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Toronto Blue Jays - Draftboard Update - 04/09

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I missed updating this last night, and for that, I apologize.  As it turns out though, not much changed.  Of all the teams on our list, only two teams, the White Sox and Angels,  did not split the two games they played.

Sept. 4, 2013; Phoenix, AZ, USA: Arizona Diamondbacks pinch runner Tony Campana (left) dives back to first base during a pickoff attempt by Toronto Blue Jays first baseman Edwin Encarnacion in the seventh inning at Chase Field. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

In fact, the only movement of note is Seattle and the Phillies flipping spots.

The Jays really should have made more headway in the wrong direction but, after some stellar defense all series versus the Diamondbacks, Edwin Encarnacion‘s circus act at first triggered a rally that couldn’t be stopped.

In other news, of the Blue Jays affiliate playoff aspirations, both the teams that share the Blue Jay name are now done while the Vancouver Canadians head to their third straight Northwest Championship series.

Let’s hope at least one of the two picks the Jays have in 2014 end up in Vancouver from the off.

Rk Tm G W L W-L% ▴ GB
1 HOU 139 46 93 0.331 0
2 MIA 138 52 86 0.377 6.5
3 CHW 138 56 82 0.406 10.5
4 CHC 139 59 80 0.424 13
5 MIL 139 60 79 0.432 14
6 MIN 138 61 77 0.442 15.5
7 SDP 139 62 77 0.446 16
8 SFG 139 62 77 0.446 16
9 PHI 140 63 77 0.450 16.5
10 SEA 139 63 76 0.453 17
11 TOR Phil Bickford
12 NYM 138 63 75 0.457 17.5
13 TOR 140 64 76 0.457 17.5
14 LAA 138 64 74 0.464 18.5
15 COL 141 66 75 0.468 19
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