A 6-14 Record – Does it Matter?

6-14 isn’t a pretty record, to put it mildly. The Blue Jays were lining up to be a quality team in 2017. The offense, albeit missing Edwin Encarnacion, was looking strong, and the pitching, while missing a sixth starter, is clearly stronger than that of last season. Then came spring training. Toronto has posted a […]

2016 vs. 2017 – What’s Different?

The 2017 Blue Jays are going to look a little different then the 2016 Blue Jays. No Encarnacion. No Saunders. No Cecil, but Jose is back and we’ve still got our MVP. Offense Despite them losing a 40 home run hitter in Edwin Encarnacion, they’ve acquired a good 30-32 home run hitter in Morales at first […]

Blue Breakdown: Episode 2

In this weeks episode, we discuss the intricacies of Jose Bautista’s deal, answer your questions and recall the Scott Rolen trade of 2008 with Will, the owner of @360MapleLeafNews. Listen to the episode below!

A Fresh Look at Jose and Edwin

The idea that Edwin Encarnacion and Jose Bautista will re-sign with the Blue Jays is slowly thinning away.  Every Blue Jay fan is asking themselves: What are the odds of them returning? To find that answer, let’s look at it with some common sense. During Spring Training, Edwin Encarnacion expressed that he did not want […]

A Tribute To R.A. Dickey

R.A. Dickey’s knuckleball career in Toronto comes to an end but leaves behind a legacy of inspiration. In a way, his departure resembles a pitcher giving up four balls to give the batter a walk; except this time it is R.A who is doing the walking. The 42 year knuckleballer has spent the last four […]