Might need some help for this one, boys. Uh... Batman?
I haven't been following the team as closely as I normally would. I assume the bats are laying pitiful waste to the opposition?
Moving right along....
The artists formerly known as the Devil Fishies will be infesting the Dome for the next three nights.
Deep in the heart of Texas, where the locals have waited through the long, harsh winter for the chance to pay their respects to Jose Bautista.
The Blue Jays head out to the West Coast for an interleague series in San Francisco.
The San Francisco Giants are 9-7 against the Blue Jays, including a 6-2 record at AT&T Park
The Texas Rangers return to the Dome for the first time since that memorable Game 5 of the American League Divisional Series.
Good times! The Blue Jays defeated the Texas Rangers 6-3 in the ALDS clincher to advance to the ALCS. (Image from The Globe & Mail
The Jays have now guaranteed that they will come out of April with a losing record.
This is not unusual, of course.
That's the first place White Sox, by the way. The team with the best record in the American League. It's the return of Brett Lawrie, Dioner Navarro, and Melky Cabrera.
April is the cruelest month, breeding
Lilacs out of the dead land, mixing
Memory and desire, stirring
Dull roots with spring rain.
Don't you know by now? If it's April, the Blue Jays must have a losing record.
The Orioles. The first-place Orioles.
Fenway Park, kids. Site of much memorable baseball history. But I think Bette Davis said it best:
"What a dump."
Still imperial, still evil....
After coming off a hugely disappointing split of their season-opening series in Tampa Bay, the Blue Jays hope some home cooking will get them back on track as they return to SkyDome for their first home opening set against Boston.
The Blue Jays will get to play on an all-dirt
infield at home for the first time in their 40-year franchise history. (Image from Toronto Star
The 2016 regular season begins where the 2015 campaign ended last year - Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Florida.
The Blue Jays managed to win a series at Tropicana Field in 2015 but still dropped six of nine overall.
(Image from Deadspin.com
The season is over as far as I'm concerned but MLB insists on one more best-of-seven set before officially closing the book on 2015. Apparently, Game 1 of the World Series between the team I can't bring myself to identify and the New York Mets was supposedly an eventful one.
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