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  1. Sanchez enters season with no limitationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 15 | Toronto Blue Jays

    ... spring, Sanchez entered camp without a guaranteed job. He was competing for the final rotation spot alongside Gavin Floyd , and a job in the bullpen had not been ruled out. It seems almost surreal now, but at the time there were serious concerns ...

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  2. Blue Jays pitchers and catchers report todayRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 14 | Jays Journal

    ... catchers report for the Blue Jays, let's take a quick recap of some of the new faces we'll be seeing in camp: Gavin Floyd , T.J. House, Brett Oberholtzer, Jeff Beliveau, Lucas Harrell, Glenn Sparkmann (Rule 5 pick), Murphy Smith, Rafael Monsion, ...

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  3. Blue Jays: Is there any free agency money left?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 12 | Jays Journal

    ... and brought in to battle for a big league job on John Gibbons' 25 man roster. Those names include the likes of Gavin Floyd , T.J. House , Brett Oberholtzer , and Rule 5 pick Glenn Sparkman . These arms join the crop lead by Aaron Loup , Ryan Tepera ...

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  4. Five Jays storylines to watch heading into spring training-Image1Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 12 | Fergus

    Toronto Blue Jays relief pitcher Joe Biagini throws against the Cleveland Indians during the sixth inning in Game 2 of baseball's American League Championship Series in Cleveland, Saturday, Oct. 15, 2016. Toronto currently has right-hander Mike Bolsinger on its 40-man roster while Gavin Floyd and Brett Oberholtzer are listed among non-roster invitees who will have a chance to prove themselves this spring.

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  5. Blue Jays' Pete Walker talks Biagini and moreRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 8 | Sports Media 101

    ... 's a lot of value from a rookie the Jays were able to Tags: Aaron Sanchez , Blue Jays News , Francisco Liriano , Gavin Floyd , J.A. Happ , J.P. Howell , Joe Biagini , Joe Smith , Marco Estrada , Marcus Stroman , Mike Bolsinger

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  6. Blue Jays' Pete Walker talks Biagini and moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 8 | Jays Journal

    ... but they haven't addressed the rotation in quite the same way. They do have Mike Bolsinger and possibly Gavin Floyd as candidates, but the options are thin beyond that. If something were to happen to one of the Blue Jays' expected rotation members, ...

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  7. Can the Blue Jays rotation withstand the workload in 2017?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 7 | Jays Journal

    ... situation to the rotation should be manageable, with hopefully a spot-start here and there from the likes of Gavin Floyd or possibly more likely Joe Biagini , after some stretching out in camp. They're both big and resilient and can be able to ...

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  8. Blue Jays hope for a healthy Gavin FloydRead the original story

    Monday Feb 6 | Sports Media 101

    ... and drop a comment. If it's about the Blue Jays, it's on Blue Jays 101. The Blue Jays re-signed right-hander Gavin Floyd to a minor league deal earlier this offseason, and hope he can finally stay healthy through a full season. The Blue Jays ...

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  9. It's been a quiet winter for minor league free agent signings tooRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 20, 2017 | Bluebird Banter

    ... of these are players staying in the organization ( Carlos Ramirez , Shane Opitz , Casey Lawrence, Murphy Smith , Gavin Floyd ), with seven new to the organization (Kender Villegas, Mike Ohlman , Jarrett Grube , Alex Monsalve, Brett Oberholtzer , ...

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  10. Blue Jays hope patience is a virtueRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 8, 2017 | Jays Journal

    ... with the big league club. Other than those moves, Ross Atkins and Mark Shapiro have slowly added names like Gavin Floyd and T.J. House , among others, to potentially battle for a position in the bullpen. Otherwise, the well-documented holes remain ...

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  11. Blue Jays Morning Brew: Weekend news and notesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 7, 2017 | Jays Journal

    All remains quiet in the land of the Toronto Blue Jays, save for the Gavin Floyd signing and chatter surrounding Jose Bautista. In Seattle, a pair of moves were executed on Friday that could have a minor impact on the Blue Jays.

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  12. Blue Jays have upside in risk-free Floyd, whose curveball is keyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 6, 2017 | Jays Journal

    The Toronto Blue Jays added another minor-league deal to their bullpen picture on Thursday, reuniting with right-hander Gavin Floyd. Minor-league signings are, within the context of MLB payrolls, a free trial.

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  13. Blue Jays bring back Gavin Floyd on minor-league dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 5, 2017 | Jays Journal

    The Toronto Blue Jays have signed right-handed pitcher Gavin Floyd to a minor-league contract including an invitation to spring training, according to multiple reports. Floyd signed with the Blue Jays in early 2016 on a one-year, $1 million guaranteed contract and was initially viewed as competition for Aaron Sanchez at the back end of the starting rotation.

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  14. Toronto Blue Jays Sign Gavin Floyd to a Minor-League DealRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 6, 2017 | Call to the Pen

    The Toronto Blue Jays and Gavin Floyd have agreed to terms on a minor-league deal with an invitation to Major League spring training. The contract means that Floyd will return to the team with which he spent the past season.

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  15. Blue Jays sign reliever Gavin Floyd to minor-league contractRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 5, 2017 | The Globe and Mail

    The Toronto Blue Jays signed veteran reliever Gavin Floyd to a minor-league contract Thursday with an invitation to big-league spring training. Floyd was 2-4 with a 4.06 earned-run average in 28 appearances for the Blue Jays last year.

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  16. Gavin Floyd returns to Blue Jays on minor league dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 5, 2017 | CBC News

    The Blue Jays have brought back pitcher Gavin Floyd for the 2017 season on a minor league deal. The 33-year-old was 2-4 with a 4.06 earned-run average in 28 appearances for the team last season.

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  17. Floyd returns on Minors dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 5, 2017 | Toronto Blue Jays

    The Blue Jays brought back a familar face on Thursday by re-signing right-hander Gavin Floyd to a Minor League deal with an invitation to Spring Training. Floyd will compete for a job out of the bullpen, and he also provides more depth for the starting rotation.

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  18. Continued health critical for Blue Jays in delicate 2017 seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 21, 2016 | Jays Journal

    ... Stan Conte (by his "Severity Index", the Blue Jays' rank 23rd out of 30 in terms of 2016 injury severity). Gavin Floyd and Franklin Morales' lengthy DL stays were responsible for a large chunk of Toronto's DL time in 2016, while Jose Bautista, Devon ...

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  19. Toronto Blue Jays 2016 Year in Review: Aaron SanchezRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 8, 2016 | Jays Journal

    Aaron Sanchez was in a spring training battle for the final rotation spot with Gavin Floyd just eight months ago His role was uncertain between the bullpen and starting rotation, and it wasn't fully clear until the final weeks of the season that Sanchez would, in fact, pitch the entire year as a starter without a brief stint as a reliever. Blue Jays management proceeded cautiously with the situation and continuously kept expectations in check.

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  20. Toronto Blue Jays 2016 Year in Review: Aaron SanchezRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 8, 2016 | Jays Journal

    Aaron Sanchez was in a spring training battle for the final rotation spot with Gavin Floyd just eight months ago His role was uncertain between the bullpen and starting rotation, and it wasn't fully clear until the final weeks of the season that Sanchez would, in fact, pitch the entire year as a starter without a brief stint as a reliever. Blue Jays management proceeded cautiously with the situation and continuously kept expectations in check.

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