MLB Lockout Shows How Disingenuous Owners Are

MLB Lockout Shows How Disingenuous Owners Are

As of 5pm Tuesday, March 1, 2022, Major League Baseball has reached the deadline for owners and the Players Association to reach an agreement before games are canceled. The MLB lockout imposed by the owners on December 1, 2021, remains in effect three months later. The Players Association rejected MLB’s final offer after the owners […]

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 MLB Awards Preview: Blue Jays Contenders

MLB Awards Preview: Blue Jays Contenders

The Toronto Blue Jays have several legitimate contenders for all the major individual awards this season. With just under 50 games left, there’s still much to be decided. However, it’s not too early to start thinking about who could be coming away with some hardware come November. MVP Vladimir Guerrero Jr. Vladdy’s case for Most […]

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 Home Sweet Dome: The Blue Jays Are Back

Home Sweet Dome: The Blue Jays Are Back

When the Toronto Blue Jays returned home for the first time since September 2019, there was excitement around the team. They feature a powerful lineup starring reigning All-Star Game MVP Vladimir Guerrero Jr. Their double-play combination of Marcus Semien and Bo Bichette is, perhaps, the best in baseball. The starting pitching, led by a Robbie […]

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 Blue Jays Should Sit This Trade Deadline Out

Blue Jays Should Sit This Trade Deadline Out

While covering the MLB trade market over the last few weeks, I believed that the Toronto Blue Jays would be aggressive. That belief has wavered over the last few days.  Heading into a critical stretch of games against the Mets and Red Sox, the Jays haven’t gotten the job done. They’re not a player or […]

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 Blue Jays’ Super Stats For A Surging Squad

Blue Jays’ Super Stats For A Surging Squad

Rather than write a simple recap post, I’ve decided to do something different this week. I’ve compiled a bunch of stats that will help tell the story of the Blue Jays’ recent play. Stripling’s Turnaround For much of the first two months of the season, the Jays were only getting steady production from three-fifths of […]

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 Wild Comeback Vs. O’s Saved Jays’ Season

Wild Comeback Vs. O’s Saved Jays’ Season

Desperate for a win, the Blue Jays were keen on getting off to a good start on Saturday versus Baltimore. They did just that with solo homers by Marcus Semien and Vladimir Guerrero Jr.  Marcus Semien – Toronto Blue Jays (17) Solo. pic.twitter.com/gQvocwnqE6 — MLB HR Tracker (@hr_mlb) June 19, 2021 Alek Manoah looked sharp […]

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 Better Bullpen Key To Jays Success

Better Bullpen Key To Jays Success

The Toronto Blue Jays have gotten a lot better starting pitching lately. Unfortunately, that hasn’t led to much consistency. It was a tough week of games. Road games against the White Sox and Red Sox. They deserved a better fate. Robbie Ray gave them a great outing on Tuesday night. He had a shutout going […]

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 My 2021 MLB All-Star Game Ballot

My 2021 MLB All-Star Game Ballot

Voting for the 2021 MLB All-Star Game officially began on Thursday, June 3rd at 11:59 am. Representative of the cathartic nature of this season that has started to resemble normalcy, I’ve gotten into the voting season. Like way into it. I’ll be voting the maximum allowable of five times per 24-hour period, and I’ll also […]

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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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 MLB What-If Derby: The Biggest Joke I’ve Ever Seen

MLB What-If Derby: The Biggest Joke I’ve Ever Seen

Major League Baseball has struggled to adapt to the times. Ranging from not marketing its stars well, to labor disputes all the way to blocking gifs of highlights on Twitter, baseball has been stuck in the 20th century. Consequently, Major League Baseball has struggled to capture younger demographics, with ratings in the 18-49 demographic being […]

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 Rookies Race At An All-Time Pace

Rookies Race At An All-Time Pace

Coming into the 2019 season, there was a lot of hype surrounding some of the up-and-coming top prospects. The baseball world knows about the legend of Vladimir Guerrero Jr. after his jaw-dropping performance in the Home Run Derby, but it was his fellow rookie, Pete Alonso, who outlasted him and took home the hardware. As […]

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