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Bautista, Lind and Lawrie are all crucial to their success.
Is it still the best division in baseball?
Excellent morality isn't a criterion for induction.
There's no reason for the commissioner's office to step in here.
On approaching players with legal troubles
Can't we all just get along?
What should stay? What should go? What should be changed?
In the case of Tim Lincecum, yes.
Scully, Harrelson and local broadcasters in between
The 2012 season will have a tight stretch run.
An honor long overdue.
Yes, they should.
Make sure he doesn't put his back into it.
Judge trrades knowing that teams operate under many conditions unknown to the public.
A mechanical tweak in his swing could send balls flying.
Baseball is progressing at the same pace of other mainstream sports.
He has the opportunity to go out on top in an unusual way.
The difference between preseason expectation and season long performance.
Lawrie's encounter with Bill Miller reignites the debate regarding umpires.
Taking a look at Dirk Hayhurst's latest book.
The Jays are ready to step above the .500 plateau
Could he be a useful pitcher for some team again?
The unbearable yearly wait for baseball is almost over.
Part two looks at the Jays' quirkiest pitching staff ever.
Yu Darvish rumor-mongering was brought to a fever pitch by social media insanity.
Baseball is inherently tied to history, and a uniform will never change that.
Looking at where Toronto stands in its quest for contention.
The 1994 lockout didn't just bring a playoff drought to Toronto, it also brought an influx of one-of-a-kind characters.
Brian Matusz's difficult 2011 season is surely a disappointment, but patience is needed, former Blue Jays can attest.
Jeff Mathis has been blazing a trail of awful since his major league debut. It is time that we acknowledge his efforts.
A change of scenery has led to the blossoming of Yunel Escobar.