1. Toronto Blue Jays: 9 Realistic Predictions for Brett Lawrie's First Full Season

    Brett Lawrie exploded onto the scene in 2012. In 43 games, Lawrie hit .293 with nine home runs, 25 RBI, 26 runs and seven stolen bases. Extrapolated over a full season, that equates to 34 home runs, 94 RBI, 98 runs and 26 stolen bases...

    Michael Levine Written by Michael Levine about over 2 years ago 2,016 reads 8 comments

  2. Toronto Blue Jays: Are There Any Starting Pitchers Worth Pursuing?

    The Blue Jays desperately need help in their rotation. Ricky Romero has emerged as an ace but the back four starters are shaky at best. Brandon Morrow looks nearly unhittable at times but cannot maintain it over a full season...

    Michael Levine Written by Michael Levine about over 2 years ago 2,402 reads 13 comments

  3. Prince Fielder: Will Texas Rangers Bowing out Heighten Jays' Aggressiveness?

    It’s hard to know what exactly the Texas Rangers are planning these days. The Rangers have already made their big splash this offseason. Texas narrowly missed the 5:00 p...

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  4. Prince Fielder: 10 Reasons the Jays Should Swoop in and Steal Him

    Toronto Blue Jays fans have had their emotions toyed with all offseason. With Paul Beeston speculating that the Jays’ 2012 opening day payroll could be as high as $120 million, ...

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  5. MLB Trade Rumors: 11 Prospects Anthopoulos Should Not Trade This Offseason

    With the exceptions of Roy Oswalt and Edwin Jackson, the starting pitching free agent crop of 2012 has been harvested. After last season, it’s clear that the Toronto Blue Jays need help in their starting rotation and they need it now...

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  6. Toronto Blue Jays: Are the Jays Closer to Making the Playoffs in 2012?

    With the extended wild-card system in 2012, the Blue Jays , statistically, will have their best shot of making the postseason in recent memory. Alex Anthopoulos has made some solid minor moves this offseason, but these equate to ripples in a pond...

    Michael Levine Written by Michael Levine about over 2 years ago 1,506 reads 8 comments