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Articles by: Ty Norton

View from the Couch: Blue Jays Wishes and Resolutions

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We are in the season where children provide their Christmas “wish list” and adults make resolutions for the New Year and also make “wish lists.” With that being said, lets take a sneak peek on ...

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Toronto: Come Play With Us!

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With free agency opening and Blue Jays already making two transactions today, trading for reliever Jeremy Jeffress from Kansas city and signing Macier Izturis to a 3 year deal, it got me thinking: from a ...

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Blue Jays Wish List: 2013 Edition

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With what could be described as a “eventful” 2012 season for the Jays, from injuries to controversies to the Manager being traded, focus is now turning to 2013 in what the team has been saying ...

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Who is in Left in 2013?

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Leftfield for the Toronto Blue Jays has been a revolving door for years.  Names like Reed Johnson, Ben Francisco, Gabe Gross, and Shannon Stewart have occupied the position. This year, the big battle in camp ...

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Managerial Heat

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A quick glance at the upcoming series between the Toronto Blue Jays and Boston Red Sox and it looks like a boring series between two teams fighting for fourth place in the American League East. ...

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Blog Days Of Summer

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The “dog days of summer” in baseball terms is the period between the All-Star Game and September first.  It is a time where teams are in the middle portion of their schedule, where the season ...

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Bullpen: A Revolving Door

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Coming into this year, the bullpen was once again supposed to be one of the strengths of the Blue Jays, but injuries and trades have forced the team to call-up and send down relievers on ...

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Positional Shuffle?

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With the rash of injuries that continue to hit the Blue Jays, it has given some prospects their first taste of Major League Baseball. One of them who has benefitted is highly touted shortstop Adeiny ...

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A View from the Couch: Who Gets The Call?

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With the Blue Jays in the middle of the wild-card race, what we as fans have to remember is that if this team gets a wild-card spot, there is no best-of-five right away. There is ...

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A View from the Couch: National League East Favourites

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In part four of a six-part series, I look at my favourite all-time players from teams in the National League East.

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