Double Play: Can't worry too much about Jays' struggles

Is it good that the Jays lost two in a row like they did against the Tampa Bay Rays? Of course not, but it's also not the end of the world. ...more

Double Play: Moving the Phillies series hurts Jays' fans

If the early Your! Calls on are any indication, Toronto Blue Jays fans are going to be really angry, now that the series between the Jays and Phillies at the end of June has been relocated from Toronto to Philadelphia because of the G20 Summit. ...more

Double Play: Reviewing a baseball book binge

A book review-ish blog after a personal record reading binge that includes biographies of Ted Williams, Babe Ruth and Jackie Robinson. ...more

Double Play: Jays coming up empty at home in early season

With April rapidly drawing to a close and my projected American League Champion in Boston floundering hopelessly away (seriously, preseason predictions are a no win situation), my attention has shifted to empty seats at Rogers Centre. ...more

Double Play: How will the Jays offence fare in 2010?

After looking at the Toronto Blue Jays' starting pitching and bullpen situations last week, the Double Play Blog returns with a breakdown of the starting nine and how the club's offence will stack up in the American League. ...more

Double Play: Predicting division and World Series winners

With Major League Baseball's regular season less than a week away the writers of the Double Play Blog along with fantasy expert Scott Cullen give their division, wild card and World Series winners. ...more

Double Play: How will the Jays bullpen fare in 2010?

A day after taking a closer look at the Toronto Blue Jays starting rotation, the Double Play Blog weighs in with thoughts on who will close for the club in 2010, and what the team should expect from the other men in the bullpen. ...more

Double Play: Jays starting rotation a work in progress

With the start of the MLB regular season less than two weeks away, the Double Play Blog breaks down what can be expected from the Toronto Blue Jays crop of starting pitchers. ...more

Double Play: Which team has the top rotation in baseball?

The addition of John Lackey this offseason was brutal news for opponents of the Red Sox. When it comes to top rotations, Boston has got to considered one of the most dangerous. Take a look at our picks for MLB's top rotations and give us your take in this edition of Double Play. ...more

MLB Preview: Yanks headline tough AL East; Jays rebuilding

The American League East did nothing to shake its reputation as baseball's toughest division in the offseason. With the Yankees, Red Sox and Rays all seemingly stronger, rebuilding clubs like the Orioles and Blue Jays could be in for very long seasons. ...more

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