Category Archives: Blogs

Should the Jays sign A.J. Burnett?

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I got into an interesting Twitter argument with some other Blue Jay bloggers earlier this week in regards to the value of A.J. Burnett.  The argument being that they thought Burnett would be a valuable signing for the Jays and

A very hard good-bye

Player Profile: Justin Nicholino

With the minor league season closing out for the most part today, (save for a few Blue Jays minor league teams in the playoffs), I wanted to drop in and say that this unfortunately will be my last season covering

Preparing for the playoffs. A look at the Vancouver Canadians

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It’s hard to call a minor league affiliate that is a few thousand miles from its MLB parent a natural fit, but that is the best description I can think of about Toronto’s relationship with Vancouver.  The Blue Jays have

Kevin Pillar, poise beyond his years

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They say he’s just a 4th outfielder, playing way off his talent line and a drop off is imminent, and yet except for a couple bumps in the road Kevin Pillar has maintained his crazy pace, of turning into an

Kendall Graveman is finding success on and off the field

Player Profile: Justin Nicholino

While perusing through the Lansing game notes prior to Graveman’s professional debut in Lansing, I noticed one thing that told me we had something in common.  He was a Mechanical Engineering major and being an engineer myself, I was intrigued. 

Colby Rasmus a top 5 CF in the game .

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He has many critics, he has his critics but at the end of the day, Colby Rasmus is a a top CF in baseball. Colby’s slash line of .273/.335/.478 ranks 4th among all active CF’s. His 18 HR’s is T-ranked

Kevin Pillar still proving people wrong

Kevin Pillar was named the Midwest League MVP for the 2012 season. And has quickly been a fast riser in the Toronto organization

Guys drafted in the 32nd round don’t do things like this. They don’t win league MVP’s. They don’t get invited to play in the prestigious Arizona Fall League. And they certainly don’t go from low-A to triple-A in the span

State of the baby Jays. A review of the Toronto system with Marc Hulet

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I think everyone here is familiar with the work of Marc Hulet.  As most everyone knows, he used to be the guy on the old bluejayway.ca site that would do the nightly minor league recaps as well as give his