4:10 PM Eastern
A 6-1 homestand was a fine way to finish up the home schedule, with two walk-offs and an eighth-inning come-from-behind thrown in to boot!
Now all the Jays have to do to avoid a 90-loss season is go 2-4 on their trip through Boston and Baltimore.
I’ll be off tomorrow to observe Yom Kippur, so I point you back to Friday night’s “remodel” post for your comments, with one change – it turns out that while Prince Fielder is under contract for one more year, he’s actually under control for TWO more years, so the rental isn’t as short-term as I’d thought. And that means the price has to go up. And THAT means that instead of Marc Rzepczynski or David Purcey, the Jays will have to put Ricky Romero in that offer in order to secure the Prince.
Here’s Saturday afternoon’s edition of The JaysTalk, for your listening pleasure:
See you Tuesday! Rational, reasonable comments are always welcome!