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  • Crazy Blue Jays Fan Throws Bat Into Cleveland Indians Dugout (Video)

    Crazy Blue Jays Fan Throws Bat Into Cleveland Indians Dugout (Video)

    I knew Blue Jays fans were jacked up about the start of a very promising baseball season, but I had no idea they were this intense. At last night’s home opener in Toronto, the Blue Jays hosted the Cleveland Indians. In just the top of the first inning, the Tribe’s number three hitter, second baseman […]

  • Jays Fan Makes a Terrible Attempt at a Foul Ball (Video)

    Jays Fan Makes a Terrible Attempt at a Foul Ball (Video)

    Major League Baseball players go through six long weeks of spring training, and they still show up on opening day a little rusty, booting grounders and misreading fly balls. The fans? They don’t get spring training. Well, actually, I guess they do if they take a vacation to Florida or Arizona and take in a […]

  • This Day In Sports History (December 22nd) — Brandon Morrow

    This Day In Sports History (December 22nd) — Brandon Morrow

    It was on this day in 2009 that the Toronto Blue Jays sent relief pitcher Brandon League and minor league outfielder Johermyn Chavez to the Seattle Mariners in exchange for starting pitcher Brandon Morrow.  Although the Mariners used him mainly as a relief pitcher, the Jays planned on using Morrow as a starter and a […]

  • 15 Best Players Ever Dumped by the Marlins

    15 Best Players Ever Dumped by the Marlins

    On Tuesday, the Miami Marlins franchise sunk to a new all-time low when they traded every single player earning any kind of money to the Toronto Blue Jays for a handful of prospects, a homophobic defensive wizard, and…um…well, that’s it. Of course, fans of the Marlins had grown used to the team’s so-called “fire-sales,” and […]

  • This Day In Sports History (September 14th) – Toronto Blue Jays

    This Day In Sports History (September 14th) – Toronto Blue Jays

        It was on this day in 1987 that the Toronto Blue Jays hit a Major League record 10 home runs in a single game.  The Jays beat the Baltimore Orioles 18-3 in a game played at Toronto’s Exhibition Stadium. Catcher Ernie Whitt would lead the charge with three home runs, while both George […]

  • Stat Line Of The Night — 8/29/12 — Yunel Escobar

    Stat Line Of The Night — 8/29/12 — Yunel Escobar

      The Toronto Blue Jays have been hit hard with injuries this season, and it has shown, as they were once contending for an AL Wild Card spot, but have since fallen to 13 games below .500 without the likes of Jose Bautista and Brett Lawrie in the lineup.  It has been hard for the team to […]

  • Fan Dies of a Heart Attack at Blue Jays Game

    Fan Dies of a Heart Attack at Blue Jays Game

    If there’s any good that can come from a tragic and untimely death, it’s that one family’s loss can remind the rest of us to keep things in perspective. Sports are a lot of fun. They help us take our minds off real life for a while, and that is invaluable. However, there is a […]

  • Charlie Sheen Throws Out The Opening Pitch At The Rogers Centre (Video)

    Charlie Sheen Throws Out The Opening Pitch At The Rogers Centre (Video)

    It has been approximately 18 years since Charlie Sheen was throwing fastballs down the plate as Ricky “Wild Thing” Vaughn in the movie, Major League II. And judging by the footage, it appears as though Sheen has lost his touch, as teh 46-year-old actors couldn’t hit the broadside of a barn with his opening pitch […]

  • Rajai Davis Climbs The Wall To Rob Casey McGehee Of A Home Run (Video)

    Rajai Davis Climbs The Wall To Rob Casey McGehee Of A Home Run (Video)

    During yesterday’s game between the New York Yankees and the Toronto Blue Jays, Yanks third baseman Casey McGehee hit a towering fly ball that soared approximately 370 feet through the air in left field at the Rogers Center.  Usually that would be enough to earn McGehee a trip around the bases, but on this occasion […]

  • Stat Line Of The Night — 6/5/12 — Colby Rasmus

    Stat Line Of The Night — 6/5/12 — Colby Rasmus

    Toronto Blue Jays center fielder Colby Rasmus entered last night’s game against the Chicago White Sox with a very unimpressive .227 batting average.  He left the game with a somewhat respectable .247 batting average.  So how does one make up a whopping .020 points on their batting average in a single game you ask?  Simple.  […]