All things considered, the Toronto Blue Jays had a good week going 4-2 (should’ve been 5-1). Aside from the poor managerial decision in the second game of the doubleheader, the Blue Jays had a great week which saw fan favourite Alek Manoah debut.
On November 17th, 2018, the Blue Jays sent an average hitter in Aledmys Diaz to the Houston Astros for Trent Thornton.
For anyone looking to hire me, ignore these next two words. Holy Shit.
The Toronto Blue Jays need another third baseman as well as a starting pitcher. In a series of posts focused on bad teams that will more than likely be sellers ahead of the trade deadline, I will be discussing trade scenarios that I think work for both teams.
This sucks. This week sucks even more. Last Tuesday was my first AL East report where I said this team had a huge chance to take over first place and for the first time this season they had a bad week. All but one of the games this week was unwinnable, but with a bunch…
There’s a bar in Eminem’s song, Guilty Conscience that reads: “Alright, calm down, relax, start breathing”. This is what I am asking every Blue Jays fan currently calling for Charlie Montoyo’s job. Now, the rest of the song doesn’t really fit how Blue Jays fans are reacting as I don’t believe there are many psychopathic…
After a recent spat with a Toronto Blue Jays pundit about Cavan Biggio, I wanted to write a post. No, this is not about his struggles hitting the fastball, or his poor start to the season (trust me, I wanted to) this is an article about the positives that Cavan Biggio brings.
Death, taxes, and good teams being buyers.
The fact that the Blue Jays have a 22-17 record in mid-May is absolutely incredible.