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Past articles by Bob:

Will the Blue Jays trade Drew Storen?

Usually two clubs a combined 23 games under .500 don’t draw a lot of scouts in the month of May. → Read More

Dodgers’ Clayton Kershaw a ‘man without a winter’

The Los Angeles Dodgers are filled with national treasures. → Read More

Donaldson's good friend is bad luck

Only one man in Ontario really qualifies as a true friend of Josh Donaldson’s. → Read More

Martin homer produces another walk-off for Blue Jays

TORONTO — Take your pick: What is the main reason the Blue Jays sit below sea level? A) Quality starting outings have been wasted. B) The bullpen, with its lopsided record (nine losses) didn’t pick up its first win until the 28th game of the season on Tuesday. C) Three regulars on the interstate highway whizzed past the exit to Mario Mendoza’s shrine — Troy Tulowitzki, Russell Martin and Ryan… → Read More

Old sheriff Acker back in town for Blue Jays-Rangers playoff rematch

At first glance, it looked as if the Blue Jays were taking this rematch with the Texas Rangers as serious as a cowboy trying to hang on to Big Nasty buckin’ in a bull-riding competition for a full eight seconds. → Read More

Jays can't hold on late in Baltimore

They had lost on bobbles, bungled rundowns and bollixed fly balls. → Read More

Blue Jays falter in extra innings on passed ball with bases loaded

When games used to reach the bottom of the ninth with the score tied, Hall of Fame manager Tommy Lasorda used to yell down the Los Angeles Dodgers dugout. → Read More

Struggling Blue Jays bats cobble enough offence to beat Orioles

That column housing the Blue Jays batting averages can be depressing for a fan. → Read More

Blue Jays waste good Sanchez start as bullpen blows it

Stop us if you have heard this one before. → Read More

Blue Jays lose another Canadian from front office

Another day of long faces around the Rogers Centre. → Read More

Baseball fans wrap their heads around Gibbons’ comments

This spring a visitor to Dunedin heard griefs, gripes and grumbles from a number of people in the industry about their respective teams, some with new leaders at the top. → Read More

Tulowitzki a stabilizing force for Jays

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Every generation thinks it was better than the current one. → Read More

Encarnacion comes out swinging for Jays

It does not matter your age. → Read More

The Jays' greatest inning ever

It was the worst of times in Blue Jays land. → Read More

Bautista has his say, and then some

Some years it has been called Swing Away Sundays. → Read More

Blue Jays got Ross Atkins on the first hop

Ross Atkins was interviewed by president Andy MacPhail for the Philadelphia Phillies vacant general manager’s job in 2015. → Read More

Jays' Diaz has a unique claim to fame

Rounding the corner of the Bobby Mattick Center on Friday, we spotted two former Blue Jays and a current minor-leaguer. → Read More

Aaron Sanchez should be a starter for Blue Jays

Our Ken Fidlin was like Prior Smith, whose Canada Calling radio show with news from home is in its 62nd year. → Read More

Introduction to catching was painful for Blue Jays' Martin

Few people were watching that morning as the transformation began at Dodgertown in Vero Beach. → Read More

Encarnacion not asking Jays for five-year deal: Agent

LAKELAND, Fla. — Edwin Encarnacion has not asked for a five-year deal. → Read More