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Published November 18, 2009
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STEPPING UP TO THE PLATE: In Toronto, Morgan Campbell writes Blue Jays President & CEO Paul Beeston is "crafting a plan to make the club … perennial contenders,” and he hinted that the plan “might include” former GM Pat Gillick. Beeston “expressed a strong desire to re-establish the Blue Jays as a national brand,” as fan interest in the team “has declined as its record sagged.” With GM Alex Anthopoulos’ “emphasis on stringent scouting and smart drafting, Beeston thinks the Jays can become baseball’s version of the NHL’s Chicago Blackhawks” (TORONTO STAR, 11/18).