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Sun Oct 2
W 2 - 1at BOS
Tue Oct 4
W 5 - 2BAL
Thu Oct 6
W 10 - 1at TEX
Fri Oct 7
W 5 - 3at TEX
Sun Oct 9
W 7 - 6TEX
Fri Oct 14
L 2 - 0at CLE
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L 2 - 1at CLE
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L 4 - 2CLE
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W 5 - 1CLE
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L 3 - 0CLE
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Blue Jays' Aaron Sanchez: Working to strengthen lower body
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Sanchez has been working alongside the Jays' high performance team to build lower-body strength, Ben Nicholson-Smith of Sportsnet reports.

Sanchez has been putting in the extra work at the Jays' Dunedin complex. Through the workouts, the 24-year-old has reportedly improved his vertical jump, range of motion and power. Sanchez put in similar efforts last offseason, and that was rewarded with a career year in 2016 that ended with a seventh-place finish in the AL Cy Young voting.

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Blue Jays' Glenn Sparkman: Selected by Blue Jays in Rule 5 draft
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Sparkman was selected by the Blue Jays with the 13th pick in the Rule 5 draft Thursday.

The Blue Jays think Sparkman has starter potential, but he will need to make the team as a reliever in 2017. He posted a 5.22 ERA and struck out 65 in 60.1 innings across four levels last season. If he does not remain on the active roster all season he will be exposed to waivers and offered back to the Royals.

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Blue Jays' Brett Oberholtzer: Signs minor league deal with Jays
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Oberholtzer signed a minor league deal with the Blue Jays on Wednesday that includes an invite to spring training, FanRag Sports' Jon Heyman reports.

He washed out with the Phillies and Angels last season, and should serve as pitching depth at Triple-A for the Jays in 2017. With a career 15.6 percent strikeout rate, it is hard to see Oberholtzer being fantasy relevant anytime soon.

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Blue Jays' Joe Biagini: Backtracking on plan to become starter
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

The Jays are leaning toward keeping Biagini in the bullpen for 2017, rather than moving him into the starting rotation, Mike Wilner of Sportsnet reports.

Following the 2016 season, there was a strong sense that Biagini would be a starter when 2017 rolled around. With the relief market running thin -- and expensive -- the team may have little choice but to keep the 26-year-old in the bullpen. Biagini has made 86 career starts in the minors. Before joining the big league club for the most recent campaign, the righty went 10-7 with a 2.42 ERA and 1.12 WHIP in 22 starts for Double-A Richmond in 2015. While he may not start the year in the Jays rotation, Biagini seems bound to start on the bump sooner rather than later.

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Blue Jays' Andy Burns: Outrighted by Jays
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Burns cleared waivers and was outrighted by the Jays, Ben Nicholson-Smith of Sportsnet reports.

This is Burns' first outright, meaning he has no choice but to remain in the Jays' system. The 26-year-old went hitless through 10 games for the big league team in 2016. Burns hit .230 over 111 games with Triple-A Buffalo.

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