Bautista has been doubted for so much of his pro baseball career, but always believed in his ability to produce. Now with the Mets and near the end of the road, nothing has changed.
Andrew Stoeten examines the cost of a possible Josh Donaldson extension, and discusses Kendrys Morales' future in Toronto.
It's natural for Jays fans to want the impending free agent and franchise legend back next season, but it sure feels like it's time to move on.
Bautista, who's playing out his final days with the Blue Jays, has been doubted and vilified every step of the way but the polarizing star always stayed true to himself to become one of baseball's great characters.
Andrew Stoeten wonders what the future holds for franchise legend Jose Bautista, as well as newcomers Teoscar Hernandez and Richard Urena.
Andrew Stoeten talks about how unlikely it'd be for the Jays to acquire Stanton, Bautista being finished, and the club's middle infield situation.
Andrew Stoeten looks at who could get promoted once rosters expand, and argues that Roberto Alomar isn't the greatest player in franchise history.
Andrew Stoeten makes the case for the Toronto closer transitioning into a starting role, and answers questions on how the Blue Jays should approach the trade deadline.
Bautista pimped a homer with the Blue Jays down five runs in the eighth inning and the Braves didn't like it.
Worried Blue Jays fans ask Andrew Stoeten about the club's non-existent offence and MLB-worst start.