Breaking: Casey Janssen (Meanwhile: Kratzup)

Casey Janssen will begin the year on the DL, and the Jays will begin the year with an actual four-man bench like a real team!


And Thus Concludes A Near-Perfect Weekend Of Baseball In A Small Corner Of The City Of Montreal

The Jays beat the Mets 2-0 at le Stade Olypmique, capping off a near-perfect weekend of baseball and nostalgia.


Jays Win A Game, Perhaps Some Hearts And Minds

The Jays beat the Mets on a walk-off single in a thunderous, extraordinary atmosphere at the Olympic Stadium in Montreal.


Stoeten Answers Griffin's Mail Bag - 03/28/14

Stoeten bangs out Griffin's bag (wait, what?) from a train, essentially telling a bunch of nice Star readers to go fuck themselves


The Big O Turf Looks OK, Weird

A view of the field, and a quick update on the pitching matchups for this weekend in Montreal.


Obligatory Montreal Baseball Post

Obligatory thoughts on Montreal, as the Jays get set to bring big league baseball back to the city with two exhibition games against the Mets.


Dickey's Autobiography On The Big Screen?

R.A. Dickey's life story may soon be coming to a theatre near you. No, really.


Podcast The Seventy-Eighth - The Previewening!

Alright! It's the seventy-eighth edition of the re-born DJF Podcast!


Opening Day At Opera Bob's With DJF And Sports Bar Heroes!

The baseball season is nearly upon us, and that can mean only one thing: getting drunk.


Spring Threat: Jays @ Phillies

It's the last Grapefruit League game of the season, as the Jays make the short trip to Clearwater to take on the Phillies.


Stoeten Answers Griffin's Mail Bag - 03/27/14

Better late than never, it's our weekly dip into the ol' Griff Bag.


Breaking: Edwin Encarnacion?

Edwin Encarnacion exits today's game in Dunedin after being plunked on the forearm by some Yankee scrub.


Roster? I Hardly Know Her!

The Jays finalize their Opening Day roster with a series of moves as the club gets set to play the Yankees in Dunedin.


Happless

J.A. Happ was awful again today, as was Esmil Rogers. Dustin McGowan was very good. Maybe the Jays ought to do the damn math.