Blue Jays: Where did it all go wrong?

Jose Reyes reacts to a run by the Houston Astros on Friday. (Scott Halleran/Getty Images)

Jose Reyes reacts to a run by the Houston Astros on Friday. (Scott Halleran/Getty Images)

BOB ELLIOTT, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 7:17 PM ET

This was supposed to be the best of times — the best since 1993.

Instead, it’s the worst of times for Your Toronto Blue Jays.

With a total of 57 wins going into Saturday night’s game in Houston, it is the least amount of wins the Jays have had 129 games in since 2004.

Those Jays, managed by Carlos Tosca and John Gibbons, were 53-76 after 129 games and finished the season with 67 victories.

Will this group, will the Toronto Bisons/Buffalo Blue Oxes get to 67?

A silly question in April, right?

As goofy as suggesting Hulk Hogan would lose an arm wrasslin’ match to Mayor Ford? Or that the Carleton Ravens would beat the Wisconsin Badgers in hoops?

Watching the Jays, with the ninth-highest payroll ($117 million US) in the majors embarrassed in a 12-4 loss to the Houston Astros, the worst team in baseball, on Friday the question was possible.


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