Blue Jays quietly have AL's best record
Halladay dominating again as Toronto prepares to play a challenging schedule ahead
The Blue Jays' fast start should be a boon to gate receipts. True, the team ranks 27th in the majors in attendance after five weeks. But Toronto sports fans, wrung out after a winter of watching the Raptors and Maple Leafs fail to make the playoffs, need someplace to invest their energy, right?
From top to bottom, the Jays' 22-12 record is doing wonders for organizational pride. The entire outfield, most of the pitching staff and second baseman Aaron Hill are homegrown. Adam Lind and Travis ...
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