Photo by Mark Brown/Getty Images Blue Jays 3 Phillies 0 The (sim) Jays played and won their first interleague game of the year. Hyun-Jin Ryu made his third start of the season and it was his best of the three. Ryu went 6 innings, allowed just 3 hits, 2 walks with 7 strikeouts, earning his first win of the season. And the bullpen pitched the final 3 innings without allowing … [Read more...] about OOTP Season Sim Game 11: Jays Beat Phillies
With the season currently in limbo, now is the perfect time to produce some ideas on how the Toronto Blue Jays could tinker with their batting order to try and produce more runs when the season does hopefully start-up sometime in 2020. The 2020 season has not been one that many Blue Jays fans were […] Toronto Blue Jays: Tinkering with the batting order to produce more runs - … [Read more...] about Toronto Blue Jays: Tinkering with the batting order to produce more runs
With the season on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic, I’m doing a game by game simulation based on the Blue Jays schedule, and using the online version of Statis Pro. For those of you that follow Mike Wilner on Twitter, it’s very similar to what he’s doing, just that we’re using different games to […] Toronto Blue Jays series simulation: Blue Jays @ Yankees - Jays Journal - … [Read more...] about Toronto Blue Jays series simulation: Blue Jays @ Yankees
A recent review of the Blue Jays’ stats from 1993 not only reminded me, but reinforced just how ridiculous the performance of ohn Olerud was that year. It’s been fun to re-live the glory days of Blue Jays past lately while re-watching some of the games from the 90’s. I may have been a kid […] Blue Jays: John Olerud’s 1993 season was insane - Jays Journal - Jays Journal - A … [Read more...] about Blue Jays: John Olerud’s 1993 season was insane
Photo by PETER MUHLY/AFP via Getty Images 25 Years Ago Today. The Blue Jays traded to bring David Cone back into the fold. We picked up Cone for the playoff run in 1992. On August 27, 1992, we traded Jeff Kent and Ryan Thompson to the Mets for the stretch run. It worked out well, we won the World Series. But back to this trade. In 1994 the season ended early because of a … [Read more...] about Today in Blue Jays history: Jays trade for David Cone
Mark Shapiro, the President and CEO of the Blue Jays, is only under contract until the end of the 2020 season. What happens now for him in Toronto? There will be a lot of complicated variables for MLB executives to navigate over the coming weeks and even months, and I imagine things will be very […] Blue Jays: What happens now with Mark Shapiro’s contract? - Jays Journal - Jays … [Read more...] about Blue Jays: What happens now with Mark Shapiro’s contract?
The Montreal Expos were poised for greatness in 1994 when a work stoppage shattered their World Series aspirations, however, could have the Expos contingent competed with the 1993 Toronto Blue Jays? The Toronto Blue Jays defended their World Series title in 1993 by defeating the Philadelphia Phillies on the heels of an epic home run […] Who Would Have Won Between the 1993 Blue … [Read more...] about Who Would Have Won Between the 1993 Blue Jays or 1994 Expos?
According to Daniel Kim of MBC Sports Magazine, Russell Martin has put up Blue Jays hurler Hyun-Jin Ryu and his wife for the time being in their Florida home. Toronto Blue Jays ace Hyun-Jin Ryu opted to remain in Florida rather than returning to his hometown Korea when the MLB season was postponed due to the […] Blue Jays: Russell Martin lends a helping hand to Hyun-Jin Ryu - … [Read more...] about Blue Jays: Russell Martin lends a helping hand to Hyun-Jin Ryu