As human beings, we tend to be very reactionary, myself included. I am also a very cynical individual who always thinks the worst happens. It’s hard not to sit here and say the season is over as Brett Gardner hits a solo home run to make it a 6-2 game. Despite my cynicism, despite the…
Never in doubt, right?
On June 19th, the Blue Jays traded 24-year-old Troy Miller for relief pitcher Jacob Barnes. On July 26th, he was DFA’ed. Let’s be real, we all thought he’d never pitch another inning for the Blue Jays. Below is the article I wrote about this trade…
While I absolutely love the Toronto Blue Jays, I’ve always been interested in the sustainability of a sports team. One championship isn’t enough, give me six in a span of ten years. In baseball, sustainability comes from an organization’s ability to scout. The Blue Jays have been able to do just that.
Between missing large chunks of the 2021 season due to a quad injury and battling through his current knee sprain, outfielder George Springer’s inaugural campaign with the Toronto Blue Jays has been far from ordinary, but with one week remaining, there could be an opportunity to finish on a high note.
After nearly two months on the Injured List, Cavan Biggio is finally back with the Blue Jays.
This weekend didn’t go as planned.
The Blue Jays split with the Twins, New York swept Boston, and now there’s zero room for error in the upcoming Yankees series
The Blue Jays were gifted a chance to finish the season very strong thanks to a weak schedule in their final 10 games.
I’ve been highly critical of Danny Jansen in the past. First and foremost, Danny, if you are reading this I am sorry. Secondly, keep mashing dingers.
The Rogers Centre is about to get a little rowdier.
Hyun Jin Ryu has been struggling here down the stretch.
Chaos, bad times, and excitement to leave — that pretty much sums up your normal week at The Trop.