1. The Second Half Forecast for the Toronto Blue Jays

    The Toronto Blue Jays invite the Boston Red Sox in for tea and baseball tonight, and so begins the final stretch of the season...

    Jeffrey Roberts Written by Jeffrey Roberts about almost 5 years ago 146 reads 0 comments

  2. In Close Games, The Toronto Blue Jays Are Far Away

    Last night I looked up, and through the foggy haze caused by alcohol and poor lighting, I watched the Jays enter extra innings. That's when I stopped watching...

    Jeffrey Roberts Written by Jeffrey Roberts about 5 years ago 74 reads 0 comments

  3. Roy Halladay Trade Talk Shows Blue Jays' Front Office Is a Confederacy of Dunces

    You've all heard it by now: The Toronto Blue Jays are open to considering offers for Roy Halladay. It's not the end of the world. All the Jays front office wants to hear are some possible deals and to mull them over, probably not for long either...

    Jeffrey Roberts Written by Jeffrey Roberts about 5 years ago 466 reads 23 comments

  4. Thumbs Up! Pro Hitters Using The PROHITTER

    Every time I watch a baseball game I always have the same question: What is that thing on the hitter's thumbs? After being told, "I don't know" and, "Move your face off the screen" for the hundredth time, I took it upon myself to investigate...

    Jeffrey Roberts Written by Jeffrey Roberts about 5 years ago 13,560 reads 3 comments

  5. The Toronto Blue Jays' Season is Slowly Walking Off into the Sunset

    Three games in New York, three frustrating losses for the Toronto Blue Jays. Really, the only word for it is RARHHAHHAGGGHHH. Someone contact Webster's and update the dictionary...

    Jeffrey Roberts Written by Jeffrey Roberts about 5 years ago 374 reads 5 comments

  6. Toronto-Tampa Bay: The Rays and Jays Love-Hate Relationship

    If stingrays had lips, they would be licking them right now. No team has stumped the Toronto Blue Jays more often than the Tampa Bay Rays. Even when the Rays were terrible, they would still manage to put the kibosh on a Blue Jays win streak...

    Jeffrey Roberts Written by Jeffrey Roberts about 5 years ago 67 reads 0 comments

  7. The Fall of B.J. Ryan: What it Means for Toronto Blue Jays

    I spent tonight watching the Toronto Blue Jays and Tampa Bay Rays slog through one of the most painful games in recent memory. The excellent return of Roy Halladay aside, the Jays were unable to beat a team that's given them fits consistently...

    Jeffrey Roberts Written by Jeffrey Roberts about 5 years ago 375 reads 8 comments

  8. Weird Science: A Toronto Blue Jays Number Crunch

    As we approach the halfway point of the campaign for the Jays, it's time to take a look at the numbers. It's been a weird, weird, season. Expectations were pretty low for Toronto coming into this year...

    Jeffrey Roberts Written by Jeffrey Roberts about 5 years ago 181 reads 0 comments

  9. Don Fehr Resigns: How He Changed the Toronto Blue Jays and Baseball Forever

    The MLBPA is now the strongest union in sports. Headed by Don Fehr, the union came, saw, and conquered the collective bargaining world. The players couldn't have asked for a better negotiator...

    Jeffrey Roberts Written by Jeffrey Roberts about 5 years ago 161 reads 0 comments

  10. Steroids in Baseball: It's Time To Stop Cheating on Our Humanity

    I asked my Mom what she thought about steroids in baseball, and she laughed. It sounded like a, "I don't really care" laugh, so I pressed her and she said that she thought it was bad. She thought it wasn't good that some players had an unfair advantage..

    Jeffrey Roberts Written by Jeffrey Roberts about 5 years ago 676 reads 0 comments

  11. Scott Rolen: Like a Rock

    This is a subject that is very close to my heart. When the Toronto Blue Jays traded Troy Glaus for Scott Rolen, I had to be talked down off the ledge of the .500 level. Troy Glaus was my favourite player...

    Jeffrey Roberts Written by Jeffrey Roberts about 5 years ago 222 reads 3 comments

  12. Five Significant Toronto Raptors Drafts: Jurassic Park Style!

    The Toronto Raptors gleaned their name from the animatronic villains of the 1993 film Jurassic Park. It is only fitting that we recognize that here...

    Jeffrey Roberts Written by Jeffrey Roberts about 5 years ago 742 reads 3 comments

  13. The Toronto Blue Jays Caught in a Torrid Glove Affair

    The Toronto Blue Jays are a dirty, dirty team. They think they're so smooth out there, picking up anything at will, and then throwing it away when they've had their fill. They dive and slide all over the field and just get plain filthy...

    Jeffrey Roberts Written by Jeffrey Roberts about 5 years ago 166 reads 0 comments

  14. Toronto Blue Jays: Losing Litsch Is a Loss for More Than Just the Jays

    Before I turned out the necessary Roy Halladay article (by necessary I mean that writing anything else before dealing with that would have been near sacrilege), I was working on another angle...

    Jeffrey Roberts Written by Jeffrey Roberts about 5 years ago 156 reads 1 comments

  15. The Obligatory "End Is Nigh" Column: Roy Halladay's Groin

    Armageddon has arrived. I hope you've stockpiled your canned goods. Roy Halladay exited Friday's game with a strained right groin, and I think the Four Horsemen have just run through my backyard...

    Jeffrey Roberts Written by Jeffrey Roberts about 5 years ago 197 reads 4 comments

  16. Toronto Blue Jays: The Jays Need To Stop Doubling Their Opponents Pleasure

    At the beginning of the season the Jays were clobbering the ball like Ben Grimm, it seemed like they could do no wrong. For weeks they led the league in runs scored and were hell-bent on trying to give score keepers carpal tunnel syndrome...

    Jeffrey Roberts Written by Jeffrey Roberts about 5 years ago 178 reads 2 comments

  17. It's Time for the Toronto Raptors to Break Open the Piggy Bank

    I sit here pondering life After Bosh (A.B.). It looks like Kurt Russell fleeing from cannibals in Escape from New York. Upon reading Robert Seagal's great article, I initially agreed with him...

    Jeffrey Roberts Written by Jeffrey Roberts about 5 years ago 721 reads 4 comments

  18. Turning Around The Toronto Raptors in Seven Seconds Or Less!

    The clock is ticking. With draft day drawing closer, Chris Bosh's contract slowly reaching its expiration date, and a losing season in the rear view mirror, change is coming for the Toronto Raptors...

    Jeffrey Roberts Written by Jeffrey Roberts about 5 years ago 560 reads 0 comments