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The Jays started the season sexier than anyone else did. The new uniforms added an element of the past and future for the club and got fans excited again, not just in Toronto, but in all of Canada.
But then, players got hurt.
The Jays lost three starters to injury in a single week. Joey Bats, Brett Lawrie and JP Arencibia all went down at the same time (so did Adam Lind, but he'll be gone soon). At one point, the Jays had more Las Vegas 51s in their lineup that the 51s did (maybe that's why they moved to Buffalo).
Everything that could go wrong in Toronto, did go wrong, and went wrong terribly.
They need to forget that 2012 ever happened, move on and hope for a better 2013.
A good No. 2 starter would help. Maybe a new first baseman. Definitely a new 2B. Some coaches would be nice, too.