1. Toronto Blue Jays' Defensive Gems

    Is it any surprise that the Toronto Blue Jays are the best defensive team in the majors this season? Thanks to those defensive gems that were put on display last night, hitters are lucky if they can even sneak a hit by the Blue Jays' infielders...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 41 reads 0 comments

  2. Maybe he should focus more on his music

    Bronson Arroyo is known for his soulful music, crazy boat parties and now apparently not being able to pitch in Toronto. I'm not sure what it is about the date June 24th, but for some reason it causes Bronson Arroyo to fall apart...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 74 reads 3 comments

  3. Behind the Scenes At the Toronto Blue Jays Game: One Blogger's Experience

    It's not very often that a giant baseball nerd such as myself gets to live his childhood dream of getting up close and personal with the Toronto Blue Jays. Yesterday, I had the pleasure of covering the Blue Jays/Reds game thanks to T...

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  4. Big Red, Meet Big Blue

    For some reason, I have an affinity with the Cincinnati Reds logo. Whenever I look at Mr. Red, he looks as if he's sitting in the starting blocks waiting for the 100 metre dash to begin...

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  5. A Philosophical Baseball Question

    Image courtesy of Flickr user Carson Campbell Let me pose to you a philosophical baseball question—if a baseball fan hides in the woods for a series and no one is around to ...

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  6. An Apology to Scott Rolen

    Dear Scott,I feel like there aren’t enough words in the English language to describe how sorry I am, but I assure you that I am extremely remorseful about ever doubting you. To say it simply … I’m sorry...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 138 reads 4 comments

  7. Blue Jays-Phillies: Rod saves the day

    In Rod We Trust, indeed.Cito Gaston trusted Rod Barajas to come off the bench to spark some offense, and that he did...

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  8. A little more housekeeping

    Just a couple of quick things before Brad Mills makes his major league debut this afternoon against the Phillies.- Some of you folks might be recieving error messages when visiting the old blogspot ...

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  9. Scott Richmond Dominates Phillies: Kool-Aid with 11 K's

    After a day filled with so much bad news in Blue Jay land, Toronto needed a strong pick-me-up against the Philadelphia Phillies. Starting pitcher Scott Richmond delivered all that and more...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 36 reads 2 comments

  10. Triple Dose of DL for Toronto

    What’s behind door number one, door number two and door three? They’re all injured pitchers on the Blue Jays staff—take your pick! FML...

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  11. A Wild One in Philly

    Toronto+Blue+Jays">Image courtesy of Daylife The baseball gods shall giveth, and the baseball gods shall taketh away...

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  12. Brotherly Love? Jays-Phillies Series Preview

    To those who haven’t lived close to the city of Brotherly Love, it might seem that Philadelphia is only famous for being mentioned in the theme song to The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. But it turns out they are home to a pretty good baseball team, too..

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 24 reads 2 comments

  13. New Kids on the Blog

    If you're the type of person who enjoys searching the internet(s) for any article that's in any way associated with the Toronto Blue Jays, you already know that the Blue Jays blogosphere is full of great writers...

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  14. Toronto Blue Jays Got Fish Slapped

    The Toronto Blue Jays will be happy if they never have to see the Florida Marlins ever again.After a three game sweep at the hands of the Fish, the Jays are still winless in inter-league play this season with an 0-6 record against National League teams...

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  15. Vernon Should Take Up Golfing

    Another game, another day where Vernon Wells goes hit less. It's a pattern that we've seen all too often lately, and despite being moved up in the batting order, Wells is still a huge hole in the Blue Jays' lineup...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 64 reads 4 comments

  16. Diagnosis on Doc

    Toronto+Blue+Jays">Image courtesy of Daylife I woke up this morning with a bad feeling in the pit of my stomach...

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  17. Fishing for a revelation

    Aside from Carlos Delgado being signed by the Marlins after 12 seasons with the Jays, and A.J. Burnett coming to the Blue Jays after 7 seasons with the Marlins, the Jays don’t really have much of a history with the Florida Marlins...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 20 reads 0 comments

  18. Blue Jays Sign David Dellucci

    Image courtesy of Indians Insider Ladies and gentlemen, welcome Brad Wilkerson version 2.0.Yesterday, the Blue Jays signed veteran outfielder David Dellucci to a minor league deal...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 276 reads 1 comments

  19. How to stay occupied during a rain delay

    Back in May, UConn and USF were in the midst of a five hour rain delay during their 2009 Big League East Baseball tournament. Sometimes a rain delay can be a blessing in disguise, as the members of both teams display below...

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  20. Toronto Blue Jays Recap For June 10: Shave And A Haircut But OnlyTwo Hits

    The power of the stache compels you. Brian Tallet had the Texas Rangers under some sort of a spell and I have a feeling it had something to do with that cookie duster above his upper lip...

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  21. Lind Destined for Greatness

    I have this strange feeling that the Toronto Blue Jays' marketing department knew that 2009 was going to be a great year for Adam Lind...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 69 reads 1 comments

  22. Jays-Rangers: Everything's Bigger in Texas

    Texas+Leaguer.jpg"> Belt buckles, egos, home runs - they’re all things that are bigger in Texas.Historically, the Texas Rangers have been known for their ability to hit the long ball, and this season is no different...

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  23. Doc Halladay Puts on Another Clinic

    I'll go out on a limb here and guess that Roy Halladay will win the American League player of the week award...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 73 reads 1 comments

  24. Bad Night for Greinke Equals Great Night for the Jays

    No pitcher in MLB is completely invincible. Hell, even Roy Halladay has a bad night at the office every once in a while. Although it took 111 innings, someone finally hit a home run off Zack Greinke...

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  25. Royales with cheese

    I can't believe it took me 15 years to finally sit down and Quentin Tarantino's classic "Pulp Fiction". Great film, but Tarantino is one of these guys that wonder what exactly is going through his mind sometimes ...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 37 reads 0 comments