Monthly Archives: June 2015

Search for perfection

After yesterday’s game, I saw at least two people in my Facebook feed who were – understandably – very unhappy with Aaron Loup. One of the two wanted him demoted, released, or quite possibly immediately shot, even though yesterday’s outing … Continue reading

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Turnaround

On May 23, in this very space, I wrote: One of the classic truisms in baseball is that you never judge a team by their worst stretch of games. The Jays are better than they have been playing. But they probably … Continue reading

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One-run games in excruciating detail

If you’ve been following the Blue Jays closely, you probably know that they are playing below .500 ball despite scoring more runs than they’ve allowed. After Friday night’s game, the Jays have now scored 289 runs and allowed 250; this … Continue reading

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