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Most Popular Blue Jay Pages on Baseball-Reference.

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An idea shamelessly stolen researched from James Kannengieser at Amazing Avenue. Baseball-Reference counts page views player and team pages and they list the top 200 pages here. Here are the Jays and former Jays that are in the top 200:

 

Rank

Player

Page Hits

Jays WAR

Career WAR

14

Roy Halladay

336245

47.4

54.3

16

Jayson Werth

316167

0.2

18.7

26

Jose Bautista

256654

7.6

5.9

45

Rickey Henderson

184966

0.3

75.3

62

Roger Clemens

160101

17.8

74.8

69

Roberto Alomar

151833

20.1

63.5

83

Ted Lilly

137041

7.4

25.1

95

Frank Thomas

127891

1.7

70.6

112

Scott Downs

114616

9.5

8.4

114

Fred McGriff

113753

18.9

50.5

124

Kyle Drabek

110531

0.1

0.1

135

Chris Carpenter

106164

6.8

28.6

137

Bengie Molina

105853

0.4

8.6

Roy Halladay being at the top doesn't surprise me. But then Ted Lilly and Scott Downs being on the list at all does. Bengie Molina is surprisingly popular too. The list shows how curious everyone is about Kyle Drabek. 

On the list of favorite teams, it won't surprise anyone that the only Jay seasons to make the top 200 are the 1993 Jay at number 20 with 202,574 visits and 1992 at number 32 with 180,569 visits.