AL East Round Up: Happy Returns Edition

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Mandatory Credit: David Manning-USA TODAY Sports

Mandatory Credit: David Manning-USA TODAY Sports

 

Welcome to this week’s AL East Round Up. This week, we look at the many returns that took place in the AL East. There is lots to talk about with players returning to the lineup from the DL, players returning to the hog grab attention, others returning to form and certain teams returning to their usual place in the standings.  Let’s do this!

 

Standings:

New York Yankees-  16-13
Baltimore Orioles- 15-13 (0.5 GB)
Boston Red Sox- 15-16 (2.0 GB)
Tampa Bay Rays- 14-14 (3.0 GB)
Toronto Blue Jays- 13-17 (3.5 GB)

 

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  • nickgarciataria

    Honestly, this bad stretch can’t continue forever. I still feel they’ll break out of this slump and put certain other AL East teams back in last place where they belong.

    • http://www.jaysjournal.com Shaun Doyle

      I tend to agree..Bad slumps don’t last. But there is this ominous feeling in my gut…

      • nickgarciataria

        It just sucks (for lack of a better word). Why can’t bad luck pick on one of the other AL East teams for a change?

        • http://www.jaysjournal.com Shaun Doyle

          The rest of the East has had their share of issues. Mostly injuries.

  • Beamisj

    The Blue Jays stink and they need to blow this team up. Trading for Dickey was a terrible move