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Blue Jays OF Jose Bautista scratched Friday with hamstring injury
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com

Blue Jays outfielder Jose Bautista was scratched from Friday's spring game against the Orioles due to right hamstring tightness.

Bautista played in a 155 games in 2014 after playing less than 120 games the previous two seasons. Bautista has totaled 187 home runs and slugged .559 since the 2010 season. He has been an All-Star for five straight years.

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Blue Jays' Saunders amazed with how quick recovery from surgery is going
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com

Blue Jays outfielder Michael Saunders, who underwent surgery last week to remove 60 percent of the cartilage from his left knee, threw from flat ground for a second straight day Friday, according to the National Post

“When they told me I was going to walk out of surgery, I basically called B.S., considering the way I felt two days prior to it,” Saunders said. “But I walked out of surgery and I’ve felt amazed at the way my knee feels, considering everything. It’s an amazing thing.”

Saunders expects to hit off a tee within a few days. He could also start running in about a week.

“So far, so good,” he said. “The training staff are pushing me, but we’re pushing each other. At the end of the day, I’ve got to listen to my knee, but we’re headed in a good direction.”

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Blue Jays' Barton hoping his glove wins him a spot
by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com

Blue Jays first baseman Daric Barton is hoping his glove can win him a spot on the 25-man roster, according to the Toronto Sun.

Barton isn't much of a power hitter, but gets strong marks for his defense at first. Manager John Gibbons is well aware of Barton's skills. "One thing that put Daric on the map was that he was such a disciplined hitter and a great defender," Gibbons said. He added that the first baseman is involved in a large chunk of plays, so defense at the position is probably more important than people realize.

With that said, Barton may need a trade to make the opening day roster. As currently constructed, the Blue Jays may carry three catchers. If the team retains Dioner Navarro, Barton could find himself in the minors.

The 29-year-old Barton hit .158 over 57 at-bats last year.

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Blue Jays' Daniel Norris performs well in first start
by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com

Blue Jays pitcher Daniel Norris tossed a strong start in his first spring appearance on Thursday.

Norris is competing for the fifth spot in the team's rotation, and got off to a nice start. Norris allowed one hit and one walk over 1 2/3 innings. He struck out two during the outing. 

Norris said he was glad to be taking on a strong lineup his first time out, according to the Toronto Sun. "I liked the fact I was facing a good lineup. You have to bring your 'A' game" Norris said. While it wasn't a perfect outing, Norris was pleased with his stuff.

"I struggled a little with it (staying closed) in the first, but was much better in the second inning," said Norris. "Years back in spring training, I can remember my stuff not doing much."

The 21-year-old posted a 5.40 ERA over 6 2/3 innings in the majors last year. 

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Blue Jays pitcher Marcus Stroman developing sinker this spring
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com

Blue Jays pitcher Marcus Stroman is hoping to have a better spring this year after struggling in 2014, reports MLB.com.

"I struggled all last spring, I wanted to make the team so bad," Stroman said following his debut during the Blue Jays' 4-1 win over the Pirates on Wednesday. "I feel a lot different. I feel much more relaxed, I'm focused. I know what I have to do rather than doing everything in my power to go out there and try to make the team, doing more than I had to. So I'm relaxed, I'm motivated, I'm ready to go. I'm excited for this year."

Stroman heads into the 2015 campaign looking to add another pitch, a sinker.

"I've always wanted a sinker," Stroman said. "If you can have a sinker, all hitters say that's one of the hardest pitches to hit when it's located. So it was not that I needed another pitch to make an adjustment, it was more so that I saw it as a weapon I never had that I wanted to add to my arsenal."

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2014 Team Leaders
AVGMelky Cabrera , LF.301
HRJose Bautista , RF35
RBIJose Bautista , RF103
OBPJose Bautista , RF.403
SLGEdwin Encarnacion , 1B.547
RJose Bautista , RF101
SBJose Reyes , SS30
WR.A. Dickey , SP14
ERAMark Buehrle , SP3.39
WHIPR.A. Dickey , SP1.23
KDrew Hutchison , SP184
SVCasey Janssen , RP25

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