Toronto Blue Jays First Base Dilemma

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Coming into spring training it was clear to everyone that the Toronto Blue Jays didn’t have a primary option at first base. Early on, all of the talk surrounded the confidence level the Blue Jays had in Justin Smoak. The team seemed to have a lot of faith that he would be able to secure his […] READ MORE


Blue Jays Bullpen Still a Work in Progress

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Even after the recent signing of veteran lefty J.P. Howell, the Toronto Blue Jays apparently remain active on the free agent front. With obvious holes to plug and, according to Shi Davidi, about 10 million remaining in their budget, the Toronto Blue Jays are still attached to Jerry Blevins and Boone Logan in some capacity. However, […] READ MORE


MLB Sleeper Prospects: Part 3

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Every year in Major League Baseball, teams have one or two prospects rise from obscurity to become legitimate prospects. Sometimes they develop an additional skill. Sometimes they figure out some plus potential in a tool they already possess. It is fascinating to watch. This season saw many of these players develop, some even at the big league level. […] READ MORE


MLB Sleeper Prospects: Part 2

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Every year in Major League Baseball, teams have one or two prospects come out of obscurity to become legitimate Major League prospects. Whether through the development of an additional skill or maybe just seeing a player figure out some plus potential in a tool they already possess. It is fascinating to watch happen. This season […] READ MORE


Toronto Blue Jays 2016 Season Review

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The Toronto Blue Jays came so close to a World Series appearance in 2015. Game 6. ALCS. Bottom of the 9th. Runner on 3rd with no outs. Only one run needed to cross to tie things up. Then, strikeout, strikeout, and a Josh Donaldson ground out ended the season. So much hope lost. So many […] READ MORE


Toronto Blue Jays Off-Season Needs

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The 2016 season was full of ups and downs. Despite the fact that the Toronto Blue Jays returned to the ALCS yet again this season was a disappointment because of optics. The offense had a horrific year by their 2015 standards. The much-maligned pitching staff, which should have been average at best, however, ended up […] READ MORE


MLB Sleeper Prospects: Part 1

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Every year in Major League Baseball, teams have one or two prospects come out of obscurity to become legitimate Major League prospects. Whether through the development of an additional skill or maybe just seeing a player figure out some plus potential in a tool they already possess. It is fascinating to watch happen. This season […] READ MORE


Toronto Blue Jays Top 10 Prospects

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Now that the season has wrapped up for the Toronto Blue Jays minor league affiliates, it is a good time to re-rank the Blue Jays top 10 prospects. It was a season of exceptional growth for the system as a whole, featuring stand out performances by several potential high-impact prospects. From the development in the […] READ MORE


What happened to Jason Heyward?

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Jason Heyward finished last season with a 6 WAR season again and a third Gold Glove award, and was widely considered the top position player available in free agency. He was 26 years old and just beginning to scratch the surface of his potential. But this season’s Heyward has been a new version. Even his limited […] READ MORE