The Blue Jays are hoping to make it to a third straight ALCS, but the lack of top-tier pitching could hurt them this season.
The Blue Jays are looking to repeat last year’s offseason successes. After letting David Price move on to a division rival without fielding a competitive offer fans were left confused at the direction the team’s new management envisioned. Fast forward a year, and that decision looks to be a stroke
Date: 11/15/2016 Host: Chipper Lewis and Joel Fry Rundown: In this episode we discuss the Atlanta Braves and Toronto Blue Jays. We breakdown the moves they have already made and the ones that they should make. Intro Music: Title: “Bohemian Rhapsody,” Artist: Queen Thanks for listening. Please follow us on twitter @The643podcast. Also follow me @chipperstrike3. You
The MLB Offseason has officially started, and below are a list of the Free Agents you might be hearing about. Atlanta Braves (3): Bonifacio, Emilio; O'Flaherty, Eric; Pierzynski, A.J. Arizona Diamondbacks (2): Hudson, Dan; Weeks, Rickie Baltimore Orioles (10): Alvarez, Pedro; Bourn, Michael; Duensing, Brian; Hunter, Tommy; Ondrusek, Logan; Pearce, Steve; Reimold, Nolan;
The Indians and Blue Jays squared away in Game 1 of the ALCS Friday night in Cleveland. After the two teams respectively averaged six runs (Toronto) and five runs (Cleveland) per game during their respective ALDS sweep, it was all about the pitching Friday night. Corey Kluber and Marco Estrada dueled