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Off Day Thoughts: Some Major Appreciation for Matt Chapman

Once the 2021 season concluded for the Blue Jays, the top of their acquisition wish list consisted of bullpen help and starting rotation arms to replace the departures of Robbie Ray and Steven Matz. After that, it was an infield bat, preferably a serviceable third baseman. Marcus Semien had just opted for free agency as…

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Alek Manoah went into Ace Mode on Wednesday

After the Orioles beat the Blue Jays last night, the Sportsnet cameras panned to Alek Manoah sitting in the Blue Jays dugout right after the game. He was staring at the Orioles, watching them celebrate a win. One could only imagine that Manoah was plotting how much he wanted to dominate the Orioles for his…

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Bo Bichette is heating up at the right time

After his outing yesterday, Ross Stripling told the media, “Good teams take care of business…we understand that we are the better team.” Not only did the Blue Jays take care of business, but they were clearly the superior team during today’s doubleheader sweep of the Baltimore Orioles. Today was the first time that Blue Jays…

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Cubs withstand Blue Jays rally, take series finale 7-5

Although the Jays took the first two games of this series against the Cubs, it was clear that Chicago wasn’t going to be an easy out. Both games required Toronto to come back from early deficits, and tonight, the early deficit was a little too much to handle. Chicago jumped out to an early 5-0 lead…

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Cubs come up short in Marcus Stroman’s return to Toronto

Dan Shulman probably said it best tonight. After this past weekend’s performance against the Angels, Teoscar Hernandez was the guy who really “needed a play”. That play came at a big point in tonight’s game, as Hernandez hit a 3-run home run in the 6th inning to put Toronto ahead for good, en route to…

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Trout, Ohtani homer as Angels sweep Blue Jays

It’s almost as if this past week has summed up how this season has gone for the 2022 Toronto Blue Jays. Go 6-1 against the Yankees and the Red Sox on the road, and follow that up by getting swept by the Los Angeles Angels at home, including today’s 8-3 loss.

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That was not Next Level

After going 6-1 on a critical road trip against the Yankees and the Red Sox, the Blue Jays were welcomed home to a 12-0 defeat at the hands of the Los Angeles Angels. It was quite the outburst for the Halos, as they had only pushed across seven runs during their previous 12 games.