Toronto Blue Jays Show Some Signs Of Hope In A Tough Loss

Jose Reyes leads the offense

The Toronto Blue Jays have mercifully ended their streak of bad baseball. The bullpen was terrible and lost the game for the Blue Jays; however, tonight’s 10-9 loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers was a nice display of the type of baseball […]

Colby Rasmus Has An Important Role On Toronto Blue Jays

Colby Rasmus

The best player on the Toronto Blue Jays plays well enough to not make a difference. Colby Rasmus is a 3.6 fWAR player, currently no. 1 on an underperforming Blue Jays team. As good as that sounds, most of that number […]

Toronto Blue Jays: Looking For Positives In Josh Johnson’s Poor Outing

Edwin Encarnacion

I went into tonight’s Toronto Blue Jays-Los Angeles Dodgers game looking for the positive aspects for the Blue Jays and found a heaping pile of bad baseball. The bad play got started with a poor pitching performance and a hit batsman from […]

Tampa Bay Rays Series May Have Ended Toronto Blue Jays’ Season

Jose Reyes Plays Defense

As much as it pains me to write the words, the Toronto Blue Jays‘season is over. The Blue Jays needed to start the second half of the season strong, but they have done the complete opposite.  It is unfortunate to […]

Toronto Blue Jays: Jose Bautista Needs To Be The Engine That Runs The Offense

Jose Bautista

Jose Bautista needs to remain the engine of the Toronto Blue Jays line up. While the team’s line up has been swinging baseball bat-shaped icicles for most of the season, Bautista has quietly had a 3.0 fWAR season and his slash […]

Toronto Blue Jays: Munenori Kawasaki Provides Motto For Rest Of Season

Munenori Kawasaki

When Munenori Kawasaki said, “just release their stress, just drink beer and watch the games. If I was a baseball fan, I would just drink beers and shout during the game.” He delivered the motto of the second half of the Toronto Blue […]