1. Toronto Blue Jays: Grades for Every Player in July

    The Toronto Blue Jays have had a lackluster July, especially compared to their June. The beginning of July showed so much promise and hope for the rest of the season, but many have eschewed those possibilities out the door...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about 12 months ago 2,351 reads 8 comments

  2. Fantasy Baseball: Ranking the 2-Start Pitchers for the Week of July 29

    Fantasy Baseball can be a very difficult dance to master, and many people will scream their success to you in many different ways. One of the things I love about it is that one strategy does not fit all...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about 12 months ago 3,156 reads 1 comments

  3. Toronto Blue Jays: Should They Be Buyers or Sellers at the Trade Deadline?

    The Toronto Blue Jays find themselves in that excellent little gray area when it comes to the no-waiver trade deadline this Wednesday night...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about 12 months ago 904 reads 14 comments

  4. Toronto Blue Jays: What to Expect in the First 2 Weeks of the 2nd Half

    Unlike the start of the 2013 season, the Toronto Blue Jays are in dire need of a quick start to the second half. The Blue Jays finished the first half on a sour note after an electric 11-game winning streak...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about 1 year ago 2,366 reads 11 comments

  5. Toronto Blue Jays: Why the Legend of Kawasaki Grows

    Kawasaki was the engineer of last night's come-from-behind win in Cleveland . In the ninth inning, with two outs Munenori Kawasaki delivered a sharp single up the middle to drive ...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about 1 year ago 2,067 reads 1 comments

  6. Toronto Blue Jays: Where Do They Go from Here?

    So where do the Blue Jays go from here? (NOTE: This analysis does not include last night's game). After a season-saving 11 game win streak they are just 5-10 in their last 15 games...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about 1 year ago 892 reads 1 comments

  7. Toronto Blue Jays: 10 Most Memorable Highlights of the Season's First Half

    The Toronto Blue Jays have had quite the interesting first half of the season. From bottoming out, and many calling them down and out in May, to a franchise-tying eleven game winning streak, the Blue Jays have seen it all...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about 1 year ago 892 reads 2 comments

  8. Fantasy Baseball: 6 Big-Name Veterans You Need to Stop Clinging onto

    Fantasy baseball always allows you to have allegiances. Every fantasy GM has certain players that they draft every year and have a personal attachment to...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about 1 year ago 8,136 reads 29 comments

  9. Toronto Blue Jays: 1st-Quarter Grades by Every Unit

    The Toronto Blue Jays have finally turned a corner. They have won six of their last nine and are a very streaky team right now, having a three-game win streak followed by a three-game losing streak, and they are now back on a three-game win streak...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about 1 year ago 2,203 reads 4 comments

  10. Can J.P. Arencibia's Clutch Home Run Be a Catalyst for the Toronto Blue Jays?

    Last night, after watching the Toronto Maple Leafs tumble through a myriad of turnovers to the Boston Bruins, I quickly switched over to watch the conclusion of the Toronto Blue Jays game versus the Tampa Bay Rays ...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about 1 year ago 167 reads 3 comments

  11. Toronto Blue Jays Call Up Ricky Romero to Start Friday: What to Expect

    The Toronto Blue Jays have decided that it was time to get Ricky Romero back in the majors after only one game with High-A Dunedin, according to Brendan Kennedy of The Toronto Star ...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about 1 year ago 1,077 reads 4 comments

  12. Toronto Blue Jays: Grades for Every Player in April

    At 9-18, the Toronto Blue Jays have had a tough month. That is putting it lightly. The Blue Jays have been terrible and were one outfield throw away from being swept in the last two series against divisional opponents...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about 1 year ago 131 reads 15 comments

  13. Jose Bautista's 10 Biggest Threats to the A.L Home Run Title

    It is impressive to me that Jose Bautista has the most home runs in the American League over the past three seasons all while missing nearly half of last season (70 games)...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about 1 year ago 1,192 reads 7 comments

  14. Toronto Blue Jays: Tough to Win When Your Team Leader in AVG Is Batting .268

    Say what you want about the struggles of the starting pitching staff (4.87 cumulative ERA), but when you don't hit the baseball you won't win games. As of Thursday, April 25 2013, J...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about over 1 year ago 881 reads 2 comments

  15. Toronto Blue Jays: How Wednesday's Win Could Be a Season-Changing Event

    The Toronto Blue Jays won a great game Wednesday night 8-6 against the Detroit Tigers after trailing 6-1 in the fifth inning. Mark Buehrle was bounced early on after another disappointing start (4...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about over 1 year ago 1,186 reads 4 comments

  16. Each Toronto Blue Jays Starting Player's Biggest Strength

    As many of us know, the Toronto Blue Jays have lofty expectations this season. Whether it be from the odds in Vegas to the chatter around the league to the success-starved fans, everyone agrees that the Blue Jays should make the playoffs this season...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about over 1 year ago 1,535 reads 3 comments

  17. 1 Bold Prediction for Every Player on Toronto Blue Jays 25-Man Roster

    Everyone loves to talk and make claims about the upcoming season. The Blue Jays roster is essentially filled with question marks...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about over 1 year ago 2,083 reads 20 comments

  18. Toronto Blue Jays: What to Expect in the Home Opener; 5 Reasons the Jays'll Win

    For the second straight season the Blue Jays will open the season against the Cleveland Indians and against Justin Masterson. However, this time the lineup will feature many new faces and a different ace on the mound for the Blue birds...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about over 1 year ago 1,539 reads 10 comments

  19. Toronto Blue Jays: Ricky Romero Optioned to Single-A Dunedin; an Analysis

    As you have already heard, the Blue Jays have optioned last year's opening day starter and incumbent "ace," Ricky Romero , to Single-A Dunedin to work on his command and delivery through some mechanical adjustments...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about over 1 year ago 133 reads 26 comments

  20. Toronto Blue Jays: 5 Biggest Spring Training Busts of 2013

    It really depends on who you talk to when the topic is Spring Training. Many believe that it means nothing. Many believe it can be a sign of things to come. Many believe that they don't know what to believe...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about over 1 year ago 3,014 reads 19 comments

  21. Toronto Blue Jays: Final Predictions for Every Spring Training Position Battle

    The Toronto Blue Jays have some of the biggest question marks in regard to positional battles. With such an influx of talent, many Opening Day jobs are up for grabs. But with such a vast amount of assets, it will be tough to sit a very skilled player...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about over 1 year ago 3,242 reads 15 comments

  22. Fantasy Baseball: 7 Players Killing Their Fantasy Draft Stock This Spring

    Depending on who you talk to, there are a myriad of opinions on the importance of spring training. Some believe that it is an important tune-up for the season and that those who perform well will translate that success to Opening Day...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about over 1 year ago 6,673 reads 6 comments

  23. Fantasy Baseball 2013: 6 Players Whose New Positions Raise/Lower Their Value

    Every year there are new players that move teams, move roles and thus their value. 2013 is no exception as both free agency, trades and everything in between help dictate fantasy value...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about over 1 year ago 1,262 reads 1 comments

  24. 12 Fantasy Baseball Hitting Stars You Can Grab in Later Rounds

    Fantasy Baseball is one of the most exciting times of the year, and especially the draft. Many GMs take weeks and weeks to formulate a strategy to acquire the best combination of hitting, pitching and speed...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about over 1 year ago 4,513 reads 5 comments

  25. Toronto Blue Jays Unveil Starting Rotation: Issues on the Horizon?

    Toronto Blue Jays manager John Gibbons unveiled his starting rotation (as tentative as it can be on February 5) at the annual State of the Franchise meeting...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about over 1 year ago 437 reads 79 comments