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Yankees 4, Blue Jays 2: Some hits would be good

The Jays managed to completely shut down Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton on Friday night, but it wasn’t good enough. The team could only muster two runs on five hits and they allowed the random scraps of the Yankee lineup to pile on four runs.

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Donaldson Will DH and it Isn’t the Worst Thing

Don’t worry guys, there’s nothing wrong with Josh Donaldson’s arm according to John Gibbons. It went from “hanging a little” in the spring to dead. Just…dead. One game in, and it looks like Kendrys Morales is the casualty to JD’s (temporary?) dead arm issue, and it’s actually a pretty good move. The lineups tonight in…

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Yankees 6, Blue Jays 1: It was The Stanton Show on Opening Day

The Blue Jays put on an incredibly touching, beautiful ceremony for Roy Halladay prior to their Opening Day game against the Yankees. It was fitting, then, that a starting pitcher was incredible, mowing down their opposition with electric stuff and pin-point command. Unfortunately, it was a Yankees pitcher that imitated Doc on the mound.

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On The Blue Jays/StubHub Expose

Put down the pitchforks, Blue Jays fans. The article this morning that appeared on CBC Sports and the Toronto Star “exposing” the Jays partnership with ticket re-seller StubHub is not the result of some earth-shattering scheme that the evil American corporate overlords have uniquely concocted and then covered up.

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A Guide On How Not To Be That Person At A Blue Jays Game

So, we have finally arrived at the greatest goddamn day of the year. And who could argue that it’s not – like, seriously. Opening Day is better than birthdays, your kid’s birthday, your grandparent’s 60th wedding anniversary, Super Bowl Sunday, your best friend’s wedding, your own wedding, graduation, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, WrestleMania, the birth…

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Troy Tulowitzki has been placed on the 60-day Disabled List

To the surprise of no one, veteran shortstop Troy Tulowitzki, who didn’t appear in a spring training game due to bone spurs in his heel, has been placed on the 60-day disabled list to start the season. It was confirmed this morning by Ross Atkins on FAN590.

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Rival Preview: The Tampa Bay Rays are Tampa Bay Devil Rays level bad

After talking about infuriatingly good the Yankees are and how shockingly-under-the-radar good the Red Sox are, it’ll be nice to spew some words on how terrible the Tampa Bay Rays are going to be. They’re, like, Devil Rays era level bad. Given how difficult the American League BEAST is going to be, the Blue Jays…

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WWYDW: Investing in the Large Adult Sons

Last night was a glimpse into the future. Vlady Jr. stepped up to the plate with nobody on and two out in a tie game in the bottom of the ninth inning. The crowd was roaring, the pressure was as high as it could possibly be for a meaningless exhibition game, but Vlad Jr. was…

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Vlady Jr. hits a walk-off bomb in Montreal

Good lord, this fucking kid. With the game tied 0-0 in the bottom of the ninth inning and a scoreless tie on the horizon, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. stepped up to the plate with with nobody on and two outs. And then what happened?