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The Toronto Blue Jays finished the 2016 MLB season losing to the Cleveland Indians in the American League Championship Series. The Blue Jays finished the season with 89 wins and are looking to get back to the 2017 MLB Playoffs with better results.

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The Toronto Blue Jays and the Seattle Mariners came into Major League Baseball (MLB) in 1977 when the league decided to expand. The Jays compete in the American League East against rivals like Boston Red Sox, Baltimore Orioles, and New York Yankees. The "Blue Jays" name originates from the bird of the same name, and the certain color of blue is also the color of two of Toronto's other professional sports teams: NHL Maple Leafs and the CFL Argonauts. They are the only MLB team located in Canada and play their home games at the Rogers Centre.

During the 1985–1993 MLB seasons, they were an American League East force, winning five division championships in nine seasons, including three consecutive from ’91-93. Including winning the America league pennant in 1992 and 1993.

The Blue Jays have situated themselves as a competitor each MLB season in the American League. The 2017 season is under way and look for the Jays to march back to the MLB Playoffs through their arch rivals the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees.

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Orioles told Jose Bautista they won’t sign him because their fans don’t like him
       
The longtime Blue Jays slugger has been a 'villain in Baltimore,' Orioles GM Dan Duquette told reporters at the winter meetings.
       
MLB Winter Meetings report, Day 3: News, notes and rumors
       
Day four of the MLB Winter Meetings is underway, and as advertised, Thursday brought plenty of headline moments to the event. The Chicago White Sox continued to be the belles of the ball, as they author perhaps the best sell-off event the meetings have ever seen. It was also a day where relief pitchers got their shine and a few big market teams had their backs put against the wall in how pull out upgrades in less than ideal circumstances. With the final day of the meetings ahead, what else could be hanging up the sleeves of baseball’s general managers and agents, as they look to part ways with either a new success met or perhaps the tracks laid for more to follow next week. News & Notes Matt Holliday’s new contract with the New York Yankees includes a very limited (and blatant) no-trade clause: he cannot be dealt to the Oakland Athletics. Apparently he has no interest in revisiting the three-quarters of the 2009 season. Eric Hosmer and Brandon Crawford announced they will join Team USA for the Wor
       
Blue Jays Add RHP Glenn Sparkman in Rule 5 Draft
       
As is customary Winter Meetings procedure, the Rule 5 Draft was held this morning in Washington D.C., with teams able to take a flyer on select minor leaguers for a price of only $100,000, but must keep them on the roster all season. The Blue Jays took advantage of this last season and struck gold with reliever Joe Biagini, and they hope they have done so again with Glenn Sparkman, a 24-year-old righty from the Kanas City Royals organization. #BlueJays select RHP Glenn Sparkman from the Royals in the Rule 5 Draft. — Gregor Chisholm (@gregorMLB) December 8, 2016 Sparkman was selected in the 20th round of the amateur draft by the Royals in 2013 out of junior college, and has been a starter in the minor leagues thus far. He had Tommy John surgery in late 2015 and thus he spend 2016 rehabbing with (almost) the Royals’ full slot of minor league teams, going from rookie ball to AA ball during the year. He ended the year at the same level where he finished 2015, with the Double-A Northw...
       
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Orioles plan to pass on Bautista because fans don't like him
       
OXON HILL, Md. (AP) Jose Bautista has long been booed whenever he's played in Baltimore. Now, the free agent slugger wants the Orioles to consider signing him, and the team isn't having any part of that. Bautista, who actually made his major league debut with the O's in 2004, has tussled in recent years with Baltimore pitcher Darren O'Day and outfielder Adam Jones, among others. Orioles Executive Vice President of Baseball Operations Dan Duquette was asked about the 36-year-old Bautista on a Toronto radio station Tuesday night, and he said he wouldn't sign the longtime Blue Jays star because Baltimore fans didn't like him. In a session with Baltimore reporters at the winter meetings, Duquette expanded on his remarks. ''Jose Bautista's agent's been knocking on the Orioles' door for a while. I told him, `Look our fans don't really like Jose Bautista,' and they don't. ''Not to mention he has a qualifying offer attached to him, and I just made a comment in that we weren't going to be pursuing their client.
       
Blue Jays Rumors: Encarnacion, Catchers, Bullpen
       
The latest on Toronto: The Blue Jays continue to monitor and stay in touch with free agent first baseman/designated hitter Edwin Encarnacion, according to FanRag’s Jon Heyman. Encarnacion’s preference is to re-sign with the Jays, but he’s talking less with them than he is with other teams, per Heyman. Notably, Toronto general manager Ross Atkins expressed pessimism Wednesday about re-upping Encarnacion. While the 33-year-old’s market has seemingly shrunk in the past week, agent Paul Kinzer isn’t worried that Encarnacion will have difficulty securing a sizable contract – whether with the Jays or another team. “Not only is he the best player in this class, he’s one of the best in baseball,” Kinzer told Heyman. “We’re going to be fine. He and I are patient. He’s good” (Twitter links here). Having lost left-handed setup man Brett Cecil to the Cardinals, the Blue Jays are on the hunt for a southpaw reliever, leading to interest in Jerry Blevins, Mike Dunn and Javier Lopez, report Sportsn
       
WATCH: Shapiro: Signing Encarnacion improbable, Bautista “one of our options”
       
Mark Shapiro talked to Hazel Mae and laid out the Blue Jays’ plans as best he could, touching on potentially signing Edwin Encarnacion and Jose Bautista.
       
WATCH: Who decides if a player participates in the Baseball Classic?
       
With up to 12 Blue Jays potentially playing in the Baseball Classic, Sportsnet's Jeff Blair asks Blue Jays President and CEO Mark Shapiro who ultimately decides on a player going or not.
       
Orioles GM won't pursue Jose Bautista because 'our fans do not like' him
       
Jose Bautista is a highly sought-after free agent on baseball's open market right now, but there's one team that's not interested ... and for a pretty surprising reason.This week, reports surfaced that the Baltimore Orioles told Bautista's camp that they're not pursuing the power-hitting outfielder because the team's fans don't like him. On Wednesday, the team's general manager, Dan Duquette, confirmed those rumors during an appearance on Sportsnet's The Jeff Blair Show.When the reports were brought up, Duquette laughed before saying, "I told the agent, I said we're not interested. Our fans do not like your player.""Our fans do not like Jose Bautista, and rightly so," Duquette continued. "He's one of the rivals in the division."That seems like a pretty silly reason not to pursue a superstar player who could significantly improve a roster. Fans often tend to dislike very good players on opposing teams, especially when that opponent is a division rival. That certainly doesn't mean the...
       
WATCH: Blue Jays "absolutely could" land big bullpen arm in this market
       
Blue Jays GM Ross Atkins says they're not as aggressively pursuing some of the big bullpen arms via free agency or trade, but are certainly open to it.

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