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Raptors top Cavs to snap 11-game road skid Updated Dec 18, 2012
Jose Calderon scored a season-high 23 points, and the Toronto Raptors won on the road for the second time this season by beating the Cleveland Cavaliers 113-99 on Tuesday night.
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  • Newest Mets embrace change of scenery Dec 18, 2012
    Travis d'Arnaud, the centerpiece of the deal that sent R.A. Dickey from the Mets to the Blue Jays, joined catcher John Buck and pitching prospect Noah Syndergaard in an introductory conference call on Tuesday.
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  • Dickey on trade: 'Important for me to grieve'

    NEW YORK (AP) -- R.A. Dickey picked up his phone on Saturday, and New York Mets general manager Sandy Alderson told the NL Cy Young Award winner he had 72 hours to negotiate a contract with the Toronto Blue Jays.
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  • Blue Jays ink veterans Ortiz, Langerhans Dec 18, 2012
    The Blue Jays added to their depth on Tuesday afternoon by signing right-hander Ramon Ortiz and outfielder Ryan Langerhans to Minor League contracts.
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  • Jose Calderon Needs A Fresh Start With A New Team Dec 18, 2012
    Beginning this past Saturday, players signed this summer are now available to be traded, and even though we haven’t seen one as of this writing, there will be some moves before the New Year. Now that there are more players available, and GMs call sheets
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  • Toronto makes statement with bold offseason moves Dec 18, 2012
    We are about to be reminded that Major League Baseball is not merely an American game. It is more precisely a North American game. The Toronto Blue Jays have returned. The province of Ontario is back, too, as a baseball destination.
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  • Video - Buster Blog: AL East Wide Open 02:41

    Buster Blog: AL East Wide Open

    Dec 18
    Buster Olney blogs about the Blue Jays' trade for R.A. Dickey and the overall landscape of the AL East.