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Blue Jays strengthen their bench with the speedy Jonathan Villar

The Blue Jays bench has been a weak point for them this season. They lacked a true power threat, they lacked a good base runner and with Bo Bichette hurt they didn’t have a great backup shortstop. Joe Panik is exposed defensively at SS, and Santiago Espinal is still young and developing. They addressed the…

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Ross Stripling, A Fitting Blue Jay

It’s been mentioned time and time again that the Blue Jays have a “type” when targeting and acquiring starting pitching. They have been targeting pitchers with lower velocity who have a large pitch mix. Their acquisition of Robbie Ray didn’t quite fit that, but their second pitching add of trade deadline day sure does. Ross…

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Blue Jays vs Marlins 09/01/20 – Odds and MLB Betting Trends

by OddsShark (@OddsShark) – Sponsored Post Minus money on a bullpen day could make the Toronto Blue Jays a reduced-value but high-risk proposition as they enter a matchup with some solid UNDER trends on Tuesday. The Blue Jays opened as small -110 away favourites against the +100 Miami Marlins with an 8.5-run total on the…

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Can the Blue Jays fix Robbie Ray?

For a team that has struggled on defence like the Blue Jays have, getting a strikeout pitcher like Robbie Ray should be a great add. Ray has struck out 12.48 batters per nine this season, his fourth consecutive season over 12 K/9. Though any pressure Ray takes off the defence with strikeouts he gives right…