Apr 19, 2017; Toronto, Ontario, CAN; Toronto Blue Jays center fielder Kevin Pillar (11) hits a single in the second inning during a game against the Boston Red Sox at Rogers Centre. Mandatory Credit: Nick Turchiaro-USA TODAY Sports

Which Blue Jays are Putting the Barrel on the Ball?

Back in February I wrote an article around the Statcast ‘Barrels’ metric and how the Blue Jays (new and returning) stacked up in regards to that metric. If you haven’t heard much about Barrels and their ‘official’ definition, that article would be a great spot to brush up on them. You can see the leaderboard here. Just […]

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The Enhanced Frustration of Familiar Blue Jays Problems

Let’s get a few things straight. Starting the season at 1-6 really sucks. However, the Blue Jays will also be perfectly fine in 2017, and one week’s worth of games holds no predictive value. But damn the start to this season has been frustrating. Everything that could have gone wrong has, which looks even worse […]

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The Blue Jays and Impending Roster Decisions

The Toronto Blue Jays are playing rather well as of late and have launched themselves back into the upper echelon of the AL East. The team has hit its stride, but will have to shuffle some personnel with a handful of players set to return to the majors. While they should be getting their best […]

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Recap: A’s 5, Blue Jays 4; Dickey Done In By Davis’ Dual Dingers

After the bullpen couldn’t hold on for the win last night, the Blue Jays looked to rebound in an afternoon contest where Sonny Gray took the mound against R.A Dickey. Gray has struggled this year, coming in to today’s game with an ERA of 5.17, which is the highest in the American League. Josh Thole […]

MLB: Toronto Blue Jays at Detroit Tigers

Recap: Blue Jays 7, Tigers 2; Donaldson Dominates Despondent Detroit

The Blue Jays previous two games have run the gamut on the emotional investment side of things. The opener against the Tigers was an 11-0 laugher, and the Blue Jays were out of it from basically the get go. The second game featured a dominant performance by Aaron Sanchez, but unfortunately the offense couldn’t score […]