1. Great In Eight: Blue Jays New Lose-To-Win Strategy

    I'm not positive, but I think I'm having a nervous breakdown.   My significant other tells me that I've been talking—actually chanting—in my sleep. It's driving her around the bend...

    John McKibbin Written by John McKibbin about over 4 years ago 525 reads 5 comments

  2. Blue Jays Latest Cop Out: Flawless Fielding Fanaticism

    A major league baseball insider recently revealed that the Blue Jays management's apparent obsession with defense is just part of the low-grade propaganda advanced to convince fans to purchase 2010 season tickets in the face of a 100-loss year...

    John McKibbin Written by John McKibbin about over 4 years ago 724 reads 18 comments

  3. How the 2010 Toronto Blue Jays Can Lose 100 Games

    There is nothing quite so gratifying as a great big dump. Salary dump, that is. Just ask the Toronto Blue Jays GM, Alex Anthopoulos...

    John McKibbin Written by John McKibbin about over 4 years ago 602 reads 4 comments

  4. The Blue Jays Can Contend in 2010: Part I—Offense Has Power Potential

    If you're thinking, sure, the Toronto Blue Jays “can” contend in 2010, but they likely won't, well, you're probably right. The odds are much greater that the team finishes 2010 in last place than second place and in the playoffs...

    John McKibbin Written by John McKibbin about over 4 years ago 629 reads 18 comments

  5. All-Star Baseball Monikers: Test Your Nickname IQ

    Some of us baseball aficionados definitely need to get a life. When we're not sitting around endlessly speculating on whether or not the Blue Jays are going to trade superstar pitcher ...

    John McKibbin Written by John McKibbin about almost 5 years ago 41 reads 7 comments

  6. Good Jays/Bad Jays: Toronto Blue Jays 2009 Mid-Season Report

    Most knowledgeable MLB observers picked the 2009 Toronto Blue Jays to finish last in the American League East. At the season's halfway point, the Jays are in fourth place (42-39) and fading...

    John McKibbin Written by John McKibbin about 5 years ago 364 reads 8 comments

  7. George Wright's Mojo Morphs Blue Jay Bats

    Most of MLB’s expert prognosticators figured the Toronto Blue Jays to finish in last place this year. But with one-fifth of the 2009 season come and gone, the team is still leading the tough American League East...

    John McKibbin Written by John McKibbin about 5 years ago 207 reads 0 comments