It has been quite some time now that we have seen the Toronto Blue Jays make the playoffs and contend for the World Series. In my perspective, every year the Blue Jays either start the year off very well and fall through the standings, or have a horrible first have and accelerate through the second. This year we fall under scenario #1. I n the first half of this 2009 season the Blue Jays were at the top of the standings for the better part of 3 and a half months. If I was J.P. Riccardi, I would start little by little trading some older veterans on this Jays squad for some draft picks and or younger players. In a way he is off to a good start by trading Scott Rolen to the Reds for some youngster pitching and Edwin Encarnacion. The Jays already have the foundation for a young pitching staff, with all these unexpected injures. Looking towards the future, the only way I see another World Series Championship Banner in Rogers Centre is by starting a younger club. Remember, it has been proven by the Tampa Ba Rays that by having a new look as a team does change your chemistry as a team and change the standings. Rewind back to 2001 – 2005. The Rays were almost the worst in all of baseball, now competing agian for a World Series.