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The Blue Jays Will Lose 80 Games

Our last article discussed why all of the newcomers would play key roles in helping the Toronto Blue Jays to win ninety games, and a likely American League East crown. With the Jays now 3 – 6 and stinking up ball parks across North America, let us examine why the Jays are overrated will be a slightly above .500 team. Read moreRead more


The Toronto Blue Jays will Win 90 Games

With the new Major League Baseball Season upon us, there has been a lot of excitement in Toronto surrounding the new look Toronto Blue Jays. The team has been revamped after an extremely disappointing 2012 season. Can the new players stay healthy and on the field long enough to dethrone the Yankees as division champs? Lets analyze why the Jays will win over 90 games and take the AL East crown. Read moreRead more


Toronto Blue Jays Season Preview

As the weather warms up in Toronto, my thoughts turn to two things. One, is that the Leafs and Raptors are almost done another miserable season where they will both miss the playoffs by a considerable margin, and probably finish just high enough in the standings to NOT get the chance to draft a franchise player to turn these miserable teams around. My second thought is a little bit more pleasant. That the Toronto Blue Jays are about to embark on a brand new season in Major League Baseball’s hell, the American League East. All is not lost for the Jays. Many industry gurus and prognosticators have the Jays labeled as a “sleeper” pick to upset a lot of higher payroll teams and win the new Wild Card that is being introduced this season. For the first time in Major League baseball history, there will be TWO wild cards handed out in each league. The two wild cards will playoff in a one game do or die format where the winner will face the first place team in the league in the first round of the playoffs. That means that hypothetically, the Jays can finish third in their division and still qualify for the Wild Card. Its not a lock, but it could happen. Here are the things that need to occur for the Jays to have a shot. Read moreRead more


MLB 2K12 and NBA 2K12 Combo Pack!

Giving sports fans something special to cheer about this season, 2K Sports today announced the MLB 2K12/NBA 2K12 Combo Pack will be available for purchase on March 6, 2012 at participating retailers for the MSRP of $69.99 exclusively for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft. Read moreRead more


Jose Bautista Named Cover Athlete for MLB 12 The Show

Sony Computer Entertainment Canada (SCEC) announced today the Canadian edition of MLB® 12 The Show™ featuring Toronto Blue Jays All-Star right fielder Jose Bautista as cover athlete for the number-one selling and rated Major League Baseball® (MLB®) game franchise. This marks the first time that MLB The Show has had a separate cover athlete for the Canadian edition. The second runner-up for the 2011 American League (AL) Most Valuable Player (MVP) Award, Bautista had another stellar season at the plate leading the Majors in home runs with 43. Read moreRead more


Toronto Blue Jays Offseason Moves: Prince Fielder

As a Toronto sports fan, I am getting fed up. Across all of the sports teams this city has, certain things are consistent. We have rich ownership, high profile and highly respected General Managers, a world class city and market, and a loyal fan base that would fill a stadium up for a winner. Yes I said it. Toronto fans would flock to the Rogers center for a winner. Back in 93 and 94, the glory years of the Blue Jays, the Skydome was regularly packed. Not many baseball teams can lure 50,000 fans to watch their team, but Toronto did it. Read moreRead more


Derek Jeter Joins the 3000 Hit Club

The wait is finally over. Derek Jeter, the captain of the Yankees finally joined the 3000 hit club, and did so in style. The New York Yankees were facing the Tampa Bay Rays on Saturday July 9th, 2011. Derek Jeter was going into the game two hits short of 3000. In the first inning leading off, Jeter singled. The next time he came up in the third inning everyone in the stadium stood up as they knew magic might be happening. Read moreRead more


Rawlings Adirondack 232 Big Stick Baseball Bat Review

As the weather gets warmer in North America, thoughts turn to sunshine, beaches, barbeques, and America’s great past time, baseball. Many people love the game, for its high level of competition, and the great strategy behind it. Skill and coordination play a big role in being successful, but nothing helps a player more than having high quality equipment. Today I will be reviewing Rawlings’ Adirondack 232 Ash baseball bat. Read moreRead more


Honda Canada Gives Away Brand New Honda Civic at Toronto Blue Jays Home Opener!

One lucky baseball fan will be among first to own the ninth-generation Honda Civic! One lucky fan at Opening Night for the Toronto Blue Jays will drive away in a brand new Honda Civic. Honda Canada, the proud provider of the Official Vehicle of the Toronto Blue Jays and Rogers Centre, is hosting the Honda Opening Night celebrations against the Minnesota Twins on Friday, April 1st. Read moreRead more


Vernon Wells Traded To the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

The Toronto Blue Jays have traded away the most cumbersome contract in the history of Major League Baseball. On Friday Jays GM Alex Anthopoulos traded center fielder Vernon Wells to the Angels for catcher Mike Napoli and outfielder Juan Rivera. Many Jays fans are dancing in the streets celebrating the fact that Vernon won’t be owed 86 million dollars over the next four years. It certainly gives the Jays some financial flexibility going forward but in reality is it a good thing? Read moreRead more