1. MLB Breaking News: Bautista, Blue Jays, Close to 5-Year, $65MM Extension

    Enrique Rojas (ESPN Deportes baseball newsbreaker extraordinaire) has reported that Jose Bautista and the Toronto Blue Jays are closing in on a 5 year, $65 million extension that ...

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  2. Should the Toronto Blue Jays Go After Carlos Delgado and Michael Young?

    Yes and no. No offense to Vernon Wells (or anyone from the 90's championship teams), but Carlos Delgado is the best position player in Toronto Blue Jays ' history by a long shot...

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  3. Should The Toronto Blue Jays Extend Jose Bautista? Yes, and Here's Why

    Alex Anthopoulos had stated pretty clearly in multiple radio interviews that he's perfectly happy to go to arbitration with Jose Bautista...

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  4. Toronto Blue Jays Prospect Rankings Part Two: 11-20

    Last week, I ranked the Blue Jays Top 10 Prospects . Today, I'm taking it a step further and ranking the number 11-20 top Blue Jays prospects. 11. J.P...

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  5. Toronto FC Offseason Roster Assessment: Goaltending

    This is part 1 of 4 of BTTN's Toronto FC Offseason Roster Assessment With training camp starting within the month, and our coaches now in place it is time to assess Toronto FCs roster and what additions are needed in the offseason...

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  6. Should the Toronto Raptors Tank for a Higher Draft Pick?

    What do we make of the Raptors ' 2010-11 season? Despite a horrendous 12-24 record, the team sits just three games out of a playoff spot, yet only four games ahead of NBA -worst Cleveland ...

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  7. MLB Power Rankings: Toronto Blue Jays Top 10 Prospects

    1. Kyle Drabek Last year’s top Blue Jays prospect as well, Drabek took more steps forward in 2010, playing the full season in AA New Hampshire. Pitching to a 2.94 ERA and 1...

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  8. Larry Walker: Why He Should Be Elected into the Baseball Hall of Fame

    I believe that Larry Walker deserves a place in the Baseball Hall of Fame, and yes, it's somewhat because we're both Canadian. So sue me...

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  9. International Hero: NL MVP Joey Votto Headlines Top Ten Canadians In MLB Today

    While baseball is America's Pastime, the game has extensive roots and deep tradition in the country to its north as well. The first documented evidence of baseball in Canada dates back to 1838 shortly after it became popular in the United States...

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  10. Five-Year Grace Period Up: Looking Back at 2005 MLB Draft Critically

    The 2005 MLB Draft, perhaps the deepest and most talented draft pools of the current generation of players, has certainly not disappointed through five years, the milestone in which critical statements can be made about draft selections...

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  11. A Case to Move Blue Jays-Phillies Series to Cashman Field in Las Vegas

    News that Roy Halladay was not in fact coming to Toronto in late June this year was painful for Blue Jays brass and fans alike...

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  12. April's Baseball All-Stars: Robinson Cano, Ubaldo Jimenez Headline Leagues

    In picking Major League All-Star teams, I prefer to select players that are not only top performers, but who are also recognizable and certain to maintain their production through September...

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  13. Adeiny Hechavarria Signing Official: Taking a Look at the Blue Jays' 2013 Roster

    With Adeiny Hechavarria being signed to the largest contract every given out by the Toronto Blue Jays to an international player ($10 million over four years), the Jays finally have hope that their shortstop carousel may be slowing down...

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  14. 2010 Major League Baseball Projections: Phillies Win World Series

    The 2010 Major League Baseball season begins Sunday night with the Yankees in Boston to play the Red Sox. Fast forward six months, and here you have it, the final standings.....

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  15. MLB Market Size Rankings: Seattle Mariners a Large Market Team

    One of the biggest misconceptions in baseball is when people refer to teams such as the Seattle Mariners as small or mid market teams. A casual fan exclaims "The Mariners are going all pitching and defense given their lack of funds...

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  16. Troy Tulowitzki: A Five-Category Stud at a Premium Fantasy Position

    Troy Tulowitzki broke out in a big way in his 2007 rookie year, hitting .291 with 24 Home Runs and 99 Runs Batted In, while narrowly missing out on NL Rookie of the Year honors to Ryan Braun...

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  17. Roy Halladay: Best Blue Jay—Ever

    Harry Leroy Halladay III (or simply "Roy") will always have a special place in the hearts of Toronto Blue Jays fans...

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  18. Toronto Blue Jays to Central Division: A Major Re-Alignment Plan

    The Toronto Blue Jays have existed in the American League East since their inaugural season in 1977. In 1977, the American League had only two divisions, the Central Division hadn't existed yet...

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  19. Lyle Overbay Concedes That 2010 Will Be His Last Year As A Blue Jay

    Lyle Overbay commented yesterday about how he is unlikely to return next season as a Blue Jay. He is in the last year of a deal he signed with the club in January of 2007, after he was traded to the Blue Jays from Milwaukee in 2005...

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  20. Toronto Blue Jays: Analyzing Offseason Moves

    With Spring Training starting, the Blue Jays are more than unlikely to make another significant move, having already made a few under-the-radar moves and traded the face of the franchise...

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  21. Johnny Damon Signs Contract with Detroit Tigers

    Possibly the most uneventful free-agent auction of the offseason is over: Johnny Damon has signed a one year, $8 million deal with the Detroit Tigers, pending a physical scheduled for sometime on Sunday, Feb...

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  22. Analyzing 2009's MLB Breakout Stars for the 2010 Season

    The 2009 season saw many players break out of mediocrity in America's Pastime, but only a select few of them can be expected to continue their newfound success into 2010...

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  23. Fantasy Baseball 2010: Position Scarcity

    Position scarcity is always a hot debate when considering where to draft players. Does it really matter? How much should it weigh into the equation? Well fantasy owners, it does matter and it ...

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  24. Five Reasons for the Toronto Blue Jays to Contend for World Series in 2014

    The Toronto Blue Jays have been for the most part dormant since their glory days in the 80s and early 90s. Since they won the World Series in 1993, the Jays have not made the playoffs...

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  25. The 10 Best Current Major League Baseball Ballparks

    Ballparks of baseball are the cathedrals of America's pastime. These rankings reflect on the very best Major League Ballparks going into the 2010 season...

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