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World Series Champion Tony Fernández has Passed Away

Former Toronto Blue Jay shortstopTony Fernández has passed away at the age of 57.  He played for the Blue Jays in four different stints: from 1983-1900, 1993, from 1998-1999, and finally in 2001, winning the World series with the Blue … Continue reading

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2019 In Review

2019 has now finished, and we have entered 2020.  As such, let’s take a look at what happened in 2019: In January, famed opera Bass-Baritone Theo Adam passed away at the age of 92.  While the late Roy Halladay was … Continue reading

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Toronto Blue Jays 2019 Opening Day Roster

Today the Toronto Blue Jays open the 2019 MLB season at home against the Detroit Tigers. The team is managed by Charlie Montoyo in his first year as a major league manager. The 25 man roster breaks down as follows:

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Roy Halladay leads Cooperstown Class of 2019

The Baseball Hall of Fame (Cooperstown) has announced it Class of 2019 inductees. Those elected to the Hall of Fame are:

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25th Anniversary of ‘Touch ‘Em All Joe’

Today, October 23rd 2018, is the 25th anniversary of the most important homerun in Toronto Blue Jays history:  Joe Carter’s walk-off homerun to win the 1993 World Series for the Toronto Blue Jays, and potentially in the history of the … Continue reading

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Vladimir Guerrero leads Class of 2018

The National Baseball Hall of Fame (i.e. Cooperstown) has announced that four players will be inducted into the Hall of Fame this year. The players elected by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America are Chipper Jones (97.2%), Vladimir Guerrero (92.9%) … Continue reading

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Blue Jays Announce Spring Training Schedule

The Toronto Blue Jays have announced their spring training schedule for 2018. Spring training starts on February 23rd against the Philadelphia Phillies.  The Blue Jays will also play the Detroit Tigers, and New York Yankees before taking on Philadelphia again … Continue reading

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2016 MLB Wild Card Games

It took baseball until the final day of the regular season (October 2nd, 2016) to determine the teams who would qualify for the two wild card spots in both leagues, as well as who would be hosting the wild games. … Continue reading

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Toronto Blue Jays’ 2016 Roster

The Toronto Blue Jays have now opened their 2016 season in Tampa Bay with a 5-3 win over the Tampa Bay Rays. The Blue Jays are the defending American League East (A.L. East) Pennant winners, and as such, there are … Continue reading

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Munenori Kawasaki signs Triple A Contract with Chicago Cubs

It has come out that one of the Toront0 Blue Jays most popular players, Munenori Kawasaki, has signed a minor league deal with the Chicago Cubs. Kawasaki may not have been the best player on the team – during his … Continue reading

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