Daily Archives: October 10, 2016
Firing on all cylinders, the Toronto Blue Jays are rolling through the postseason thanks to hitting, hurling and hustle.
The Toronto Blue Jays just swept the Texas Rangers in the ALDS. They won 3 games in a row against the team with the highest win total in the American League. They swept Rougned Odor. Revenge has been exacted and it is sweet. The high road travelers will tell you that beating the Rangers in this manner is the best kind of payback. Watching the look on Odor’s face as the Blue Jays were celebrating proves that point correct.
So, here we have a Blue Jays squad that has demonstrated everything you need to be successful in the postseason. They’ve seen their bats come to life, scoring 22 runs in 3 games. They’ve seen their starting pitching keep them in games at the bare minimum, with some dominance mixed in. They’ve also seen their club scratch and claw to manufacture a run form sheer hustle. It is this combination that has the team riding some serious momentum at exactly the right time of year.
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My blog officially launched on October 9, 2015. To celebrate one year of operation, I have compiled a retrospective post that details many of my posts in each category from the past year. The blog is heavily focused on the Milwaukee Brewers with categories for 2016, historical stories, and my Brewers book in progress. You’ll also find current thoughts, writing archives, and other features.
If you want to easily revisit something you enjoyed, or want to check out something you missed, you’ll find it through the link below. Thanks for supporting me this past year!