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Flashback Friday: Ken Huckaby Takes Out Derek Jeter

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Published: Aug 29, 2014, 11:53 am EDT

As Derek Jeter's career comes to a close, he'll be remembered for many things. As a journeyman catcher, Ken Huckaby will likely only be remembered for one thing in his career; injuring the man affectionately known as "The Captain".As Derek Jeter gets set to play his final series at the Rogers Centre,...

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Marcus Stroman is Tight

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Published: Aug 28, 2014, 9:54 am EDT

After suffering three straight losses in extra innings, the Toronto Blue Jays were in desperate need of a win. Turns out a start by Marcus Stroman was exactly what the team needed to bounce back.Stroman struggled in his two previous starts, one in which he didn't escape the first inning; but he...

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Goodnight Jays

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Published: Aug 27, 2014, 11:15 am EDT

Under the big concrete dome,There was a telephone,And a 21 year old picture of Joe Carter jumping over the moon.And there were four coaches sitting in the dugout,And many frustrated players,And a team in need of a prayer.And many tired relievers,And some absent believers.And a Mune a Colby a Dickey and Buehrle,And...

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Jose Bautista and the Blame Game

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Published: Aug 25, 2014, 11:24 am EDT

When the Blue Jays suffer an incredibly disheartening loss like they did yesterday, naturally fans want answers as to what went wrong. They want a scapegoat; they want someone to blame for the mess that was a 2-1 loss to the Tampa Bay Rays.And most of those pitchforks were pointed squarely at...

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Flashback Friday: Roy Halladay's Hostage Negotiator Commercial

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Published: Aug 22, 2014, 11:43 am EDT

He's a man with a stellar resume: a two-time Cy Young award winner, an eight-time All-Star, a man who threw a perfect game and a no-hitter in the playoffs, plus in his spare time, he's a hostage negotiator. Is there anything Roy Halladay can't do?The latter of which is on display on...

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What Does the Future Hold For Alex Anthopoulos and Paul Beeston?

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Published: Aug 19, 2014, 11:10 am EDT

On the field, the Toronto Blue Jays are still very much in the thick of things this season. But in recent days, the focus has shifted towards what may lie ahead for the club from a front office perspective; most notably for the two biggest figureheads, Alex Anthopoulos and Paul Beeston. Steve...

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Flashback Friday: The Edwin Encarnacion/Scott Rolen Trade

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Published: Aug 15, 2014, 11:02 am EDT

Looking back, it's incredible to think about the circumstances in which two of the most prolific hitters in Blue Jays history came to Toronto. Jose Bautista's story is a tale in itself, but this time it's Edwin Encarnacion's turn.This week's Flashback Friday focuses on the trade from 2009 that send Scott Rolen...

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A Starting Rotation of Question Marks

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Published: Aug 13, 2014, 3:04 pm EDT

With many of their key hitters on the disabled list, it's no surprise that the Toronto Blue Jays have struggled to score runs since the All-Star break. But one aspect of the team that has been surprisingly consistent is the starting rotation.Going into Opening Day, the starting five was not without its...

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3 Up 3 Down: 19 Innings, Jenkins and Dickey's Kiss

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Published: Aug 11, 2014, 10:29 am EDT

One of the best things about baseball is there is no time limit; on any given day, a game could be finished in less than two hours (if Roy Halladay and Mark Buehrle are on the mound), or it could seemingly go on forever.When a game takes six hours and thirty-seven minutes...

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Flashback Friday: George Bell's Bizarre Pop Up

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Published: Aug 8, 2014, 10:49 am EDT

In baseball, there are several different ways for a batter to be retired; many of them are the conventional way to be declared an "out", but this is perhaps the most unconventional and unique out I've ever seen.This week's Flashback Friday takes a look back at George Bell's bizarre pop up from...

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