The end is near, which is good or bad, depending on which side of the fence you sit on. If you're an eternal optimist like myself, you are looking forward to what next year's possibilities bring for the Toronto Blue Jays. Or if you are more of a realist, you're anticipating to the end of the season just so it will provide six months of relief.
With just over three weeks left to play, it appears that upper management is letting Cito Gaston run wild with the lineup in hopes that some of these September call-ups will find success and they can start putting the pieces together for next year.
Even the snafu mentioning how Rod Barajas probably won't be back next year could be an indication that Paul Beeston is giving Cito free run for this last little while before the wind ...
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Article written by Ian Hunter