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DUNEDIN, Fla. Yeezy Boost 350 Prezzo Adidas . — Jonathan Diaz is easy to spot in the Blue Jays clubhouse. Just look for a big smile atop a compact five-foot-nine, 155-pound body. The 28-year-old Florida native is also hard to miss on the field — an elegant, mobile shortstop with a slick glove. A career .230 hitter in the minors, Diaz is not likely to stick with a major league club that already has a superstar at shortstop in Jose Reyes, the versatile Ryan Goins at second base and Maicer Izturis as a utility infielder. But his skills are appreciated and have been on display again in the Blue Jays organization after a one-year stint with the Boston Red Sox and former Jays manager John Farrell. “Id heard about them,” Toronto manager John Gibbons said of Diazs fielding talents. “Everybodys always said youre not going to find a better shortstop or defender, period. You can put him anywhere out there and hes definitely shown that this spring.” Diaz has appeared in the infield and outfield this spring, often as a late inning replacement. He has turned heads with a nifty double play and scored the 10th-inning game-winner on some aggressive base-running in a 4-3 victory over the Baltimore Orioles last Sunday. As of Wednesday, he was hitting .077 with one hit in 13 at-bats this spring. He knows defence is his ticket in baseball. “Ive always love to be out there making plays and doing acrobatic things,” he said. “Luckily thats kept me in the game for as long as it has.” He was given No. 1 to wear by the Jays, the same number as former great Tony Fernandez. “Its a honour to be wearing that number,” he said. “He was an unbelievable shortstop.” A 12th-round pick — 360th overall — by the Jays in the 2006 draft out of North Carolina State, Diaz is happy to be back in the Toronto fold after his year away. “It feels like I never left,” he said. “It feels like home. I was here for seven years and then I took a little hiatus with the Red Sox for a year.” Boston had its moments, however. He was called up to the majors for the first time, “which was amazing,” he said. He saw action in five games, with four at-bats. He had no hits but scored two runs. “I was there for a week … Fortunately Im going to get a World Series ring and all that so Im really excited about that. It was a good time,” he said. Coincidentally, Diazs debut in the majors came against Toronto and he threw out Reyes from third in Torontos first at-bat. He also scored the winning run against the Jays. These days his locker is just down the row from Reyes in a largely Spanish-speaking neighbourhood of the clubhouse. With a Dominican father and Puerto Rican mother, he grew up with Spanish as his first language. “This is my corner. These are my people,” he said with a grin. Diaz says he tries not to think of where he might end up. The goal is the big leagues and the plan is to play as well as possible. After that, que sera sera. “Make sure youre healthy and just try to be ready when the time comes,” Diaz said by way of summary. “Im just out there trying to show I can help the team in any way possible.” Away from the field, Diaz is married with three daughters — 10, eight and 16 months. The family makes its home in Dunedin with his wife and daughters joining Diaz “wherever Im at,” when school breaks for the summer. “By now, theyre used to it … Its a crazy fun life,” he said. But it has not always been fun for Diaz. In 2011, he was one of the final cuts out of the Jays major league camp. He went to double-A ball and then triple-A in Las Vegas. “I was doing really well,” he said. “I went to have dinner, took a cab and woke up in a hospital.” There was an accident and Diaz suffered a concussion, lost some hearing and his two front teeth, among other injuries. His wife, then his fiancee, was on the side of the cab that got hit and took the brunt of the impact. She suffered broken ribs, a torn spleen, separated shoulder and cuts. “It was pretty ugly,” he said. “But luckily were healthy now.” The injuries also took a toll on his playing career. “That took me out of it for a couple of months,” he said. “That window, I felt like, was a good chance of being called up at the time.” Two false front teeth have not impacted Diazs smile. He seems to savour every baseball moment. Originals Adidas NMD Nere/Grigie/Argento Uomo/Donna High Top Sneaker . Dallas running back DeMarco Murray caught a 20-yard touchdown pass with 41 seconds left and Carolina running back Mike Tolbert plunged into the end zone for a 2-point conversion to give Rice a 22-21 win over Sanders in the first schoolyard-style Pro Bowl on Sunday. 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Best moment in draft history, hands down. Steve Simmons, Sun Media: My thumb is up to Don Maloney, general manager of the newly named Arizona Coyotes – and yeah, that sounds weird – for his unusual honesty in explaining why the club has chosen to buy out top-line centre, Mike Ribeiro. Normally youd get a little “blah blah blah” from an NHL GM on why a player was being let go. But Maloney was more than clear here: he said the team didnt want to put up with Ribeiros behavioral issues, could not tolerate them going forward and could not have him part of the team anymore. The Coyotes, who couldnt afford lunch a year or two ago let alone buying someone out, will be paying Ribeiro $2 million a year for the next six years just to go away. Yeezy 350 Black. Michael Farber, Sports Illustrated: My thumb is up to one of the great sporting advances of the past decade. Baseballs expanded replay? Advanced stats? Heck, no. Im talking about the so-called felony foam world cup referees have been spraying on the field to mark the spot for free kicks and, more importantly, delineate where defenders can set their wall. This low-tech marvel, which looks like shaving cream and dissipates in a minute, eliminates time wasting and the inevitable cheating by defenders who try to creep closer to the spot. While baseball needed a replay room in New York, FIFA found an inexpensive way to literally lay down the law. The gimmick belongs in the sports hall of foam. Sorry. Dave Naylor, TSN: My thumb is up to the sons of athletes who chose their own path to make a name for themselves. Im refering to the selection of Elfrid Payton Jr. in this weeks NBA Draft, going 10th overall to the Philadelphia 76ers. Payton is the son of CFL Hall-of-Famer Elfrid Payton – better known as SWAC to some – who played for five CFL teams including Baltimore, Montreal and Winnipeg. Like recent NHL draft picks Darnell Nurse and Seth Jones – whose fathers played in the CFL and NBA respectively – Payton put his good athletic genes to use in another sport. Its always a nice story to see a young athlete follow in his fathers footsteps. But its a little more interesting to see them go their own way. Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys ‘ ‘ ‘