1. Enter Fred Lewis: For Mike McCoy, the Writing Is on the Wall

    With the addition of the 29-year-old speedy outfielder, Fred Lewis, coming by way of trade from San Francisco, the Blue Jays have found their 25th man. Man number 26 is Mike McCoy...

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  2. The Bullpen and the Season: The 2010 Toronto Blue Jays Season Preview Part 3

    After seven innings of excellent pitching from Shaun Marcum, the 2010 Blue Jays turned to one of their strong points of seasons past: the bullpen. However, the 2010 bullpen is not the bullpen of years past...

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  3. Pinching and Pitching: The 2010 Blue Jays Season Preview, Part 2

    Although the 2010 Jays offense has already been discussed there is much more to an offense than just those who start the game. In fact, who is on the bench or in the system can be just as important as who makes opening day...

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  4. The Starting 9: 2010 Blue Jays Season Preview Part 1

    How will the 2010 Toronto Blue Jays stack up this season? Will they put on a dismal performance and slump into last place in the division or surprise a few people, including perhaps ...

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  5. John McDonald: The Role Player Without a Role

    While browsing through Bleacher Report lately I came across an article, by Nino Colla, about John McDonald being an unheralded backup who deserves more credit...

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  6. Thoughts with a Friend: A Lack of Placing for Toronto's Rickard Wallin

    While watching the Toronto Maple Leafs game against Boston, my roommate, David West , and I started talking about Rickard Wallin, the player who does not have a role on the Toronto Maple Leafs...

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  7. For the Toronto Blue Jays, the Buck Stops Here: John Buck or Rod Barajas?

    Upon reading the title, one may immediately say that Rod Barajas is the hands down favorite, but a further look at the numbers and the intangibles may show that new addition John Buck is in fact the better catcher for the Toronto Blue Jays...

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  8. The Top 10 Underrated Baseballers of 2010

    Every winning baseball team has a player or two that goes relatively unnoticed, their contributions undervalued by the bigger names on the team. Sometimes they are bunt specialists, defensive wizards, or pinch hitting specialists...

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  9. MLB's 2010 Surprise: Why the Washington Nationals Will Vie for the NL Wild Card

    Entering the 2010 season one can rest assured that there will be a dark horse team that pushes for a wild card spot till seemingly the last day...

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