It was a great run but after three straight seasons of 80+ wins, the Toronto Blue Jays are guaranteed to finish under .500 this year. Just to show you how often the standings change year to year in baseball, the Jays were among a few elite teams that had consistently strung together winning seasons. Unfortunately, they had nothing to show for it.
The story of last night's game was one that we were all too familiar with; Scott Richmond running into trouble early in the game. He was long overdue for a great start, and I honestly thought last night he was going to turn it around. Richmond looked great through the first two innings, and that's when the wheels came completely off.
At this point, Richmond will ride out the remainder of the season in the starting rotation, h ...
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Article written by Ian Hunter