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Tao of Stieb: Longing for baseball a balancing act for MLB fans
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As we long for baseball's return, we should be careful not to accept concessions that could make the game worse for us, for players and for those whose livelihoods depend on it.
Tao of Stieb: MLB's unexpected second off-season provides perspective
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Tao of Stieb: Hope builds for Jays, but 2020 must be a year of growth
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Tao of Stieb: Notable addition would help Blue Jays fans believe again
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From a purely rational perspective, one can't blame the management team if they walk away from the off-season and pocket the “payroll flexibility” until a better player becomes available. But with the current perception of the team as low as it is, it’s hard to imagine how they could get away from the winter without making at least one big splash.
The top 10 most memorable Blue Jays moments of the decade
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How does Blue Jays' 2019 season rank in franchise history?
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Perhaps it requires some recent perspective on what a terrible season can be in order to look at a team that just missed losing 100 games and feeling like this year wasn’t so bad.
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Handing out year-end awards to the 2019 Toronto Blue Jays
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Everybody likes year-end trophies, so let’s ponder some candidates for the MVP, Pitcher of the Year, Rookie of the Year and Most Improved Player.
Blue Jays can't simply rely on young stars to carry them to success
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In a game of traditions, loss of expanded September rosters is worth mourning
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For now, teams can have up to 40 players on their roster in the final month of the season. Next year, that number drops to 28. And for all of the moaning about the negative outcome of expanding September rosters, fans will eventually miss those overflowing dugouts filled with new faces and spring training jersey numbers.