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Blue Jays Flashback: Pre-Skydome Crazy, Classic Comeback

Last week in this space we examined the shutting down of Exhibition Stadium as a baseball facility. This week marks the 26th anniversary of the opening of the Skydome/Rogers Centre so it would make sense to highlight that in Blue Jays Flashback, right? Well no, actually. While June 5th does represent that significant date in Toronto Blue Jays history, what has been lost to the maiden...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
May 31, 2015  |  Discuss

Blue Jays to return to Montreal, face Reds in two exhibitions

  The Toronto Blue Jays will play spring training games in Montreal for the second straight year, facing Cincinnati at Olympic Stadium on April 3-4. A two-game series against the New York Mets last March drew of 96,350. Organizers said Tuesday that former Blue Jays star Roberto Alomar, manager Cito Gaston and former Reds and Montreal Expos slugger Tony Perez will be honored at the...
Via AP on Fox
November 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Blue Jays to play Reds in pair of Montreal games

MONTREAL (AP) -- The Toronto Blue Jays will play spring training games in Montreal for the second straight year, facing Cincinnati at Olympic Stadium on April 3-4. A two-game series against the New York Mets last March drew of 96,350. Organizers said Tuesday that former Blue Jays star Roberto Alomar, manager Cito Gaston and former Reds and Montreal Expos slugger Tony Perez will be...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
November 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Blue Jays to play Reds in pair of Montreal games

MONTREAL (AP) The Toronto Blue Jays will play spring training games in Montreal for the second straight year, facing Cincinnati at Olympic Stadium on April 3-4. A two-game series against the New York Mets last March drew of 96,350. Organizers said Tuesday that former Blue Jays star Roberto Alomar, manager Cito Gaston and former Reds and Montreal Expos slugger Tony Perez will be...
Via AP on Fox
November 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Longtime Braves coach Brian Snitker embracing return to minors

Brian Snitker was working as a roving instructor for the Braves organization at Lido Beach down in Sarasota, Fla., when Hank Aaron approached him with an idea. The opportunity MLB's home run king had in mind was of the unexpected variety. Snitker jumped at it. It was 1981, and he wasn't even in his late-20s. Would you like to manage? A self-proclaimed mediocre player in his heyday...
Via Fox Sports South
January 25, 2014  |  Discuss
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