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Pablo Lopez should be on the Blue Jays’ radar this winter

With key free agents like Robbie Ray, Marcus Semien and Steven Matz expected to become available this off-season, it’s no secret the Toronto Blue Jays will be looking to spend in free agency. But there’s also a very good chance they could be major players on the trade market over the next few months, too….

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Lourdes Gurriel Jr. is peaking at the perfect time of the season

Since making his Major League debut in 2018, generating consistent offensive results has been one of the biggest areas of concern for outfielder Lourdes Gurriel Jr., however, that certainly hasn’t been the case for him recently. While the 27-year-old displayed flashes of his potential throughout the first half of this season, maintaining his offensive production…

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Series Preview: Closing Time

I hope you know who you want to take you home because it’s closing time on the 2019 season for the Blue Jays. The lights are turning on over every person who’s followed the team this summer. The Blue Jays’ season was taken over by the Raptors winning the NBA championship this summer, and by…

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Series Preview: I’m not crying, you’re crying

This is officially one of the saddest moments of the season, the Blue Jays are set to begin their final homestand of 2019. After losing two of their three games against the Yankees, the Blue Jays are probably very happy to come home to “The Six” to further beat up on the “Trash Birds”. During…

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Series Preview: Party time in the Bronx

It’s very unlikely that there will be any unopened bottles of champagne by the time the Blue Jays will land in New York. Following the Yankees victory against the Angels a night ago, the Bronx Bombers celebrated their first division championship since 2012. For the Yankees’ sake, they better enjoy popping all those bottles, because…

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Series Preview: One final road trip

Sadly, this marks the final time this season that the Blue Jays will be heading on a road trip away from the Rogers Centre. Although, the Blue Jays probably wish they had a few more games to play at home before having to hit the road. During the Blue Jays’ latest homestand, they won both…

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Series Preview: Taking the good with the bad

Sometimes in life, you’re forced to take the good with the bad. The Blue Jays’ outfield was extremely bad in the finale against the Red Sox. On the bright side, the misplays in the outfield were committed by players who aren’t going to be key parts of this team going forward. Coming into this series…