Wilner: Arencibia under harsh spotlight - Sportsnet.ca
"J.P. Arencibia had another rough game at the plate on Tuesday and has become the focus of Blue Jays fans' distaste, but the team could do a lot worse for a bottom-of-the-lineup catcher."
Defending Arencibia Just Won’t Fly | Drunk Jays Fans | Blogs | theScore.com
Stoeten's with a characteristically angry but sane rebuttal to Wilner's piece.
"The Toronto Blue Jays may not agree on which NHL team will win the Stanley Cup, but every played polled expects the Bruins-Blackhawks series to go at least six games." I'm with Josh Johnson on this one.
Some interesting but far from totally predictive stats for the youngest Jays.
Nice to see Lind getting some love for his unreal season, while it lasts.
It seems like the fun police want to rag on Munenori Kawasaki. Booooo
AL EAST LINKS
Myers's arrival is getting closer and closer and I don't think Jays fans are going to like it.
"This is a completely made-up background story about Orioles 31st-round draft pick Dustin Hagy." There just isn't enough fictional sports coverage like this.
Good for my fantasy team, very bad for the Blue Jays.
"According to Buster Olney, the Red Sox think Jon Lester is having mechanical issues." Hopefully.
"The Yankees could look to the trade market to upgrade the team, but which teams have the players that they could use?"
THE REST OF THE BASEBALL UNIVERSE LINKS
It's pretty nuts that the Brewers league-best 1-2 punch doesn't even include Ryan Braun.
"Perhaps a novel legal strategy has merit, but does this mean that Alex Rodriguez can go ride his centaur?"
A snapshot into Cole's impressive debut in terms of his command.
"Drafted just last June, the Mariners' Mike Zunino has already been promoted to the majors. But is management just trying to save their jobs?" Yes...?
Jeff Sullivan takes on the story the whole baseball world has been talking about: Troy Tulowitzki's pace at the plate.
NON-BASEBALL LINK OF THE DAY
"It’s an appealing idea that caffeine can cancel out the effects of too much alcohol. Sadly, studies reveal it is not that straightforward."