Tag Archives: toronto blue jays

  • 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 […]

  • Eric Thames Takes A Foul Ball Off The Face (Video)

    Eric Thames Takes A Foul Ball Off The Face (Video)

    The Toronto Blue Jays’ bats have been doing quite a bit of damage as of late, as they scored 14 runs over the weekend while taking two out of three games against the New York Yankees.  However, not all of the damage from their bats was being inflicted upon their opposition. During the seventh inning […]

  • Picture Of The Day: Did The Jays Steal These Signs Too?

    Picture Of The Day: Did The Jays Steal These Signs Too?

    Amidst the ludicrous claims made by the Chicago White Sox bullpen that the Blue Jays batters may be using a white-shirted man in the stands to steal pitching signs, the Toronto fans took to the Rogers Center last night in order to flash a few more signs at the Jays batters during their game against […]

  • The Stat Line Of The Night — 8/10/11 — Brett Lawrie

    The Stat Line Of The Night — 8/10/11 — Brett Lawrie

    After going 5-for-11 during his first series in the Major Leagues, Canadian Brett Lawrie failed to record a hit in three at bats during his much anticipated home debut on Tuesday.  However, he would make up for that lack of production last night during his second game in front of the fans at the Rogers […]

  • Jose Bautista Took A Pitch To The Head Last Night (Video)

    Jose Bautista Took A Pitch To The Head Last Night (Video)

    We have become accustomed to seeing Jose Bautista make some heavy contact with the ball using his bat over the past couple of seasons, but during last night’s game against the Baltimore Orioles it was his head that was making the heavy contact with the ball. With a runner on second and his team trailing […]

  • The Stat Line Of The Night — 7/24/11 — Brett Cecil

    The Stat Line Of The Night — 7/24/11 — Brett Cecil

    The Toronto Blue Jays have one of the most unreliable bullpens in the Majors, having blown 17 of their 37 save opportunities thus far this season.  One of those blown saves came on Saturday night against the Texas Rangers, as the Jays entered the ninth inning with a one run lead, but couldn’t hold on, […]

  • It Was 80s Night At The Skydome Last Night (Pics)

    It Was 80s Night At The Skydome Last Night (Pics)

    The 80s and early 90s were certainly a good time to be a fan of the Toronto Blue Jays.  Not only did the team finish with a record above .500 in every season from 1983 to 1993, but they also made the playoffs five times between 1985 and 1993, and won back-to-back World Series Championships […]