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Ferguson: Recalling memorable Blue Jays pitching debuts

With all the buzz this week centering around the performances of young Blue Jays pitchers Marcus Stroman and Aaron Sanchez, Scott Ferguson of TSN Radio 1050 Toronto looks back at the debuts of four other Toronto pitchers and the success that they eventually achieved. ...more

Ferguson: Division battles the key to Jays' playoff hopes

The Blue Jays are still hanging in there in the American League East. And with 63 games left to play, they're tied with the Yankees at three full games back of Baltimore. They're also just 1 1/2 games back of Seattle for the second Wild Card spot. TSN Radio 1050's Scott Ferguson breaks down their chances at October baseball by the numbers. ...more

Ferguson: Memories of Toronto hosting the All-Star game

On the eve of the 85th All-Star game at Target Field in Minneapolis, TSN Radio 1050's Scott Ferguson was digging around in his basement and came across a complete copy of the Toronto Star from July 10, 1991. That was the day after the Blue Jays hosted their one and only All -Star Classic at what was then Skydome. ...more

Ferguson: A forgettable anniversary for Major League Baseball

It seems only fitting, with the ridiculous number of injuries this season, the Majors would be marking an anniversary of some note. This is the 100th season of the disabled list. I did a rough count and came up with 64 players currently out with injuries. That means just less than 10% of the 650 players on Major League rosters on any given day are hurt. ...more

Ferguson: Jays need a bat to replace Encarnacion, Lawrie

The Blue Jays have fallen on tough times through June and July and need to turn things around soon. As Scott Ferguson of TSN Radio 1050 explains, Toronto needs a bat to replace injured starters Edwin Encarnacion and Brett Lawrie prior to the July 31 non-waiver trade deadline. ...more

Ferguson: Baseball's balance of power goes west

With 75 games left in the 2014 Major League Baseball season, there appears to be a power shift in both the American League and the National League. TSN 1050's Scott Ferguson looks at how the balance of power in the AL is headed west. ...more

Ferguson: Blue Jays' average June eliminates margin for error

The good news is that, heading into Canada Day, the Toronto Blue Jays are still in first place in the American League East. The bad news is that with 78 games left to play, they have removed almost all of their margin for error. TSN 1050's Scott Ferguson looks at the Toronto Blue Jays heading into the meat of their summer schedule. ...more

Ferguson: Remembering the career of Mark 'The Bird' Fidrych

October 1st of 1980 wasn't a particularly special day in Blue Jays history. Detroit out slugged the Blue Jays 11-7. The fans on hand probably didn't even realize they were witnessing something special, something unique. So what was it about this game? Well it was the final start of the incredible, yet semi tragic career of Mark Fidrych. ...more

Ferguson: Jays trading for Rays' Price or Zobrist not likely

There was talk the Toronto Blue Jays were scouting Tampa Bay Rays ace David Price and might have an interest in the multi-talented Ben Zobrist. Both players would be an immense help to the Jays, but the odds of either ending up in Toronto are slim and none. TSN Radio 1050's Scott Ferguson explains. ...more

Ferguson: Cabrera worthy of Comeback Player of the Year

I was thinking about Melky Cabrera the other day and his odds of being named Comeback Player of the Year. After all, he was a disaster in his first season with the Jays in 2013. It was only after the fact we learned he needed surgery to have a tumour removed from his back, which seriously impeded his abilities last season to be the player he had been in San Francisco and Kansas City. ...more

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