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righty hitter striking out with the two men on against Toronto southpaw Brett Cecil. (It was a move that Blue Jays manager John Gibbons later admitted he didn’t expect.) And that brings us to Monday. With the Orioles holding a one-run lead
Bradford is called by the always entertaining Torey Lovullo ahead of today's series finale with the Blue Jays where Boston is looking for a sweep. Torey talks about the first week of the regular season, the comeback victory on Saturday and of course, the decision to start David Price on Monday in Boston.
But the problem for the Jays came when there weren't legitimate solutions in front of the duo, forcing Toronto manager John Gibbons to move his two sluggers up a spot in the order. And while Encarnacion (.886 OPS) and Bautista (.867
clubhouse as just about the nastiest pitcher that they’re going to see during a baseball season, and Kansas City bench John Gibbons -- who managed Halladay in Toronto over the last five years -- sees a piece available that can be a “game changer” in the
Baseball’s new double-play slide rule played a key role in Tuesday’s Blue Jays-Rays game, and Toronto manager John Gibbons is not happy about it. “It turned the game into a joke,” Gibbons said . “That’s flat-out embarrassing
on wearing onesie pajamas. When contacted by WEEI.com for comment on his group’s get-together, Toronto manager John Gibbons sent this along in a text ... “I was at a party where my daughter’s band performed pregame. But I would have
Getty Images) The declaration has come from all angles, with former Toronto GM Alex Anthopolous, Blue Jays manager John Gibbons , and Tigers skipper Brad Ausmus all recently contributing to the narrative. “ David Price is the best teammate
we’ve heard from numerous corners of the baseball world, David Price is a really good teammate, a notion that John Gibbons certainly supports. “[Detroit manager] Brad Ausmus told me back when we first got him that this guy was one of the
Price As we’ve heard from numerous corners of the baseball world, David Price is a really good teammate, a notion that John Gibbons certainly supports. “[Detroit manager] Brad Ausmus told me back when we first got him that this guy was one of the best