Possible 2013 Jays Lineup?

Over the past week, the Toronto Blue Jays have underwent a massive transformation. With the acquisitions they’ve made, its pretty exciting when you look at the possible lineup for next season. 1. Jose Reyes (SS) 2. Melky Cabrera (LF) 3. Jose Bautista (RF) 4. Edwin Encarnacion (1B) 5. Adam Lind (DH) 6. Brett Lawrie (3B)…

Alex Anthopoulos, You’re a God

Unless you’re a sports fan living under a rock, you’ve heard about the gargantuan trade that sent Josh Johnson, Mark Buehrle, Jose Reyes, Emilio Bonafacio and John Buck to Toronto in exchange for Yunel Escobar, Aideny Hecchavaria, Henderson Alvarez, Jeff Mathis and 3 prospects. Not only is this the biggest trade in Toronto Blue Jays franchise history,…

2013 MLB free agents (Fielders)

Since I wrote about the Jays options concerning pitchers in free agency, might as well talk about the batters! I know that Toronto’s not really in need of that much more offense, but there are some solid options when you look at the players set to hit the market on midnight saturday. If the Jays…

2013 MLB free agents (Pitchers)

Going in to 2013’s free agency period, it’s clear that they Jays have some serious holes to fill, particularly in the starting rotation. This has been the teams weak spot over the past couple seasons, especially in the 2012 campaign. Looking at some of the free agent starting pitchers, there ARE a couple solid options for the Jays…

Positives from the Jays 2012 Season

Though this season has been considered a failure among many, there were some positives that came out of this year. First of all, and I know you should never use injuries as an excuse, but in this situation, I think you can. 3/5 of our starting rotation was injured, with two of those injuries resulting…

Why Yu no Come to Toronto?

Yu Darvsh, the Japanese pitching sensation, was won by the Texas Rangers in yesterday’s bid. This is how the bidding process works: Each team has the option to either submit, or not submit a bid on the player in question. The teams send their bids to the Major League Baseball head office, who then sends…

How Alex Anthopoulos changed the Blue Jays

Alex Anthopoulos took over J.P Richardi’s Genereal Managing position back in 2009. Since then, he has revolutionized the way the Blue Jays and other teams in baseball think about building their team. Through a series of trades, free agent and latin signings, baseball has learned a new way to build a team without using the traditional way…