Jonah Keri
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Why Blue Jays should pursue Acuna-type deals for Guerrero, Bichette right now
Jonah Keri
The Toronto Blue Jays should be full-court pressing their best young players, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and Bo Bichette, with aggressive contract offers. Jonah Keri explains why.
What happens in a dream 2019 Toronto Blue Jays season?
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The most auspicious Opening Days in Blue Jays history
Jonah Keri
With another Opening Day around the corner, we figured it’d be fun to look back at the most auspicious home openers in Blue Jays history.
Which current Blue Jays will remain when team contends again
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As the Toronto Blue Jays' rebuild continues, Jonah Keri takes a look at which players on the current roster will still be with the club when the team returns to the playoffs.
Five Blue Jays who could make big strides in 2019
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How NBA big-men have adapted to league's three-point mania
Jonah Keri
As league-wide shooting trends have shifted NBA offences further and further away from the rim, big-men such as Alex Len, Marc Gasol and Brook Lopez have evolved to find ways of remaining relevant amidst the three-point mania.
By shutting down Embiid again, Celtics show their best selves
Jonah Keri
Still, if Horford and Hayward can replicate their Philly heroics and give the Celtics what GM Danny Ainge hoped for when he paired them with Irving and a phalanx of youth, Boston might finally get its shot in the LeBron-less East.
An official plea to Hall of Fame voters on behalf of Larry Walker
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Why Fred McGriff may be the most underrated Blue Jay of all-time
Jonah Keri
The gap between mere greatness and baseball immortality is often much smaller than we’d care to admit. And there are few better cases to illustrate this fact than Fred McGriff's prolific, and unlucky, time with the Toronto Blue Jays.