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2012 MLB Predictions: Projecting the Stats of the Toronto Blue Jays' Stars

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2012 MLB Predictions: Projecting the Stats of the Toronto Blue Jays' Stars
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The Jays are back and so am I! The Toronto Blue Jays have taken Major League Baseball by storm. With a magical spring training record of 22-4, they are leaps and bounds ahead of the rest of the league and showing a style of play that make them very dangerous.

That being said, they won’t be anyone’s sleeper after such an eventful spring training.

As we lead up to the season, there will be countless projections and arguments made for and against the strengths of the Blue Jays. Do they stand a chance in the AL East? Is this spring training just smoke and mirrors?

Regardless of where you stand, I am sure we can muster up some kind of debate in the comments section.

That being said, today’s piece will focus on my statistical projection for some of the Blue Jays’ most important and wild-card players coming into the season.

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