We're two months into the 2011 season, and it’s been a mixed start for the Blue Jays. Toronto has been steadily orbiting the .500 mark while barely staying in contention in the competitive AL East. As things stand, Toronto is just four games behind the division leading Yankees.
Some players have shined, including Jose Bautista, who is having an even better year than 2010, Yunel Escobar, who is delivering on the promise he showed in his early years with the Braves and Adam Lind, who has returned to his 2009 form.
However, not every player has performed so well. If the Blue Jays want to stay in the playoff race, then these five players need to improve their performance.