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MLB Opening Day: Odds Stacked Against Toronto Blue Jays

March 31, 2014Mixed Martial Arts
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What a difference a year makes in the life and times of a Toronto Blue Jays supporter. Last year, the Blue Jays went into the season as MLB favorite to win the World Series and ended up hitting every pothole imaginable in the long road of a baseball season. They finished in last place in […]

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Ricky Romero May Be Key to Toronto Blue Jays’ Success

March 13, 2014MLB Baseball
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Whether Toronto Blue Jays fans like it or not, enigmatic starting pitcher Ricky Romero could be the lynchpin of the team’s success this season. A few years ago, Romero was the ace of Toronto’s pitching staff. He broke onto the scene in Toronto in 2009 and wowed everyone with his talent, winning 13 games that […]

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Blue Jays Could Help Bring Baseball Back to Montreal

September 10, 2013MLB Baseball
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Montreal baseball fans will be treated to two MLB exhibition games between the Toronto Blue Jays and New York Mets ahead of the 2014 season.  With the Toronto Blue Jays booking the pair of preseason games against the New York Mets at Olympic Stadium, it may be a small step, but a very necessary one […]

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Montreal names street after Hall of Famer, Expos star Gary Carter

May 21, 2013MLB Baseball
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The late Gary Carter last wore a Montreal Expos jersey back in 1992, but the impact he made on Montreal baseball fans lives on. The city will honor the Hall of Fame catcher Tuesday by naming a city street after him. Carter died in February after a battle with brain cancer. He played for the […]

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Team Canada WBC Preview: Lawrie Injury Hits Hard

March 7, 2013MLB Baseball
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World Baseball Classic Odds When Team Canada takes the field for its first World Baseball Classic game Friday against Italy, manager Ernie Whitt is well aware that his team isn’t likely to win many 2-1 games. Even though the rotation looks better than it has in the past, it’s still Canada’s clear weakness. In Wednesday’s […]

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Brandon Morrow Ready to Compete in Jays’ Rotation

February 20, 2013MLB Baseball
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Saturday will be big for the Blue Jays. It will be the first chance in 2013 for Toronto to face another Major League Baseball club, and it will also be the first opportunity for Brandon Morrow to show he belongs in the outstanding pitching staff. Manager John Gibbons announced Morrow will start against the Detroit […]

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Signings See Red Sox Rebuild In Shadow Of Jays’ Big Moves

December 18, 2012MLB Baseball
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Finishing last in the American League East in 2012 cost Bobby Valentine his job, so the Boston Red Sox ended up making the first high-profile trade of the off-season by moving infielder Mike Aviles to the Toronto Blue Jays for their manager, John Farrell. Since then, the Jays have made a series of deals that […]

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Los Angeles Angels Add Josh Hamilton to Stacked Lineup

December 13, 2012MLB Baseball
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With all the money the Los Angeles Dodgers have spent — especially in the past few days — to acquire talent for their roster, it stood to reason that the crosstown Angels would reply in a big way. Now they’ve jumped into the deep end of the pool again with the signing of free-agent outfielder […]

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Mets End Relationship with Outfielder Jason Bay

November 7, 2012MLB Baseball
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The Jason Bay era with the New York Mets is officially over. On Wednesday, the club announced they had come to an agreement to terminate the Canadian outfielder’s contract two years early. Terms of the buyout were not disclosed publicly. Bay was due to be paid $16 million in 2013, and the Mets were also […]

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World Series – Holy Cow! Rangers at Cardinals in Game 7 Tonight

October 28, 2011MLB Baseball
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The World Series – holy cow. Frank Doyle on the continuing magic of baseball as the world awaits Game 7 between Texas and St Louis. Baseball. Every year we see signs of its decline. The NFL takes on the World Series and wins. Soccer is more popular among American kids. There are too many overseas […]

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