The Blue Jays have gotten good at one thing, and that’s avoiding the arbitration table. Shawn Camp signed over the weekend and that marks twelve straight years where the team has avoided arbitration. Camp will make $750k in 2009.
Pitchers and catchers report in just one week. It’ll be an interesting season for Jays fans because it looks like they’re stuck once again in the toughest division. A.J. Burnett is gone and the Yankees, Red Sox and Rays could be the best three teams in the American League, much less the division.
My son is going to play little league this year and he got some catcher’s equipment and a top of the line baseball bag for Christmas. It’ll be nice when the snow melts and we can go out and break it in.
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