1. Toronto Blue Jays: Jose Bautista's Ejection Proves Selfishness Is the Way to Go

    Jose Bautista justified one thing in the Toronto Blue Jays ' 6-4 loss to the Texas Rangers –they need a leader, and he's not it. In the bottom of the ninth inning, the Blue Jays were down 6-4 with runners on second and third, and one out...

    George Halim Written by George Halim about 1 year ago 2,357 reads 17 comments

  2. Toronto Maple Leafs and Boston Bruins Fans Have Forgotten What Hockey Is About

    Toronto and Boston are two cities with grief. They're not comparable, but set foot in either and you'll feel it brush up against you on the downtown curb. It’s instilled in every person, fan or whatever the difference may be...

    George Halim Written by George Halim about 1 year ago 187 reads 0 comments

  3. Toronto Blue Jays Injury Updates

    The 2012 season was the most injury plagued in recent memory for the Toronto Blue Jays . Although a lot of those injured returned to the lineup, a few of them are still in the process of rehabbing...

    George Halim Written by George Halim about over 1 year ago 183 reads 4 comments

  4. Toronto Blue Jays: Who Will Be the No. 1 Starter in 2013?

    It's a never-ending debate that's been circulating around the Toronto Blue Jays' clubhouse: Who will be the opening day starter? But more importantly, who will be the top guy? The debate began since the mega deal with the Miami Marlins ...

    George Halim Written by George Halim about over 1 year ago 137 reads 45 comments

  5. 4 Veteran Free Agents the Blue Jays Should Bring in for Spring Training

    The Toronto Blue Jays were the biggest winners this past MLB offseason, but their roster is not yet complete...

    George Halim Written by George Halim about over 1 year ago 4,024 reads 19 comments

  6. Toronto Blue Jays: Possible Weaknesses Going into 2013

    The Toronto Blue Jays are well on their way to a successful 2013 campaign. At least, that's what the unbiased Vegas ratings are saying, honoring the Blue Jays as 8-1 favorites to bring the World Series back north of the border...

    George Halim Written by George Halim about over 1 year ago 146 reads 13 comments

  7. Toronto Blue Jays: 4 Reasons They'll Have No Problem Living Up to the Hype

    Until the Toronto Blue Jays take the field in 2013, no one will know if bumping the payroll and all the risk-taking will pay off. That being said, Alex Anthopoulos has done something to the mood in Toronto...

    George Halim Written by George Halim about over 1 year ago 4,757 reads 16 comments

  8. R.A. Dickey Reportedly Reaches Extension with Toronto Blue Jays

    R.A. Dickey was in the driver's seat when it came to contract talks with Alex Anthopoulos and the Toronto Blue Jays . For a man who's never been through such a luxurious offseason, this trade has a chance to blow up at any given time...

    George Halim Written by George Halim about over 1 year ago 644 reads 2 comments

  9. MLB Trade Rumors: R.A. Dickey Trade Would Solidify Toronto Blue Jays' Chances

    It would appear the Toronto Blue Jays and New York Mets have agreed on players for an R.A. Dickey trade, but according to Jon Heyman of CBS, stranger things have happened than a trade like this falling through...

    George Halim Written by George Halim about over 1 year ago 11,629 reads 76 comments

  10. Toronto Blue Jays Shake Up AL East in Risk-Taking Fashion with Miami Marlins

    The Toronto Blue Jays have shaken up the professional sports world (not just baseball) with the mega-deal they pulled off with the Miami Marlins on November 13. Although the trade is under review, let me remind you why exactly it's happening...

    George Halim Written by George Halim about over 1 year ago 913 reads 0 comments

  11. 6 Big Players the Toronto Blue Jays Should Pursue This Winter

    Every year, the Toronto Blue Jays inch closer and closer to a playoff appearance. That being said, there are two vast misconceptions in Toronto: Rogers Communications will spend the big bucks, and Toronto is rebuilding...

    George Halim Written by George Halim about almost 2 years ago 3,147 reads 37 comments

  12. Toronto Blue Jays 1st-Rounder Suspended 50 Games, Jose Bautista Done for 2012

    In the latest sports scandal, Toronto Blue Jays 2012 first-round draft pick Marcus Stroman has been suspended 50 games for testing positive for performance enhancing drugs, according to Sportsnet's Shi Davidi ...

    George Halim Written by George Halim about almost 2 years ago 679 reads 2 comments

  13. 5 Things the Toronto Blue Jays Can Take Away from the 2012 Season

    There's been a lot of discomfort for the Toronto Blue Jays in 2012. It's been difficult to put together a solid lineup, let alone a consistent one. The Jays have used eleven starting pitchers this season because of the fall of injured players...

    George Halim Written by George Halim about almost 2 years ago 1,028 reads 15 comments

  14. 12 Changes the Toronto Blue Jays Need to Make to Escape the Basement in 2013

    The Toronto Blue Jays have been under a lot of scrutiny this season for under-performing beyond repairable measure. With 39 games left, Toronto is all but out of playoff contention...

    George Halim Written by George Halim about almost 2 years ago 1,509 reads 27 comments

  15. Toronto Blue Jays: J.P. Arencibia and Travis D'Arnaud Will Trigger Changes

    In the wake of signing backup catcher Jeff Mathis to a contract extension through 2015, the Toronto Blue Jays are in a bind for 2013 over whether to start J.P. Arencibia or prospect Travis d'Arnaud behind the plate...

    George Halim Written by George Halim about almost 2 years ago 2,826 reads 39 comments

  16. Toronto Blue Jays Sign Catcher Jeff Mathis to 2-Year Extension

    According to CBSSports , the Toronto Blue Jays have signed veteran catcher Jeff Mathis to a two-year extension worth $3 million with a $1.5 million club option through 2015...

    George Halim Written by George Halim about almost 2 years ago 91 reads 0 comments

  17. Toronto Blue Jays: Why 2012 Struggle Isn't Necessarily a Bad Thing

    In 2012, it's tough to be a Toronto Blue Jays fan. But through their struggles, there's a bright spot: opportunity...

    George Halim Written by George Halim about almost 2 years ago 1,479 reads 10 comments

  18. Mike Trout Still Has a Lot to Prove to Major League Baseball, but Not by Choice

    Mike Trout is going to be the 2012 American League Rookie of the Year, but before anyone jumps the gun, keep in mind that Trout isn't the first ROY, and won't be the last...

    George Halim Written by George Halim about almost 2 years ago 70 reads 8 comments

  19. Tampa Bay Rays: Is Matt Moore the Best Pitcher on the Rays' Staff?

    Matt Moore is flying under the radar, but he is the best pitcher for the Tampa Bay Rays right now. As a matter of fact, since the All-Star break, Moore has been one of the best starting pitchers in all of baseball, and here's why...

    George Halim Written by George Halim about almost 2 years ago 394 reads 13 comments

  20. San Francisco Giants: Why Buster Posey Should Win the 2012 National League MVP

    Buster Posey has been a grinder for the San Francisco Giants this season, and a player who deserves the National League MVP Award. Since he broke into the big leagues in 2010, where he batted ...

    George Halim Written by George Halim about almost 2 years ago 777 reads 13 comments

  21. Toronto Blue Jays: The Reality of an Injury-Plagued 2012 Season

    I'm not going to sugarcoat this; the Blue Jays aren't going to make it to the playoffs this year. There are teams with injuries, and then there's Toronto...

    George Halim Written by George Halim about almost 2 years ago 127 reads 4 comments

  22. Toronto Blue Jays: Predicting Every Remaining Series in 2012

    The Toronto Blue Jays aren't where they want to be right now. Prior to the season, there were high hopes that Toronto could compete for the A.L. East pennant, or potentially a wild-card position...

    George Halim Written by George Halim about almost 2 years ago 560 reads 4 comments

  23. 5 Athletes Who Should've Stuck to Being Athletes

    Professional athletes are great at what they do. That doesn't necessarily mean they're going to be great at everything else they do. But alas, they never seem to understand that...

    George Halim Written by George Halim about almost 2 years ago 1,131 reads 1 comments

  24. London Olympics 2012: Why Lithuania Just Made Their Mark on World Basketball

    The 2012 London Olympics have been filled with upsets, heartbreak and records (all forever Olympic regularities). But the highlight today is Lithuania...

    George Halim Written by George Halim about almost 2 years ago 1,160 reads 0 comments

  25. Toronto Blue Jays: Hechavarria Called Up, Cecil Demoted, Rasmus and Lawrie on DL

    The Toronto Blue Jays have made big changes after a 15-inning marathon that resulted in a 5-4 loss to the Oakland Athletics . The A's walked off for a major league-best 13th time this year...

    George Halim Written by George Halim about almost 2 years ago 1,223 reads 7 comments