1. Happy Back2Back Reunion Day Blue Jays!

    It was a time that brings great memories flooding back for Blue Jays fans. A time that evokes a cavalcade of emotions associated with victory, triumph, and perseverance. Today, we will get the opportunity to experience those feelings all over again...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about almost 5 years ago 372 reads 0 comments

  2. Off Day Thoughts

    After watching Mark Teixeira throughout the two game mini-series against the Yankees, I finally figured it out. His “game face” in the batter’s box emulates that of a rabbit eating a carrot...

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  3. Toronto Blue Jays: Will They Have Two 30+ HR Hitters?

    I came across a really cool website called HR Pace.com, which basically takes all the guess work out of calculating how many home runs and RBI’s that a hitter is on pace for...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about almost 5 years ago 68 reads 2 comments

  4. Toronoto Blue Jays Make It Close, but No Cigar Against New York Yankees

    It was almost as rare as the sight of a unicorn galloping across a rainbow; Roy Halladay giving up back-to-back home runs...

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  5. Toronto Blue Jays: Those Damn Yankees...

    A full twelve games might separate them in the standings, but tonight's Yankees/Blue Jays showdown has the feeling of playoff baseball to it...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about almost 5 years ago 21 reads 0 comments

  6. Toronto Blue Jays on a Winning Streak: This Calls for a Celebration

    I'd say that the Blue Jays stringing together two consecutive wins calls for a celebration. Sociable!Starting off the month of August with two straight wins is a great way to help forget how abysmal July was for the Blue Jays...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about almost 5 years ago 40 reads 2 comments

  7. Scott Rolen's Top 10 Defensive Gems

    Even though he only spent a season and a half with the Toronto Blue Jays, Scott Rolen made a lasting impression with this team thanks to his constant dazzling plays on the third base side...

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  8. J.P. Ricciardi's Blackberry on Trade Deadline Day

    It's less than eight hours before the MLB non-waiver trade deadline, and J.P. Ricciardi's blackberry is undoubtedly buzzing with offers and inquiries about Roy Halladay...

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  9. Toronto Blue Jays: The Trade Deadline Domino Effect

    If and when the domino falls on the Roy Halladay trade, it could create a domino effect which would see more than just one Blue Jay leaving the nest in Toronto...

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  10. Drowning in the Sea of Uncertainty: Roy Halladay Saga Continues

    The most overused phrase from Toronto Sports Media over the past week has been "what could be Halladay's last game as a Blue Jay." Drew from Ghostrunner on First noticed that Rogers has been milking this for all it's worth and I think L...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about almost 5 years ago 71 reads 2 comments

  11. Ichiro: the Blue Jay Killer

    PitchFX courtesy of Brooks Baseball Who else but the mighty Ichiro would drive a dagger through the hearts of the Blue Jays for the final blow of the ballgame?If you thought that pitch was way outside the strike zone, just check out the PitchFX above...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about almost 5 years ago 53 reads 0 comments

  12. I Dreamt the Toronto Blue Jays to Victory?

    A miraculous thing happened last night, which yours truly may or may not be responsible for. I went to bed as the Blue Jays were losing 3-4, only to wake up this morning and discover that they had clubbed the Mariners 11-4...

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

  13. The Bautista Appreciation Society

    It all stemmed from the comments section at The Tao of Stieb and it's now ballooned into an internet sensation of epic proportions...

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  14. Toronto Blue Jays: Salvaging the Series

    On the surface, a 4-5 record at home might not look so bad, but when you take into consideration that two or three of those losses could have easily translated into wins, that’s what makes it sting a little more...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about almost 5 years ago 53 reads 4 comments

  15. Toronto Blue Jays: Lose Two to Win One Later

    I'm starting to think that Cito Gaston's infamous "lose one to win two later" coaching strategy is turning more into the "lose two now and maybe win one later...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about almost 5 years ago 58 reads 2 comments

  16. Roy Halladay: "I Think at This Point I Feel I'm Going to be Here"

    Those words came straight from the Doctor's mouth; and when the Doctor says something, he means it. And you know what? I believe him.Roy Halladay doesn't have any reason to play any games or give the answers that everybody wants to hear...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about almost 6 years ago 189 reads 2 comments

  17. Roy Halladay: Calm In the Eye of the Trade Storm

    How much of what you do for a living defines who you are? For Roy Halladay, I’m sure that his job is simply more than just coming to the ballpark every day and putting in the eight hours...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about almost 6 years ago 66 reads 0 comments

  18. The Strangest and Weirdest Trades in Baseball History

    The July 31st MLB trade deadline has been infamous for providing some blockbuster trades over the past few years. In retrospect, some of these deals have been pretty lopsided; but nothing compares ...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 6,533 reads 6 comments

  19. Long Ball Parade

    There are times in baseball when you think that there is no possible way that what you are watching is actually unfolding before your eyes. Last night was one of those instances where I was convinced there was an anomaly in the baseball Matrix...

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  20. Don't jump off a Cliff

    In an extremely close one-run game, molehills are mountains. Unfortunately, Lyle Overbay’s errant throw into center field was the molehill that allowed the Cleveland Indians to climb the mountain to victory...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 36 reads 0 comments

  21. Toronto Blue Jays: Always Look on the Bright Side

    I figured that since all we've heard lately is nothing but Roy Halladay trade rumours, it was time to take a look at some less depressing news that's happening within the Blue Jays organization...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 253 reads 2 comments

  22. Time for Kevin Millar to Cowboy Down?

    When the Blue Jays were winning, everyone was a fan of Kevin Millar; the lovable, scruffy, jokester of the clubhouse...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 369 reads 5 comments

  23. Halladay Unphased in Victory over Red Sox

    Amidst all the whirlwind of trade speculations and being on display in St. Louis at the All-Star Game, Roy Halladay came out and did what he does best—win...

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

  24. TGIF Tidbits

    It’s pick No. 6 versus pick No. 42 from the 2005 MLB Entry Draft; Ricky Romero and Clay Buchholz will square off tonight as the Jays and Red Sox kick off the second half of the season...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 95 reads 0 comments

  25. Why Aaron Hill Is Good but Not Great at the Plate

    Don’t get me wrong, I’m not harping on Aaron Hill—he had a phenomenal first half of the season and deserves all the accolades and praise he is getting...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 90 reads 4 comments