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Jose Bautista Fighting Decline

By Craig Edwards

PUBLISHED: Nov 17, 2016, 3:42 pm EST

Back in 2008, after a half-decade of great hitting, David Ortiz slumped a bit, recording “only” a 124 wRC+. At 32, it was fair to expect some decline in performance. An offensive line 24% better than league average — as opposed to...

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The Argument Against Edwin Encarnacion

By Craig Edwards

PUBLISHED: Nov 16, 2016, 4:10 pm EST

The title of this post serves is a warning, but not an absolute one. There’s a price at which just about any player becomes palatable. If Edwin Encarnacion were available to a team for just $1 this offseason, that team should sign...

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Aaron Sanchez Will Try to Save the Blue Jays’ Season

By Craig Edwards

PUBLISHED: Oct 18, 2016, 1:42 pm EDT

A year ago, mentioning Aaron Sanchez and “save” in the same sentence might have been regarded as a commentary on the right hander’s potential future in the closer role. After excelling in the bullpen at the end of 2014, Sanchez moved to the rotation in 2015 and put up a 5.21 FIP in 11 starts, […]

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Jose Bautista Thinks the ALCS Is Rigged

By Craig Edwards

PUBLISHED: Oct 17, 2016, 3:39 pm EDT

Losing is generally not a fun, enjoyable experience. Winning is better, and when you don’t win, sometimes you look for reasons why that coveted win didn’t occur. In baseball, the margin between winning and losing is often very small, and that has certainly been the case in the American League Championship Series: both of the […]

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Trusting Blue Jays Closer Roberto Osuna

By Craig Edwards

PUBLISHED: Oct 11, 2016, 9:16 am EDT

In this year’s postseason, relievers have received attention based on when (or if) they have entered the game. For the Toronto Blue Jays and closer Roberto Osuna, there were questions a week ago whether Osuna would be able to pitch at all in the postseason after being removed from the Wild Card victory over the […]

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Weak Contact and the American League Cy Young Race

By Craig Edwards

PUBLISHED: Sep 23, 2016, 11:21 am EDT

To decipher which candidate is the most deserving, we’re going to have to split hairs.

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Melvin Upton Jr. Heads to Toronto, Continuing Preller Purge

By Craig Edwards

PUBLISHED: Jul 26, 2016, 2:13 pm EDT

Upton changed from albatross to asset.

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Jose Bautista and the New Slide Rule

By Craig Edwards

PUBLISHED: Apr 6, 2016, 9:58 am EDT

That didn’t take long. Just a few days into the season, we have a controversial play relating to the slide rule instituted this offseason. Last night, trailing 3-2 in the top of the ninth with the bases loaded and one out, Toronto Blue Jays batter Edwin Encarnacion hit a ground ball to Rays third baseman […]

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Jays, Mets, Royals Reaping the Rewards of On-Field Success

By Craig Edwards

PUBLISHED: Sep 10, 2015, 12:46 pm EDT

Television deals get a lot of publicity when it comes to looking at Major League Baseball finances. National television deals that went into effect in 2014 give MLB $1.5 billion per year through 2021, and local television deals have increased over the years providing more money to clubs to provide their product to those not […]

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Revamped Blue Jays Bullpen Playoff-Ready

By Craig Edwards

PUBLISHED: Aug 14, 2015, 2:22 pm EDT

You’ve probably heard about the Troy Tulowitzki trade. The one that turned the Toronto Blue Jays’ already mighty offense into a juggernaut incapable of losing. The trade for David Price made some news, too. A team with a few mid-rotation starters but lacking an ace at the top and depth at the bottom was reinvigorated with […]

ADDED: Aug 14, 2015, 3:15 pm via fangraphs.com

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