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  • starkeeper
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    Originally posted by bluejaysfan4ever
    Looking at the Blue Jays standing from last year, we were 7 games back of the Red Sox, which is much better than where we are now(9.5 back of Yankees). We had a better chance of competing last year than we do this year(the Blue Jays didn't try at the end of the last year). Well, we added 25 million dollars to the payroll to knock ourselves 2 1/2 games behind where we were last year! If only the team of last year actually tried, we had a good chance of making the postseason without Halladay, which is better than NOTHING. The Red Sox/ Yankees of last year really had problems (none of them went .600).

    Go post on the Yankee forum!!!

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  • Mariano_Rivera
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    Originally posted by bluejaysfan4ever
    Looking at the Blue Jays standing from last year, we were 7 games back of the Red Sox, which is much better than where we are now(9.5 back of Yankees). We had a better chance of competing last year than we do this year(the Blue Jays didn't try at the end of the last year). Well, we added 25 million dollars to the payroll to knock ourselves 2 1/2 games behind where we were last year! If only the team of last year actually tried, we had a good chance of making the postseason without Halladay, which is better than NOTHING. The Red Sox/ Yankees of last year really had problems (none of them went .600).
    I think their are 2 factors at work here. They are that they need a year to adjust to the new teamates and New York is much better than they where last year.

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  • bluejaysfan4ever
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    No bang for the Buck

    Looking at the Blue Jays standing from last year, we were 7 games back of the Red Sox, which is much better than where we are now(9.5 back of Yankees). We had a better chance of competing last year than we do this year(the Blue Jays didn't try at the end of the last year). Well, we added 25 million dollars to the payroll to knock ourselves 2 1/2 games behind where we were last year! If only the team of last year actually tried, we had a good chance of making the postseason without Halladay, which is better than NOTHING. The Red Sox/ Yankees of last year really had problems (none of them went .600).

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