This 2010 season has turned from a season full of supposed heartbreak and misery into a season chock-full of optimism and some diehards whispering about playoffs.
The Blue Jays, even without Roy Halladay, have vaulted themselves to a 31-23 record, but only good enough for third in the division.
Yet for the most part, the Blue Jays have been playing in front of sparse crowds at the Rogers Centre, and all the fans across Canada are wondering why nobody shows up anymore to games.
The product is better than previous years, minus Halladay, and it seems like this team is never out of it.
They hit home runs like mad, and you'd think fans would enjoy a power show, but nothing seems to be bringing them back.