5 Things the Toronto Blue Jays Can Take Away from the 2012 Season

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5 Things the Toronto Blue Jays Can Take Away from the 2012 Season
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There's been a lot of discomfort for the Toronto Blue Jays in 2012. 

It's been difficult to put together a solid lineup, let alone a consistent one. The Jays have used eleven starting pitchers this season because of the fall of injured players.

Seldom did you see the same faces game after game. 

I'm not trying to regurgitate what's already been said about Toronto, so I won't. Instead, there are things the Blue Jays can take away from this season that will make them a better club next year. 

And at this point, next season (and even the offseason) is something to look forward to.

For that reason, no one should be writing off 2012 as a bust. Every game isn't a throwaway, or meaningless, but instead it's an opportunity to capitalize.

I'm not talking about missing the playoffs again, I'm talking about the ample amount of talent Toronto has on its hands, arguably more than it has ever had, and what they're going to do with it.

This is a list of upsides Toronto can take away from the 2012 season.

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