 'tail end' of 'dead-arm phase'
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com

Blue Jays rookie starting pitcher Daniel Norris threw just five first-pitch strikes during his shortest outing (2 2/3 innings) Sunday against the Braves. He also went 2-0 and 3-1 in the count four times each. 

Norris threw just 66 pitches and only 50 percent were strikes. After the game, he said he was going through a "dead-arm phase."

“Dead arm is something where you feel 100 percent fine; it’s just that it doesn’t come out like it usually does,” he said, per the National Post. “And even if I throw one that says 93 or 94, it just doesn’t have the same life on it, and I can’t really command it the way that I’m used to. This happens to everybody. It’s happened numerous times in my life. It’s just a matter of getting through it.”

Norris, who is scheduled to make his next start Saturday at Tampa Bay, feels his dead-arm issue might not linger much longer.

“I should be at the tail end of it. Hoping so,” he said.

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Jeff Francis, Russell Martin become Blue Jays' first Canadian battery
by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer

When Jeff Francis entered Sunday's game in the fifth inning and pitched to catcher Russell Martin, it marked the first time in Blue Jays' history that the franchise featured a Canadian battery, reports the Toronto Sun

Francis, who hails from Vancouver, British Columbia, was called up by the Blue Jays from Triple-A before Sunday's game. 

Martin is from East York, Ontario.

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Blue Jays OF Dalton Pompey apologizes for defensive woes
by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer

Blue Jays outfielder Dalton Pompey has been struggling at the plate and in the field, and after the team's loss to Atlanta on Sunday, the rookie said he has been playing "somewhat scared," per MLB.com. 

Pompey misplayed a fly ball in the first inning of the game that allowed three runs to score and later made a poor throw over the head of third baseman Josh Donaldson, allowing another run to come home. The rookie, who is hitting .188, apologized to his teammates and fans at the start of his postgame media availability. 

"It's really tough," Pompey said. "I'm trying to come here and make a difference on this team. I found ever since the season started, I've been playing somewhat scared just because I don't want to make a mistake."

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2015 Team Leaders
AVGDevon Travis , 2B.356
HRJosh Donaldson , 3B3
RBIDevon Travis , 2B12
OBPDevon Travis , 2B.408
SLGDevon Travis , 2B.644
RJose Bautista , RF11
SBDanny Valencia , 3B1
WMark Buehrle , SP2
ERAR.A. Dickey , SP3.26
WHIPR.A. Dickey , SP1.19
KR.A. Dickey , SP16
SVMiguel Castro , RP2
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