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It was on the 19th of November last year that the Blue Jays pulled off their massive 12-player deal with Miami that was supposed to set the table for a playoff season in 2013. Norichika Aoki Mariners Jersey . Of course it didnt work out that way, but I suppose the point of this is, the deal came right out of nowhere. There were no hot rumours, no build-up. It just happened. This years Winter Meetings are being held from Dec. 9-12 at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort in Orlando. This is the third time the meetings have been held at this facility. The last time was in 2010. Its interesting to look back now at some of the rumours involving the Blue Jays back then and what actually went down. One of the hottest rumours had the Jays offering a package that might have included right hander Kyle Drabek, outfielder Travis Snider and a couple of other prospects to Kansas City for right hander Zach Greinke who was fresh off winning the American League Cy Young Award. There was also talk the Jays were going after Arizona outfielder Justin Upton and even Manny Ramirez. None of those deals came to fruition. Alex Anthopoulos did pull off the first major swap of those meetings though, sending right-hander Shaun Marcum to Milwaukee for Brett Lawrie. Again, though, there were no rumours surrounding that deal. It just happened. Arguably, the Jays most significant deal of that offseason didnt come until the New Year. They sent Vernon Wells and his huge contract to the Angels for catcher/1B/DH Mike Napoli and outfielder Juan Rivera. Four days later they flipped Napoli to Texas in a deal involving closer Frank Francisco. Wells incidently will be heading into the final year of his contract next season. Though Vernon will earn $21 million, the Yankees are only on the hook for $2.4 million of that. According the Baseball, the Angels are paying the rest, some $18.6 million. Rumours and Deals There was actually a trade this week, with the Dodgers getting outfielder Jeremy Hazelbaker and cash from Boston for outfielder prospect Alex Castellanos. The rumour mill really figures to start heating up at the Owners and GMs meetings running from Nov. 11-13 at Orlando. Usually those meetings are where the ground work is laid for the bigger deals and free agent signings to come through the fall and over the winter. This brings us back to the two big rumours of the past week or so, put out by ESPN contributors. One had the Mets possibly offering right-hander Jon Niese, outfielder prospect Cesar Puello and another prospect for Jose Bautista. The Mets really need a power bat to offer some support for David Wright, and J.P. Ricciardi who now works in the Mets front office acquired Bautista for the Blue Jays in the first place from Pittsburgh. Puello is supposed to be the key in the deal for the Blue Jays. Hes supposedly a top-notch right field prospect who plays the game with boundless hustle. Some have compared him to Yasiel Puig, without the hotdogging. Trouble is Puello was suspended for 50 games for using PEDs in connection with Biogenesis. But again its only another rumour. Another hot one had the Blue Jays being in the thick of the race for Cincinnatis out-of-favour second baseman Brandon Phillips. Though some say he had an offseason and caused some friction for the Reds by comparing his contract to that of Joey Votto and for getting into a beef with a reporter, Phillips is still one of top second basemen in the game. Even in an "off year" he knocked in 103 runs. If new Reds manager Bryan Price moves closer Aroldis Chapman into the starting rotation as has been rumoured, maybe Anthopoulos can offer some of the Blue Jays bullpen depth and a prospect or two for Phillips. But as a cautionary note, Phillips will be 33 next season and is owed $50 million on his contract over the next four years. If the Blue Jays are truly going to go "all-in" again next season, this is the deal that they might actually pursue. Still, its just another one of those rumours you hear this time of year, and most of these rumours as we learned from 2010, dont ever turn into reality. Tampa Bay, Oakland and Pittsburgh are three of the teams that proved this season that you can win with a lower-echelon payroll. But of the final four teams that were alive in the post-season, three were in the top five in money spent, and St. Louis was number 11. Kyle Seager Mariners Jersey . Thousands of fans at Mosaic Stadium will be cozying up to each other in an effort to stay warm in chilly temperatures and block the Prairie wind that locals say can knock your socks off. Robinson Cano Cream Jersey . LOUIS -- Lance Lynn was one of the more enthusiastic participants as the St. http:///...dez-mariners-jersey/ . Jeff Green scored 13 points and Kris Humphries 12 for the Celtics, who nearly blew an 18-point, second-half lead. Sullingers 20-20 was the first by a Celtics player since Kevin Garnetts first game in Boston in 2007. Garnett was dealt -- along with Paul Pierce -- to Brooklyn during the off-season.SWIFT CURRENT, Sask. -- The Swift Current Broncos took advantage of their power-play chances on Saturday as they edged the visiting Regina Pats 3-2 in Western Hockey League action. All three of the Broncos (2-0-0) goals came by way of the man advantage, including Graham Blacks winner at 13:43 of the third period. Colby Cave and Jake DeBrusk also scored for Swift Current while Julius Honka picked up three assists. Chandler Stephenson and Dyson Stevenson scored for the Pats (0-2-0). Landon Bow made 18 saves for the win as Teagan Sacher turned aside 29 shots in a losing cause. Swift Current went 3 for 6 on the power play while Regina scored twice on five chances with the man advantage. --- Wheat Kings 3 Warriors 1 BRANDON, -- Eric Roy set up all three of his clubs goals and Curtis Honey made 40 saves as the Wheat Kings defeated Moose Jaw. Chad Robinson had a goal and an assist for Brandon (2-0-0) while John Quenneville and Taylor Cooper added a goal apiece. Brayden Point scored a power-play goal for the Warriors (0-2-0) late in the third period to snap Honeys shutout bid. Justin Paulic turned away 28-of-31 shots in defeat. --- Raiders 6 Blades 5 PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. -- Leon Draisaitl scored once and set up two more as the Raiders edged Saskatoon. Sawyer Lange, Dakota Conroy, Matteo Gennaro, Gage Quinney and Dylan Busenius also scored for Prince Albert (2-0-0) as Cole Cheveldave stopped 24 shots for the win. Collin Valcourt led the Blades (0-2-0) offensively with two goals and an assist while Brett Stovin chipped in three assists. Matt Revel, David Nemecek and Ryan Graham each scored once for Saskatoon and Troy Trombley made 26 saves in defeat. --- Rebels 6 Ice 3 RED DEER, Alta. -- Rhyse Dieno, Brooks Maxwell and Lukas Sutter each had a goal and two assists as the Rebels doubled up Kootenay. Brady Maxwell had a goal and an assist for Red Deer (2-0-0) while Adam Musil and Matt Bellerive added a goal apiece. Sam Reinhart, Kyle OConnor and Luke Philp supplied the offence for the Ice (0-2-0). Patrik Bartosak made 29 saves for the win as Mackenzie Skapski stopped 35 shots in a losing cause. --- Tigers 6 Hurricanes 2 MEDICINE HAT, Alta. -- Logan McVeigh had a goal and two assists and Daniel Wapple made 23 saves as the Tigers beat Lethbridge. Blake Penner, Chad Butcher and Trevor Cox each had a goal and an assist for Medicine Hat (2-0-0) while Cole Sanford and Dylan Bredoo added singles. Robinson Cano Mariners Jersey. Josh Derko Giorgio Estephan scored for the Hurricanes (0-2-0) as Christopher Tai stopped 29-of-35 shots in defeat. --- Silvertips 8 Cougars 3 EVERETT, Wash. -- Joshua Winquist had three goals and an assist as the Silvertips crushed Prince George. Dawson Leedahl and Manraj Hayer each scored twice for the Silvertips (1-0-0) while Tyler Sandhu added a single goal. Matt Pufahl, Brayden Low and Ivan Nikolishin chipped in two assists apiece as Austin Lotz stopped 29 shots for the win. Klarc Wilson scored twice for the Cougars (0-2-0) and David Soltes had the other. Brett Zarowny took the loss after giving up four goals on 20 shots through 21 minutes of action. Ty Edmonds replaced Zarowny and stopped 18-of-22 shots in relief. --- Rockets 5 Blazers 2 KELOWNA, B.C. -- Tyson Baillie had two goals and four points as the Rockets downed Kamloops. Madison Bowey, Nick Merkley and Cole Linaker also scored for Kelowna (2-0-0) while Jesse Lees chipped in two assists. Mitch Lipon and Joe Kornelsen supplied the offence for the Blazers (0-2-0). Jordon Cooke made 24 saves for the win as Bolton Pouliot turned away 37-of-41 shots in defeat. --- Thunderbirds 4 Winterhawks 3 (SO) KENT, Wash. -- Justin Myles made 39 saves and Branden Troock scored the shootout winner as Seattle slipped past Portland. Roberts Lipsbergs scored twice in regulation for the Thunderbirds (1-0-0) while Jerret Smith added the other. Ethan Price, Chase De Leo and Oliver Bjorkstrand supplied the scoring for the Winterhawks (1-0-1) and Taylor Leier had two assists. Brendan Burke stopped 37-of-40 shots in defeat. --- Chiefs 6 Americans 2 KENNEWICK, Wash. -- Mitch Holmberg scored three times and set up one more as Spokane beat Tri-City. Liam Stewart, Mike Aviani and Connor Chartier each had a goal and an assist for the Chiefs (1-0-0) and Jason Fram had two assists. Beau McCue and Taylor Vickerman scored for the Americans (0-1-0). Eric Williams stopped 23 shots for the win while Eric Comrie took the loss after giving up six goals on 37 shots. --- Giants 2 Royals 1 VICTORIA, -- Carter Popoffs second period goal stood up as the game winner as Vancouver edged the Royals. Rob Trzonkowski also scored for the Giants (1-1-0) while Payton Lee stopped 30-of-31 shots for the win. Joe Hicketts scored the lone goal for Victoria (1-1-0) and Patrik Polivka made 19 saves in the loss. Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys ' ' ' 
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