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(Outside The Redzone)   Despite the offseason fire sale, the biggest discrepancy between Miami and Toronto is the winter temperature, not the win total   (outsidetheredzone.com) divider line 9
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2013-07-26 01:46:50 PM
Difficulty: the AL East is a hell of a lot stronger than the NL East. The Jays would be halfway competitive in the NL East.
 
2013-07-26 03:11:33 PM
Every article I've ever seen from this site has been completely moronic. Why does it get greenlit so much?
 
2013-07-26 03:40:29 PM
Speaking of "imcompetence"...
 
2013-07-26 03:58:12 PM

Gosling: Difficulty: the AL East is a hell of a lot stronger than the NL East. The Jays would be halfway competitive in the NL East.


The Jays roster wasn't terribly competitive when it was in the NL East last year.
 
2013-07-26 04:28:30 PM

Gosling: Difficulty: the AL East is a hell of a lot stronger than the NL East. The Jays would be halfway competitive in the NL East.


I disagree with "hell of a lot".

I'd say the Braves are on par with the Rays.

The Sox are over-achieving and the Nats are under-achieving, but head to head, I would still take the Nats because of their pitching.

The Phillies are old. The Yankees are old.

The Mets suck but they have a couple guys that could be their future, especially Harvey. The Orioles used to suck but since last year they've turned it around.

Toronto has had question marks over every single player they received in the offseason and never should have been considered WS favourites.

The Marlins sold their entire team off so they can re-stock in a few years like they always do.
 
2013-07-26 06:38:02 PM

homarjr: Gosling: Difficulty: the AL East is a hell of a lot stronger than the NL East. The Jays would be halfway competitive in the NL East.

I disagree with "hell of a lot".

I'd say the Braves are on par with the Rays.

The Sox are over-achieving and the Nats are under-achieving, but head to head, I would still take the Nats because of their pitching.

The Phillies are old. The Yankees are old.

The Mets suck but they have a couple guys that could be their future, especially Harvey. The Orioles used to suck but since last year they've turned it around.

Toronto has had question marks over every single player they received in the offseason and never should have been considered WS favourites.

The Marlins sold their entire team off so they can re-stock in a few years like they always do.


Beurlhe is the only one I don't want on the roster next year, and it's a coin flip chance of us keeping josh j. I hope we keep Reyes and I leave it to AA if we keep dickey or not. His under performance has a believable reason at least.

We need morrow and the good version of Romero back. Plain and simple.
 
2013-07-26 10:05:45 PM
Marlins' Organization Less Incompetent Than Once Believed

incompetent wouldn't have been the adjective i'd have used to describe them
 
2013-07-27 01:37:01 AM
This just in. We live in a vacuum and 20% more wins is comparable.

/dissappointed in Jays season.
 
2013-07-27 06:47:40 AM
No, the biggest discrepancy between the Marlins and the Jays is the level of dickbag the ownership perpetrates.
 
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