Tag Archives: Blue Jays

One last season for the B-Mets?

I wasn’t planning another post today, but then the long-rumored news that Ottawa’s attempts to bring in a Double-A club in 2013 might mean the end of the Binghamton Mets seemed to become a reality. So that sparked some speculation on Twitter of where the affiliations would end up. For some reason, affiliations in minor

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2008 Preview: AL East

BOSTON RED SOX In general What’s not to like about the Red Sox? Really only one thing: Curt Schilling’s shoulder. Clearly, Boston was counting on Schilling as its likely third starter with the $8-million deal it signed him to in the offseason. Had they had any doubts about his healthy, they surely would’ve offered him

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Embedded baseball writing

Tom Verducci’s outstanding first-person account of his five days spent as a player with the Toronto Blue Jays is a fascinating look into a major-league clubhouse. Spring training is definitely the time to do it. Had he managed to gain access for five days during the season in April (which, of course, wouldn’t happen because

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