Series Preview: A’s vs. Blue Jays, August 9-11, 2013

Feature

Toronto Blue Jays (53-61 .465 15.5 GB) vs. Oakland A’s (64-49 .566 0 GB) FRI 7:07PM EDT (SNET1): Jarrod Parker (7-6 4.02 ERA) vs. Esmil Rogers (3-6 4.61 ERA) SAT 1:07PM EDT (SNET): A.J. Griffin (10-8 3.91 ERA) vs Mark Buehrle (7-7 4.41 ERA) SUN 1:07PM EDT (SNET): TBA vs. R.A. Dickey (9-11 4.49 ERA) TEAM [...]

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What Should The Jays Do Today?

Analysis

Today is Major League Baseball’s non-waiver trading deadline. The Blue Jays have two months left in what has been a disappointing season. Touted as favourites to win the AL East coming into the year, the end of July finds the team mired in last place in the AL East 9.5 games back of a playoff [...]

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How’s My Line Driving? A Player-By-Player Review of The 2013 Jays So Far

Analysis

Yesterday, Kieran took on the dreary task of investigating how well the Blue Jays pitching staff has fared against our pre-season expectations. Now it’s my turn to take a look at what we saw from the position players prior to the All-Star break. J.P. Arencibia The Jays catcher has had a woeful first half. He [...]

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How Do You Spell Relief? B-U-L-L-P-E-N. A Pitcher-By-Pitcher Review of The 2013 Jays So Far

Analysis

Back in February, Matt and I eagerly predicted grand things for the 2013 Blue Jays. Needless to say, the team and its players have not lived up to our lofty expectations. While there is still a lot of baseball to be played, it’s fair to say the Blue Jays have disappointed with their performance at [...]

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Should The Jays Send Munenori Kawasaki Down?

Analysis

Last night it was announced that Jose Reyes will be activated in time for tomorrow afternoon’s game in Tampa Bay. This is of course great news for the Blue Jays, but it brings to the forefront the question of Munenori Kawasaki’s fate. We haven’t discussed it very much on this site, but this debate has [...]

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