The first half of the 2011 baseball season is in the books, and so obviously, like all of the other hacks out there, we’re going to relive it. Join us at 3:00 PM this afternoon to talk about anything semi related to baseball that you want, including predictions gone awry, favourite memories from the first half and looking forward to what’s going to happen in the second half of the season. We can also talk about tonight’s Home Run Derby and tomorrow’s All-Star Game. It’s all up to you.

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Tweet your questions, comments, observations and nude pics to @DustinParkes and @AndrewStoeten, or use the hashtag fail: #HeyEveryoneWe’reMoreThanHalfwayThroughTheBaseballSeason. And for those who have better things to do than embrace social media, join our live chat to contribute your thoughts. We’ll have someone monitoring the chat to bring up the best questions and comments on the show.

Comments (2)

  1. I love Kate Upton.

  2. What’s wrong with the FA class? They are several elite players available, many very good ones, and all it will cost the Jays to improve the team is cash (something Rogers certainly has a lot of ). Yu Darvish will also be available, and he can’t be expected to be elite, he’ll certainly bring back enough value in other aspects to make such an acquisition worth it. The Jays also have more than enough good prospects to trade a few of them for quality major leaguers. If they keep spending as much as they are internationally/on the draft, there is no reason to think those deals will set them back at all long-term. And if they are successful in building a great team and a contender around Bautista, it will only increase their revenue stream and allow them to spend even more money on the team. I’ve said it before here, and I’ll say it again, the Jays are not the Rays. They have the financial resources to pull something like this off and become an organization much like the Boston Red Sox (a consistent contender with a high payroll and a great minor league system).

    As I said in the chat, though, if you’re not planning to contend in the foreseeable future, trading Bautista at the peak of his value is something that should be heavily considered (as unfortunate and even depressing as that would be). That would be the rational thing to do, anyway.

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