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    UGLY, IS JUST PLAIN…UGGLA!

    Dan Uggla
    by Tosh McIntosh

    A week ago there were actually some writers, many tweeters and gobs of talk-show callers who were petitioning for the Jays to acquire 2B Dan Uggla, who had been released by the Atlanta Braves. Some, stunningly, rationalized…”What is there to lose?”, in part failing to comprehend the domino effect upon players, which often cannot be reversed, that takes place with both the Jays’ 25 AND 40 man rosters whenever any kind of player acquisition takes place. Oh, and by the way, he WAS picked up by the San Francisco Giants and in the three games...

  • It's TWiBJH Time!

    This Week In Blue Jays History

    Jack Morris
    by Shaun MacDonald

    The week that just passed was a good one for the Blue Jays and their fans. They won series against both the Red Sox and Yankees, including their first series win at Yankee Stadium in almost two years. As the Jays push towards the postseason, this week, we’ll look back at the Jays history, and we’ll highlight something that was as important then as it is now: victories against AL East opponents. July 28, 2010 The 2010 edition of the club beat the Baltimore Orioles 5-0 on this date in history, completing a three game sweep of the orange birds....

  • The Curse is Dead

    ‘THE STREAK’… REDUX?

    JA Happ
    by Tosh McIntosh

    Remember the Jays’ May-June ‘Streak’?   About a week and a half ago the team began exhibiting the same ‘Modus-operandi’ and, of more significance and importance, ‘team-spirit’ and enthusiasm which seemed so contagious during the development and continuance of that winning stretch. It has resulted in a complete reversal of both fortunes and the ‘look-and-feel’ of this team over this period CONTINUING (Not ‘culminating!) with today’s dramatic and emotional victory of both game and...

UGLY, IS JUST PLAIN…UGGLA!

Posted on: Jul 28 2014 - 12:35am | #0
In: Articles
Tosh McIntosh
Dan Uggla

A week ago there were actually some writers, many tweeters and gobs of talk-show callers who were petitioning for the Jays to acquire 2B Dan Uggla, who had been released by the Atlanta Braves. Some, stunningly, rationalized…”What is there to lose?”, in part failing to comprehend the domino effect upon players, which often cannot be reversed, that takes place with both the Jays’ 25 AND 40 man rosters whenever any kind of player acquisition takes place. Oh, and by the way, he WAS picked up by the San Francisco Giants and in the three games since they acquired him he has gone 0 – 8 with 5 Ks and has committed three (3) errors! Hello! “PLAY BALL!” CHEERS! Tosh ...

This Week In Blue Jays History

Posted on: Jul 28 2014 - 12:29am | #0
In: Articles
Shaun MacDonald
Jack Morris

The week that just passed was a good one for the Blue Jays and their fans. They won series against both the Red Sox and Yankees, including their first series win at Yankee Stadium in almost two years. As the Jays...

JA Happ

‘THE STREAK’… REDUX?

Remember the Jays’ May-June ‘Streak’?   About a week and a half ago the team began exhibiting the same ‘Modus-operandi’ and, of more significance and importance, ‘team-spirit’ and enthusiasm which seemed so contagious during the development and continuance of that winning stretch. It has resulted in a complete reversal...

Posted on: Jul 28 2014 - 12:16am | #0
In: Articles
Tosh McIntosh
Blue Jays Fans
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Forbes: Comfortably In First, The Average Tickets Price Remains The Same

The Toronto Blue Jays opened up the 2014 season with expectations to be better than 2013. That wasn’t too difficult of a goal considering...

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Sportsnet Will Deliver All 30 Spring Training Games

Sportsnet, the home of the Toronto Blue Jays, today unveiled its Toronto Blue Jays 2014 Spring Training broadcast schedule, featuring...

Minor League Scores
July 25, 2014

9-7 Win
vs Lehigh Valley
Record: 52-53
July 25, 2014

5-3 Win
@ Harrisburg
Record: 50-56
July 25, 2014

2-1 Win
vs Charlotte
Record: 62-42
July 25, 2014

6-3 Loss
vs Hillsboro
Record: 26-16
July 25, 2014

1-0 Loss
vs Peoria
Record: 48-54
July 25, 2014

4-3 Loss
vs Danville
Record: 17-18


Jays Win Three Game Series in New York

Jose Reyes

The Toronto Blue Jays will head into Boston with some much needed momentum. The Jays battled in what was arguably one of their best all around performances of the season,...

Blue Jays Wanted List: Bullpen Help

Steve Delabar

The non-waiver trade deadline is only a few days away as talks between teams around Major League Baseball have intensified. The Blue Jays, like several teams in contention, are looking for help via trade, despite rumours that adding more money might be an issue for ownership. One area that the Jays’ management might look to improve soon is the bullpen. The Blue Jays’ bullpen has...

Pitching Prospect: Aaron Sanchez

Sanchez

Today I’d like to talk about a guy who has a very bright future ahead of him. Much like Marcus Stroman, this man is a up-and-comer in the system, but he has not made it to the big leagues yet. I’m talking about...

2014 Draft Signings

Blue Jays Sign 1st Round Picks

The Toronto Blue Jays have signed 9th overall selection RHP Jeff Hoffman and 11th overall selection C Max Pentecoste. This...