The Toronto Blue Jays have had a lackluster July, especially compared to their June. The beginning of July showed so much promise and hope for the rest of the season, but many have eschewed those possibilities out the door.
As we do every month by looking over the team, July seems to paint just as pessimistic a tune as April did.
At the time of this article, the Jays have an 8-16 record, quite similar to their 9-18 April.
In 12 games decided by three runs or less, the Blue Jays went an astounding 2-10.
Need I say more?
Let us see how every player fared in July.
Note: We will not be giving a grade to players who have barely played this season. We will grade some on the bench and all of the main relievers, but guys who barely played will not be mentioned in this piece other than, of course, in this corresponding blurb.
Also, please note that this article does not take into account the Blue Jays 4-0 win yesterday.