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Postby kaisy on Sat Sep 28, 2013 2:36 am

MINNEAPOLIS - The Blue Jays swept a series for the first time since June 21-23 (Baltimore), the final three victories of the 11-game winning streak. With Sundays 2-0 win over the Twins, Toronto has won 10 of its last 13 games. The club has won four-consecutive series for the first time this season. ROGERS WITH STAND OUT ROAD TRIP Esmil Rogers won both of his starts on the trip, following up his 6 1/3 innings of shutout baseball in Phoenix with 7 2/3 innings scoreless against the Twins, his longest outing of the season. There are a lot of moving parts when it comes to next seasons rotation, with only R.A. Dickey and Mark Buehrle seemingly locks for starting spots. If Rogers is auditioning, hes not worrying about it. "Thats one of the reasons, when you go home and the office thinks about it, theyre going to think about September, how everybody did in September," said Rogers. "When you finish the season a lot of people forget a little bit about that because September is more close to the finish of the season. I try to take the opportunity and I try to be ready every time that I get it." NO QUIT The Blue Jays believe a strong finish will set the table for a more successful 2014. "Its better for us as players because it gets our confidence better for whats going to happen for next year," said Jose Reyes. "If we finish the season strong, playing very good baseball, when we go to spring training we believe as players we can do it. Its been a disappointing season for us but the way that weve played lately is the way were supposed to play." "There are young guys here that we want to teach them the winning mentality," said Casey Janssen. "Not to be light and loose when we lose and to be frustrated and also, what comes with winning is coming to the park and putting a smile on your face and passing the time in a positive way." JANSSEN NEARING 30 SAVES With each save, Casey Janssen adds to his personal single-season career high. He picked up his 29th in Sundays 2-0 win over the Twins. The next stop is 30, which seems like a nice number. "If I get 30 and there are two weeks left in the season am I going to be content," asked Janssen. "I dont really have a special number. I just want to go out there and try to save every game possible and obviously help our team win." REYES MAKING PROGRESS Shortstop Jose Reyes is looking forward to being healthy in next season. Having started all but one of the Blue Jays games since his return on June 26 from a 66-game absence with sprained left ankle, Reyes says hes pleased with the way hes progressing as the season draws to a close. "I feel like its way better," said Reyes. "I think the last two weeks its coming along very good. It feels a lot looser, (I feel pain) still a little bit but its way better than it was before. So, you know, thats good to see. I feel happy about it that I can run on the field; do my stuff without thinking about anything else." Reyes is putting in the time. He estimates he spends 90 minutes daily doing a combination of ankle-specific exercises, massage and hot tub treatment to prepare his ankle for each game. "To be honest with you, when Im on the field, I dont feel it," he said. "When Im slowing down, I can run full speed with no problem without thinking about it, its when Im slowing down. Like I said, the last two weeks have been way better. I feel like me playing the game." ROTATION FOR ANGELS SERIES Mark Buehrle will pitch on Tuesday, followed by R.A. Dickey on Wednesday and J.A. Happ on Thursday. With off days last Thursday and on Monday, the Blue Jays elected to skip Todd Redmonds turn in the rotation to better control his workload. Womens Steve Largent Jersey . 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Willis was the NL Rookie of the Year in 2003 with the Marlins and quickly became one of baseballs most popular players.CALGARY -- The Calgary Flames announced Thursday that they have signed forward Mikael Backlund to a one-year contract worth US$725,000. Backlund had four goals and seven assists in 41 games for Calgary last season. He has 15 goals and 31 assists in 138 career games with the Flames. The native of Vasteras, Sweden, was the Flames first round pick (24th overall) in the 2007 NHL draft.dddddddddddd "Mikael has an opportunity to step up and attempt to secure a top two-line centre position with our club," Flames general manager Jay Feaster said in a statement. "He is a very talented player who skates well, has excellent vision and possesses a strong skill set." ' ' '
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