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Attendance down half in Blue Jays second game

The Toronto Blue Jays home opener drew an impressive 48,857 to Rogers Centre. Sportsnet also drew the highest audience in the network’s history, with nearly 4 million people tuning in at one point or another.  Whether their opening night loss to the Cleveland Indians was that upsetting to fans, the second game of the series saw roughly half (24,619) of that attend the game in...

Welcome to the knuckler, Arencibia sets record for passed balls

And it took less than 2 innings.  J.P. Arencibia set a Toronto Blue Jays single game record with three passed balls on opening day, receiving the reigning National League Cy Young Award winner R.A. Dickey.  The knuckleballer struggled in his Blue Jays debut, and the passed balls help move runners around that led to a 2-0 deficit after 2 innings. Courtesy The Blue...

Joe Carter says Blue Jays can't get caught in hype

Joe Carter says the Blue Jays' new additions can't get caught up in trying to do too much. The retired Toronto star knows something about meeting high expectations. In 1993, the Jays came into the season as the reigning world champions, and he led them to another title with his winning home run in Game 6 of the World Series. ''When you have new guys come in - as...

Jose Reyes hits head on steal attempt, but remains in game

In a scary moment for Blue Jays fans, Jose Reyes went down after a steal attempt.  As he was sliding into second base, Asdrubal Cabrera's shin connected with Reyes' head.  The Blue Jays trainer, Greg Poulis came out, but Reyes appeared to be fine shortly after the play. uh oh, Reyes is down after stealing his first base of the season. #bluejays — Brendan Kennedy...

Josh Johnson featured in Big Leagues Magazine article

The new issue of Big Leagues Magazine is out and features an article by your favorite Fan on Josh Johnson and how he is ready to rock for the Toronto Blue Jays. Also featured in the magazine is a chock full of articles by great writers, fantasy and prospect information and much more. There is an interview with MLB Radio's Mike Ferrin as just one of the exciting features this...

Blue Jays fan waves bat like a madman

On Tuesday, Cleveland Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis must not have applied enough pine tar to his bat and batting gloves prior to an at-bat against Toronto Blue Jays knuckleballer R.A. Dickey. Because after one offering from Dickey during Kipnis’ at-bat in the 1st inning of the team’s tilt at Rogers Centre, the bat sailed out of Kipnis’ hand, flying into the seats behind...

GIF: Toronto Blue Jay’s Fan Has A Great Reaction To A Bat He Catches In The Crowd

Follow @DSchmelzerTSB on Twitter The bat that the crazy man in the picture above is holding, belongs to Cleveland Indians 2nd Baseman Jason Kipnis, who swung and miss on a R.A. Dickey knuckleball in both teams first game on Tuesday. GIF after the jump Wow, how great is that? The people around him seem to thing it is hilarious as well. I love the reaction of the kid in the jersey...

Anthopoulos Unsure Of Romero’s Future (W/ Audio)

© Frank Gunn/Canadian Press When J.A. Happ beat out former All-Star Ricky Romero for the final spot in the Toronto rotation, there was a bit of confusion as to where Romero was going to be sent. Was he heading to Triple-A or Double-A? The answer turned out to be neither as he was assigned to Class A Dunedin in Florida. The reason given was that the organization wanted him to pitch...

Blue Jays or Mariners?

Question for my fellow Canadian north west sports fans. Do you cheer for the (GASP) Toronto Blue Jays? or the Seattle Mariners? More...
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