This is kind of an odd statement as the Jays have actually proven nothing, so why is AA good at his job? I don't think making moves ala Brian Burke makes you a good GM.
LOL, where are the Leafs this season?
Also remember baseball is a 162 game season just because a team starts off 2-5 means nothing in the long run. Oh yeah that's right look at the Leafs this year and the SF Giants last year in the MLB.
Point taken that the Jays haven't proven anything but going back to the original comment on AA they were ballsy moves and clear upgrades. Better than sitting with a thumb up your ass and pissing away gravy contracts.
How bout dem blue jays
So much for World Series favorites…I know I know it's still early But man their like 2-5 or something
About to be 2-6.
It's a long season but when you're getting close to flirting with a 2-8 or hell, a 2-10 record it becomes very difficult to turn the tide. Most of the hitters on the team are hitting below .100. I've never seen anything quite like that almost 10 games into a season.
I don't know, you could be right but personally i can't worry too much (if at all) about any struggles they're having this early on into the year. It's not even mid April. The one guy I am worried about though I admit is RADickey. I swear I saw it coming. Knuckleballers are so hit/miss year to year...
Not sure if any of you are golf fans
I certainly wouldn't call myself a golf fan not even close
But the masters did start today and are going on until Sunday
Who knows maybe ill watch a bit this weekend
@JasonGregor: 14-year-old Tianlang Guan shoots +1 in first round of the #Masters. Incredible. I could barely hit the fairway at 14, or now for that matter
That's pretty impressive a 14 year old at the masters, I understand he's not winning or anything but still pretty cool
Typical luck for a team that I cheer for. The Blue Jays are playing one of their best games of the year and now one of their best players gets hurt on a nothing play. Reyes looks like he's going to be gone for a while.