Toronto Blue Jays: Biggest Early Season Surprises and Disappointments

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Toronto Blue Jays: Biggest Early Season Surprises and Disappointments
Ann Heisenfelt

After being criticized throughout the offseason for not making any major moves, the Toronto Blue Jays have silenced the critics for now after getting off to a decent start in the 2014 season.

Toronto are currently in first place in the American League East with an 8-6 record two weeks into the new campaign.

While 8-6 may not seem like an overly great mark, keep in mind that the Blue Jays have played 10 of those 14 games against fellow AL East rivals.

Another remarkable fact about this start is that the team have played well despite little-to-no production from several key contributors in both the lineup and in the starting rotation.

But, while these players have had disappointing starts to their seasons, others have stepped up and played a major role in several of the team’s victories.

Let’s take a closer look at some of the team’s biggest early season surprises and disappointments.

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