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The Impact of Bullpen Construction and the Toronto Blue Jays

Erratic, unstable, mercurial; words synonymous with volatile and interchangeable in most descriptions of a major league bullpen. It’s often said that relief pitchers are of this ilk by nature, as not only are their outing-to-outing and season-to-season sample sizes typically uncomfortably small, but relievers are inherently flawed in one way or another. 1,848 more words


The Thursday Night Notebook

The Blue Jays haven’t even had their full squad report for Spring Training yet and the injury bug had bitten already as Michael Saunders tore his meniscus and is reportedly out until All-Star Break. 653 more words

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Role Playing: Blue Jays Pitchers and Catchers Report

By: Dan Grant

Toronto Blue Jays pitchers and catchers reported to Dunedin this week, signalling the official beginning of spring training.

The multitude of preseason stories being published about the Blue Jays are focusing on a somewhat common storyline. 2,214 more words


West Morris sends 5 wrestlers to Region 1 quarterfinals

There is something about the first night at Region 1 that brings out the best in West Morris wrestlers.

Coach Ken Rossi’s Wolfpack sent five wrestlers through to Friday night’s quarterfinals at Wallkill Valley, which begin at 5 p.m. 271 more words


Toronto Blue Jays management seem willing to risk their jobs on unproven youngsters

By Michael Hobson

I am officially throwing my hands in the air—not literally or I wouldn’t be able to write this piece, but I have no idea what the Toronto Blue Jays are doing. 1,427 more words

The Fan View

2015 MLB post season award predictions

It’s good to be back.  Since teams are now reporting to spring training for the 2015 baseball season, I think that now would be the appropriate time to share my picks for the 2015 season.  389 more words


2014 Blue Jays: Aaron Sanchez

Aaron Sanchez’s 2014 season was unusual: he pitched much better in the majors than he did in the minors. He had a 3.95 ERA in two minor league stops before his promotion, and then posted a startling 1.09 ERA in 24 major-league relief appearances. 174 more words