Blue Jays Fans Rebuilding Survival Guide

As one who is old and sometimes wise, let me tell you about the two favourite baseball teams from my youth. The 1976 Montreal Olympics seemed doomed from the start.  Cost overruns, labour disputes, and construction delays meant that the Games opened with barely-complete venues, and a legacy of debt that Quebecers paid off only … Continue reading Blue Jays Fans Rebuilding Survival Guide

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Who Else Can the Blue Jays Turn Into a Bullpen Power Guy?

The remarkable turnaround of Jordan Romano, who went from 40-man surplus to Rule 5 pass-around to minor league and ultimately MLB reliever in the space of about 8 months reminded me of something Mark Shapiro said at the end of an interview almost two years ago. We had just migrated to a new website, and … Continue reading Who Else Can the Blue Jays Turn Into a Bullpen Power Guy?

Why Jays Fans Need to Embrace the Losses for One More Year – A “Way-Too-Early” Look at the 2020 MLB Draft’s Top 10 Picks

    FBJ Draft Specialist Mason McRae encourages Blue Jays fans to think of the glass being half-full, as opposed to 90+ losses full.  You can follow Mason on Twitter:  @mason_mcrae By Mason McRae The Blue Jays currently sit with the third worst record in MLB. Most Jays fans would look at that as a … Continue reading Why Jays Fans Need to Embrace the Losses for One More Year – A “Way-Too-Early” Look at the 2020 MLB Draft’s Top 10 Picks

Blue Jays Eye Fisher Cats Rotation for Possible Starter

With Edwin Jackson allowing the Yankees to have an exit velo party last night, Blue Jays broadcaster Scott Mitchell broke the news that the team may look past Buffalo for his replacement: It sounds like #BlueJays are seriously considering at least a spot start for one of the arms in Double-A. I would guess Patrick … Continue reading Blue Jays Eye Fisher Cats Rotation for Possible Starter