1. Blue Jays hold off Rangers: Everything's Bigger in Texas

    Under ordinary circumstances, you would think that an 11 run lead would be enough to secure a victory. I learned the hard way that no lead is ever a safe lead, and luckily the Blue Jays held ...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about almost 5 years ago 60 reads 3 comments

  2. Vernon Wells's Homecoming Party

    When Vernon Wells returns to his hometown of Arlington Texas tonight, he will enjoy seeing some familiar faces in the stands at Rangers Ballpark...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about almost 5 years ago 230 reads 0 comments

  3. This Weekend in Pictures

    They say that a picture is worth a thousands words - I beg to differ. Looking at the collage above from this past weekend's series at Fenway against the Red Sox, my feelings can be expressed in just three words: FML...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about almost 5 years ago 23 reads 0 comments

  4. Randy Ruiz Swinging for the Fences

    "Chicks dig the long ball" - Greg Maddux, 1999 Nike Commercial I'm not sure if Randy Ruiz has a significant other or not, but he's certainly swinging for the fences hoping to impress the ladies...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about almost 5 years ago 101 reads 0 comments

  5. Scott Richmond Under the Bright Lights at Fenway

    Scott Richmond has never been one to back down from a challenge. By now, we all know about his winding journey from the minor leagues which eventually led him to the big show last July...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about almost 6 years ago 61 reads 0 comments

  6. Scott Richmond: The Obligatory Update

    First off, let me start by apologizing to Scott Richmond. I have not forgotten about you, nor have I ignored your accomplishments this season. I hope you can forgive me...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 45 reads 0 comments

  7. Blue Jays-Rays: Toronto Beats Tampa on Walk-off Wild Pitch

    Well, that was certainly one of the more creative ways to end a ballgame! A wild pitch with the bases loaded was enough to score Marco Scutaro and help the Blue Jays celebrate their fifth walk-off victory of the season...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 42 reads 0 comments

  8. Where in the World Is Kevin Millar?

    Despite our disdain, Kevin Millar is still somehow a member of the Toronto Blue Jays. It’s easy to assume that he’s been designated for assignment because Millar has only played in four games this month...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 97 reads 0 comments

  9. All Swings Considered, Who's Worse Off, the N.Y. Mets or Toronto Blue Jays?

    No matter how grim things are looking for the Toronto Blue Jays these days, they could always be worse. All you have to do is take a look at the New York Mets and see that even the ...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 234 reads 12 comments

  10. Summer Halladays

    Just a mere hours after I posted that Halladay is still one of the front-runners for the American League Cy Young Award, he tops his worst outing of the season on Aug. 19 by giving up seven runs on 12 hits against the Rays...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 32 reads 0 comments

  11. The Cy Young chase.

    With just six weeks remaining in the regular season, the chase for the American League Cy Young award is starting to take shape. As usual, Roy Halladay is one of the few who is up for consideration year after year...

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

  12. Toronto Blue Jays: Lazy Sunday Links

    Well, after all that doom and gloom earlier this week, the Blue Jays managed to put together a series win against the American League West division-leading Los Angeles Angels...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 38 reads 0 comments

  13. Toronto Blue Jays: Brandon League and Jesse Carlson Follow-Up

    In a post earlier this week I took a look into the recent struggles of Brandon League and Jesse Carlson. While there was some statistical evidence, it felt like I had just scratched ...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 108 reads 0 comments

  14. Roy Halladay is Human After All

    The desire for winning may be the only relevant thought in the mind of Roy Halladay when he's on the mound, but despite his impenetrable exterior, he didn't look like a machine for once...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 78 reads 0 comments

  15. Maybe Doc Halladay Has the Prescription For Blue Jays Coughing Up Close Games

    Nobody in Hollywood could have written Travis Snider's return any better. He hit a home run in his first at bat back with the Blue Jays along with a single on the evening, Snider was ...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 129 reads 3 comments

  16. Travis Snider's Second Wind

    Much like the testosterone supercharged males who counted down the days to the Olsen twins' 18th birthday, we've been eagerly anticipating the return of Travis Snider...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 124 reads 6 comments

  17. Red Sox vs. Blue Jays Preview: The Mass Invasion

    It’s a position with which the Boston Red Sox is not very familiar: being without a playoff spot. As the Blue Jays and Red Sox get ready to tangle for a crucial three-game series at the ...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 101 reads 0 comments

  18. Brandon League and Jesse Carlson: Mr. Inconsistency and Captain Facepalm

    They're the faces we've seen all too often this season; the patented Jesse Carlson facepalm and the Brandon League look of disbelief...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 314 reads 6 comments

  19. Lazy Sunday Links from the Blue Jays Blogosphere

    Well, I'm finally back from cottage country, but I'm sad to report that I didn't hunt down any raccoons or bears but there certainly were plenty of cougars...

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

  20. Jumping Joe Inglett

    Sorry, I know this afternoon's matinee is already in progress (check out The Score liveblog by the way) but I just wanted to touch on a few things from last night's game...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 48 reads 0 comments

  21. Blue Jays Waive Goodbye to Alex Rios

    In hindsight, I guess all those reports about Alex Rios being claimed on waivers really did mean something. Last week the White Sox were the "mystery team" that put their name in the hat first to grab Rios and today the deal was made official...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 111 reads 0 comments

  22. A-Rod and Yankee Staduim: No Benefit After All

    I'll be honest, when I sat down to write this post I was ready to theorize about how the new Yankee Stadium was built for the purpose so Alex Rodriguez could break Barry Bond's all time home run record...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 94 reads 2 comments

  23. Toronto Blue Jays: Case of the Mondays

    If you take a look at the top of the website, you might notice the new banner and somewhat new layout. It was the brainchild of Carson, the man behind the Blue Jays video "Where Amazing Happens...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 66 reads 0 comments

  24. A Long Overdue Blue Jays Walk-off Win

    It was great to finally see the Blue Jays come through with a walk-off win for the first time since May 2. In honour of this milestone, here are some quick stats that have really stood out over the past few months...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 32 reads 0 comments

  25. A Night of Champions

    There was something special in the air at the Rogers Centre last night, because it really was a night of champions. The moment I stepped into the building, I started to get goosebumps as they were playing Game 6 of the 1993 World Series on Jays Vision...

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