Just a Thought
The 2008 Toronto Blue Jays have perhaps the deepest pitching staff in the American League. They feature three cheap, effective young starters - the most valuable commodity in baseball right now - not to mention a bonafide ace in Roy Halladay. The bullpen is deep and versatile, and the team plays very good defense.
With almost 100 games to go in a tightly bunched division, the Blue Jays are in as good a position to qualify for the postseason as they've been in in several years.
However, that simply isn't going to happen IF THEY CAN'T PLATE A G**DAMNED RUNNER FROM THIRD WITH NONE OUT AGAINST THE WORST F**CKING TEAM IN ALL OF BASEBALL!!!!!
There, that felt better.