An Early End to the Blue Jays Comeback (and Season)

TORONTO – Well, that didn’t last long. The hope, the optimism, the belief – they all died quickly in the Blue Jays’ ALCS Game 5 matinee against Cleveland. Cleveland scored three times, once in the first, then again in the third and fourth, and the Jays hardly threatened, if ever. Ryan Merritt threw slop that […]


Toronto vs. Cleveland: ALCS Game 4 Preview

Toronto Blue Jays vs. Cleveland October 17th, 2016 Written by Tammy Rainey and Eric Mercer Well, the Jays have done themselves no favours. One can only hope that they have a flair for the dramatic but that seems foolishly optmistic. At the start of the series, if you had guessed the Jays pitching would limit Cleveland […]


Blue Jays Bats Stay Silent

TORONTO – It’s no fun to pile on when a person is down, but so far in the American League Championship Series the Toronto Blue Jays have been completely outplayed in every facet. No one is going to point fingers at the Jays’ pitching, but a whole lot of weight falls on the shoulders of […]


ALCS Game 3 Recap: Cleveland 4, Blue Jays 2; Toronto Bleeds Out Slowly

Injury chased their starter early, but Cleveland’s bullpen continued to have an answer for every Jays threat. Toronto would never take the lead, falling 4-2 in the game and are now down 3-0 in the series. Cleveland drew first blood on a Mike Napoli double, but Toronto lashed back in the bottom of the 1st. After […]


Toronto vs Cleveland: ALCS Game 3 Preview

Toronto Blue Jays vs. Cleveland Monday, October 17th – 8:08 PM ET Written by Jenn Smith and Joshua Howsam For the second straight season, the Toronto Blue Jays return home down two games to none in the American League Championship Series. They begin their uphill battle tonight when Marcus Stroman takes the mound against Cleveland’s Trevor Bauer in […]

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