With yet another average season for the Toronto Blue Jays officially in the books, it’s time to look back at some of the players that made this season memorable.
It’s easy to break down what went wrong and what went right for the Jays in 2011. The offense was filled with power and depth, while the starting pitching was a mystery after Ricky Romero and the bullpen was generally atrocious.
Mix the positives and negatives and you’ve got a .500 team. It’s something Jays fans are accustomed to, but this year had some new storylines and some different players who stepped up along with a few who disappointed.
I’ll take a look at those players as I hand out my awards, both good and bad, from the 2011 MLB season for the Toronto Blue Jays.