Toronto Blue Jays: 3 "What If" Questions from the Jays' 2012 Season

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The 2012 Toronto Blue Jays' season was a disappointment to many fans, including me. During spring training, the Blue Jays were favored to take a wild-card spot—especially after the announcement from the MLB about the addition of a second wild-card spot. 

The injury bug hit almost every player imaginable—Brandon Morrow, Kyle Drabek, Drew Hutchinson, J.P. Arencibia, Brett Lawrie and even Jose Bautista.

Then there was the unpredictable collapse of the Toronto ace named Ricky Romero.

When all was said and done, there was still the issue of another impact player—someone who was most likely going to be acquired at the trade deadline.

With the season nearing the end, the Blue Jays' fate is probably going to be the basement of the AL East, but there is that "what if" question still in my head.

What if the Blue Jays' season went to plan?

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