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With the Jays 7-2 win on Tuesday night, the team is now at the 125 game mark of the season and it is time for another review of how they have gotten where they are. They have 15 wins...

Josh and Gibby

Our beloved Toronto Blue Jays are in first place! Hurray! However, for the past few days the dominant story is what happened between star player Josh Donaldson and Manager John Gibbons in game three of the recent Blue Jays/New...
So, here we are the Jays are in first (not by much granted) and have 44 games to go. The race is still tight though obviously, while the Rays are out of it - though not mathematically for a...
There's nothing quite like a walk off in baseball. Which of these 2 pulls at your heart strings more? Our current superstar, or arguably the most popular athlete Toronto has ever seen? The Bringer of... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L1MSovQh8Ew The Legend of... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cFVuyk04NUk   Voting buttons are lame....
I was at the game Tuesday night against Tampa Bay when Jose Bautista stumbled to the turf as he was ready to throw the ball to Tulowitzki. Instead the ball was thrown awkwardly in the direction of Travis for...

The Sanchez debate

Our Toronto Blue Jays have clawed their way back into first place! Hurray! The return of Jose Bautista has provided the Jays with a slight offensive boost as the team continues to hit home runs to make up for a...
With the Jays now having just past the 100 game mark, the team is now at 56-44 and it is time again to look into detail at how they got there. They have recorded a 16-9 record since we...
While baseball is lots of fun to watch, it is also a business. As a Blue Jays fan an interesting example of this over the off-season was the debate regarding the potential re-signing of pitcher David Price, with the...

A Gentleman’s Sport

Prior to the All-Star break, we had the opportunity to watch a lot of Jays games, both from the Renaissance Hotel and from our seats inside the stadium. Our seats are located near the field, along first base. One of the...
Last week was great for Blue Jays fans. A split with the front-running Cleveland Indians, a sweep of the defending World Series Champion K.C. Royals and a come from behind victory over the Detroit Tigers last night has put our...
Cleveland's Canada Day, 19 inning victory over the Toronto Blue Jays should be marked with an asterisk. Rather than the teams deciding the winner, the umpires decided the game early on when Edwin Encarnacion was ejected from the game...
Here we are with the second blog posting reviewing the Jays performance to date in 2016 (you can find the post looking at the first 50 games right here). Things have changed quite a bit in the 25 games since...
On Friday night, we watched Kevin Pillar and the Jays get called for a double play because of an illegal slide into second base. Although based on the current rule, there is some debate as to whether Kevin's slide...

Who won the Tulo trade?

July 28th of 2015 was the start of the magical run by the Toronto Blue Jays and an explosion of euphoria engulfed fans across Canada. For the first time since 1993, the Blue Jays’ brass told their fans, and...

To shift or not to shift

One of our personal baseball pet peeves is the shift. Shifts are used by the Toronto Blue Jays depending on who is batting. For left-handed "pull hitters", the Blue Jays frequently move Donaldson to the regular shortstop position and either...