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VANCOUVER -- Shortly after being named to his first head coaching job, Carl Robinson was on the phone with Camilo Sanvezzo to talk about getting the Vancouver Whitecaps star striker a new contract. Robinson said that December conversation was cordial, with Sanvezzo expressing excitement about what lay ahead for the Whitecaps in 2014. "Three days later he was in Mexico with an opposition shirt on," said Robinson. "So obviously that put the cat amongst the pigeons and then we needed to address that situation." The Whitecaps finally did that on Friday, selling Major League Soccers top scorer to Queretaro F.C. in what it called a "multi-million dollar" deal that ended a messy, two-week long soap opera. Last seasons Golden Boot winner with 22 goals, Sanvezzo had turned his back on the Whitecaps, practising with Queretaro and posing for pictures in the teams kit, even though the flashy Brazilian was still under contract with Vancouver. When Robinson travelled to Mexico to sit down with the 25-year-old Sanvezzo last week to see if anything could be done to heal the relationship, he knew there was no way back. "It surprised me and Ive been in football 25 years," said Robinson. "Hopefully we can put it to bed and move forward." That could prove to be a challenge. The Whitecaps -- who will get the majority of transfer fee, with MLS pocketing the rest -- tried to put a positive spin on a situation that can only be described as a disaster both on and off the field with pre-season training set to start next week. Sanvezzo joined Vancouver in 2011, scoring 39 goals in 92 league games, including 75 starts. The Whitecaps scored 53 times in MLS play last season, with Sanvezzo playing a part in 28 of them. He even told reporters after the Whitecaps missed the playoffs and fired head coach Martin Rennie that Robinson -- then an assistant with the club -- would be a good candidate for the job. "Its a frustrating situation because we believe we did what we needed to do," said Whitecaps president Bob Lenarduzzi. "We talked about sitting down with him and doing a new deal ... prior to getting to that, he was in Mexico in another teams jersey." While the Whitecaps could have gone the legal route and forced Sanvezzo -- who had two option years left on his deal -- back to Vancouver, Lenarduzzi said his mind was already made up. "When we sat down with Camilo, he said he was done," said Lenarduzzi, his voice raised as he met with reporters at Vancouver International Airport after arriving back from the MLS SuperDraft in Philadelphia. "He had given Queretaro his word that he would be going there. "Why are we going to battle someone that doesnt want to be here, thats actually reneged on his word when he signed a contract with us and then turned around and says hes given a club that hes going to, who he doesnt have a contract with, his word? "He doesnt want to be here, obviously, so on you go." Queretaro president Adolfo Rios apologized in a brief statement released by the Whitecaps for the way in which the situation was handled. "On behalf of our club, we sincerely regret our misunderstanding in regards to Camilos contract earlier in the process," the statement read. Sanvezzo made US$247,500 last season, which put him third on the Whitecaps, but that number paled in comparison to fellow striker Kenny Millers salary of nearly $1.25 million. Robinson said Sanvezzo never asked for a raise and was made aware that no contracts talks would take place until a new coach was named. The loss of Sanvezzo creates an obvious hole up front for Vancouver, but perhaps more importantly, the spectacular departure also leaves the Whitecaps looking weak from a public relations perspective after the player simply refused to honour his contract. Trying to find a silver lining and with the regular season less than two months away, Robinson and Lenarduzzi both said that the money from the sale will be invested back into the club -- perhaps a creative midfielder that the Whitecaps have been lacking. Vancouver fans have watched Canadian cousins Toronto FC make major moves this off-season, including the signings of striker Jermaine Defoe and midfielder Michael Bradley. "There will be a number of signings coming in. Over the last few weeks weve had a lot to deal with," said Robinson. "Hopefully in the next few days and weeks there will be a lot of new players coming in." Lenarduzzi added that Sanvezzos departure opens up a spot for some of Vancouvers younger players, including strikers Darren Mattocks, Omar Salgado and Kekuta Manneh. "We have some guys that are ironically enough pretty excited that Camilos not coming back, not for the fact that they dont get along with him but (because) its going to provide opportunities," said Lenarduzzi. The off-season was anything but quiet for the Whitecaps before the Sanvezzo soap opera took centre stage in the new year. The team took six weeks to name a new coach, with Vancouver striking out in its attempt to hire former United States national team boss Bob Bradley before settling on Robinson. Mattocks also went on Jamaican television and expressed his displeasure with how he was used during the 2013 campaign. The 37-year-old Robinson, just past the first month at the helm, said the Sanvezzo saga has been a learning experience. "Ive dealt with it professionally and honestly and the club has done the same as welcomel," said the Welshman. "Im sure Ill be a better person for it and a better head coach moving forward." Notes: The Whitecaps said that midfielder Andre Lewis, who was drafted seventh overall on Thursday, is their property despite a report that said he had signed with the NASLs New York Cosmos. Both Lenarduzzi and Robinson said MLS and the Cosmos are dealing with the situation and that Vancouver expects that Lewis will take part in pre-season training. ... Lenarduzzi said the Whitecaps are nearing a deal that will keep captain Jay DeMerit with the club.
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. A lawmaker is hoping the buzz from California Chromes run for the Triple Crown might build support for a bill that would place the U.KISSIMMEE, Florida ľ It was Caesar who was warned to "beware the ides of March" in the famous Shakespeare play. The Blue Jays dont have a Caesar but they do have someone whos getting used to an annual March controversy. Hes J.A. Happ, who was back after two days away from the ballclub without the certainty of a spot in the rotation. General manager Alex Anthopoulos told the media on Thursday there are now two available starting jobs. Previously, there had been one. But Happ has struggled in two spring appearances as he works through what the Blue Jays say is a sore back. Happ has heard Anthopoulos comments but believes he will be among the group of five starters come opening day. "Yes," Happ told "Uh huh. Still feel that way." Amid rumours the Blue Jays are players for Ervin Santana, the last marquee free agent starter available, the emergence of a healthy Drew Hutchison and the consideration being given to Marcus Stroman, the potential is there for Happ to be squeezed out of the picture. "As far as the Santana thing, Ive got no control over that," said Happ. "The Alex (comments,) Im not sure. That wasnt the impression I have had. I guess I dont have a comment for it." Happ hadnt been seen at camp since before Anthopoulos comment. He returned on Sunday in time to see off teammates who were about to make the two-hour bus trek to play the Astros in Kissimmee. The diagnosis is back inflammation, causing Happ general back soreness. "Its really nothing," said Happ, who didnt wish to describe the nature of the treatment hes been receiving. "Were just trying to take care of it. We needed to get a few days rest. We took care of a few things and I just kind of needed to be off my feet for a few days in order to recover from that. Well go from there. Well take it a day at a time. In my mind Im feeling better and feel like progressing and jump right back into an outing here soon." In two spring appearances, Happ has a 40.50 ERA, having allowed six earned runs in just 1 1/3 innings. Hes walked five hitters, but isnt willing to use his back pain as an excuse. "t;Its one of those things and Ive always said it, if you go out there theres no excuse," he said.dddddddddddd "You find a way to pitch. It was by no means me having to find a way. I felt good enough. It may have contributed to it but hopefully it doesnt matter. I think, moving forward, I anticipate it not being an issue so that will feel good." DICKEY LOOKING STRONG R.A. Dickey pitched five scoreless innings in Sundays 4-3 loss to the Astros. The outing dropped his spring ERA to 2.45 over three starts. His knuckleball is dancing, the velocities are significantly varied and most of all, Dickey feels healthy. Hes more comfortable heading into his second year with the Blue Jays. "You look forward to a routine," said Dickey. "When that routine is interrupted sometimes it can mess things up, especially when youre older and thats something Im learning. "Getting to come into the clubhouse every day," he said. "Not having to depart and be away from my teammates; getting to really do relationships with those guys; getting to prepare in-between starts the way that I like to; take ground balls on the half-field in-between starts. All that is part of getting ready." There were high expectations for the 2013 Blue Jays. Those expectations werent met. Asked what he would say about the 2014 version of his club, Dickey offered a wry, deadpanned response. "I think were terrible," joked Dickey. "I dont want anybody to take us seriously and I think that because of last year were probably going to get walked over every game." DICKEYS REMAINING SPRING SCHEDULE Dickey has three spring starts left before opening day after his 82-pitch, five-inning performance on Sunday. He intends to throw about 100 pitches in each of his next two starts and then shorten his final appearance in preparation for opening day, March 31 in Tampa Bay. CAMP CUTS The Blue Jays reduced their major league camp roster by four after Sundays game. Catcher A.J. Jimenez, outfielder Kenny Wilson and pitchers Deck McGuire and Rob Rasmussen, all of whom are on the 40-man roster, were sent to minor league camp.
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