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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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Sanchez, Donaldson big winners at Blue Jays awards
       
AL ERA king Aaron Sanchez top pitcher and most improved player, Josh Donaldson voted team MVP.
       
Encarnacion slips further off Blue Jays’ radar: Griffin
       
Jays brass talk Jay Bruce, Michael Saunders at awards/MLB contract presser, but Edwin Encarnacion reunion long shot at best with winter meetings near.
       
How the New CBA Affects the Blue Jays
       
Last week I wrote a speculative piece on how a potential 26th roster spot would affect the Blue Jays going forward. It was supposed to be the only lock in the new collective bargaining agreement. Well, the union and MLB finally agreed on the framework for a new CBA…and roster sizes are staying exactly the same. That being said, There are many other changes and it would be good to see just how much those will adjust how the Jays do business. Luxury Tax/Revenue Sharing While many expected the luxury tax threshold to rise to $210-215M to represent the growth of the game since the last agreement, the MLBPA was actually only able to gain an increase from $189M to $195M for the coming season. That number will rise to $197M in 2018, $206M in 2019, $209M in 2020 and $210M in 2021. There are also stiffer penalties for teams that exceed the tax, with higher tax rates for both new and repeat offenders, and even the potential of draft pick changes if a team is too far above the stated level. ...
       
Four teams to keep an eye on at the 2017 Winter Meetings
       
On Wednesday night, the baseball world got good news when the league's owners and the players union came to an agreement regarding the Collective Bargaining Agreement. The new CBA will be in place for the next five years and while both sides made concessions that people are moaning about, the most important part is that this unprecedented period of labor peace in baseball will continue on.In the short term, this means that baseball's Winter Meetings will be able to go on as planned next week, which means that we get to enjoy an exciting offseason week filled with teams looking to make improvements to their squad as the long Hot Stove season continues on.Pittsburgh PiratesThe juiciest story right now is the fact that – per Jeff Passan – the Pirates appear to be ready to trade Andrew McCutchen. With the Winter Meetings set to go on without the specter of a potential lockout looming, we could see a trade happen pretty soon if the Pirates get aggressive enough. There's always a chance that we could see the
       
Report: Edwin Encarnacion unlikely to land with Red Sox
       
The Boston Red Sox are seeking a designated hitter, but Edwin Encarnacion sounds unlikely to be the fit. According to Rob Bradford of WEEI, a source indicated that the Red Sox “probably” would not sign Encarnacion, with whom they’ve been linked repeatedly. Boston, it is said, is looking for a more short-term commitment in their efforts to replace David Ortiz. Encarnacion will be expecting a longer, more expensive deal, and the Red Sox would likely prefer someone like Carlos Beltran who could be had on a shorter contract. This is roughly in line with what we’ve heard all month now. On paper, Encarnacion is a strong fit for Boston, but his contractual demands don’t appear to line up with what they’re willing to give.
       
2017 ZiPS Projections – Toronto Blue Jays
       
After having typically appeared in the very famous pages of Baseball Think Factory, Dan Szymborski’s ZiPS projections have been released at FanGraphs the past few years. The exercise continues this offseason. Below are the projections for the Toronto Blue Jays. Szymborski can be found at ESPN and on Twitter at @DSzymborski. Other Projections: Chicago NL / Washington. Batters The Blue Jays find themselves in a strangely enviable position right now, if ZiPS is to be believed. The loss both of Jose Bautista (510 PA, 3.1 zWAR) and Edwin Encarnacion (576, 3.6) to free agency creates obvious areas of weakness for the club, nor does the combination of Ezequiel Carrera (381, 0.5) and Melvin Upton Jr. (433, 0.4) appear to be what the metaphorical doctor ordered so far as compensating for those losses. That said, every other position on the team (with the exception of first base) is occupied by a capable starter. Translation: the roster can be improved easily by the installation of even just ...
       
Meacham promoted to manage Buffalo, Blue Jays Triple-A team
       
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) Bobby Meacham is moving up the Toronto Blue Jays coaching ranks after being named manager of the team's Toronto's Triple-A affiliate, the Buffalo Bisons. Meacham spent the past three years managing Toronto's Double-A affiliate in New Hampshire. The former major league infielder has 26 years of coaching experience, including 10 as a minor-league manager. He replaces Gary Allenson, who spent the past three seasons managing the Bisons. Meacham previously played in Buffalo, and spent six seasons in the 1980s playing for the New York Yankees.
       
Report: Blue Jays offered Encarnacion four years, $80 mill
       
The Toronto Blue Jays are still doing their best to retain free agent slugger Edwin Encarnacion. According to a report by Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports on Monday, the Blue Jays have offered Encarnacion roughly $80 million over four years as they remain interested in keeping the three-time All-Star even after signing free agent designated hitter Kendrys Morales to a three-year, $33 million deal. Talks between the two sides appear to be ongoing, but the aforementioned offer may be somewhat of a far cry from the deal Encarnacion, who will turn 34 years old in January, is said to be seeking. Still, there’s likely a middle ground to be had somewhere here, so don’t go preparing the breakup mixtape for the Blue Jays and Encarnacion just yet.
       
WATCH: Justice believes Blue Jays will look to fill holes internally first
       
MLB.com writer Richard Justice says he knows how Mark Shapiro does business, and believes he will look to fill most holes from within the organization first, fast tracking certain prospects before going the free agency route.
       
Blue Jays reportedly looking at Dexter Fowler, Adam Eaton
       
The Toronto Blue Jays have a couple of targets in mind as they aim to strengthen the top of their order. According to a report by Jon Morosi of MLB Network on Friday, the Blue Jays are looking at lefty-hitting leadoff men with good on-base percentages, including Chicago Cubs free agent outfielder Dexter Fowler and Chicago White Sox outfielder Adam Eaton. #BlueJays looking at LH-hitting leadoff men with strong OBP; Dexter Fowler (free agent) and Adam Eaton (trade) among the options. @MLB — Jon Morosi (@jonmorosi) November 18, 2016 It looks like it may take a decent-sized commitment to land the 30-year-old Fowler, who hit .276/.393/.447 last season, in free agency this offseason. Meanwhile, Eaton, 27, is a less-proven commodity but is on a friendly contract that keeps him under team control through 2021. He boasted a slash line of .284/.362/.428 in 2016 while also providing elite defense in the outfield. Jose Bautista and Michael Saunders, a pair of outfielders who each logged time at the leadoff spot

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