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The hitting by the players who regularly occupy the first five spots in the Blue Jay batting order—Devon White (.306 through Sunday), Roberto Alomar (.301), Paul Molitor (.328), Joe Carter (.276) and John Olerud...
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October 29, 1984 | Paul Zimmerman
With quarterback Dan Marino overseeing a brilliant offense, Miami crushed New England to stay unbeaten
May 21, 2001 | Mark Beech
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April 04, 1994 | Tim Kurkjian
The Blue Jays can win without Joe Carter for a couple of weeks, they can win with a catcher in leftfield, and they can win with wobbly starting pitching. But the two-time defending world champions can't win without...