This is when you make your bones as a writer or prognosticator; when things are solidly up in the air. Every single one of the juggler's chainsaws are up in the air right now when it comes to the management situation of the Toronto Blue Jays; with J.P. Ricciardi finally being forced out, manager (for now) Cito Gaston unwilling to accept what the players are saying - and not even a team president, nor a guess at one, in the fold - the next few weeks should prove to be extremely interesting, and finally give Blue Jays fans something to anticipate. In this article, I'm going to lay out the case as to why Cito Gaston's already gone. In the second of the series, I'll be laying out my thoughts as to the course the Blue Jays should take; you might be surprised who's out (or in) there.Begin Slid ...
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Article written by Mark Dewdney