1. Toronto Blue Jays: Vote Lind for Cleanup

    See what can happen with a little bit of variation in the lineup? Cito Gaston gives Vernon Wells the day off, and Adam Lind steps in and does what Wells hasn't been able to do all season: hit consistently...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 61 reads 2 comments

  2. Jared Weaver Stones Blue Jays...Again

    Image courtesty of The Karmic Boomerang Different game, same results. It was almost a complete carbon copy of Weaver's last start against the Blue Jays...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 49 reads 0 comments

  3. Halladay Eats Angels for Breakfast

    Ever wondered what the secret is to Roy Halladay's pitching super powers? He chews up the Los Angeles Angels, and spits them out because they are not even worthy of passing through his digestive system...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 61 reads 0 comments

  4. Toronto Blue Jays: Melongate Comes to Fruition

    Image courtesy of The Ginger Campbell Experience Often times in series, there is an unwritten rule for sports writers to manufacture some sort of storyline to hype up a series...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 29 reads 0 comments

  5. Halladay Cy-zing up the competition

    Every day this past off-season, I’m sure that Harry Leroy Halladay began each morning by looking into the mirror and envisioning himself holding the 2009 American League Cy Young award...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 267 reads 0 comments

  6. For the Blue Jays, Taking Two Out of Three from The Sox Is Not That Bad

    Normally, I’d be very upset after an 8-2 loss by the Blue Jays, but now there’s a certain air of calmness that is telling me, "just let this one go...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 31 reads 3 comments

  7. Toronto Blue Jays: One Streak Ends, New One Begins

    Who do you think would win in a 50 yard dash, Rod Barajas or Bengie Molina? This is of course assuming that they both don't collapse at the 30 yard line...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 44 reads 0 comments

  8. Let's welcome the Red Sox

    Image courtesy of New York Super Blog Home sweet home! The Blue Jays are finally back into Toronto after a horrendous road trip, and back to face the team that had a part in the freefall of the Blue Jays; the Boston Red Sox...

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

  9. Game Homework: The Knuckleball

    "There are two theories on hitting a knuckleball. Unfortunately, neither of them works.” - Charlie Lau, legendary hitting coach There is no question that the knuckleball is one of the most unique pitches in the game of baseball...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 151 reads 0 comments

  10. Disappointment to the 9th power

    Nine games, nine losses. What a road trip! In fact, it was the worst road trip in Blue Jays history. After being swept by the Red Sox, the Braves and now the Orioles, today's late inning collapse was just the cherry on top of the shit sundae...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 28 reads 0 comments

  11. Toronto Blue Jays- Losing Eight Made Easy

    You know how Slick Rick said pimpin' ain't easy? Well the Blue Jays are making losing eight easy.See what I just did there kids? That's called a pun; my grade nine English teacher would ...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 39 reads 2 comments

  12. Toronto Blue Jays: Losing Streak Hits Seven

    I had a really good feeling about today. It was the beginning of a new week, a holiday for our friends in the United States, and it was even Towel Day! Despite all that, it was the same result for the Blue Jays today - another game and another loss...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 32 reads 2 comments

  13. Blue Jays Have Survived Worse

    I am completely guilty of being the eternal optimist. Just because the Toronto Blue Jays are in the midst of a six game losing streak doesn't mean that it's time to lose all hope...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 26 reads 1 comments

  14. Frustrating Game for Jays' Roy Halladay

    Although he didn't visibly show it, Roy Halladay had every right to be pissed off tonight. Despite his best efforts, the Blue Jays couldn't even give him one single run in support after he tossed seven shutout innings against the Atlanta Braves...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 34 reads 2 comments

  15. Kickstart to the starting rotation

    MOTLEY CRUE - KICKSTART MY HEART After one of the most morally deflating series losses in recent memory, the Toronto Blue Jays received the equivalency of a B12 shot to the starting rotation...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 25 reads 0 comments

  16. Fans Tell Blue Jays, "Don't jump!"

    Come on, now, don't do anything crazy. Just come back down from that ledge and let's talk this through.Remember last season when the Red Sox came to the Rogers Centre for the Blue Jays' first ...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 26 reads 1 comments

  17. Are you Bobby Ray?

    Is he Robert Ray or is he Bobby Ray? Who wants to know? Whether he goes by Robert or Bobby, either way another young Blue Jays rookie pitcher will attempt to salvage at least some part of this series against the Red Sox ...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 58 reads 1 comments

  18. Red Sox Feast On Baby Bluebird

    So what was the magical formula that helped David Ortiz bust out of his streak of 149 at bats without a home run? According to Texy at Out in Center Field it was the "taste of baby bluebird," also known as the Blue Jays rookie Brett Cecil...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 36 reads 3 comments

  19. Know Thy Enemy: A Guide to the Boston Red Sox

    Your mission: gather intel from behind enemy lines and use the information to ensure victory over the Boston Red Sox...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 19 reads 0 comments

  20. Rios Is Our Saviour

    Alex Rios is back to being a feared hitter in the #3 spot on the Blue Jays lineup. Just 2 pitches after smacking a ball into the 500 level in left field, he sat on a 3-2 pitch from Octavio Dotel and drove home the game-winning run...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 16 reads 0 comments

  21. Rios Bobblehead/Photo Day Review

    Once again it was another Bobblehead Day that inspired a particular player to step up and deliver. Alex Rios was 2 for 4 with 2 RBI's in the Blue Jays 8-2 romping of the Chicago White Sox...

    Ian Hunter Written by Ian Hunter about 5 years ago 46 reads 0 comments