Double Play: Predicting the NLDS

There are a lot of storylines to watch when the National League Division Series begin on Wednesday and Thursday. Canadian Joey Votto, who could win the National League Most Valuable Player Award, will go head-to-head with another Canadian favourite, long-time Blue Jay Roy Halladay when the Reds face the Phillies. ...more

Double Play: Predicting the ALDS

After a long season, the quest for the World Series begins in earnest on Wednesday when three of the four division series open up. With that in mind, here are some things to watch in both of the American League Division Series, as well as our Double Play Blog predictions. ...more

Double Play: Mixed bag for Canadians in MLB regular season

Players from north of the border are as prominent as ever in major league baseball, so with the regular season now complete, examines the achievements of select Canucks from the 2010 campaign. ...more

Double Play: Gaston deserves big send off from fans

With only two home games remaining in the schedule, Toronto Blue Jays manager Cito Gaston's time on the bench is coming to an end. The Double Play Blog looks back at Gaston's time, and hopes that Jays' fans take the opportunity to thank Gaston for World Series wins. ...more

Your! Call: What type of manager should the Jays look for?

With Cito Gaston's second tenure in Toronto set to end after the final 23 games, we thought it might be time to take a closer look at the types of managers the club could hire, and ask you which way you would like the see the club go. ...more

Double Play: Jays fail to maximize Accardo's trade value

It's hard to be critical of the job that Toronto Blue Jays general manager Alex Anthopoulos has done this year, but the Double Play Blog wonders about the club's handling of relief pitcher Jeremy Accardo. ...more

Double Play: Trying to explain Bautista's success

The surprising season of Blue Jays slugger Jose Bautista continued on Friday night when he clubbed his major-league-leading 42nd home run off of Justin Verlander. The Double Play Blog has a theory as to why Bautista has been so successful. ...more

Double Play: A-Rod's big moment met with a big shrug

It took 13 games to do it, but Alex Rodriguez has become the youngest player in baseball history to reach the 600 career home run plateau. The home run record used to be one of the, if not THE hallowed record in baseball. And yet A-Rod's chase of history has largely been met with a shrug. ...more

Double Play: Anthopoulos adds upside with Escobar deal

Toronto Blue Jays' General Manager Alex Anthopoulos struck again on Wednesday, pulling off a trade that no one expected, when he added Yunel Escobar from the Atlanta Braves. The Double Play Blog weighs in on the addition and gives thoughts as to why the deal makes sense for the Jays. ...more

Double Play: Jays should add to their bullpen

One of the biggest holes on the Toronto Blue Jays appears to be at the back of their bullpen. The Double Play blog thinks that while the club should protect their core assets, they should still spend the money to add a closer for the 2010 season. ...more

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