Tag Archives: Toronto Blue Jays

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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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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The Soundtrack of Sport

Yesterday, the radio voice of the Toronto Blue Jays, Jerry Howarth, announced his retirement after 36 seasons with the team. Health issues that have affected his voice in recent years, lead to his decision. Spring Training begins today, without him. … 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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