1. Toronto Blue Jays' CHONE projections: Pie in the Sky

    Not even the most clairvoyant psychics can predict the future with complete accuracy, but when it comes to projecting baseball stats, few do it better than CHONE ...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about almost 5 years ago 645 reads 0 comments

  2. Acid Flashback Friday: Jr. Jays Magazine

    It's Friday, which means it's time to take another trip down memory lane with Acid Flashback Friday. This week, we take a look at one of the most celebrated publications in Canadian history, the Jr...

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  3. Diamonds in the MLB Rough

    Trying to discover the finest young talent in the major leagues is kind of like mining for diamonds: you have to sift through lot of crap to get to the good stuff. When it comes to the 2010 Toronto Blue Jays roster, there are a few diamonds in the rough..

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  4. The Truth Shall Set Mark McGwire Free

    "Do you want to know the terrifying truth? Or do you want to see me sock a few dingers!?" - Mark McGwire on The Simpsons, 1999 The quote above from Mark McGwire aired on The Simpsons episode ...

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  5. Which Blue Jays Team Was Better, 1992 or 1993?

    They were two teams that will remain forever ingrained in the minds of Blue Jays fans. Whenever you mention the '92 or the '93 Toronto Blue Jays, no matter how old you are, a cavalcade of fond memories comes flooding back...

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  6. Lazy Sunday Links

    Can you tell that Alex Anthopoulos' honeymoon is over? AA promptly got back to work as the Blue Jays reacquired Zack Johnson from the Cleveland Indians for a player to be named later...

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  7. Toronto Blue Jays Acid Flashback Friday: The T-Bird Logo

    It's been a bitter of a Debbie Downer week as far as Blue Jays news, so I figured it was time take a break from all the doom and gloom with a new feature called "Acid Flashback Friday...

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  8. More Thoughts on the Baseball Hall of Fame Vote

    When it comes to voting on the Baseball Hall of Fame, for the most part the Baseball Writers Association of America has its head on its shoulders...

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  9. Roberto Alomar Robbed on Hall of Fame Ballot

    All I can say is...wow. There I was anxiously anticipating Roberto Alomar's name to be called as one of the 2010 Baseball Hall of Fame inductees, but it never happened...

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  10. It's Roberto Alomar's Time To Shine

    "I’ve made some mistakes, definitely, but I believe I deserve to be in Cooperstown." Roberto Alomar will hopefully add "Hall of Famer" to his long list of incredible accomplishments as ...

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  11. Hill, Lind, and Snider: Toronto Blue Jays' Young Guns at the Rogers Centre

    If the Blue Jays are going to have a fighting chance in 2010 and beyond, they are going need their young guns to deliver...

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  12. Blue Jays trying to scoop up Chapman

    Who ever thought that the Toronto Blue Jays would enter the ring and be in contention for one of the most hotly contested pitchers in the world? MLB Trade Rumors reports that the Blue Jays discussions ...

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  13. Marc Rzepczynski: Hard to Spell, but Easy to Hit

    When it comes to pitchers, Marc Rzepczynski isn't exactly a household name...literally and figuratively. His last name may look like a random assortment of scrabble tiles; however, when it comes to his game, Rzepczynski is anything but unorganized...

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  14. My Toronto Blue Jays New Year's Resolutions

    Quit drinking, lose weight, get organized—ome might opt to chose these as New Year's resolutions, but how many of them will actually stick with it? Hell, I'm not going to kid myself into ...

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  15. Delgado Probably Not Coming Back to Toronto

    Originally, I was a little disappointed on Christmas morning to discover that one of the requests on my free agent wish list, Carlos Delgado, was not fulfilled...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about almost 5 years ago 422 reads 2 comments

  16. Happy Holidays from the Blue Jay Hunter

    Although Alex Anthopoulos' blackberry might not be in hiatus through the holidays, unfortunately the Blue Jay Hunter will be on a bit of a break this week to celebrate Festivus and other holidays of that nature...

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  17. Vernon Wells: Perfect 10 Foundation Special on Tonight

    Considering that we're in the home stretch of the holidays, it's very apropos that Rogers Sportsnet is rolling out a special this evening that's sure to get you in the giving spirit...

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  18. Surf's Up, Seattle: Toronto Blue Jays Swap Brandons (League for Morrow)

    I’m not sure if there are ample surfing spots in Washington State, but Brandon League is certainly going to get lots of practice on the West Coast playing for the Seattle Mariners...

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  19. Shaun Marcum Emerges as the Toronto Blue Jays' New Ace

    Six months ago, no one ever thought there would be a time in the near future where anyone but Roy Halladay would be starting on Opening Day...

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  20. TSN Drops The Ball on Halladay Trade Coverage

    It was the story that dominated the headlines from coast to coast, above and below the 44th parallel. You couldn't turn on the television or radio without hearing about the Roy Halladay trade...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about almost 5 years ago 457 reads 2 comments

  21. The Philadelphia Phillies' Perspective on the Roy Halladay trade

    Three days after the initial shell shock of the Roy Halladay trade, and the dust is still settling on one of baseball's biggest trades of the decade...

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  22. It's O-Phil-cial: Roy Halladay Now a Philadelphia Philly

    At one press conference, the Philadelphia Phillies were celebrating the dawn of a new era with the best pitcher in baseball. At another, the Blue Jays were lamenting the loss of their franchise player...

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  23. Let the Roy Halladay Heartache Begin for Blue Jays Fans

    Dec. 14, 2009 will be forever remembered as the day that the Toronto Blue Jays parted ways with one of their greatest players in franchise history...

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  24. Toronto Blue Jays: Tenders and Non-Tenders

    The short list on the 40-man roster became even shorter late last night, as the Blue Jays whittled their roster down from 38 players to 37 after tendering contracts and non-tendering one...

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  25. D-Day for Jose Bautista

    Members of the Bautista Appreciation Society , buckle yourselves in, because the next 24 hours could be a bumpy ride. We will learn by 11:59 pm on Saturday evening whether or not the Blue Jays will offer Bautista a contract and thus avoid arbitration

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