Toronto Blue Jays Left Feeling Blue Headed to Another Long Winter

Posted: 5th October 2009 by Andrew Evans in MLB
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As the sun set on yet another disappointing season of baseball in Toronto, there were more questions of what will be in a season filled with questions of what could have been.á In a season that many predicted would be aástruggleáfor the bluebirds, it turned out to be just that, but not before the Blue Jays gave fans a perspective of hope to begin the season. After 42 games, it appeared the Jays were on the verge of putting together a special summer, not seen in Toronto since the glory days of JoeáCarter and RobertoáAlomar, sprinting out of the gate to an impressive 27-14 record, good enough for first place in theádivision.á Headed toward June, there was hope that the Blue Jays would finally compete in the tough-as-nails AL East, which is probably what made the snap back to realit ...

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