Category Archives: MLB

Remembering Five Random Blue Jays: Instant Impact

Ben Revere ūüí• Instant Impact ūüí• Ben Revere hit .319 after the trade in 2015! #BlueJaysOnSN pic.twitter.com/FIKj7jeAQb — Toronto Blue Jays (@BlueJays) April 15, 2020 I know the analytics don’t look kindly on Ben Revere types. Speedy, slap-hitting, walk-allergic players have a very slim margin of error. You pretty much have to be a .300+ hitter in order to be

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Baseball is Broken

Recap of what has been reported in tonight's blockbuster: Dodgers reportedly get OF Mookie Betts, LHP David Price and cash. Red Sox reportedly get OF Alex Verdugo (from Dodgers) and RHP Brusdar Graterol (from Minnesota). Twins reportedly get RHP Kenta Maeda. Per @JeffPassan pic.twitter.com/7xUthhg4xD — MLB (@MLB) February 5, 2020   Even though a Betts trade has been rumoured for

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Top 10 Biggest Blunders in Sports History

Professional athletes are the embodiment of power, grace, and skill. They are the peak of physical fitness and perform at the highest level for the world’s enjoyment. Likewise, they are also human and are prone to the same mistakes and lapses of judgment that us mere mortals face on a daily basis. The thing is: when I fall down the

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Making sense of Toronto’s offseason so far

Last week the Jays made a couple of moves that gave off a flicker on heat in an otherwise dormant hot stove. First they signed 36 year old outfielder Curtis Granderson to a one year $5 mil deal and followed up that huge pickup by trading for Randal Grichuk by sending reliever Dominic Leon and prospect Connor Greene to the St. Louis Cardinals.

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What’s Left of the Toronto Boo Jays Season? September Call-Ups, I Guess

In a season mired by injuries that started off with¬†a deflating and horrendous 2-11 start, the Toronto Blue Jays season of 2017 has felt like a constant, steep climb back to relevancy. With every game they’re trying to chip away and get back to where they‚Äôve found themselves these past two exciting seasons: postseason contention. As the Blue Jays have

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