Spring Threat: Marco Estrada makes his Grapefruit debut against the Pirates

Embed from Getty Images The last time we watched Marco Estrada pitch was Wednesday, October 21, 2015. With the Jays on the brink of elimination down 3-1 in the American League Championship Series to the Royals, Estrada tossed a gem of a game, going seven-and-two-thirds allowing just one run on three hits and one walk. Given…

Weekend Reading: Stuff to do because the Jays Game was Cancelled

Embed from Getty Images Man, I hate it when this happens. You sit around at work all week, grinding through stuff, and you see the light at the end of the tunnel. And that light, which was watching Gavin Floyd throw four or five innings against the Philadelphia Phillies, was eaten alive in a mid-spring Florida…

Spring Threat: Blue Jays and Phillies cancelled due to rain

Embed from Getty Images Yesterday, Aaron Sanchez did his best to prove that he deserves to break camp as a member of the Blue Jays’ starting rotation, and today, Gavin Floyd will try to do the same against the Phillies. And the game is on TV!  EDIT: Actually…. Unfortunately, there won’t be any Jays baseball…

Spring Threat: Sanchez gets the ball as the Jays host the Rays

Embed from Getty Images Well, that wasn’t very fun. Just as I started going on about difficult it is to temper expectations on this club as they dominate Grapefruit ball, they slam their faces into the wall and lose 8-5 to the Philadelphia Phillies.  Oh well, these are exhibition games, after all. Does very-unlikely-to-make-the-opening-night-roster Brad…

Spring Threat: Blue Jays head to Clearwater to take on the Phillies

Embed from Getty Images It’s really, really hard not to get excited about this team. As we all know, these exhibition games don’t mean a hell of a lot — even that’s being generous — but still, big bats picking up where they left off, pitching depth galore, and nice performances from prospects have all…