Blue Jays 4, Red Sox 3: The Grandy Man Can!

After their rough in the Bronx that saw them drop three of four, the Blue Jays came home to face the league’s hottest team in the Red Sox. This definitely isn’t a must win series, but it’d be nice to take two of the three so the shitheads don’t come back out of the woodwork….


The Rotation Review, Vol. 4: Any worries yet?

In the first edition of The Rotation Review, I wrote about how the Jays would need good starting pitching if they wanted to contend because the offense isn’t going to carry this team. And here we are, through 21 games, sitting at 13-8. Except the rotation has been, as a whole, rather mediocre, and the…


Series Recap: Jays drop a series for the first time in 2018

It was bound to happen eventually. The Jays rolled into New York high off of a dominant series sweep against the Royals, but their bats got shut down by some solid Yankee pitching. While the Yankees haven’t really shown it much this year, they’re a good team, and losing three of four in New York…


It’s never too early to enjoy a little schadenfreude

“It caught me off-guard, the explanation that I received didn’t make any sense to me, still doesn’t, telling me that you need a more versatile team. I’m thinking, what’s more versatile than a guy who can play every position on the field? But it comes down to money and things like that, and they wanted…


Yankees 9, Blue Jays 1: Yawn

ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ Things worth mentioning Marcus Stroman actually pitched well to start the game. In typical Stroman fashion, he got a ton of outs on the ground through his first five innings pitched. Up until then, his only mistake was getting ahead of Brett Gardner 0-2, then throwing seven straight balls, which ended with Aaron Judge…


Blue Jays 8, Yankees 5: Good Lourdes

Are the Blue Jays fun? The Blue Jays are fun. Jays win 8-5 and move to 13-6! Things worth mentioning Earlier today, the Blue Jays optioned Tim Mayza and Gift Ngoepe to Buffalo, activated Kendrys Morales from the DL and called up large adult son Lourdes Gurriel Jr to the big club. Gurriel’s first MLB…


I’m having a difficult time figuring out where Kendrys Morales fits

Kendrys Morales was activated from the 10-day disabled list earlier today. When he was on the DL, things were simple. The Jays had an open designated hitter spot for either a Steve Pearce and Curtis Granderson platoon or off-days for their group of injury-prone players. Now that he’s back, though, things become more complicated.