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The 9 Greatest Seasons by Position in Blue Jays History

By Andrew Arnold

PUBLISHED: Jan 13, 2017, 12:50 pm EST

Winter doldrums have taken me over. I miss baseball. I wake every morning, and like so many of you, scour social media for any sign of life from the Blue Jays front office. This week’s one year contracts to avoid arbitration provided...

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The Nine Best Blue Jays Free Agent Signings

By Andrew Arnold

PUBLISHED: Nov 4, 2016, 6:00 am EDT

Ok, so the season is over. The World Series was exciting, but the wrong teams were playing. Free agency officially began yesterday (kind of…teams can only negotiate with their own free agents for the first five days) and this Blue Jays team...

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The 9 Best Things To Do On An Off Day

By Andrew Arnold

PUBLISHED: Aug 22, 2016, 2:54 pm EDT

Well, that series against the Cleveland Baseball Club was incredibly disappointing. Any given Blue Jay fan will awake early this morning to prepare for another long week of work, awash only in the satisfaction that, as the old baseball adage goes, “there’s always tomorrow.” As said fan takes a break...

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The Nine Biggest Blue Jays All Star Snubs in History

By Andrew Arnold

PUBLISHED: Jul 11, 2016, 10:02 am EDT

Tomorrow, the Blue Jays will send five players to represent them at the All Star game, although Marco Estrada won’t play. When the teams were initially named, it appeared that Sanchez might have been snubbed. Saunders, too. After injury replacements and fan voting, however, it appears every Blue Jay who is deserving of consideration is […]

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The 9 Greatest First Round Draft Picks in Blue Jays History

By Andrew Arnold

PUBLISHED: Jun 16, 2016, 11:18 am EDT

This month, the Toronto Blue Jays selected 41 players in the amateur draft. Statistically, only about five or six of these players will ever get a chance to play in the major leagues. About 17 percent of drafted players make it for at least a cup of coffee. T.J. Zeuch, the Blue Jays first round […]

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The 9 Best Blue Jays One Year Wonders

By Andrew Arnold

PUBLISHED: May 5, 2016, 9:24 am EDT

I pretend, at times, to be a musician. Over the years, a staple of my sets for any gig I’ll play has become a tune written and recorded by a band of brothers in 1997. It’s a catchy little ditty that went number one in 27 countries. I’m speaking, of...

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The 9 Greatest Opening Day Performances in Blue Jays history

By Andrew Arnold

PUBLISHED: Apr 3, 2016, 6:30 am EDT

The 9 is a monthly list series that will take a look at interesting parts of Blue Jays history, with an attempt to throw in a fun fact or two for every entry. Why nine? Well, there are nine innings and nine players on the field, so it seemed like a proper baseball number. Without […]

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The Nine: Most Significant Spring Training Transactions in Blue Jays History

By Andrew Arnold

PUBLISHED: Mar 8, 2016, 9:57 am EST

The Nine is a monthly list series that will take a look at interesting parts of Blue Jays history, with an attempt to throw in a fun fact or two for every entry. Why nine? Well, there are nine innings and nine players on the field, so it seemed like a proper baseball number. Without […]

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The Nine: A Retrospective of the Jays Past Major Award Winners

By Andrew Arnold

PUBLISHED: Feb 16, 2016, 8:57 am EST

The nine. A concept accidentally created last summer when I set out to write a piece about the 10 most undervalued Blue Jays of all time, but in the process forget how to do basic math. Thus “The Nine” was … Continued The post The Nine: A Retrospective of the Jays Past Major Award Winners appeared first on Blue Jays Plus.

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Why Rickey Henderson is the Greatest Blue Jay of All-Time

By Andrew Arnold

PUBLISHED: Jan 20, 2016, 8:57 am EST

Everyone is entitled to their own opinion as to what defines baseball greatness. Some of my bluejaysplus.com compatriots will and have argued that statistics, or longevity, or awards, or even individual moments can be the pinnacle of greatness. I would … Continued The post Why Rickey Henderson is the Greatest Blue Jay of All-Time appeared first on Blue Jays Plus.

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