Toronto Blue Jays All-Time Tournament Team

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The Toronto Blue Jays all-time team is something else. The Blue Jays endured years of misery including their inaugural season in 1977. As a matter of fact, in the mid-to-late eighties, it was a completely different story. Toronto won two division titles in 1985 and 1989, only to fall short in the playoffs on both […] READ MORE


Blue Jays Cy Young Award Seasons: Ranking the Best Winners

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There are four Toronto Blue Jays Cy Young Award winners. Through 2021, 122 have been given out, and 21 pitchers have won it multiple times. But, for the Blue Jays, four players won it, with only one of them winning it twice. Since it’s rare for a pitcher to win the MVP, the Cy Young […] READ MORE


Is Jon Lester a Hall of Famer?

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Former Red Sox hurler Jon Lester made headlines when he announced his retirement after a 16-year career. Throughout his career, Lester won three World Series titles (two with the Boston Red Sox), amassed 200 wins, and made five All-Star teams. 2021 wasn’t the best swan song, as a 5.29 ERA isn’t the ideal way to […] READ MORE


A Look at How Toronto Prospects Fared in Their Debuts

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Toronto prospects must wait and develop their game for their chance to debut at the major league level. On Thursday evening, pitcher Alek Manoah became the next prospect to make his major league debut for the Toronto Blue Jays. Manoah has skipped three minor league levels with three starts in Triple-A Buffalo. It’s a moment […] READ MORE


Nick Bitsko 2020 MLB Draft Profile

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The right-handed hurler Nick Bitsko out of Eastern Pennsylvania has an interesting circumstance. He has declared for the draft a year early after speeding up his graduation date by a full year. One of the most coveted arms of the 2021 draft has now become the same for the class of 2020. The Virginia commit […] READ MORE



Philadelphia Phillies to Retire Roy Halladay’s Number

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Philadelphia Phillies to Retire Roy Halladay’s Number Announced in the morning hours of Tuesday, Feb. 4, the Philadelphia Phillies made a big announcement. On May 29th of the 2020 season, the Phillies will retire the number of pitching great Roy Halladay. The significance of the day comes from the fact that it will be the […] READ MORE



The Legacy of Roy “Doc” Halladay

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The Doc is IN — Cooperstown that is.  Roy “Doc” Halladay finally accompanies the other greats of the game in the Hall of Fame. He joins former Toronto Blue Jays in Cooperstown such as Paul Molitor, Roberto Alomar, Dave Winfield, Phil Niekro, Rickey Henderson, and Jack Morris. After a 16 year career, Halladay possesses a […] READ MORE