But What Do I Know? … Brett Lawrie, Kelly Johnson, Gil Heredia


My weekly observations about stories around the baseball world from a Canadian perspective (Please follow me on Twitter: @kevinglewsports): - With his struggles at the plate this season, Brett Lawrie definitely isn't leading the Toronto Blue Jays in OPS (On-base percentage + slugging percentage). He does, however, top the Jays in OAS (Obscenities After Swings).... Continue Reading →

Former Blue Jay Fred McGriff belongs in the Hall of Fame


For those requiring further evidence that Pat Gillick is a Hall of Fame general manager, I present the following transaction. On December 9, 1982, Gillick, while acting as the Jays GM, shipped pitcher Dale Murray and infielder Tom Dodd to the Yankees for Dave Collins (who would hit .308 and steal 60 bases for Toronto... Continue Reading →


Rays will prevail over Rangers


With Sportsnet shifting many of the Jays games to their new Sportsnet One channel in September (not on my service provider), I was able to tune into several Tampa Bay Rays games during their stretch run. On paper, the Rays’ lineup won’t strike fear into opposing pitchers. As a club, they hit .247 this season,... Continue Reading →


But What Do I Know? … Kyle Drabek, Yunel Escobar, Ryan Dempster


My weekly opinions, observations and rants about some Canadian baseball stories:  I can’t wait to watch the Blue Jays No. 1 pitching prospect and their future ace, Kyle Drabek, make his big league debut on Wednesday night. But wait, the game is only on Rogers Sportsnet One, a channel not available on my service... Continue Reading →


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