Top 20 CFL Pass Defenders After Labour Day

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While it provides a good indication, this chart isn’t the definitive answer to who are the best defensive backs. I have to make an educated guess at each play call, which becomes harder when it’s a zone look. The below chart also doesn’t factor in pass breakups, inaccurate throws that count as a target, or […] READ MORE


Andrew Luck Has a Partially Seperated Shoulder

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The Indianapolis Colts have been quiet about Andrew Luck's shoulder injury. Luck missed the Colts week four game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, a 16-13 overtime victory. READ MORE


Alex Rios, Michael Morse, Brandon Morrow, Brian Wilson and More MLB News

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Reports indicate that two more free agent outfielders are off the MLB free agent market.  Alex Rios and the Kansas City Royals have reportedly agreed on a one-year-deal which is said to be worth $11 million.  Meanwhile the Miami Marlins have signed 2014 World Series winner Michael Morse to a two-year deal.  Both deals are […] READ MORE


Padres Sign Johnson to 1-Year Deal; Indians Sign Murphy to 2-year Deal

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A pair of veteran free agents who struggled in 2013 have found new homes and short term deals. The San Diego Padres are taking a chance on free agent pitcher Josh Johnson.  Johnson who was part of the blockbuster Toronto Blue Jays – Florida Marlins trade one year ago, did not receive a qualifying offer […] READ MORE


Alex Anthopolous Starts Making Off-Season Moves, But Will He Get it Right?

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Many Toronto Blue Jays fans have already heard that they will not make a qualifying offer to starting pitcher Josh Johnson. The qualifying offer would have cost the Jays $14.1 million had he accepted it, but considering his 2-8 season with a 6.20 ERA, it’s just not worth it. However, not being qualified doesn’t mean […] READ MORE


Blue Jays Long Season Comes to a Close

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Another Major League Baseball season has come and gone and for the Toronto Blue Jays fans.  It ended painfully with a losing season and of course not making the post season for the twentieth time in a row.  The last time they made it, they won it all in 1993.  That was then – a […] READ MORE


Blue Jays send Emilio Bonifacio to the Kansas City Royals

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The Toronto Blue Jays have moved away beleaguered utility man Emilio Bonifacio to the Kansas City Royals.  In return the Blue Jays will receive a player to be named later or cash. Bonifacio was acquired as part of the blockbuster off-season trade between the Blue Jays and Miami Marlins that also brought Jose Reyes, Mark […] READ MORE


Blue Jays Return from West After a Mediocre Week

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The past week for the Blue Jays has been quite forgettable – surprise, surprise.  This time ’round, they won three games and lost four, but every loss seemed more painful than the others, and even in some of the wins you would think they had still lost.  It just looks like a demoralized team. The […] READ MORE


BJ Wrap: Blame it on the Pen!

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The past week for the Blue Jays wasn’t their best, but this season in a nutshell hasn’t been the best, or even good. With high expectations of the playoffs and a World Series birth almost completely gone, the Jays and many of their fans are just hoping for the team to finish over .500, which […] READ MORE


Jays Swept by the Rays to Start Second Half

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Well, that wasn’t a great start to the second of the half of the season, was it? The Toronto Blue Jays started the second half of the season at home, on a very exciting weekend at that, but still managed to get swept by the Tampa Bay Rays. The Rays won 8-5 on Friday, 4-3 […] READ MORE