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Blue Jays Mailbag: Making Sense of MLB's Unusual and Messy Offseason

Andrew Stoeten discusses baseball's economic system, whether Vlad Guerrero Jr. can stick at third base, Joe Biagini as the No. 5 starter, and more.


Blue Jays Mailbag: Why Roberto Osuna Should Be Converted to a Starter

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.


Blue Jays Southpaw J.A. Happ Is Constantly Adjusting to Stay Ahead

Whether it's changing arm slots, working faster, mixing different pitches more or watching video, there's always ways to adapt as a pitcher.


Kenta Maeda's Contract Is Bad News for Baseball Players

The Dodgers just signed Japanese ace Kenta Maeda to a super-cheap contract that could become less so with incentive clauses. It's a great deal for the Dodgers, and perhaps the future of MLB free agency.