Michael Saunders & The Tale of Two Halves


TORONTO, CANADA – AUGUST 13: Michael Saunders #21 of the Toronto Blue Jays reacts after striking out to end the eighth inning during MLB game action against the Houston Astros on August 13, 2016 at Rogers Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. (Photo by Tom Szczerbowski/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Michael Saunders

There’s two sides to every story, just like there has been two sides to Michael Saunders’ 2016 campaign. A season that began to take shape as a career season for the 29-year old outfielder has quickly turned into an impending disaster.

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Film Review : Eli Rogers Making a Push for Third Receiver Spot

NFL: Preseason-Philadelphia Eagles at Pittsburgh Steelers

Aug 18, 2016; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Eli Rogers (17) runs after a catch against Philadelphia Eagles defensive back Ron Brooks (33) during the first quarter at Heinz Field. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

With Markus Wheaton remaining sidelined due to a rumoured quad injury and Sammie Coates having a disastrous preseason, the number three spot on the wide receiver depth chart is more open than ever. This has not gone unnoticed to second year wideout Eli Rogers, who is making a serious push for the third wide receiver spot this preseason.

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Yes, Justin Smoak has been Bad but the Blue Jays Don’t Have Many Options.


There is no other way to put it, Justin Smoak has had a bad 2016 campaign with the Toronto Blue Jays. With his platoon services not needed since the suspension of Chris Colabello, Smoak has had to settle into being the Blue Jays primary first baseman and the results have not been pretty. Continue reading


Aaron Sanchez to the Bullpen Lacks Science & Sense


In the midst of a 11-1 season, Aaron Sanchez not only finds himself in the driver seat for the AL Cy Young Race but also carrying a one way ticket to the bullpen according to the Blue Jays brass.

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