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Ferguson: On the Jays, Mariners, and Bonifacio's fast start

The new season is underway and Scott Ferguson of TSN Radio fills you in on the Mariners good start, the progress of Blue Jays minor league pitching, the fast start of Emilio Bonifacio with the Cubs, and the return of Roy Halladay to participate in the Blue Jays' home opener. ...more

Ferguson: Blue Jays versus the AL East and lefties

I found an interesting stat surrounding the Blue Jays' less than stellar record against left handers the last four years. Their cumulative record is 76-93, so if you can't win enough within your own division and you can't beat lefties consistently, you're not going to be a contender. TSN Radio 1050's Scott Ferguson has more. TSN Radio 1050's Scott Ferguson has more. ...more

Ferguson: Always difficult to predict division winners

The 1994 Toronto Blue Jays had far more talent than the current version, yet they finished the abbreviated season five games under .500. As Scott Ferguson of TSN Radio 1050 writes, that's how difficult it can be to predict division winners, let alone World Series champions. ...more

Ferguson: Royals becoming a factor for '14 playoff chase

It's tough enough for the Blue Jays to be playing in the AL East to get even a sniff of the postseason. Then you've got to worry about the other up-and-coming teams in the two weaker divisions. Scott Ferguson of TSN Radio Toronto 1050 explains If you had to peg one team whom the Blue Jays will have to reckon with in 2014, it would be the Kansas City Royals. ...more

Ferguson: Backlash against Phillies' Rollins is unwarranted

For the last couple of weeks, there has been a strange and somewhat sad story unfolding in the Philadelphia Phillies camp. Jimmy Rollins, who should go down as one of the all-time great Phillies, is being questioned about his attitude and whether he is hurting the franchise by refusing to allow himself to be traded. TSN 1050's Scott Ferguson explains why the scorn Rollins is receiving is undeserved. ...more

Ferguson: Spring record rarely foretells that of regular season

As we head into the final 10 days of the Blue Jays' stay in Florida, there a couple of areas of concern. For one, the Jays haven't scored more than five runs in 13-straight games. Ryan Goins is only hitting .168 at last glance. and Brandon Morrow has seemingly been dropped to the number-five slot in the rotatioon. Still, Grapefruit League performance is rarely an indicator of what to expect in the regular season. TSN 1050's Scott Ferguson has more. ...more

Ferguson: Another knuckleballer may be force to reckoned with

Over the winter, the Toronto Blue Jays came to terms with a pair of pitchers who were trying to become knuckleballers - Josh Banks and Tomo Ohka. Now there is a third. He's 30-year-old Frank Viola III. TSN Radio 1050's Scott Ferguson has more. ...more

Ferguson: Dr. Jobe had a great impact on baseball

You'd be hard pressed to find a man who's had a greater impact on baseball over the past 40 years. We're not talking about Hank Aaron, or Bob Gibson or Roger Clemens, Cal Ripken Jr. or Barry Bonds. As Scott Ferguson of TSN Radio 1050 writes, Dr. Frank Jobe, who passed away Thursday, prolonged many careers. ...more

Ferguson: Yankees' three straight titles tough to duplicate

The Boston Red Sox have three world titles in the last 10 seasons. But even then, they haven't been able to match the New York Yankees' amazing run of three straight titles from 1998-2000. Scott Ferguson of TSN Radio Toronto explains why parity and television money make the chances of seeing three in a row again very remote. ...more

Ferguson: First two months of MLB season can tell the tale

The Toronto Blue Jays got out of the gate with a dismal 10-17 record last season and dug themselves a hole they could never really get out of. It's a scenario they really can't afford to repeat in 2014. TSN Radio 1050's Scott Ferguson has more. ...more

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