Blue Jays Morning Brew: Biagini, Estrada, Coghlan and more

ARLINGTON, TX - JUNE 21: Joe Biagini
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Your Toronto Blue Jays news and notes for Tuesday, August 08th including farm updates on Joe Biagini and Chris Coghlan and a possible Marco Estrada sighting at WWE Wrestling.

Biagini Makes Start For Buffalo

Joe Biagini made his first start with the herd since his demotion last week as the Jays attempt to stretch “Big Joe” out once again. Biagini surrendered 2-runs in 3 innings of work while taking the loss at the hands of the Indianapolis Indians. The 27-year old struck out one and did not surrender a free pass in the shortened outing.

Coghlan Begins Rehab Assignment

Chris Coghlan began his rehab assignment as the designated hitter for the Dunedin Blue Jays last night going 1 for 3 with an RBI in his first game since being sidelined with a wrist contusion in mid-June.

Estrada The WWE Belt Keeper

David Alter had a keen eye last night spotting Marco Estrada at the WWE Raw event in Toronto last night. Estrada was ringside and appeared to be the belt keeper for the match. Estrada had attended Josh Donaldson‘s Charity BaseBowl Event prior to tending to his wrestling responsibilities.

Arencibia Remincies About His MLB Debut

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J.P. Arencibia took to social media yesterday to commemorate the 7-year anniversary of his MLB debut. If you remember, it was a debut for the ages as Arencibia connected for 4 hits while clubbing a double and 2 home runs en route to a 17-11 win versus the Tampa Bay Rays.

Baseball Lost Two Greats Yesterday

Although not Jays related, we would like to extend our sincere condolences to the families of Darren Daulton and Don Baylor who both lost their battles to cancer yesterday. Both players were great ball players and even better human beings.

You may remember Daulton from the 1993 Philadelphia Phillies team who lost to Joe Carter and the Blue Jays in the World Series.

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That concludes another edition of the Morning Brew, stay tuned tonight as the Jays host the New York Yankees for a three-game set at the Rogers Centre.