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    Outfield Decisions Looming for Blue Jays

    Anthony Gose
    by sean_addis

    On Friday September 5, the Jays lost a heartbreaking decision 9-8 in 10 innings. They held the lead twice that game by three runs,  and then two runs only to see both of them evaporate and subsequently the Jays lose a crucial game in September. But that was not the worst thing that occurred that night for the Blue Jays. They lost Melky Cabrera for the remainder of the season. How valuable is Melky? Let’s  take a look at his numbers.  He was having his second best season production wise with 16 hr, 73 RBI , 81 runs scored and over .800 OPS...

  • RAVING about Pomp

    Pompey Impresses

    Dalton Pompey
    by Tosh McIntosh

    Jays’ rookie Dalton Pompey has not only greatly impressed this writer and all Blue Jay fans in Toronto, but most importantly, the person who matters the most! The last person who needed impressing, having supported and espoused young (twenty-one years old!) Mr. Pompey’s many talents since well before he dawned upon Toronto baseball fans the weekend of this year’s All-Star weekend, is me. Toronto Blue Jays fans will always be impressed by any rookie in a September where the team has bought-the-farm for the season if he contributes an iota...

  • Who Yah's Got?!

    2014 Playoff Predictions

    2014 Playoffs
    by Shaun MacDonald

    Come on bluejaysfans.ca readers, here’s something that wants your feedback! Now that the Jays are out, who ya got? Matchups AL Wild Card Game – Oakland (Jon Lester) vs Kansas City (James Shields) The two evenly matched teams will start the AL Pennant chase on October 1. The game is in KC, the first playoff game there since 1985. Lester is a postseason gamer, so he’ll have his team in close. But I don’t think Royals fans have waited 29 years just for one game. Winner: Kansas City ALDS – Baltimore vs Detroit Personally, I feel this may...

Outfield Decisions Looming for Blue Jays

Posted on: Sep 29 2014 - 10:00pm | #2
In: Articles
sean_addis
Anthony Gose

On Friday September 5, the Jays lost a heartbreaking decision 9-8 in 10 innings. They held the lead twice that game by three runs,  and then two runs only to see both of them evaporate and subsequently the Jays lose a crucial game in September. But that was not the worst thing that occurred that night for the Blue Jays. They lost Melky Cabrera for the remainder of the season. How valuable is Melky? Let’s  take a look at his numbers.  He was having his second best season production wise with 16 hr, 73 RBI , 81 runs scored and over .800 OPS behind only his one year in KC (where he originally worked with Jays present hitting instructor Kevin Seitzer). He played in almost every game and that durability was important with the many injuries...

Pompey Impresses

Posted on: Sep 29 2014 - 9:00pm | #4
In: Articles
Tosh McIntosh
Dalton Pompey

Jays’ rookie Dalton Pompey has not only greatly impressed this writer and all Blue Jay fans in Toronto, but most importantly, the person who matters the most! The last person who needed impressing, having supported...

2014 Playoffs

2014 Playoff Predictions

Come on bluejaysfans.ca readers, here’s something that wants your feedback! Now that the Jays are out, who ya got? Matchups AL Wild Card Game – Oakland (Jon Lester) vs Kansas City (James Shields) The two evenly matched teams will start the AL Pennant chase on October 1. The game is in KC, the first playoff game there since 1985. Lester is a postseason gamer, so he’ll have his team in close. But I don’t think Royals fans have waited 29 years just for one game. Winner: Kansas City ALDS – Baltimore vs Detroit Personally, I feel this may...

Posted on: Sep 29 2014 - 7:51pm | #1
In: Articles, MLB
Shaun MacDonald

The Final Countdown

2015 Season

As Toronto enters the final weekend of the 2014 season, naturally, the mind goes two places: what could have been in ’14, and what could be in 2015. Here’s a brief list of players who may not return to Toronto. Adam Lind – The longest serving position player on the team, Lind has club options for 2015 and onwards. He made $7 million in an injury filled season, and with so many...

September Call-Ups: The Prospects

Daniel Norris

September is quickly approaching, and while the Jays’ post-season hopes are in despair, all is not lost. The MLB rosters are set to expand on Monday, September 1st. This means that every team’s roster will include...

Daniel Norris

Daniel Norris’ Impressive Season Continues

If you haven’t heard of Blue Jays pitching prospect Daniel Norris, now is probably a good time to start taking notice. The...

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