- Rookie Hazing: New York Yankees Pop Stars Parade!
- Pic: St. Louis Cardinals website ‘moves’ team to NL WEST!
- Rookie Hazing: Colorado Rockies in Speedos!
- Video: Orioles Chris Davis Fouls a Ball into his Own Jersey!
- Hit the Deck: Twitter pix of the week: @Braves abs, ‘school’ supplies, purple kicks, @JDate
Tag Archives: Toronto Blue Jays
The Toronto Blue Jays celebrated Rookie Hazing Day in style this year. I wonder who was sent to the local costume shop for those nifty duds? (And loved every minute of it!)
The Vancouver Canadians released a new ticket promotion that parody’s the great baseball comedy “Major League,” called “Major League Savings.” (One wonders if not for Charlie Sheen and his antics this year, if this 20+ year old movie would be … Continue reading
Contrary to title on YouTube, this clothed fan ran onto the field during the July 2nd Philadelphia Phillies – Toronto Blue Jays game. (Based on other videos, I believer “streaker” is Canadian for “running on the field because I’ve had too … Continue reading
When the Toronto Blue Jays rallied from a 4-0 deficit to defeat Cliff Lee and the Philadelphia Phillies, it not only snapped Lee’s streak of 34 consecutive scoreless innings, but also marked the first time that Lee had lost a game in … Continue reading
The Detroit Tigers Justin Verlander extended his incredible run with eight shutout innings and 14 strikeouts leading the Tigers to a 6-0 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks. Verlander has won his last six starts, allowing a total of four runs and 35 … Continue reading
In the how does this happen to a dedicated sports channel category, I nominate ESPN. Saturday afternoon ESPN’s scroll announcing that Justin Verlander had just thrown a no-hitter against the Toronto Blue Jays at Rogers Center in Toronto – identified … Continue reading
A VERY Big Bird Shatters Front Windshield of Yankees Bus; Blue Jays, Cardinals & Orioles Have Alibis
On the way to Ft. Myers to play the Boston Red Sox for Monday night’s game, the New York Yankees coaches’ bus was hit by a bird, which flew into the front windshield and shattered the glass on the passenger’s … Continue reading
Rookie hazing is back! Toronto Blue Jays rookie pitcher Kyle Drabeck thought he was just joshing with the guys during spring training workouts on a recent day in Dunedin, Florida. Little did he know that he was a victim of the good old … Continue reading
Bobby Cox managed his last game Monday night before nearly 9,000 empty seats at Turner Field. The San Francisco Giants beat the Atlanta Braves, 3-2, to win their NLDS series 3-1. The Giants advance to the NLCS for the first time … Continue reading
Outfielder Shane Victorino is confident that ace Philadelphia Phillies starter Roy Halladay will respond to the heat of the playoffs. It’s hard to believe, but, after 13 seasons in the majors, Halladay makes his first playoff appearance Wednesday in the NLDS against the … Continue reading
Justin Morneau worked out Thursday afternoon at Target Field in Minneapolis. The All-Star first baseman has been suffering the lingering effects of a concussion since he was accidentally kneed in the head while sliding into second base July 7 in … Continue reading
Marc Rzepczynski notched eight consecutive outs by strikeouts Monday leading the Toronto Blue Jays to a 7-5 victory over the New York Yankees. The loss kept New York’s magic number to clinch a playoff spot at 1. The Jays left-hander tallied nine Ks … Continue reading
The Philadelphia Phillies notched their fourth straight National League East Division title in a resounding way Monday with an 8-0 whitewashing of the Washington Nationals. Ace right-hander Roy Halladay was masterful again while picking up his 21st win, fourth shutout and ninth … Continue reading
Roy Halladay is a big part of the Philadelphia Phillies 2010 playoff run. Friday night the big righthander earned his 18th W, in the Phillies 8-4 victory of those pesky, underachieving New York Mets. By going 7 2/3 innings in Citi Field, Halladay notched his … Continue reading
The Portland Beavers, who in various incarnations, have been around almost continuously since 1903 (sans 1973-77 and 1994-2000) played their last game in the Rose City yesterday afternoon. The reason: the Beavers’ stadium PGE Park was renovated as a soccer-only stadium in … Continue reading