Found June 13, 2013 on Indians Baseball Insider:
Manchester, NH—New Hampshire right fielder Brad Glenn emerged as the hero Wednesday night when he laced a run-scoring single to complete an improbable, five-run, ninth-inning comeback for the Fisher Cats in a 9-8 victory over the Akron Aeros at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium.The Aeros (32-33) led 8-4, going to the home ninth inning, but the Fisher Cats sent nine batters to the plate and scored five times to claim the win. Prior to Wednesday, the Cats were 0-27, when trailing after eight innings.Glenn, a former star at the University of Arizona and 23rd round pick of the Blue Jays in 2009, lined a 1-1 pitch from Jose Flores (5-2) into left field to score A.J. Jimenez with the winning run. It was Glenn’s second hit of the game, and handed Flores his first blown save of the season in seven chances.Glenn’s hit was the final of five consecutive, two-out hits in the ninth for the Fisher Cats (32-34). After the first two batters reached to lead off the ninth, Aeros righthander Trey Haley r...

5 Players The Toronto Blue Jays Could Move If They Become Sellers

Over the course of the next month the Toronto Blue Jays will have to make a decision if they are going to be sellers at the deadline and perhaps try to recoup some of that minor league depth they dealt in the offseason.  The current Blue Jays team is structured for a 3 year window to bring a winner north of the border however there is still some work to be done if that plan is going...

Kawasaki gives another classic interview

Previously on Outside the Boxscore, we posted a classic post game interview by Toronto Blue Jays infielder Munenori Kawasaki. Back on Tuesday during MLB Network's "Intentional Talk", Kawasaki got another chance at comedy after teammate Mark DeRosa gave him the chance to talk to hosts, Chris Rose and Kevin Millar: (Courtesy of Sports Grid)

Hilarious Munenori Kawasaki Got Heem Interview On Intentional Talk

Toronto Blue Jays Japanese pop sensation Munenori Kawasaki was up to his old tricks with teammate Mark DeRosa on Intentional Talk. Kawasaki even dropped a “Got Heem” that would have made Brian Wilson proud to call his own. Host Chris Rose and Kevin Millar are killing themselves in laughter during the entire ordeal. Classic Kawasaki The post Hilarious Munenori Kawasaki Got Heem...

Munenori Kawasaki Signs Autographs And Sings O’Canada For Fans

Toronto Blue Jays fan favourite Munenori Kawasaki signs autographs for fans and then admits he is now a “canuck” before belting out a rendition of the Canadian National anthem for fans. This guy is a beauty and hopefully will stick with the Blue Jays for the rest of the season. The post Munenori Kawasaki Signs Autographs And Sings O’Canada For Fans appeared first on Baseball Hot Corner.

R.A. Dickey Talks About His Health

Before R.A. Dickey struck out five Giants over 8.1 innings of scoreless ball in early June, we sat down for a brief second to talk about his health, his knuckler, his new situation, and what he’s learned this year. Eno Sarris: The last time we talked a while back, you were having a great season that had something to do with your fast knuckleball. You were throwing those more than...

Adam Lind — 90% is Just Enough

If you interrogate some of the career-best numbers Adam Lind is putting up this year, you get a complicated answer full of maybes and what abouts: he’s swinging less, making more contact, and has a more even batted ball mix. If you interrogate Adam Lind about the numbers he is putting up this year, you get belly laughs and a more intuitive blend of changes in approach and mechanics...

Munenori Kawasaki Gives Another Hilarious Interview

Remember that hilarious interview that Japanese infielder Munenori Kawasaki gave after he hit a walkoff double for the Blue Jays a few weeks back? Well, he’s back for more. Kawasaki gave another gem of an interview on the MLB Network’s Intentional Talk this week in which he once again busted out his little notebook for a little comedy in broken english. [SportsGrid] Article...

Munenori Kawasaki plays catch with fans at U.S. Cellular Field (video)

  Before Monday’s game against the Chicago White Sox at U.S. Cellular Field, Toronto Blue Jays shortstop Munenori Kawasaki played a little catch with some lucky fans who happened to bring along their mitts to the ballpark. And it wasn’t simply a case of tossing the ball back and forth, these fans helped Kawasaki get [...]The post Munenori Kawasaki plays catch with fans at U...

Official Video: HAHAHAHA Munenori Kawasaki is having Too Much Fun

Munenori Kawasaki dropped another phrase filled interview. [Outside the Boxscore] He's creating quite the demo reel. **Follow us on Twitter, View Blitz Viral Videos, or Return to... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~

Blue Jays-White Sox postponed, storms in forecast

The game between the Toronto Blue Jays and Toronto Blue Jays scheduled for Wednesday night was postponed because storms were in the forecast. The game was called early in the afternoon as severe weather was approaching. No makeup date was announced. The Blue Jays aren't scheduled to play again at U.S. Cellular Field this season. This was the fourth home postponement for the...

Blue Jays shortstop Munenori Kawasaki singing ‘O Canada’

Blue Jays push back Josh Johnson due to blister

Josh Johnson was originally scheduled to pitch against the Texas Rangers on Saturday, but the Toronto Blue Jays have decided to push him back a day due to a blister that has developed on his right middle finger, according to Gregor Chisholm of The blister developed during Johnson’s most recent start, which came against the Rangers on June 9. He received treatment...

Blue Jays 7, White Sox 5(10)

Jose Bautista hit a game-tying home run in the ninth inning and Rajai Davis scored on a wild pitch in the 10th to lead the Toronto Blue Jays to a 7-5 win over the Chicago White Sox at a dimmed U.S. Cellular Field on Tuesday night. Chien-Ming Wang made his first start of the season after signing with the injury-riddled Blue Jays before the game, lasting 7 1-3 innings while giving...

Blue Jays beat Rangers 3-1 on Encarnacion hit

Edwin Encarnacion hit a tiebreaking two-run double in the eighth inning and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Texas Rangers 3-1 on Thursday night. The slumping Rangers wasted another solid outing by Yu Darvish, who has made five consecutive starts without a victory. Neal Cotts (2-1) replaced Darvish to start the eighth, when Emilio Bonifacio reached on a throwing error by Gold Glove...
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