Tag Archives: Baseball

Blue Jays at the Break

I realize that Major League Baseball is back in action after the All-Star break, so do whatever you need to do to make yourself believe this post happened last week and the Toronto Blue Jays are still on a break. … Continue reading

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A Fantasy League of Her Own

What if I told you that fantasy baseball wasn’t a fantasy? That the roster decisions you make and statistical outcomes you receive are very much real? What if I told you that frustration can be derived from something that is … Continue reading

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21 Years of Blue Jays Memories

I became a fan of the Toronto Blue Jays in 1998 at the age of seven. Since then, a lot of players have come and gone, but memories associated with most of them have remained lodged in the back of … Continue reading

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Major League Baseball Should Adopt A New Schedule

Major League Baseball should adopt a new, balanced schedule. There is no reason why – with a 162-game season – fans should be forced to see their favourite team play the four other teams in their division, a total of … Continue reading

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Game 1 of 162

I shouldn’t be so frustrated after one game, but I am. I don’t even know where to start. The Toronto Blue Jays lost the first game of the season to the New York Yankees, by a score of 6-1. It … Continue reading

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A Letter To Becky

Dear Becky, I’m tempted to make this letter all about baseball because I know you wouldn’t object to that, but I won’t. It’ll only be 75% about baseball. Balance is good, or something. So, I went to the dentist yesterday … Continue reading

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Roy Halladay

When I was a kid, I wanted to be like Roy Halladay. Yesterday, Roy “Doc” Halladay died in a plane crash. It was his plane. He was the only one on board. Halladay was only 40-years-old, and leaves behind a … Continue reading

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The 2017 Toronto Blue Jays

I hate Spring Training. It is the worst part about baseball. It’s a month long tease that the media tries to make us care about, even though they hate it just as much as the fans. What makes me laugh … Continue reading

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Not Our Moment

It’s over. About fifteen empty minutes ago, the Toronto Blue Jays were officially eliminated from the playoffs by the Cleveland Indians. For the second year in a row, I sat on my couch and watched as another team celebrated a … Continue reading

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Oh What A Night

It is 3:27 a.m. My arms are shaking. My throat is sore. My eyes won’t close. I’m not sure if my ears are still attached to my head. And there has been a smile across my face for the last four and a … Continue reading

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