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AL East Report – May 31

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.

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Get To Know The Sellers: Colorado Rockies

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.

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AL East Report – May 25

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…

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To blame Charlie or not to blame Charlie

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…

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On Cavan Biggio’s role

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.