1. Blue Jays' Day Four Wrap-Up from MLB Winter Meetings

    Well...another year of Baseball's Winter Meetings is officially in the can. Alex Anthopoulos and the Toronto Blue Jays essentially left Indianapolis as the same team as they arrived as...

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  2. MLB Winter Meetings: Day Three Surprises

    Any time I hear the phrase "surprise team" during the winter meetings, I am afraid...very afraid. Especially since there is a rumored "surprise team" that is involved with trade talks between the Chicago Cubs for Milton Bradley...

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  3. MLB Winter Meetings Day Two Buzz

    If you missed Day One of the baseball winter meetings, I'm afraid you didn't miss much. The biggest news from yesterday that actually solidified into a couple of signings was Ivan Rodriguez ...

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  4. Day One rumblings at Winter Meetings

    Day one of the winter meetings are nearly over in Indianapolis, and the Blue Jays are virtually in the same spot they were in 24 hours ago...

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  5. Baseball Winter Meetings Kick Off With Focus on Roy Halladay

    On your mark; Get set; Go! All 30 of baseball's general managers will be off to the races today at the annual winter meetings in Indianapolis...

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  6. Winter Meetings Teaser

    We're just two days away from baseball's winter meetings in Indianapolis, and already people are buzzing about what could transpire next week...

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  7. Draft Picks for Dummies

    Initally when I learned that the Boston Red Sox had signed Marco Scutaro, I rejoyced at the thought that the Blue Jays would receive their first round pick in the 2010 MLB draft.Apparently it’s not exactly as black and white as one would think...

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  8. Rehashing the Adam Dunn Discussion

    For a guy who has been accused of "not even liking baseball," whether or not he actually has a passion for the game, Adam Dunn sure knows how to play it. Think back to July 2008 and you'll remember the tirade that seemingly came out of nowhere from J...

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  9. Doc Halladay's Demands

    When it comes to off-field distractions, Roy Halladay would prefer not to deal with the drama. ESPN’s Buster Olney spoke with one of Halladay's reps and said that if Roy Halladay ...

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  10. Has Marco Scutaro Started Calling the Shots?

    Type A free agency must be an incredible power that changes a man because it sounds like the temptation of playing for big money with a perennial playoff contender might be going to Marco Scutaro's head...

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  11. Two Tickets to the Gonz Show: Toronto Blue Jays Sign Alex Gonzalez

    Toronto, line up to get your tickets to the Gonz show . The signing of former Red Sox and Reds shortstop Alex Gonzalez has capped off what has been an unusually active past few days for the Jays in the free agent market...

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  12. Scratch That: John McDonald Is NOT the Blue Jays' Starting Shortstop

    Are you as confused as I am? Just hours ago the Blue Jays officially re-signed John McDonald to a two-year, $3 million deal that pretty much answered the question of who would be the starting shortstop in 2010...

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  13. Your starting shortstop for 2010: John McDonald

    So much for Plan A , Plan B , or even Plan C …it appears as though the Blue Jays will be resorting to Plan D for shortstop next year. Thanks to a reported one year deal worth approximately $1...

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  14. Breaking Down Roy Halladay's Break-Up with the Toronto Blue Jays

    So much for staying together for the kids. Now I know what it must feel like for those poor children on Jon & Kate Plus 8 watching their parents go through a bitter custody battle, because ...

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  15. Toronto Blue Jays: The Ticket Increase Fiasco

    Image courtesy of Flickr user JeremyCai It appears as though the Blue Jays aren’t winning over very many fans these days...

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  16. Another Roy Halladay Cy Young Calibre Season

    I hate to say it...but for the fourth year in a row, Roy Halladay crafted another Cy Young calibre season and had nothing to show for it. The Baseball Writers Association of America did the right thing by giving the Cy Young to Zack Greinke...

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  17. Time for Roy Halladay Suitors To Line Up

    It's a bitter pill to swallow, but I'm come to grips with the fact that Roy Halladay is likely not going to be a Blue Jay for much longer...

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  18. Toronto Blue Jays' Silver Sluggers

    Of all the sights that Blue Jays fans were subjected to over 162 games this year, the one above is one that I never got sick of seeing...

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  19. The Value of the Hometown Discount

    It's a term that's been thrown around quite often during this week's MLB hot stove —"hometown discount." For those unfamiliar with the term, a hometown discount is when a player takes ...

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  20. The Best Moustaches in Baseball, Part Two

    Many heroic male figures throughout history have used their facial hair to persuade, inspire, and seduce legions of followers and admirers...

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  21. The Blue Jays' Man Behind the Curtain Goes to Work

    Occasionally it's best not to know what's going on behind the scenes. During last season, the disarray and inner workings of the Blue Jays organization were revealed for all to see...

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  22. The Alex Anthopoulos State of the Franchise Conference Call

    I woke up this morning wondering if Alex Anthopoulos had forgotten all about his promise to address the "state of the franchise" this week and give fans an update on which direction the Toronto Blue Jays would be taking...

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  23. The Yankees as World Champions: Bad for Baseball?

    Today the Yankees enjoyed a lavish ticker-tape parade down Broadway Avenue celebrating their 27th World Series Championship...

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  24. $200 Million Buys the Yankees a World Series Championship

    Very quickly, congratulations to the New York Yankees on becoming World Series champs. There was nothing overly dramatic about Game Six or the series in general; however, good for the Yankees for coming out on top...

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  25. World Series Observations

    After having the pleasure of watching five relatively exciting World Series games, there are a few things that have stood out in my mind as noteworthy...

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