The Toronto Blue Jays' midseason grade. 

July 13, 2017

A 2-11 start, several key injuries (Josh Donaldson, Aaron Sanchez, Devon Travis, Troy Tulowitzki) and an 0-9 record when trying to get to .500 have left the Blue Jays in a hole, and while the deficit isn't insurmountable, the traffic is heavy. Barring a quick, dramatic turnaround, it appears that they'll be sellers at the deadline. They have starting pitching to offer; the question is whether they begin moving members of the league’s oldest lineup—one with only two regulars under 30 years old—with Josh Donaldson as the big prize.

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