CONGRATS to the BLUE JAYS in advance for their AL EAST championship!

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    The Jays certainly are in a better position to make the post-season than in any recent season (15 plus years?), but after last year's off-season almost everyone thought the Angels and Marlins would make the post-season in 2012 and many thought they would be in the World Series.  Last I checked, the Angels and Marlins were sitting at home come the post-season in 2012.  If things break right for the Jays they will be in the post-season, but as the Angels and Marlins found out, things don't always break right.
     
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    Toronto has power, speed, and very good pitching.  On paper, it is a well-balanced team.

    In 1997 when they got Roger Clemens, they had great pitching (along with Pat Hentgen and Juan Guzman).  But they had zero hitting.  Benito Santiago, Carlos Garcia and Orlando Merced were horrible back then. 

    This is the perfect time for them to strike in the AL East and beyond. 

     

     

     

     
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    Re: CONGRATS to the BLUE JAYS in advance for their AL EAST championship!

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    The Jays certainly are in a better position to make the post-season than in any recent season (15 plus years?), but after last year's off-season almost everyone thought the Angels and Marlins would make the post-season in 2012 and many thought they would be in the World Series.  Last I checked, the Angels and Marlins were sitting at home come the post-season in 2012.  If things break right for the Jays they will be in the post-season, but as the Angels and Marlins found out, things don't always break right.
    And the tigers and Nats were in the same boat as the marlins and angels and things were ok for those two.The more talented teams don't always win but their chances are always better than the teams with less talent who will always win less often.


     

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