Tag Archives: toronto blue jays

  • 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.  […]

  • Stat Line Of The Night — 5/3/12 — Brandon Morrow

    Stat Line Of The Night — 5/3/12 — Brandon Morrow

    Two nights ago the Los Angeles Angels were on the right end of a no-hitter, as Jered Weaver didn’t allow a single hit through nine innings against the Minnesota Twins.  Last night the Angels were nearly on the wrong end of a no-hitter, as their batters struggled to find an answer for Toronto Blue Jays […]

  • There Was Also A Fight At Rogers Centre On Opening Day (Video)

    There Was Also A Fight At Rogers Centre On Opening Day (Video)

    We have already showed you all of the other antics that took place at the Rogers Centre in Toronto over the past couple of days, which included streaking, sexually suggestive t-shirts and a man dressed up as a marijuana leaf.  So I guess we should also show you the fight that took place during the […]

  • There Was A Streaker At The Rogers Center Last Night (Video)

    There Was A Streaker At The Rogers Center Last Night (Video)

    Baseball may be “America’s Game,” but no fans appear to be crazier than those wild Canucks that are cheering for the MLB’s only team situated north of the boarder. We have already showed you the sexually suggestive t-shirts and cannabis costumes that some of the Toronto Blue Jays fans were wearing during their team’s home […]

  • A Giant Marajuana Leaf Got Thrown Out Of The Blue Jays’ Home Opener (Video)

    A Giant Marajuana Leaf Got Thrown Out Of The Blue Jays’ Home Opener (Video)

    Sexually suggestive t-shirts were not to only interesting attire being worn during the Toronto Blue Jays’ home opener on Monday night.  Apparently, one man’s jersey was still at the dry cleaners, so he opted to wear his big green marijuana leaf costume instead. To most outsiders, Canada appears to be a country that has embraced […]

  • Blue Jays’ J.P. Arencibia Gives Us This Tim Kurkjian Impersonation (Video)

    Blue Jays’ J.P. Arencibia Gives Us This Tim Kurkjian Impersonation (Video)

    Blue Jays catcher J.P. Arencibia recently sat down with former Red Sox manager and current ESPN analyst Terry Francona to talk about his team’s expectations for the upcoming season, but it isn’t the details of the discussion that everyone is talking about today.  Instead, it is the manner in which Arencibia presented those details that […]