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Well, at least the Jays banged out 10 hits last night - only the third time since April 20th.
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I go away for a week and come back and the Jays have something like a 1 ERA over the last week or so. Last night was a 1-0 victory over the White Sox for the first 4 game sweep in 5 years.
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It's early days yet, but that Evil Ghost that haunted 2005 seems to have risen from the old crypt and is loose in the Rogers Centre again.
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Five runs? Break up the Jays!
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"Don't you know how hard all this is?"
-- Ted Williams

During these recent difficult days, I thought it might be helpful if we reflected upon the words of some older, wiser head. Much older than even my own, and much, much wiser:
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Ugh. I don't think when JP was planning this season he was expecting that, in late April, the Jays would be rolling out an offense containing three catchers and Joe Inglett, no surprise the offense was it's usual lackluster self last night.
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Recently, WPA has become a favourite stat to evaluate relievers. Care to guess which reliever is leading the majors so far in WPA?
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Jays shut down by Armando Galarrage!?!

It seemed like just a week ago that I was wrote about the Jays having little success against inexperienced pitchers.

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Well now, home entertainment was my baby's wish
So I hopped into town for a satellite dish
I tied it to the top of my Japanese car
I came home and I pointed it out into the stars
A message came back from the great beyond
There's fifty-seven channels and nothin' on
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And just relax and sing a song
And drive your car up on the lawn
And let me play your guitar
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The Jays continue their struggles at home; despite receiving a fine outing from Roy Halladay the offense could only manage 1 run and the good doctor took the loss.
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I hate hitting into double plays, not beating up on young pitchers and Kevin Millar.

Other than that last night was great!

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OK, they're actually tied for first.

And we're not even halfway through April.

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Roy Halladay starts in Arlington and doesn't leave the game with a gruesome injury. To add insult to injury, or lack thereof, he goes the route and the Jays win 4-1.
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