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Happy Holidays from the Blue Jay Hunter

BOSTON - SEPTEMBER 29:  Jason Frasor #54 of the Toronto Blue Jays celebrates the win over the Boston Red Sox on September 29, 2009 at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts.The Blue Jays defeated the Red Sox 8-7.  (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
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Ian HunterCorrespondent IDecember 24, 2009

Although Alex Anthopoulos' blackberry might not be in hiatus through the holidays, unfortunately the Blue Jay Hunter will be on a bit of a break this week to celebrate Festivus and other holidays of that nature.

As you can see from the photo above, the Blue Jays roster has seen significant changes from just one year ago .

That being said, another year is nearly in the books and I hope you are looking forward to the 2010 season as much as I am. Even if another subpar, 75-win season is on the horizon. It still sure as hell beats no baseball at all. Playing day after day of MLB '09 The Show will only take you so far.

Naturally, people get sentimental and reflective after a couple of holiday egg nogs, so I would like to thank everyone for reading, commenting, and even following my 140-character ramblings on Twitter.

This blog has grown by leaps and bounds just this year alone, and not to sound "acceptance-speech cliche," but it wouldn't have been possible without you guys...so thank you.

Have a great holiday!

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