The Curse Of Joe Carter

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To say the Toronto Blue Jays had high expectations heading into the 2013 Major League Baseball season, is like saying the CN Tower is really tall. Many experts pegged the Jays to win the American League Eastern division for the first time since 1993.

However, the Jays have started slowly this season, as they sit in last place in the AL East, going 4-6 in their first 10 games. This despite the many moves the Jays made in the offseason. In a blockbuster deal that shook the baseball world, general manager Alex Anthopoulos acquired shortstop Jose Reyes, catcher John Buck, second baseman Emilo Bonifacio, and pitchers Mark Buehrle and Josh Johnson from the Miami Marlins for minor leaguers and prospects. The Jays then traded Buck, and prospects to the New York Mets for Cy Young award winner R.A. Dickey. The Jays had loaded up and were looking to challenge the…

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