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On Your Request, I Compile a List: Jays Can Compete in 2011

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Analysis of the Blue Jays playoffs potential for 2011.

Buck to Marlins deal done . . . 3 yr / 18M

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Anyone know who the Marlins were bidding against here?

I Was So Full of Scotch, I Could Not Stand Up: Why Did the Braves Give Us Yunel Escobar?

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This piece looks at just how good of a move it was for the Toronto Blue Jays to acquire Yunel Escobar

It's Like Fear and Loathing, Except on Cape Cod: Jays Beat Red Sox 11-9, Jose Bautista Sets Homerun Record

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Recap for the Toronto Blue Jays - Boston Red Sox game on 17 Sept 2010. The Jays won 11-9 and Jose Bautista set a new Jays single-season homerun record.

GameThread
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Pressure's Gonna Drop on You: Texas Rangers at Toronto Blue Jays GameThread

The Jays managed to salvage one from the Yankees yesterday thanks in large part to another good start from Brett Cecil and a few homeruns.  They look to build on that win this Labour Day afternoon...

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We Don't Need Compelling Evidence that Jose Bautista is Not on Steroids

An argument against making arguments for Jose Bautista not being on steroids. When the original claims have no real basis, there is no reason to argue against them.

If I Don't Write, Then I'm Okay: Mea Culpa for Being Gone and an Analysis of the Starting Pitching

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A discussion of how valuable the Toronto Blue Jays starting pitching has been.

It's Only for the Things that Matter, Only for the Things that Really Count: Keys to the 2010 Season and Beyond, Part XII

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Part XII of a 12-part series on keys to the Toronto Blue Jays 2010 season. This part was originally supposed to focus on Dustin McGowan, but instead focuses on Brandon Morrow.

It's Only for the Things that Matter, Only for the Things that Really Count: Keys to the 2010 Season and Beyond, Part XI

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Part XI of a 12-part series on keys to the Toronto Blue Jays 2010 season. This part focuses on the development of future Jays catchers J.P. Arencibia, Travis d'Arnaud and Carlos Perez.

Morrow Dazzles, Blue Jays Shut Out Cardinals 5-0: Serve Me the Sky with a Big Slice of Lemon

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Recap of the 24 June 2010 game between the Toronto Blue Jays and Saint Louis Cardinals from the viewpoint of Jays fans. The Blue Jays won 5-0.

It's Only for the Things that Matter, Only for the Things that Really Count: Keys to the 2010 Season and Beyond, Part X

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Part X of a 12-part series on keys to the Toronto Blue Jays 2010 season. This part focuses on Zach Stewart's development.

Litsch Looks Good, Blue Jays shut out Giants 3 - 0: Yea, Yeah; Yea, Yea, Yea, Yea, Yeah!

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Recap of the 19 June 2010 game between the Toronto Blue Jays and San Francisco Giants from the viewpoint of Jays fans. The Blue Jays won 3-0.

It's Only for the Things that Matter, Only for the Things that Really Count: Keys to the 2010 Season, Part IX

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Part IX of a 12-part series on keys to the Toronto Blue Jays 2010 season. This part focuses on Travis Snider's emergence.

It's Only for the Things that Matter, Only for the Things that Really Count: Keys to the 2010 Season, Part VIII

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Part VIII of a 12-part series on keys to the Toronto Blue Jays 2010 season. This part focuses on Shaun Marcum's continued growth.

It's Only for the Things that Matter, Only for the Things that Really Count: Keys to the 2010 Season, Part VII

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Part VII of XII in a series on the keys to the Toronto Blue Jays 2010 season. This part focuses on the growth of southpaws Marc Rzepczynski and Brett Cecil

I Wanna Destroy You: Jays Come Back in Eighth, Blow Lead in Ninth and Win in Twelfth, 7-4

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Recap of the Toronto Blue Jays 7-4 defeat of the Chicago White Sox on 7 May 2010.

It's Only for the Things that Matter, Only for the Things that Really Count: Keys to the 2010 Season and Beyond, Part VI

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This is the sixth part of a series of posts on the keys to the Toronto Blue Jays 2010 season. It focuses on Brett Wallace's development.

Shaun Marcum Gets Run Support, Wins for the First Time Since 2008

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Recap of Toronto Blue Jays 9-3 defeat of Oakland A's on Sunday 2 May 2010.

It's Only for the Things that Matter, Only for the Things that Really Count: Keys to the 2010 Season and Beyond, Part V

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This is the third part of a series of posts on the keys to the Toronto Blue Jays 2010 season. It focuses on the importance of the re-emergence of Vernon Wells

It's Only for the Things that Matter, Only for the Things that Really Count: Keys to the 2010 Season and Beyond, Part IV

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This is the third part of a series of posts on the keys to the Toronto Blue Jays 2010 season. It focuses on Ricky Romero's continued emergence.

It's Only for the Things that Matter, Only for the Things that Really Count: Keys to the 2010 Season and Beyond, Part III

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This is the third part of a series of posts on the keys to the Toronto Blue Jays 2010 season. It focuses on the continued growth of Aaron Hill and Adam Lind.

It's Only for the Things that Matter, Only for the Things that Really Count: Keys to the 2010 Season and Beyond, Part II

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Part II of a series on the keys to the Toronto Blue Jays 2010 season and beyond. This post focuses on the importance of the continued emergence of Kyle Drabek as a force in the high minors.

It's Only for the Things that Matter, Only for the Things that Really Count: Keys to the 2010 Season and Beyond, Part I

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A brief overview of the keys to the Toronto Blue Jays 2010 season and the long-term implications thereof.

I Hope AA Didn't Learn this from Omar Minaya

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The man who referred to our GM as "a good kid [who] just has to "learn to slow down" just doesn't have enough time to wait for the results of a physical.

I'm Crazy, So What's the Fuss?: What to Expect from Scott Richmond in 2010

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An optimistic outlook on Scott Richmond's potential contribution to the 2010 Toronto Blue Jays.

Fielding Bible Awards

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Aaron Hill voted best fielding second baseman in the game. Lyle Overbay, Scott Rolen, Marco Scutaro and Rod Barajas also ranked top-10 at their positions.

It's Yesterday Once More, Except It's Better Than It Was Before: 2009 Roy Halladay > 2006 Roy Halladay

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How is Roy Halladay even better than he was four years ago? A quick look at how he's managed to improve.

GameThread
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It's Memories that I'm Stealing, But You're Innocent When You Dream: GameThread for Toronto Blue Jays at Boston Red Sox, 30 Sept 2009, 7:10 PM EDT

Well, our corvids look to keep our their fine play over the last week and a half (having won five straight and eight of the last nine). Roy Halladay is on the hill for the Jays and -- since Boston...

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