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If you think back, it's fairly easy to pinpoint the best starting pitching performances in Blue Jays history. A number of them occupied by Dave Stieb and Roy Halladay, and a few from Jimmy Key, Jim Clancy and even Brandon Morrow.But can you remember the absolute worst start in Blue Jays history?...
Jul 25, 2014, 11:45 am EDT via bluejayhunter.com
2 days ago
There's nothing like facing off against the team with the worst record in baseball to cure what ails a struggling club. Turns out a series against the Texas Rangers is precisely what the Blue Jays needed to get back on track and pick up a series win.Frankly, a sweep or taking two...
Jul 21, 2014, 2:17 pm EDT via bluejayhunter.com
6 days ago
If there's one thing I've learned in the last five years, it's that banking on highly-touted prospects is a dangerous game. They'll lift you up with astronomical expectations, and many times they'll also break your heart. J.P. Arencibia was no different; he was lauded as the Toronto Blue Jays "catcher of the...
Jul 18, 2014, 1:08 pm EDT via bluejayhunter.com
9 days ago
Later tonight in Minnesota, MLB's greatest stars will assemble at Target Field for the Mid-Summer Classic. A collection of baseball's elite players will unite in one location; the brightest starts under the bright lights at Target Field.The question that facial hair aficionados will be asking is; "what about the moustache All-Stars? What...
Jul 15, 2014, 11:20 am EDT via bluejayhunter.com
12 days ago
John Gibbons has had a tough week. Judging by the sound of his voice and the look on his face at some of the post-game pressers, it seems like John Gibbons has aged 20 years in the past month or so.The usual jovial Blue Jays manager has sounded increasingly dejected, and dealing...
Jul 11, 2014, 12:12 pm EDT via bluejayhunter.com
16 days ago
This time of year, teams make trades for a few reasons; one is to improve their team and position themselves as a contender. The flip side of that is a trade to acquire top prospects and re-stock the farm system.The Toronto Blue Jays however, are in a precarious position; while they are...
Jul 10, 2014, 1:17 pm EDT via bluejayhunter.com
17 days ago
Being a Blue Jays fan is a rollercoaster ride unto itself. The team has already experienced the highest of the highs that come with sitting atop the AL East, and the lowest of the lows that are accompanied with losing several key players from the lineup.It's already been a season's worth of...
Jul 9, 2014, 1:32 pm EDT via bluejayhunter.com
18 days ago
Has it really been almost two years since Travis Snider was traded away late in the night during the middle of a game in Seattle? It seems like it was just yesterday when young Travis was touted as the next big thing, only to be cast away to the Pittsburgh Pirates. Earlier...
Jul 4, 2014, 12:16 pm EDT via bluejayhunter.com
23 days ago
Jose Bautista has had quite the journey over the past 11 years. He was once a man who was shoveled off to five different organizations in one year; a fledgling journeyman, and here he is now as one of the biggest names in all of baseball.But the narrative this year has not...
Jul 3, 2014, 12:11 pm EDT via bluejayhunter.com
24 days ago
By now, most have probably watched the Colby Rasmus "Home Field Advantage" video that caught like wildfire earlier this week. From the tucked shirt, to the chicken hot dog, Rasmus made it come to life with his unique personality.In fact, I'm sure chicken hot dog sales outside the Rogers Centre have skyrocketed...
Jun 27, 2014, 2:14 pm EDT via bluejayhunter.com
Jun 27, 2014, 2:14 pm
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