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Yesterday, Magpie wondered who would be the next Jays' starter to throw a complete game, noting that it hasn't happened since the Good Doctor was in town. Tonight, it almost happened.
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Look, no one said this was going to be easy.
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Before I was even born - it's such a gamble when you get a face. It's fascinating to observe what the mirror does, but when I dine it's for the wall that I set a place.
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April generally gives us a good reason or two to scratch our heads.
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The Jays played their wildest game of the year, and must have made AA jealous sitting up there in his box and not getting in on the action. He felt the itchy trigger finger, and after the game, the club designated Merkin Valdez and Jeremy Accardo for assignment, to be replaced by Josh Roenicke and Rommie Lewis. (Via Jordan Bastian's Twitter)
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I suppose it's nice that at least one thing around here is just like 1993...
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What did Brett Cecil do to deserve this?
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Jay's lose in the 10th.
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For the last couple of miles you've been swerving from side to side.
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It is generally my firm conviction that when your team needs to establish something positive, there is simply nothing quite like seeing the Kansas City Royals on the schedule.

Watch that come back to bite me....

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I'll be massive conquistador.
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Somewhere J.P. Ricciardi is smiling.

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Jays lose 8-7 to the White Sox after Jason Frasor blows the save. More importantly: what is the record for most consecutive games with a save situation to open a season? I guess that's kind of a convoluted stat, but 7 seems like a lot to me. Also, Vernon homered again.
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NUKE:   Can't you let me enjoy the moment?
CRASH: The moment's over.

Indeed. In fact, it's the famous words spoken by Winston Wolf, when Vincent and Jules are congratulating themselves on the wonderful job they've just done cleaning all the blood and gore out of the car, that come to my mind right about now.
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