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A View from the Couch: Roadblocks – Week 4

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“Game 162″ as they refer to it in Tampa, by was all accounts the culmination of lady luck and resilience by the Tampa Bay Rays. Between the Boston Red Sox’s late-season collapse and loss to ...

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A View from the Couch: Roadblocks – Week 3

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The Yankees surprised everyone by not signing any of the big free agents available

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A View from the Couch: Roadblocks – Week 2

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After blowing a nine-game lead last September and losing the wild-card spot on the final day of the season, there were plenty of changes in Boston this off-season. With the revelation that several prominent pitchers ...

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A View from the Couch: Roadblocks – Week 1

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Once a week for the next month, I will preview a team in the American League East that is a roadblock between the Jays making the post-season. Today, we start with the Baltimore Orioles. A ...

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A View from the Couch: My love of the game

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Most people would assume that hockey is the sport of choice for every Canadian. As much as I enjoyed playing and watching hockey, baseball is my sport of choice, and many factors contribute to this. ...

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A View From the Couch: Favourite all-time Jay

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When most people are asked about who their favourite all-time Jays player is, most of the time it is the hitter who hit the most home runs or pitcher who had the most wins.  In ...

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A View from the Couch: Excuse me, I’ve got a question…

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Will This Year Be Different? With spring training about a month away, that means it is time for the Blue Jays to hold their annual “State of the Franchise” question period with season ticket holders ...

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A View From the Couch: Blue Jays Memories

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Growing up a baseball fan, I have many fond memories of attending Blue Jays games over the years, from my first visit to see them play at Exhibition Stadium as a youngster to my first ...

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A View from the Couch: Building the bullpen

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Heading into last year, the bullpen was supposed to be the strength of the Toronto Blue Jays. But 25 blown saves later, the bullpen became their biggest weakness. General Manager Alex Anthopoulos has made the ...

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A View From The Couch: Darvish Wrap-Up

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It was announced two nights ago that the Blue Jays did not win the bidding rights on Japanese pitcher Yu Darvish. The Texas Rangers won with a bid of $51.7 million for the right to ...

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