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Old 02-10-2013, 04:15 PM
tstrike2000 tstrike2000 is offline
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The Blue Jays were hanging around .500 last year and were close to leading the league in runs scored until Lawrie and Arencibia hit the DL. Soon after, they took a real nosedive when Bautista was lost for basically the rest of the season in July. If the offense can stay healthy, they're even more potent this year. The rotation looks good, but their bullpen was awful last season. That's the big question mark. Right now, I think it'll end up:

New York
Toronto
Tampa Bay
Baltimore
Boston

So hard to tell though because that division is stacked.
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