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TORONTO —Left-handed pitcher Aaron Laffey has been recalled by the Toronto
Blue Jays from the minor-league Las Vegas 51s. Michael Crabtree Jersey . Right-hander
Chad Beck was optioned by the Blue Jays to make space for Laffey. The
27-year-old Laffey has made nine starts for Las Vegas this season and is 2-5
with a 4.88 earned-run average. Laffey was also with Toronto from April 9 to 14
but did not appear in a game. He has a career record of 21-23 with one save and
a 4.34 ERA in 126 games over parts of five major league seasons. Beck returns to
Las Vegas a day after being recalled to Toronto. Hes made 19 appearances with
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21-year-old graduate of the TFC Academy is in his second season with the first
team. “Ashtone represents the present and future of this club and he is an
important player for us,” head coach Paul Mariner said in a statement Thursday.
. Gaub was added to the Rangers 40-man roster Thursday and optioned to Triple-A
Round Rock. Texas didnt have to make any corresponding move because it had an
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Leafs in the local sporting consciousness, when the signing of Heisman Trophy
winner Anthony Davis out of USC was enough to bring tens of thousands out to an
intrasquad game at Exhibition Stadium.Jon Weber isnt just thinking wishfully.
The Goldeyes veteran and team captain will look anyone in the eye and tell them
that he believes this years edition of the Fish can win the American Association
championship. Tuesday night on a beautiful evening at Shaw Park, Weber had one
of six Goldeyes hits while Ridge Carpenter drove in the winning run as the Fish
beat the St. Paul Saints 2-1 to split a pair of pre-season games with their
rivals from St. Paul. For the second straight night, Goldeyes manager Rick
Forney got every position player into the game and pitching coach Bill Pulsipher
looked at seven more pitchers, as the Goldeyes got everything they could
possibly have asked for out of two pre-season games. “It was good, it was a good
two games,” said Weber, who will be expected to serve as the teams veteran
leader this season. “I really feel good. I got seven at bats in two games, had
three hits, drove in a couple of runs, ran a bit, it was a good.” In his 14th
year of professional baseball and his second year in Winnipeg, the left-handed
hitting leftfielder is openly impressed with the team Forney has cobbled
together. Tuesday night, Ace Walker started and was followed by Chris Salamida.
The two veteran starters allowed no runs on three hits over the first four
innings. Reliever Brian Leach gave up the only run aas St. Colin Kaepernick Black Jersey. Paul picked up
a single in the seventh, but Chris Kaminski, Fabian Williamson, Dexter Carter
and Nick Carr allowed no runs on no hits. Carter was lights out in a
one-two-three eighth and earned the victory. “I think we have a really good
team,” Weber said. “This team is even better than last years team and we were
close to winning it all last year. I think this team has better arms and
athletically were better. Well run better. All in all, we have a lot of guys who
can play.” Tuesday night the Goldeyes picked up six hits and scored a run in the
fifth on a walk, an error and a wild pitch and posted the winner in the eighth
as Chris Roberson walked, stole second and scored on Carpenters solid single to
right-centre. “There is nothing psychological about baseball,” said Weber when
asked that after losing in last years playoffs on an error. “We just need to
throw the bats and balls out of the field, play hard and not make any mistakes.
We lost last year because of a mistake. We lost Monday night because we made two
mistakes. If we dont make mistakes, well be really tough to beat.” The Goldeyes
play their final home pre-season game on Friday night against the University of
Winnipeg Wesmen at 6 p.m. at Shaw Park. Then they get on the bus and start a
17-day road trip. ’ ’ ’ 

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