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It's Simple. Edwin Encarnacion Needs to be Priority #1 for the Red Sox

We all knew the day was eventually going to come when David Ortiz decided to no longer play baseball. The longtime face of the Boston Red Sox organization was truly a larger than life figure as both a baseball player, having put up record setting numbers in a final season, and an off the field icon/hero for a city. 804 more words


What is next for the Blue Jays?

By Kasandra DaSilva
After a second consecutive unsuccessful post season the Blue Jays will be going back to the drawing board to try to construct a World Series contending team, but the biggest question is will the blue birds have their two main sluggers on their opening day roster next season.

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Bye-bye post-season, hello off-season

Well, it took a few days to get over the AL Championship Series loss to a decimated Cleveland team who eked out win after win… after win after win… against the cold Blue Jays offence. 461 more words

Toronto Blue Jays

ALCS: Toronto stays alive. NLCS: Dodgers blank Cubs again.

Toronto stayed alive, beating Cleveland 5-1 on Tuesday in Game 4 of the ALCS. Cleveland still leads the series 3 games to 1. Cleveland got just 2 hits in the game. 94 more words

Mike's Musings

Toronto advances, Wash./Dodgers even.

Toronto advanced to the ALCS by sweeping Texas, winning Game Three 7-6 in ten innings. It was a back-and-forth game, and Toronto had tied it in the sixth on a passed ball and won it on an error in the bottom of the tenth. 75 more words

Mike's Musings

Toronto wins wild card game.

I was hoping Baltimore would win for Buck, (and I can’t stand Bautista and Encarnacion, both of whom homered tonight). Encarnacion hit a walk-off HR in the bottom of the 11th and Toronto beat Baltimore 5-2. 31 more words

Mike's Musings

Cleveland vs. Toronto

The Blue Jays started their season off a little weak, but that’s how they started off last year, then found their groove later on the season.   873 more words