• Blue Jays utility man Steve Tolleson was unavailable for Wednesday night's game vs. the Yankees because he has been experiencing some problems with his eyes over the past couple of days. Tolleson, who underwent Lasik eye surgery in 2009, has been dealing with some blurry vision, and while he's tried glasses, contacts and eye drops, a solution has not yet been found.
Tolleson visited the eye doctor every day this week and has an appointment with a cornea specialist on Thursday. He remains optimistic that that might be a simple solution to his problem and that there isn't a more serious issue currently going on.
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