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Seung Hwan Oh is Searching For a Secondary Pitch

After a successful career in Korea and Japan, Seung Hwan Oh came over two seasons ago to the St. Louis Cardinals. He made major league...
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It’s Been a Quiet Offseason, And That’s a Good Thing

The lack of activity by the Blue Jays this winter has been a source of frustration for the fan base. Without signings or trades...
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Is Signing Jay Bruce A Good Idea?

Since the Blue Jays tried and failed to acquire Jay Bruce during the 2016 offseason, his name has remained linked to the team. The...
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Shohei Ohtani Signs, Jays Wild Card Hopes Plummet

https://twitter.com/Angels/status/939239236514955264 The Shohei Ohtani sweepstakes are finally over, and he's chosen the Los Angeles Angels. This is not good news for the Blue Jays. I...
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An Exercise in Offseason Patience and Perspective

There's no sugar coating it. This offseason has been the worst. It it weren’t for Shohei Ohtani’s posting and the Giancarlo Stanton trade, one...
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Building a Good Bullpen on a Shoestring Budget

Since the Blue Jays hired Mark Shapiro in 2015, the team has avoided handing out big contracts to relief pitchers. The largest commitments to...

Looking Beyond Tyler Clippard’s Ugly ERA

It's right there, staring you in the face. Go to his stats page on any of the major websites and you can't miss it....
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Finding A Path To 88 Wins

If you're a fan of projection systems (I am) then you probably know that the Blue Jays are projected to win 83 games next...
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Should The Blue Jays Trade For Jay Bruce?

Earlier this week JP Morosi reported that the Jays were interested in trading for Jay Bruce or Curtis Granderson of the Mets. My initial...
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Shapiro and Atkins and the Concept of Value

Value is not a word some fans like to hear. To them, it represents cheapness. It’s an excuse peddled by a front office when...