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MLB Draft: Day Three Recap – Rounds 11-40

Today marked day three of Major League Baseball’s amateur draft. If you didn’t know anyone without a famous father selected on days one and two, you’re really not going to know anyone picked today. But it doesn’t mean the players picked today won’t be able to make an impact in the major leagues some day. […]

Blue Jays Fans

Reflecting on the Blue Jays Twitter Experience

Yesterday, the National Post reported some of the findings from an academic study of the Toronto Blue Jays Twitter community conducted by PhD candidate Katie Sveinson. The elements of Sveinson’s study covered by the National Post were about how people are often driven apart through their discussion of the Blue Jays via Twitter. An idea […]

Vlad Guerrero Jr

Keeping Vlad in the Minors Might be the Best Choice

After a horrendous start in 2017, the Blue Jays currently sit two and a half games back of the second wildcard spot that many of us envisioned them contending for. Along with the positive start to the season, we’ve seen the potential breakout of Teoscar Hernandez, J.A. Happ striking out the world, and everyone’s favorite […]

Rogers Centre Hitters Park

Is the Rogers Centre Really a Hitter Friendly Ballpark?

One of baseball’s most distinct characteristics is the varying dimensions of each individual field of play. Things like the Green Monster, McCovey Cove, and Tal’s Hill (the former ridiculous outfield incline at Minute Maid Park) all bring unique quirks to ballparks that aren’t found anywhere else. The implications of these distinctive dimensions is that a […]