5 BLUE JAYS TRADE DEADLINE NEEDS WHICH ARE FLYING UNDER THE RADAR
To call the Toronto Blue Jays season a disappointment at this point would be a massive understatement. Several pitchers have underperformed, their defense has declined immensely compared to last season and most of all, the offense has regressed to a level where Justin Smoak hits cleanup and nobody questions it. This has lead to a laundry list of areas the club needs to improve on going into the trade deadline, and quite frankly some of these needs are getting vastly overlooked. As a result of the lack of publicity and discussion these important needs are getting, I decided to break them down for myself, and expose the multitude of weaknesses which currently posses the Blue Jays organization.
Improved Social Media Presence
I’m just gonna come out and say it; the Blue Jays social media presence is weak. All the Jays accounts do is simply state what events which happened, and are already known by the vast majority of the audience they have. If the Jays really want to improve in this regard than some type of deadline move needs to be made. For example, one move the Jays could make would be acquiring the Athletics instagram guy, who made this reply following a sweep of the Yankees.