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Series Preview: Coors

Like most people, the Blue Jays couldn’t wait to leave Florida after getting swept by the Rays. This team has now lost seven of their last eight games, and now owns the 4th-worst record in the AL. They have also been held to just two runs or fewer in 14 of their 27 games this…

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Blue Jays among the unluckiest hitters in MLB this year

Are the Blue Jays a little bit bad or a little bit unlucky this year? It might actually be both. The Blue Jays have one of the most anaemic starting lineups in baseball. As a unit, their .285 wOBA ranks 27th of 30th in baseball and their 75 wRC+ also ranks 27th among all 30…

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MLB Draft season is upon us

I go to one Jays game a month with a friend of mine who is from South Korea. His name is Jung-Ho, and he thinks the KBO is boring and he loves the MLB. He told me that the talent in the KBO is as good as Double-A baseball here. He’s a huge Giants fan,…

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Daily Duce: Tim Tebow getting struck out by a position player edition

Daily?!?!?!!? I was meaning to start doing these things regularly this season but, for whatever reason, that hasn’t happened. Anyways, I wanted to post about Tim Tebow getting struck out by a journeyman first baseman in last night’s Triple-A Bisons game, so here we are. Let’s hope I can make this a regular part of…

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Hot Takes From the Farm: Week Seven

That whole large adult son thing is getting real in Toronto. Now that Cavan Biggio has joined Vladdy and Lourdes Gurriel Jr is back, all eyes are on Bo Bichette’s healing hand . . . and the calendar. Not only that, the trio busted out for a huge game on Sunday which can only give…

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Series Preview: The House of Horrors

It’s been exactly a month since the Blue Jays won a series. A sweep against the Athletics last month is last time that the Blue Jays came away with a series-win. Unfortunately, we’ll likely have to wait even longer before witnessing another series-win by the Blue Jays. Last time the team north of the border…

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Blue Jays escape with one after merciless beatings from San Diego

Facing off against Canadians Cal Quantrill and Josh Naylor, the Blue Jays, floundering after a disappointing stretch against the Boston Red Sox, hoped to turn their luck around against the San Diego Padres (28-25) this weekend at Rogers Centre. While the outcome of the series wasn’t necessarily what Charlie Montoyo and the Blue Jays wanted,…