I wake up at dawn every morning and I stare out the window of my condo. I gaze out at the glass walls and old brick that block the beautiful sunrise. A modern city with fingerprints of its old past pressing on the new streets. The light tries to slip through the cracks. I stand…
According to Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports, the San Fransisco Giants are interested in trading for Kevin Pillar.
Amidst the chaos that is Blue Jays pitchers dropping like flies to various injuries, it was announced earlier Saturday that Ryan Borucki will also miss some time due to an elbow injury.
Move over Devon Travis, there’s a new sheriff in town. With news of his most recent injury, Dalton Pompey has taken over the throne as the least-fortunate Blue Jay. Pompey has been diagnosed with a concussion and is now in Major League Baseball’s concussion protocol.
As we come to the end of this speculative journey, I look back and find that circumstances won’t leave my preceding predictions alone. So permit me a moment to remark upon what has transpired and the ramifications thereof. First off, we now know that John Axford and Ryan Tepera will not be on the opening…
I have an honest question: Can the Jays trade Elvis Luciano for Travis Bergen and fix their Rule-5 fuck up for 2019? (If you don’t remember who Travis Bergen is, here’s the link to a piece I did on him last September.)
Welcome to the first of many ‘Hot Takes’, which is a series that I will try to do every now and then during the season – or whenever there’s a ‘hot take’ worth taking a ‘take’ on.
Eloy Jimenez hasn’t played a game at the Major League level yet. He’s coming into 2019 as baseball No. 3 ranked prospect, behind only our Large Adult Son Vlad Jr. and San Diego’s top prospect Fernado Tatis Jr. That’s good enough for the White Sox.
The picture of what the early 2019 Blue Jays’ bullpen has suddenly become much more clouded. Two of the better arms, Ryan Tepera and John Axford, have been announced to have elbow pain and will be checked out for potential injuries.
Shall we have another go at economy of words? Same format as before, hitters first where there’s less competition and fewer conflicts that on the pitching side. Catchers: As with Pentecost at AA, the holdover here improved late in the year but it’s reasonable to think the organization would want to see a bit of…
Our pal Ryan busted out his rose coloured goggles last week and talked about how great things could be this season if everything goes right.
As we all patiently await the beginning of another baseball season, the Blue Jays 25-man roster has now begun to take shape.