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Casey Janssen (RP)

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Casey Janssen News & Advice

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MLB.com | Apr 22nd, 9:55pm
Blue Jays closer Casey Janssen was back with the team Tuesday after having his rehab assignment shut down over the weekend.
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KFFL | Apr 22nd, 9:48pm
Toronto Blue Jays RP Casey Janssen (back) said he's in no pain, and he's not ...
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KFFL | Apr 22nd, 7:14pm
Toronto Blue Jays RP Casey Janssen (back) is scheduled to throw a couple bullpen sessions ...
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Roto Authority | Apr 20th, 1:31am
Casey Janssen has begun his rehab in Florida after suffering from a back strain at the end of Spring Training. If all goes well, Janssen will return to the Jays this weekend and take back his closer job from Sergio Santos (4 saves, 3.38 ERA, 1.50 WHIP, 18.6 K/9). - Luckey Helms
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KFFL | Apr 18th, 10:03pm
Toronto Blue Jays manager John Gibbons said RP Casey Janssen (abdomen, back) likely will miss ...
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MLB.com | Apr 18th, 10:00pm
Blue Jays closer Casey Janssen is expected to miss at least two more weeks because of a strained lower back/abdominal muscle. Janssen appeared to be turning a corner earlier this week when he was sent on a rehab assignment with Class A Advanced Dunedin. He pitched one inning on Tuesday but the discomfort lingered and he has been temporarily shut down.
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Rotoworld | Apr 18th, 5:02am
In Friday's Daily Dose, D.J. Short discusses Cole Hamels' imminent return, a setback for Casey Janssen, and much more.
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ESPN | Apr 17th, 10:24pm
The rehabilitation assignment for Toronto Blue Jays closer Casey Janssen has been halted because of lingering tightness in his lower back.
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MLB.com | Apr 17th, 4:43pm
Casey Janssen has been temporarily shut down because of a strain in his lower back and abdominal muscle. The news isn't all bad on the injury front for Toronto, as shortstop Jose Reyes still plans to rejoin the ballclub in Cleveland and is expected to play on Saturday.
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Rotoworld | Apr 17th, 3:00pm
Casey Janssen has been shut down temporarily with renewed discomfort in his lower back.
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Roto Authority | Apr 14th, 2:32am
Sergio Santos has pitched well in place of the injured Casey Janssen so far (3 saves, 2.70 ERA, 1.80 WHIP, 12.6 K/9) and should continue to do so. Janssen is recovering nicely from a lower back injury and will return in the next couple weeks after a few rehab games. - Luckey Helms
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The Fantasy Fix | Apr 7th, 3:21am
Janssen has been on thin ice between his shoulder, declining stuff, and now abdominal strain. But despite the lack of traditional closer stuff, Janssen has been the man shutting the door the past two seasons. Now, Sergio Santos will fill in and it could be one of those situations where the guy to start the season keeps the job all year. - Rich Migliorisi
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Roto Authority | Apr 7th, 2:43am
With Casey Janssen on the DL, it seemed that Sergio Santos would be the closer in Toronto. However, Santos has been inconsistent thus far and Brett Cecil stepped in for his second career save on Wednesday against the Rays. We'll have to stay tuned, but Cecil might be the one to own pretty soon. - Luckey Helms
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Roto Professor | Mar 30th, 1:19am
He battled shoulder issues this spring, but there's still time for him to be ready for Opening Day. He allowed 2 H, but was able to escape without allowing a run. He should open the year as the team's closer, but there is no guarantee that he holds the job all season long. Sergio Santos is well worth stashing if you are in need of saves. - Eric Stashin
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Roto Authority | Mar 30th, 1:13am
Casey Janssen made his spring debut on Monday and had a scoreless appearance. However, Janssen never topped 86 mph and this lack of velocity is a small red flag. That being said, Janssen should come back to full strength after a few more outings and his fastball will follow shortly thereafter. If not, April might be rough. - Luckey Helms