Assorted Weekend Thoughts - 04/15/14

A collection of thoughts on the weekend of Blue Jays baseball, including good feelings, Dustin McGowan, Kevin Seitzer, and media rights.

Season Over For Maicer Izturis?

The Jays announce that Maicer Izturis has a complete tear of his LCL, requiring surgery and 4-6 months of recovery.

Hayhurst On Racism In Baseball And The Jays Organization

Dirk Hayhurst discusses racial issues in the game, and comments from a "valued decision-maker" with the Jays, on the eve of Jackie Robinson day.

Jose Reyes Missed Some Late Night Calls

Jose Reyes, who is in Dunedin, away from his Jays teammates, got some interesting calls last night.

Minor Moves: Kratz Down, Izturis To DL, Happ And Kawasaki Up, Rasmus Ailing

A flurry of post-game moves following a big win, none of which anyone should be particularly enamored with.

Sunday Threat: Jays @ Orioles

The Jays take on the Orioles in Sunday afternoon action from Baltimore.

Mailed-In Weekend Threat: Jays @ Orioles

The Jays take on the Orioles in Baltimore, as their three game set continues over the weekend.

Game Threat: Jays (5-5) @ Orioles (4-5)

The Jays open a three game series in Baltimore, the first of nine straight road games, looking to stay above .500 for April.

Podcast The Seventy-Ninth! - False Positive

Alright! It's the 79th edition of the reborn DJF Podcast!

Hear This: Talkin' Jays On The (Digital) Radio

Stoeten talks Jays on East Coast Bias.

Game Threat: Jays (5-4) vs. Astros (3-6)

The Jays look to sweep the lowly Astros, as R.A. Dickey gets his precious dome start, leaving Dustin McGowan to face the Orioles tomorrow. Also: Maicer!

The Daily Duce: Thursday, April 10th

All the latest and greatest Jays-related links from around the interweb, fully Rob Ducey-fied (whatever that means).

Game Threat: Jays (4-4) vs. Astros (3-5)

The Jays host the Houston Astros in game two of a three game set at Rogers Centre.

Comments To CRTC Underscore Jays' Tremendous Value To Rogers (And Ownership's Bad Faith)

Keith Pelley boasts about the value of sports rights to the CRTC, and Rogers' aims to subsidize failing brands on the back of hockey (and therefore the Jays as well).