GAME 47 8-4 Win at Milwaukee Season Record: 21-26 Any time you can complete a visit to an opponent’s park without losing a game, it’s a good thing. Any time you can complete a road trip with a winning record, it’s a positive. Any time you can get a game-sealing, no-doubter of a grand slam […]

GAME 46 4-3 Win at Milwaukee Season Record: 20-26 Last week I had the pleasure of seeing a game at Pittsburgh’s PNC Park. It is beautiful architecturally and perfectly located, surrounded by bars and restaurants as well as a beautiful river walk. It feels like it was created with fans in mind. It is exactly […]

GAME 43 5-3 Loss at Baltimore in 10 innings Season Record: 18-25 Well, what would a visit to Baltimore be without the Blue Jays wasting a bunch of early chances, blowing a lead, giving up multiple home runs and then shitting the bed in extra innings to lose a game they could have won three […]

GAME 42 9-0 Win at Atlanta Season Record: 18-24 Well, the team nobody likes today had their easiest win of the year tonight. After about the fifth inning, I started to flip between the game and a sweet Seinfeld repeat on Peachtree TV – the mail fraud one. “Jerry, these big companies, they write everything […]

GAME 41 8-4 Loss at Atlanta Season Record: 17-24 I leave town for 48 hours and the entire operation falls apart… After being bludgeoned by one of the worst offences in the major leagues for the last two games in their home park, the Blue Jays’ pitchers again turned the ’17 Braves into the ’76 […]

GAME 38 3-2 Win vs. Seattle Season Record: 17-21 Today’s entry will be pretty short. It was Mother’s Day and I had a lot to do. If you’d like more reading, feel free to go back to my list of Top 25 Offensive seasons from earlier this week and re-organize it so there’s actually just […]

GAME 35 7-2 Win vs. Seattle Season Record: 14-21 Due to an underwhelming demand, tonight I’m continuing with my biased list of the top 25 offensive seasons in Toronto Blue Jays history. Just to clarify, this is not a list of the most offensive seasons in team history. That would be an entirely different list […]

GAME 33 6-0 Loss vs. Cleveland Season Record: 12-21 As I began to do last night, tonight I will continue my list of the top 25 offensive seasons in Blue Jays history. Today we look at numbers 20-16. I’ve probably already screwed up the order, but, hey, it beats talking about tonight’s game, right? 20. […]

GAME 31 2-1 Win at Tampa Season Record: 11-20 Joe Biagini’s ascension into the Blue Jays…

GAME 29 8-4 Win at Tampa Season Record: 10-19 As we all know, the Toronto Blue Jays have suffered a number of tough injuries this season. They have lost two above average starting pitchers and two key cogs in their lineup. Those injuries have unquestionably contributed to their struggles so far this season, but I […]

GAME 25 3-1 Win vs. Tampa Bay Season Record: 8-17 In approximately 280 B.C.E., just before the Blue Jays won their most recent World Series, the Egyptian King Pyrrhus defeated the Roman army at Asculum, but so many of his troops were killed that he was unable to achieve his ultimate goal of attacking Rome […]

GAME 24 4-1 Win vs. Tampa Bay Season Record: 7-17 Despite playing for a team I don’t follow or particularly care about, for some reason, Rays shortstop Tim Beckham always draws a disproportionate sense of disappointment from me. He seems to make a regrettable error on the bases or in the field every time I […]

GAME 21 8-4 Loss in 11 innings at St. Louis Season Record: 6-15…

  Mike Shara

GAME 20 6-5 Win at St. Louis in 11 innings Season Record: 6-14 Despite the indisputable fact that interleague games are stupid and no one with any self-respect could possibly find them interesting, Toronto facing St. Louis tonight still had a few intriguing angles to it, though the teams would appear at first blush to […]

GAME 19 2-1 Loss at Anaheim Season Record 5-14 On Friday I wrote about how little rivalry there has been between the Angels and Blue Jays over the years. That got me thinking “how would you rank all the teams in the American League as far as rivalries with the Jays go”? I think one […]

Game 17 5-4 Loss at Anaheim Season Record: 4-13 Full confession #1: I didn’t see this entire game. As lucrative as blogging for an audience of 7 or 8 readers is in 2017, I had an old buddy from university in town visiting and wanted to hang out with him at a bar. With the […]

8-7 win at Anaheim in 13 innings Season record: 4-12 Almost as soon as the Blue Jays left Toronto’s miserable weather yesterday for the sunny shores of Anaheim, I realized that I was going to have to write something about the Angels and Blue Jays. I immediately realized that there isn’t much to write about. […]

  Kelly Bedard

After an off-season the seemed to stretch for millennia, Blue Jays Baseball is back with the Toronto Home Opener set for this coming Tuesday at the SkyDome (Rogers Centre, but SkyDome). After three games on the road, our boys are sitting in last place in the ALE with an uncomfortable 1-2 record but a rough […]

  Billie Marlow

The World Series came and went. It was a championship game that pitted a dynasty against an underdog. The Giants vs. the Royals. The World Series was a matchup of two Wild Card teams, where only one would be the receiver of the rings. This year, the San Francisco Giants came up on top, defeating […]

  Billie Marlow

Tonight the World Series will kick off with the San Francisco Giants facing the Kansas City Royals. The two wild card teams will battle it out over a course of seven games (if necessary), marking the end of the MLB postseason. The fall championship is sure to be full of excitement and surprise as the […]

  Billie Marlow

As the ground becomes littered with red and orange leaves, football and hockey begin to dominate the barstool conversations. Blood starts to pump, debates rage about whether Shanahan has what it takes or whether Eli Manning will live up to the family reputation, fans become amped for the start of a new season. The leaves changing also […]

  Billie Marlow

Helicopter rides through the scenic Rocky Mountains, mixology and cooking lessons as well as a 3 day stay in the notable Banff Springs Hotel was only part of the gift that the Toronto Blue Jays presented Derek Jeter at his final game in Toronto. They also donated $10,000 to his charity, Turn 2 Foundation that […]

  Billie Marlow

The New York Yankees have been a thorn in the side for the Toronto Blue Jay’s for quite some time. This past weekend the Jay’s overcame the drought with a 2-1 series. While just a mid season game, the team had even more cause to celebrate the hard-earned win. August 29, 2012 marked the start […]

  Max Cubello

It’s a debate I’ve had with my friends a countless amount of times. “Who was the best pro athlete ever to play in Toronto?” This is a really hard question to try and figure out. The answer certainly isn’t all that obvious in Toronto’s case as opposed to other cities in North America. This isn’t […]

  Rachael Nisenkier

I don’t know how to put into words what I felt while reading The Art of Fielding. Not a particularly auspicious start for a book review, but I feel like the gaggle of introspective and confused characters who populate its pages would understand. On the surface, The Art of Fielding is about the ridiculous majesty […]

  Eric DePriester

As a Los Angeles Dodgers fan transplanted in the Bay Area, I am a true believer embedded deep within enemy lines. From the flocks of San Francisco Giants jerseys crowding the train to the slurred rallying cries echoing from every bar, I am surrounded by hostility, by a sea of swarming, insolent fools clamouring for […]