Looking Back at the Toronto Blue Jays Problems with Closers

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Looking Back at the Toronto Blue Jays Problems with Closers

The struggles of Toronto closers is not a new phenomenon. When it comes to the ninth innings of games, the Blue Jays have rarely had a Mariano Rivera or Brian Wilson type closer who they know will come into the game and protect a lead.

If the Blue Jays are going to be serious playoff candidates, they need to find a lights out closer. It is no coincidence that the World Series wins in 1992 and 1993 were anchored by the outstanding closing of Tom Henke and Duane Ward.

Let’s take a look at the Blue Jays closing problems since 1999.

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