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Game Threat: Jays (19-20) vs. Rays (16-19)

Photo Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports Hey… it’s… uh… the Rays. I dunno. I’m mostly just here for some scuttlebutt. Let’s maybe win a game, though, eh?? Scuttlebutt “Given the circumstances, I felt like he was owed one. And I was going out there to get him,” says Kevin Pillar of his actions after Rougned…

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Weekend Wrap: The Dallas Donnybrook Edition

Image via @NDrules43 Believe it or not, some baseball was actually played at Globe Life Park in Arlington, Texas, this weekend, in between and on either side of a couple of right fuckin’ brannigans. And it was mostly not great for the Jays. But who cares, amiright??? Because PUNCH FIGHTS!

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Lott: Baseball deserves better than its current culture of retaliation

The response to Sunday’s brawl between the Blue Jays and Rangers was predictably partisan. Not that rational fans on both sides of the divide showed blind support for their team’s bellicose behaviour, but generally speaking, the bad blood was reduced to a simple, and simple-minded, equation. Jays fans rebuked Matt Bush for hitting Jose Bautista…

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[Explicit] Hits The Fan in Texas!

It’s all-out war between Odor and Bautista. pic.twitter.com/5gyqcX8efz — Ian Hunter (@BlueJayHunter) May 15, 2016 Now THAT was the meltdown we were all expecting to see between the Toronto Blue Jays and Texas Rangers as the bad blood from the American League Division Series clearly boiled over into this season. After six pretty chill, low-key games…

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Game Threat: Jays (18-18) @ Rangers (20-15)

Image via @BKennedyStar / Star-Telegram.com I defend RA Dickey quite a bit around here and on the Twitter, and for damn good reason. When Alex Anthopoulos traded for him in that crazy winter before the 2013 season, I was among the many folks who believed that he didn’t have to repeat the Cy Young magnificence…

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Devon Travis set to finally begin a rehab assignment

Photo Credit: Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports Ryan’s Goin to lose his job. You see what I did there? But it’s true. The struggling Blue Jays’ second baseman, who has already been losing playing time to Darwin Barney, and is slashing a positively Russell Martin-esque .160/.208/.230, is getting closer to being usurped by Devon Travis. In…

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