Jays' Finalize Deal with Zaun

The Toronto Blue Jays were left without a catcher late Monday afternoon when Rod Barajas informed the club he would not be flying to Toronto for a physical, changed agents, and rejected the deal.
November 28, 2006

Barajas Turns Back on Jays; Zaun Back In

The Toronto Blue Jays were closing in on a deal with catcher Gregg Zaun on Monday evening, just a few hours after the team told Zaun it was going another direction. This, after Rod Barajas turned his back on the club, declined to go for a physical, and changed agents to get a better deal for himself and for the union.
November 28, 2006

Camp Report: Knee Forces Downs To Leave Early

In todays Camp Report we take a look at Scott Downs and how long he will miss because of his knee discomfort. Also, Bengie Molina hit his first home run of the spring, Gregg Zaun is still unable to play, and could begin the season on the disabled list, and four more players returned to minor league camp.
March 29, 2006

Comparing the Glory Day Batters to Version 06

Interest in the 2006 Blue Jays is at perhaps an all-time high. Ticket sales are peaking, and short of the championship years, there has never been real waiting lines in place. This new season of baseball promises much excitement for the Blue Jays. General Manager J.P. Ricciardi is not done tinkering with the roster, and according to information still has a couple million to play with.
January 5, 2006

Towers Shuts Out Orioles, Jays Bats Explode

BALTIMORE, MD – The Toronto Blue Jays received home runs from four different players and Josh Towers continued his strong string of performances against his former club by tossing a complete game shutout as the Blue Jays routed the Orioles 12-0.
August 13, 2005

Jays Use Four-Run First Inning to Down White Sox

CHICAGO, IL – Gregg Zaun hit a bases clearing double as part of a four-run first inning against Orlando Hernandez that helped the Toronto Blue Jays make a winner out of David Bush who wins his second straight decision since being recalled from Triple-A.
August 3, 2005

Sheets Prevails in Battle of Aces Match-up

TORONTO, ON – The Milwaukee Brewers grabbed three runs in the first inning of Roy Halladay thanks to a two-run home run by Carlos Lee, which gave Brewers ace Ben Sheets enough to get it done in a 5-2 victory over the Blue Jays.
June 19, 2005