The Blue Jays “Stuff” Report – Volume 1

The Blue Jays Stuff Report will be appearing in this space every two weeks. The metric was created by Dr. Mike Sonne, who has a PhD in biomechanics from McMaster University. For his work on pitcher fatigue, injury, and other baseball related research, please visit his website over at Welcome to the first Toronto Blue […]


What We Already Know About the 2016 Blue Jays

The beginning of the regular season is always full of the stories that emerged throughout spring training. Some of these stories hint at breakthroughs, adjustments, and developments that have the potential to bode very well for the 2016 Blue Jays; Aaron Sanchez has developed his secondary stuff and put on weight (so why are we […]


Drew Storen Named Setup Man; A Temporary Loss for Progressive Thinking

Just yesterday it was announced that Roberto Osuna, the 21-year old Mexican who single handedly kept the bullpen looking somewhat respectable over the first two months of the 2015 season, would again be acting as the fireman at the back-end of John Gibbons’ bullpen to start the 2016 season. While Osuna did absolutely nothing to lose the […]

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If He’s Not Going to Start, the Jays Should Trade Aaron Sanchez

The Great Aaron Sanchez Debate of 2016 is finally coming to a close. The Blue Jays regular season opens up this coming Sunday against Tampa, so Toronto will have to very quickly decide who fits into the rotation plans. The overwhelming majority of fans want Sanchez to start, the front office seems to want him […]

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Artificial Turf Wars Ep 4: Turf Central with Jamie Campbell

Jamie Campbell stops by to discuss Sportsnet’s Jays coverage and his favourite moments from last year, as well as to look ahead to the 2016 season. Greg, Josh, and Chris also discuss Roberto Osuna’s desire to pitch in relief, the Aaron Sanchez/Gavin Floyd fight for the fifth starter spot, Troy Tulowitzki’s injury scare, Marcus Stroman […]


A Fantasy Baseball Guide to the Toronto Blue Jays

March baseball can get tedious. The games are slow and full of players most of us will never see or hear from ever again. Thankfully, there is something to break up all the split-squad games, designated hitters in the National League, and Goose Gossage rants. If, like me, you think you know more about running a […]


How the Blue Jays Can Emulate the Rays Pitching Success

The 2016 season opens for the Blue Jays in Tampa Bay against the Rays, and it’s an interesting coincidence, at least in the purview of this article, given the way that the new Toronto front office appears to be constructing its pitching staff. It’s certainly not a bad strategy to mimic; despite getting just 24 total […]