Josh Johnson (baseball)
TORONTO, CANADA - APRIL 21: Josh Johnson #55 of the Toronto Blue Jays is visited on the mound by pitching coach Pete Walker #40 as J.P. Arencibia #9 listens in during MLB game action against the New York Yankees on April 21, 2013 at Rogers Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
It’s tough no matter when it is, you never want to miss any starts ... How bad we’re going right now, that’s one of the things. But I had pretty much everyone come up and tell me to be smart. Be smart, we want you here in September and October and not right now, not as important. I’m thinking about being smart for once in my life. I don’t want it to linger on.
It's tough no matter when it is ... You never want to miss any starts. How bad we're going right now, that's one of the [concerns], but I had pretty much everyone come up and tell me to be smart.
It seems like it happens a couple of times a year where all of a sudden you can't find the zone for whatever reasonMore quotes »
Bautista homers as Blue Jays beat Phillies 10-4
-- Josh Johnson will never complain about this kind of run support.Jose Bautista hit his sixth homer of the spring and the Toronto Blue Jays rode their high-powered offense to a 10-4 drubbing of the Philadelphia Phillies on Saturday at Citizens Bank Park."It's Read more »
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The Call-Up: Sean Nolin by Mark Anderson and Bret Sayre
Situation: After an active offseason that included the acquisition of starting pitchers Mark Buehrle, R.A. Dickey, and Josh Johnson, the Blue Jays are now prepared to send their 10th starting pitcher of the season to the mound. In addition to Johnson’s injuries, from Baseball Prospectus Read more »
Ramon Ortiz doesn't last very long
innings and has impressed manager John Gibbons. The Toronto rotation has been hindered by injuries with J.A. Happ and Josh Johnson both on the shelf. Ricky Romero has been unable to find the strike zone consistently. Because of that, Gibbons must keep turning from CBS Sports Read more »
Minor League Recap for May 20: Josh Johnson rehab start
the Toronto game, the Jays system went 4-1 today. Josh Johnson made his first rehab start, it went well. 3.0, 3 hits, 1 earned, 0 walks, 5 k, 4 ground outs, 0 fly outs. Looks like a good first step. Danny Barnes: 1.0, 1 hit, 1 earned, 1 walk. Blow save and from Bluebird Banter Read more »
Johnson fans five in successful first rehab start
Johnson's first Minor League rehab start went about as well as the Blue Jays could have hoped. Johnson struck out five and walked none over three innings for Class A Advanced Dunedin on Monday night at Florida Auto Exchange Stadium. The right-hander gave up from MLB.com Read more »
Another letdown for ex-Marlins
with another all-in team, the Miami Marlins, last season. (Reuters) A year ago, after 43 games, Mark Buehrle, Jose Reyes, Josh Johnson and Emilio Bonifacio were Miami Marlins. The team had a 24-19 record and sat two games out in the National League East. A from Canoe Read more »