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The Bronx Bombers are coming to town! Okay, not this town, but a town.
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It's the home opener, in Florida. The Angels come in to play four games. The Jays have been very hit and miss so far, what will this series bring?
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Coming to you from deep in the heart of Texas....
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No more fooling around as the Blue Jays open their 2021 season in the Bronx. #BlueJays
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Now we arrive at the big one.
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Of all the divisions in the American League, this one had the best winning percentage?
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It's Shohei Ohtani's world and we are just living in it.
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Mets gotta Mets...
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All in on the Pirates, baby!
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Been a while since I've done one of these...
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This is the last full week of spring training. The Jays play through Monday of next week, before travelling to New York for an April fool start to the season.
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So about half way (2 weeks done, 2 weeks and 2 games to go) where are the Jays at? Are the questions getting answered?
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Hey, it's about time for a new thread, right? It's probably also just about time for me to go off on some weird tangent down the dim and misty paths of history... that's how you really know baseball season's coming.

Or we can just blame it all on John Northey. What do you think?
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Today is February 28th and it is also the first day for spring training games. The Jays take on the Yankees at 1pm in a 7 inning game. This year MLB allows shorter games in the first half of spring training. MLB will also allow a team to declare an inning over if the pitcher has throws 20 pitches, irrespective of the number of outs. You can see today's Yankee game on Sportsnet, or on the MLB Network. On Monday and Tuesday the Jays face the Pirates and Phillies.
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We're all wondering about prospects as the Jays have made trades, promoted guys, have a lot in the top 100 right now.  So lets look at some history.  Baseball America has been doing Jay top 10 lists for prospects since 1983, top 100's for MLB since 1990 roughly.  So I thought lets do a summary of them.  I thought about others - MLB.com's (2012 and up), Baseball Prospectus (2007 and up) but BA's was easiest to find and actually has guys whose careers have ended for sure so more useful for this purpose.
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