The Blue Jays Are Who We Thought They Were

The Blue Jays Are Who We Thought They Were

The Toronto Blue Jays have started to resemble the contending team pundits predicted at the onset of the 2021 season. They have gotten more consistent starting pitching, have shown off a powerful lineup, and boast one of MLB’s best bullpens.  The fact that they’ve done this while dealing with a plethora of injuries and a […]

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 Bo Bichette And His Wild, Rollercoaster Week

Bo Bichette And His Wild, Rollercoaster Week

Bo Bichette has been the most polarizing member of the Toronto Blue Jays this season. From his tape-measure home runs to his “Bo Flow”, he’s a player who demands your attention. Unfortunately, he’s been garnering plenty of eyes on him due to his porous defense at shortstop. Bo Bichette hit this ball to Maine. pic.twitter.com/YdGQvkjaCW […]

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 My Baseball Media Week

My Baseball Media Week

Bit of a different column this time. I’m still going to share my thoughts on the Blue Jays week, but I will also be writing about some baseball media. I made an appearance on the MLB Daily podcast and came across a couple of interesting reads. This is my MLB Media Week. MLB Daily I […]

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 Blue Jays: A Black And Blue Week

Blue Jays: A Black And Blue Week

The Blue Jays looked to build momentum following a series win over the Yankees to start the season. Unfortunately, injuries have continued to run rampant throughout the roster. Prized free-agent signing George Springer appeared to be nearing a return to the lineup. He suffered a quad strain while running the bases mid-week and will be […]

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 Blue Jays Starting To Answer ‘The Big Question’

Blue Jays Starting To Answer ‘The Big Question’

The Toronto Blue Jays enter the 2021 season with considerable expectations. They signed two All-Star level players to add to a core of young talent unmatched in the league. The team also added several arms to their pitching staff. Despite the additions, pitching remained the biggest question mark entering the year. In the first series […]

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 Blue Jays’ Injuries Won’t Spoil Hopeful Spring

Blue Jays’ Injuries Won’t Spoil Hopeful Spring

The positivity from the Blue Jays’ productive offseason has spilled into their Grapefruit League play. The rotation looks better than advertised and the lineup is dangerous. Their top prospects seem ready to make an impact soon. However, all that enthusiasm and momentum came to a screeching halt this week with a surge of injuries. Kirby […]

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 Blue Jays’ 2021 Season Coming Into Focus

Blue Jays’ 2021 Season Coming Into Focus

This is the time of Spring Training where I just want the regular season to begin already! Focusing on the Blue Jays, in particular, fans have seen what they need to see. Several members of the expected lineup are mashing, pitchers have been putting up zeroes, and prospects are showing out. There are about two […]

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 Blue Jays Pitching: Not Perfect (But Not Bad)

Blue Jays Pitching: Not Perfect (But Not Bad)

The Blue Jays’ young, developing pitching is an underrated aspect of their potential success this season and beyond. Judging from the past few days, the future of the pitching staff looks bright. With the plethora of young position players on the roster, it can be easy to forget about pitching depth. Simeon Woods-Richardson, acquired along […]

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 Birds in Flight: Early Impressions From Jays Camp

Birds in Flight: Early Impressions From Jays Camp

After four months of writing about free agency and other news, I was delighted to watch an actual baseball game. That chance presented itself when the Blue Jays took on the Yankees in the first Spring Training game for both teams. There was some bad news regarding the upcoming seasons’ broadcasts announced shortly before the […]

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 My Spring Training Notebook

My Spring Training Notebook

Here are some of the stories that I’ve been tracking in my Spring Training Notebook. Camps have gotten underway across Major League Baseball. There’s no doubting that George Springer was the Blue Jays biggest offseason acquisition. The one I’m most fascinated with, however, is Marcus Semien. He’s had a really good career with one spectacular […]

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 Blue Jays Camp: What to Look For

Blue Jays Camp: What to Look For

The Toronto Blue Jays are coming off a successful and exciting offseason. Here are some of the things I’ll be looking for in the next month at Training Camp. New Faces Pt. 1 – Bats The Jays were one of the busiest teams in the majors this Winter. They brought in George Springer and Marcus […]

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