Tag Archives: Baseball

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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Canadian In Cleveland

Travel posts are such a daunting task. You have to upload pictures. You have to remember things you saw. You have to filter through the unimportant details and figure out which ones to share, like the fact that the hotel … Continue reading

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The Softball Tournament

Last Saturday, I participated in a charity softball tournament in Toronto. If you want a story with more details than you probably need, keep reading. And if you don’t want that, tell me what your favourite potato chip flavour is in the … Continue reading

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The Season After

Do you remember where you were the night of October 23, 2015? I do. I was sitting on the couch watching the Toronto Blue Jays play the final game of their season. They fell two wins short of advancing to … Continue reading

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Eliminated

This hurts. This really hurts. Game 7 is not necessary. It’s over. The Toronto Blue Jays are officially eliminated from the 2015 MLB postseason. It wasn’t supposed to end this way, but sports can’t provide every team with a happy ending. … Continue reading

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Clinched

I have goosebumps just thinking about it. There are chills running through my body that cannot be mitigated by a sweater or blanket. I don’t know if I should smile, laugh, shake my head, or just sit here and cry. I’ll … Continue reading

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Flying High

I fell in love with the Toronto Blue Jays and the game of baseball during the summer of 1998 as a six-year-old child. I was sitting in front of the TV, flipping channels, and came across a Blue Jays game. … Continue reading

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My Childhood Softball Career: How Bad Do I Smell?

The other day, my Dad and I drove by a plumbing store. I pointed it out. The company that owned the store sponsored my softball team in 2002 when I won my first championship. We couldn’t help but reminisce. It was … Continue reading

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