Are Toronto Blue Jays Forced To Trade Jose Bautista To Make Something Happen In Offseason?
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Though the rest of the baseball world may not have been paying too much attention, to say that these last couple of days have been a whirlwind of emotions for Toronto Blue Jays fans would be an understatement. After all, […]

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TORONTO BLUE JAYS

Dustin McGowan

Whether you want to call them a bunch of overrated talent or a group of athletes who just continue to underachieve, the Toronto Blue Jays‘ pitching staff can be characterized by one word and one word only — pathetic. On […]

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Blue Jays Colby Rasmus

The “buy low, sell high” concept is what every team would abide by when shopping one of its players. In the case of Colby Rasmus, I’m afraid the Toronto Blue Jays have missed the boat on that opportunity. Still, that doesn’t […]

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Munenori Kawasaki Blue Jays

The return of Jose Reyes was a welcome sight for the Toronto Blue Jays and their faithful, as the offense will never reach its potential with the shortstop on the shelf. Fingers can only be crossed that the injury bug doesn’t crash […]

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With Maicer Izturis likely on the shelf for the next 4-6 months with a torn lateral collateral ligament, the Toronto Blue Jays may be forced to try their best at making a deal that would strengthen an offensively challenged middle […]

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Jose Reyes John Gibbons

The Toronto Blue Jays will face some tough decisions once shortstop Jose Reyes and closer Casey Janssen return. With the offense exploding on Sunday afternoon (the Kevin Seitzer philosophy seems to be working) and the pitching staff holding down the fort, […]

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R.A. Dickey Blue Jays

On Thursday, the Toronto Blue Jays had a respectable 5-4 record heading into the final game of a three-game set with the Houston Astros, with the hopes of breaking out the brooms for a series sweep. However, the mysterious decision to […]

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Brett Lawrie

The final score of 5-2 between the Toronto Blue Jays and the Houston Astros tonight inside the Rogers Centre is a testament to just how well the Jays’ defense is currently playing. Whether it’s Dioner Navarro squeezing in a foul […]

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