Tag Archives: toronto blue jays

  • Unbelievable Kevin Pillar Catch Robs Rays of a Home Run (Video)

    Unbelievable Kevin Pillar Catch Robs Rays of a Home Run (Video)

    The fences at most ballparks are only seven or eight feet high, making it fairly easy for most outfielders to make home run-saving grabs. However, this is not the case in Toronto. At the Rogers Centre, the fences are 10 feet high, so if you want to rob somebody of a home run you need […]

  • Jimmy Fallon Chugs Beer at Yankees Game (Videos)

    Jimmy Fallon Chugs Beer at Yankees Game (Videos)

    Quick! A ball has just been hit into your section at a baseball game.  You know the television cameras are on you for that brief moment.  What do you do??? I probably wouldn’t do anything, unless I thought of something cool, like chugging a beer.  That’s what Jimmy Fallon thought of when the camera was […]

  • Yankees Fan Tries To Throw Back Home Run Ball, Fails (Video)

    Yankees Fan Tries To Throw Back Home Run Ball, Fails (Video)

    It was a rough day for the New York Yankees during their home opener earlier today against the Toronto Blue Jays. They managed just three hits of their own, while starting pitcher Masahiro Tanaka was roughed up for five third inning runs during a 6-1 drubbing. And as brutal as things were on the field […]

  • Melky Cabrera Homer Smashes Car Windshield Outside Fenway (Video)

    Melky Cabrera Homer Smashes Car Windshield Outside Fenway (Video)

    I know Major League Baseball’s PED protocol calls for “random” testing, but you have to wonder if Toronto’s Melky Cabrera wasn’t peeing into a little cup after last night’s game in Boston. Cabrera hit two home runs during the Blue Jays’ 14-1 rout of the Red Sox—one from each side of the plate—and the second […]

  • Blue Jays Win 9th Straight with a Walk-Off Bunt (Video)

    Blue Jays Win 9th Straight with a Walk-Off Bunt (Video)

    So far this year in Major League Baseball we’ve seen a walk-off replay review, a walk-off balk, and a walk-off pinch hit double from a pitcher. Now we’ve got to add walk-off bunt and throwing error to the list. Last night in Toronto, the Rays and Jays were tied 2-2 with no outs and a […]

  • This Day In Sports History (April 7th) — Toronto Blue Jays

    This Day In Sports History (April 7th) — Toronto Blue Jays

    It was on this day in 1977 that the Toronto Blue Jays played their first ever regular season game, as 44,649 fans packed Exhibition Stadium to watch the Jays take on the Chicago White Sox. This game was most remembered for the weather, as it was very cold and snowing at the time of the […]

  • Munenori Kawasaki in Mid-Season Form: Three Awesome GIFs to Prove It

    Munenori Kawasaki in Mid-Season Form: Three Awesome GIFs to Prove It

    Last year, Munenori Kawasaki burst onto the scene as a member of the Toronto Blue Jays due to his wacky, attention-grabbing antics. This year, during his spring training stint with the Jays, he’s been able to pick up right where he left off. Check it out: This was Kawasaki’s reaction after scoring a run during […]

  • Jays Manager John Gibbons Gives Us the MLB’s First Replay Challenge (Video)

    Jays Manager John Gibbons Gives Us the MLB’s First Replay Challenge (Video)

    During the off-season, Major League Baseball instituted new rules and technology that would allow managers to challenge an expanded number of calls on the field through the use of video replay.  This new rule made it’s debut today, and during a Grapefruit League battle between the Toronto Blue Jays and the Minnesota Twins, Jays manager […]