1. The Best Staches of the First Half

    As baseball fans, we have had the pleasure of being witness to some epic moments from the first half of the season. There was Randy Johnson's milestone 300th win, players like Ian Kinsler and ...

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  2. "Make It Count" no more

    Make it 13 years in a row that the Junior Circuit or “younger brother” of baseball is undefeated at the Midsummer Classic...

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  3. The Ultimate Matchup: Roy Halladay vs. Albert Pujols

    When it comes to the best pure hitter and pure pitcher in the game, there are no two better baseball specimens than Albert Pujols and Roy Halladay...

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  4. Prince Crowned King of the Home Run Derby

    I'm sure that somewhere in St. Louis right now, Prince Fielder is celebrating his Home Run Derby win with a scrumptious veggie burger or soy dog...

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  5. Home Run Derby Preview

    Think of it as an orgasm for the eyes. MLB is bringing you nothing but moon shots as eight All-Stars will slug it out tonight to see who will be crowned the king of the 2009 Home Run Derby...

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  6. Toronto Blue Jays' Highs and Lows Through the First 90 Games

    The 2009 season is just a little over half way finished and I’ve already experienced more highs and lows than one of those crackheads on Intervention. As demonstrated by the line graph above, it has been a roller coaster first half...

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  7. First Half for Jays More Empty Than Full

    It wasn't exactly the Blue Jays wanted to end the first half of the season - with a loss which put them two games below the .500 mark...

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  8. A Collection of "O Faces"

    Some were happy, some were sad, but ultimately the O Faces that the Blue Jays had to watch were of the Orioles celebrating victory...

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  9. Blue Jays-Rays: Tampa Captures Another Walk-off Win Against Toronto

    Image courtesy of Toronto+Blue+Jays">Daylife After another rough day filled with Halladay trade rumours and the announcement of the release of B.J...

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  10. B.J. Ryan Receives Closure

    I wonder what the opposite of a fist pump is? Could it be a fist thrust downwards or possibly a fist bump? Either way, B.J...

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  11. Roy Halladay: Dissecting the Trade Talk

    It's something that no Blue Jay fan wants to envision, but with all this trade talk lately it's all I can think about. There is a possibility that Roy Halladay could be traded, and frankly it's breaking my heart...

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  12. When Given Enough Rope...

    I've said this before, and I'll say it again: Almost every time that Cito Gaston gives Brandon League a little bit of extra slack in his rope, League manages to hang himself with it...

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  13. Take Ken Rosenthal's Word on Halladay Trade Talk with a Grain of Salt

    After chastising Jerod Morris via split screen on ESPN a few months back about the “power of the written word”, apparently Ken Rosenthal has forgotten all about those morals that he so passionately stands by...

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  14. John McDonald to the Rescue

    There's something to be said about a game where John McDonald hits a home run. For those who witnessed it live, be thankful because a Johnny Mac home run comes around about as often as Haley's Comet...

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  15. Spanked by the Yanks: Toronto Blue Jays Have Miserable Weekend

    I hate to sat it, but the proverbial posterior of the Blue Jays has been spanked by the New York Yankees.A tough weekend for the Blue Jays has left them just one game above .500 and seven games behind the New York Yankees for the wild card...

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  16. Yankees-Blue Jays: Facing the Evil Empire

    The last time the New York Yankees and the Toronto Blue Jays met, things were very different. Back in mid-May, Toronto was flying high, perched atop the standings, while New York was struggling to hover around the ...

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  17. Settling the Ricky Romero/Troy Tulowitzki Draft Argument

    The day was June 7, 2005; a day that up until this year had haunted the members of Blue Jays management because it was the day that they let Troy Tulowitzki get away. That was.....

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  18. Blue Jays and All-Star Voting: Off Day Thoughts

    Today the Blue Jays will enjoy a much-needed day off before they have to play four straight afternoon games at the Wind Tunnel, officially know as the new Yankee Stadium...

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  19. Make Ricky Romero, a Canadian

    Somebody get on the phone to the Governor General Michelle Jean and tell her to give Ricky Romero an honourary Canadian citizenship, because he did this fair nation proud today...

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  20. Tampa-Toronto: Matt Garza Feasts on Blue Jays

    As long as Matt Garza is on the mound, it sounds like the Tampa Bay Rays have no problem playing the Toronto Blue Jays...

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  21. Niemann or He-Man?

    At 6’9”, 280 pounds, Jeff Niemann could almost be mistaken as an offensive lineman for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers...

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  22. Roy Halladay Returns From Injury

    Roy Halladay left the mound 15 days ago at the Rogers Centre and Blue Jays fans collectively held their breath in anticipation of some good news. We can now finally breathe a sigh of relief as Doc is ready to go once again...

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  23. Blue Jays v. Phillies: Caught in the middle

    It was a game that could have easily gone either way, but it was a game that should have gone the Blue Jays' way...

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  24. The Toronto Blue Jays' Sunday Morning Hangover

    Toronto+Blue+Jays">Image courtesy of Daylife Wow, that game took a turn for the worse very quickly. The Jays chances of winning bascially flew out the window once Jason Werth slammed one into the nosebleeds at the Rogers Centre...

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  25. Jays v. Phillies: The All Lefty Weekend

    It’ll be a surplus of southpaws this weekend at the Rogers Centre; three games and all the starting pitchers will be lefties. Left hands haven’t seen this much work since the inception of porn on the internet...

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