1. Really, Toronto Blue Jays Fans?

    I had a chance to talk to a Toronto Star journalist (he's an acquaintance of mine) two weeks ago about the Toronto Blue Jays, and everything he said is consistent with what I've been hearing about the fans in that city...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about almost 4 years ago 1,281 reads 17 comments

  2. Detroit and Montreal Getting Screwed in Second Round

    All throughout the Kings-Canucks Western Conference Quarter-Final series, Vancouver fans were screaming about the officiating...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about 4 years ago 415 reads 8 comments

  3. Peyton Manning: A Team Player

    The Indianapolis Colts had a shot at history. At 14-0, the Colts had a chance to match New England's 16-0 regular season from 2007, by winning their last two games...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about over 4 years ago 287 reads 1 comments

  4. Why Javier Vazquez's Trade Back To The New York Yankees Makes No Sense

    The Associated Press has reported that the New York Yankees have re-acquired right-handed pitcher Javier Vazquez, who spent last season with the Atlanta Braves.Vazquez will head to New York, with outfielder Melky Cabrera going to the Braves...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about over 4 years ago 668 reads 7 comments

  5. Martin Brodeur vs. Brett Favre: A Tale of Two Athletes

    The comments made by two star athletes in two different sports over the weekend were notable, though not much was made in the media of the comments made by the athlete that actually won their game...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about over 4 years ago 205 reads 1 comments

  6. Mats Sundin Will Not Play in 2010 Olympics

    (Originally posted in Orato.com) Mats Sundin, who played for the Vancouver Canucks this season, says he will not play for Team Sweden at the Vancouver Olympics this February, according to an interview he did with Swedish newspaper Expressen...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about 5 years ago 299 reads 1 comments

  7. Blue Jays Sweep Phillies

    (Originally posted on The Press Box) Well, despite all their injuries, the Toronto Blue Jays swept the Phillies in Philadelphia on Thursday afternoon...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about 5 years ago 43 reads 0 comments

  8. Jays Win Second Straight But Lose Ace Halladay and Two Others

    Well, the Blue Jays won their second straight game in Philadelphia on Wednesday, and coupled with the Yankees' 3-2 loss against Washington (!!), are only two games back in the Wild Card standings...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about 5 years ago 51 reads 0 comments

  9. Enough About Glavine Already

    (Originally posted on The Press Box) There was a big fuss made earlier this week when the Atlanta Braves decided to release old-timer Tom Glavine...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about 5 years ago 153 reads 5 comments

  10. Richmond and Toronto Blue Jays Lose to Kansas City Royals

    No, it wasn't the seventh game of the 1985 ALCS, but the results were the same.The Kansas City Royals, thanks to a three-run triple, turned the tide Saturday afternoon, pulling out a 6-2 win at Rogers Centre...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about 5 years ago 64 reads 5 comments

  11. If New York Comes Back to Overtake the Blue Jays...

    If the Yankees overtake the Blue Jays this season, all you need to do is look at this weekend's games.Yes, the Jays won four straight at home against the White Sox. But so did the Yanks against the Minnesota Twins...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about 5 years ago 306 reads 1 comments

  12. Blue Jays Win Again, Sweep White Sox

    How about those Toronto Blue Jays? With the Seattle Mariners slumping (5-11 so far this month, pending Monday night’s outcome against the Angels) and no longer in first place, the Blue ...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about 5 years ago 104 reads 1 comments

  13. Ray, Jays Win, Beat White Sox 2-1

    Rookie Robert Ray pitched a heck of a game for the Toronto Blue Jays on Saturday afternoon.But after eight innings, he was behind, 1-0, to the visiting Chicago White Sox...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about 5 years ago 82 reads 0 comments

  14. Jays-A's: Cecil Shuts Down Oakland as Jays Win 5-0

    I was one of the cynics when the Toronto Blue Jays called up Brett Cecil from Triple-A Las Vegas.But two starts in, Cecil has looked really good...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about 5 years ago 118 reads 0 comments

  15. A's-Mariners: Oakland Rallies for 3-2 Win Over Seattle

    Oakland rookie Trevor Cahill pitched well on Saturday, but once again didn't pick up the victory. Fortunately for him, the A's rallied for a 3-2 win over the Seattle Mariners at Safeco Field...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about 5 years ago 110 reads 0 comments

  16. Hill Goes From Goat to Hero; Blue Jays Win in the 11th

    How about that Aaron Hill?How about those Toronto Blue Jays?The Blue Jays won again, clinching their seventh series win in eight tries in 2009, rallying for an improbable 5-4 win over the visiting Baltimore Orioles in 11 innings...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about 5 years ago 76 reads 0 comments

  17. Boston's Top Five Heartbreaking Losses in Extra Time

    Derrick Rose and the Chicago Bulls stayed alive in their NBA Eastern Quarter-Final series in a thrilling triple-OT classic against the Boston Celtics on Thursday...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about 5 years ago 301 reads 1 comments

  18. Richmond Helps Jays Win, Toronto Back in First Place

    So, it was another Canadian who came up big in the AL East race. On Monday, Jason Bay (from Trail, B.C.) of the Red Sox hit a game-winning three-run homer in the ninth inning, giving Boston a 3-1 victory and a share of first place in the East...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about 5 years ago 39 reads 0 comments

  19. Monday's Baseball Musings

    The Yankees dropped their fourth straight, 4-2 in Detroit, as CC Sabathia couldn't stop New York from losing.Sabathia pitched his first complete game for the Yankees (albeit an eight inning CG ...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about 5 years ago 84 reads 7 comments

  20. Jays-White Sox: Toronto Wins Sixth Straight Series

    The Toronto Blue Jays, expectedly, lost on Saturday night to the White Sox in Chicago, getting blown out 10-2.Brian Burres kept the Blue Jays in it until the fifth, when he loaded the bases and gave up an RBI single to Paul Konerko, breaking a 2-2 tie...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about 5 years ago 227 reads 0 comments

  21. Yankees—Red Sox In-Game Blog: A.J. Struggles In Boston

    Going into Saturday afternoon's game at Fenway Park, Yankees starter A.J. Burnett had been pretty good in a New York uniform.The $82.5-million man was 2-0 with a 3.20 ERA in his first three starts...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about 5 years ago 51 reads 5 comments

  22. Toronto Blue Jays Continue to Win

    Blue Jays fans received bad news on Thursday when Toronto placed rookie starter Ricky Romero (right oblique) and closer B.J. Ryan (left trapezius) on the 15-day disabled list.Romero has looked great so far this season, going 2-0 with a 1...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about 5 years ago 261 reads 0 comments

  23. Rangers-Jays: Toronto Wins Again

    On Wednesday night, Rod Barajas more than atoned for his missed opportunity with the bases loaded a night earlier... but it almost wasn't enough...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about 5 years ago 188 reads 0 comments

  24. Ryder Delivers As Bruins Sweep Canadiens

    So many times we'd seen this before. It was like an old script.Tony Pena. Adam Oates. Adam Vinatieri . Joe Juneau. Tom Brunansky. Bob Sweeney...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about 5 years ago 86 reads 0 comments

  25. Texas Rangers-Toronto Blue Jays: Halladay and Blue Birds Fall 5-4

    The Blue Jays were supposed to beat the Texas Rangers on Tuesday night.After all, their ace, Roy Halladay, was on the mound to pitch the opener of the three-game set against the reeling Rangers, who had gone 2-7 in their past nine games...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about 5 years ago 57 reads 3 comments