Found August 04, 2013 on The Outside Corner:
Despite the Blue Jays' retooling this offseason, Toronto is still struggling immensely. They're ten games under .500, putting them in last place in the AL East. Their winning percentage puts them in the same general group with the Phillies and Mets, ahead of the Giants and Cubs, but below teams like the Rockies, Padres, and Mariners. Since going 17-9 in June and reaching the .500 mark, the Jays are 10-19 with a -32 run differential. That June is beginning to look like the outlier as opposed to a disappointing April being the outlier in Toronto's season. PIC OF THE DAY Coach Matt, no bunts? (Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports) Game of the Day: Royals 4, Mets 3 (12 innings). Another one of those games where the Mets snagged defeat from the jaws of victory...of course. The Royals led 3-1 going into the eighth inning, but a two-run single by Josh Satin off of Aaron Crow knotted the game at three. No Mets hitters could drive Satin home to take the lead, and the ...
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