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Adorable Blue Jays Think They Can Win AL East

TORONTO – After opening up the season with a 4-4 record that puts them in second place in the AL East and includes a sweep of the defending world champion Red Sox, the Toronto Blue Jays believe they have a good shot at winning their division, and it’s the cutest thing ever. “Yeah, I definitely […]

Gems From the Web: 4/8

Legendary errorman Bill Buckner presents Red Sox with World Series ‘bling;” Stewart Scott’s verbiage now invading ESPN articles. [ESPN] Legendary Carl Everett stories of yore. Apparently, he hates the media. Does that mean he hates ChatterBalks? (begins sprinting) [Deadspin] Blue Jays trade two strippers and a handjob for A.J. Burnett. [Sports By Brooks] Mets determine […]

The Final Interaction Between Scott Rolen and Tony La Russa

A look back on one of the most tumultuous player-manager relationships in the history of baseball. THE FINAL INTERACTION BETWEEN SCOTT ROLEN AND TONY LA RUSSA A Play in One Act by Ty Uranga-Foster An office. Afternoon. Sun pours in warmly through the blinds, casting long, friendly shadows. The walls are smartly decorated with various […]

David Eckstein Admits to Shortness Abuse

David Eckstein, the Toronto Blue Jays’ new Shortstop admitted Monday to repeated shortness abuse. Eckstein addressed a group of reporters in the Blue Jays’ clubhouse, answering questions about accusations of shortness use. “It’s true. I’m short. And I’ve used that to my advantage over the years, in spite of my better judgment.” Eckstein, who stands […]