1. Toronto Blue Jays Finishing Strong: Shades of Spring in Fall

    Do mine eyes deceive me, or are these the same Toronto Blue Jays from earlier this year? For the second night in a row, Toronto's offense was firing on all cylinders and the starting pitching put forth a great effort to keep the team in the ballgame...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 71 reads 0 comments

  2. Blue Jays-Red Sox: Mother Nature Prevails in Jays Win

    It took them seven tries and some assistance from Mother Nature, but the Toronto Blue Jays finally won a game at Fenway Park.After seven innings and a hell of a downpour, the umpires chose to call it a game with the final score 11-5...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 34 reads 0 comments

  3. The All You Can Eat Aftermath

    Seven hot dogs, three cokes, a bottle of water and a half a bag of peanuts - that was the price for my dignity today as I stuffed my face at the All You Can Eat event at the Rogers Centre...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 40 reads 0 comments

  4. The All You Can Eat Weekend Guide to Gluttony

    It will be a weekend of pure unabashed gluttony when Blue Jays fans stuff their faces during the All You Can Eat Weekend...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 104 reads 4 comments

  5. Christmas Comes Early for Aaron Hill

    If anyone is planning on buying on buying holiday gifts for Aaron Hill this year, you have your work cut out for you because he already has everything he could have possibly imagined for in 2009…and more...

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  6. David Purcey: Blue Jays' Hurler Not Overpowering, But Precise

    It may have taken seven tries, but David Purcey finally picked up his first win of the season. After being penciled in as the Blue Jays third starter on Opening Day, Purcey has gone through the ...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 65 reads 0 comments

  7. Take a Chance on Bad Boy Milton Bradley?

    Milton Bradley doesn't like the Chicago Cubs, and the Cubs aren't exactly crazy about him either. It's been another widely publicized season of scrutiny for the Cubs slugger and now he'll spend ...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 144 reads 1 comments

  8. Where in the World Was Randy Ruiz?

    So what exactly did Randy Ruiz do to get in the dog house? Aside from a pinch-running assignment and a late game substitution, Ruiz spent six straight games on the bench prior to today...

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  9. Toronto Blue Jays: No Winning Season for You!

    It was a great run but after three straight seasons of 80+ wins, the Toronto Blue Jays are guaranteed to finish under .500 this year...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 93 reads 6 comments

  10. Jesse Carlson Says "You Should See the Other Guy"

    Depending on whom you talk to in the blogosphere, Jorge Posada's actions last night were deserving of the highest honors of douchebaggery, or he was simply standing up for himself. As a Blue Jays fan, I'm having a tough time defending the latter...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 168 reads 7 comments

  11. Rumble in the Bronx

    In baseball, there are certain unwritten rules when it comes to beaming players. If you intentionally hit somebody from the other team, then you can fully expect them to hit you back...

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  12. David Purcey: Walk This Way

    David Purcey's return to the Blue Jays is bittersweet in many ways. He began the season as one of the surefire starting pitchers, then quickly fizzled out and was sent to work on his stuff down in the minor leagues...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 113 reads 5 comments

  13. Frasor is still the Golden Boy

    It was not that long ago that Jason Frasor was forever damned to the bowels of the bullpen. Now after settling in quite nicely as the interim closer, Frasor has become one of the shining stars of the Toronto Blue Jays...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 43 reads 0 comments

  14. Batting Cleanup for the Blue Jays ...

    The 2009 Toronto Blue Jays have lacked consistency in the cleanup spot.For the first 55 games of the season, they rolled with Vernon Wells in the number four slot...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 83 reads 0 comments

  15. Toronto Blue Jays: Light at the End of the Tunnel

    The end is near, which is good or bad, depending on which side of the fence you sit on. If you're an eternal optimist like myself, you are looking forward to what next year's possibilities bring for the Toronto Blue Jays...

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  16. Toronto Blue Jays: Full House

    It wasn't exactly the 9,000 that I anticipated, but you could practically hear a pin dropat the Rogers Centre earlier this afternoon...

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  17. The Twins Come Out to Play

    Of all the pitchers in the American League to go pitch for pitch with Roy Halladay, Carl Pavano was the guy I least expected to match Doc tonight...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 63 reads 0 comments

  18. Blue Jays' John McDonald Hits His Power Stride

    It was something that one would think could only possibly happen in MLB2k7 or MVP Baseball 2005. It was no video game simulation, John McDonald hit a three-run game winning home run...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 64 reads 0 comments

  19. Ricky of The Year

    First off, thanks to Matt English for giving us permission to post this movie poster. Of course, Matt is the mastermind behind the Blue Jays comics which you will often find over at Drunk Jays Fans...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 88 reads 0 comments

  20. The Curious Case of Scott Richmond

    It's something that we've become all too accustomed with this year with Scott Richmond. For whatever reason, Scotty often runs into trouble early in the game...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 31 reads 0 comments

  21. The Cito Side Effects

    It's what eyebleaf calls "The Cito Effect" and the term that Drew at Ghostrunner on First has labeled "Citocity." Countless times this year, manager Cito Gaston has made decisions that left us scratching our heads...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 122 reads 0 comments

  22. Tip your cap to Roy Halladay

    I apologize for the lateness of this post, but almost 24 hours after it happened, Roy Halladay's one-hitter over the New York Yankees is still relevant and fresh in the minds of Blue Jays fans...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 137 reads 0 comments

  23. Starters Sliding Down Slippery Slope

    Holy alliteration, Batman! As the picture above indicates, sometimes sliding down a slippery slope is an enjoyable experience. Lately, it's been quite the opposite because the Blue Jays starting pitchers haven’t exactly been pulling their weight...

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  24. Toronto Blue Jays: Dumbfounded

    Do those long and sad faces look like they belong to a team that has given up on the 2009 season? Technically the Blue Jays are still fielding a team every game, but it certainly seems like they have thrown in the towel...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 54 reads 0 comments

  25. Time for the Jays to Jump on J.J. Hardy

    As we near the end of the 2009 campaign, one of the big holes that the Blue Jays need to address in the offseason is who's going to play shortstop...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 285 reads 4 comments