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Jay Blue: Blue Jays deal with playing time crunch in September

This is the final year that MLB teams will be allowed to expand their active roster to include anyone on their 40-man rosters, as new rules are slated to go into effect in 2020. While the Toronto Blue Jays haven't called up nearly as many players as the Boston Red Sox (whose website lists 21 pitchers on the active roster), they have created some playing-time crunches with their first group of September call ups, writes Jay Blue from Blue Jays from Away.

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Romano seeks sustainable success with Blue Jays

J.D. Martinez. Shohei Ohtani. Andrew Benintendi. Ronald Acuña Jr., Mike Trout. They’re some of the best hitters in the game, and they also share the distinction of being among Toronto Blue Jays rookie reliever Jordan Romano’s strikeout victims. The Markham, Ont., native has impressed as a reliever with the big league club this season. Canadian Baseball Network contributor J.P. Antonacci recently caught up with Romano to talk about the hard-throwing right-hander’s first big league season and what it’s like playing professionally in his hometown.

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Casaletto: Ranking the Blue Jays' top 30 prospects - Part 1 - 15 to 30

Canadian Baseball Network writer Lucas Casaletto has ranked what he considers to be the top 30 Toronto Blue Jays prospects. This is part one of a two-part series that breaks down the players he considers to be the Blue Jays’ 15th to 30th best prospects. Casaletto also summarizes the performances of the team’s top prospects heading into the 2019 season that have graduated to the big league level.

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