Sigh. Old thread becomes unmanageable so time to start a new one. Come one, come all. Rule 5, 40 man roster, free agents, HOF voting begins, potential lock out, etc. Also Jerry Howarth is doing well.
The last thread is a bit big now so we need to start a fresh one.
Where is that sweet spot for wins and crowds? What should Rogers be shooting for?
This is that time of year when I check out and start watching basketball - I'm even finding the Leafs worth watching, so far - but I may be the only one. So....
One team last won a championship 68 years ago. That's right - even longer than the Leafs.
But that's nothing. The other team last won it all 108 years ago. In the same year that Henry Ford unleashed the Model T on the world.
Ross Atkins was talking to the media today. No huge surprises.
Have we reached the point where we're grumpy and dissatisfied with a team that made it to the American League Championship Series?
I don't think so. I hope not, anyway.
Well, finally getting around to a between series thread with a day to go. Cleveland vs Toronto. Best of 7.
Help make the fourteenth annual survey a success by providing your opinion on fielders.
When the baseball season is over, they give out these awards. It's something for us to argue over. And what's more fun than that?
Things have gotten a bit too Chicken Little lately...
A quick, nasty investigation of a fairly minor issue.
It was asked in a recent thread if the Jays this year have swept many series and how that is vs what a division leader should do. Figured lets check.
As I mentioned in the Series Thread, I was looking at the standings at the close of business yesterday and something struck me upside the head. Because there sit the Texas Rangers, with the best W-L record in the entire American League. They've done this by scoring 554 runs and allowing 555 runs.
Which seems a strange formula for success to be sure.
Amazing. Just freaking amazing.
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