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Sportsmanship On Display This Week

This past week had one fantastic example of sportsmanship on display and much of the world got to see it as a couple of friends who grew up playing little league together ended up facing off as their high school

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Blue Jays Outsourced New Scout Or Lost Goose

The Toronto Blue Jays have struggled mightily over the past month having a record over May of 9 wins and 19 losses. This is not a trend the team would like to continue and it is likely there are some

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MLB fans predicted to eat more than 19m hot dogs

Los Angeles Dodgers fans predicted to consume the most hot dogs. It’s a marriage of two American icons — baseball and hot dogs — and the National Hot Dog & Sausage Council (NHDSC) estimates that baseball fans will consume more

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The physics behind a baseball bat’s sweet spot

It’s actually more of a sweet zone. There’s a certain romance to wooden baseball bats that goes away the second you swing one. For those of us not trying to make it to the majors, using a wooden bat is

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Toronto Blue Jays Name

The Toronto Blue Jays started their 42nd season today. Here’s the background on their name. More than 30,000 entries were received during a five-week name-the-team contest. A panel of 14 judges, including 10 Toronto media members, selected 10 finalists. From

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Blue Jays Still Entertaining

The Blue Jays are wrapping up a series against the New York Yankees this afternoon, it’s a series that saw the Yankees clinch a playoff spot Yesterday, they still have a shot at the division title as well, while the

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Foodie Friday: Baseball Food

Ballpark food can be pretty wacky. Heres a few of this year’s creations. The Wayback burger in Philadelphia has nine beef patties and nine slices of cheese. New York’s Citi Field offers

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The Final Four Are Set For MLB Playoffs. Go Jays Go

The stage is set for the NLCS and ALCS finals.  After a dramatic win last night, LA Dodgers will take on Chicago for the NLCS. The Jays will square off against Cleveland beginning tonight.  A number of pundits feel Chicago

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Blue Jays Wildcard Math

The Toronto Blue Jays have played themselves into a bit of a tricky spot when it comes to the Wild-Card for the playoffs. Thanks to winning only half of their last 10 games the jays find themselves tied with the Baltimore

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Blue Jays vs. Orioles

This is an important weekend series for the Blue Jays. The weather will be perfect and the roof should remain open for the American League East battle against A.L.East leading Baltimore. The second place Jays are currently 1 1/2 games

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Going To A Ball Game

It’s not every day you get to sit 21 rows behind home plate. That is exactly where I was on Friday night when the Blue Jays hosted the LA Dodgers. It was a heck of a game too, though you

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Blue Jays vs. Red Sox

The Toronto Blue Jays have not had an easy time with the Boston Red Sox, they lost to them in the preseason, and in the regular season they are so far 1 for 5. And it’s not that they have

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Blue Jays Looking To Avoid Sweep

The Toronto Blue Jays have had a disappointing start to their season after a fantastic spring training. Losing 4 of the 6 games played so far including their home opener. Now it is up to them to avoid being swept

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Blue Jays Home Opener Expected To Be A Sellout

Blue Jays fans are ready to cheer as the team gets set to play its home opener today against the rival Boston Red Sox. The last time the Blue Jays played at the Rogers Centre was Game 5 of the American League Championship

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Baseball’s New Rule Cost Bluejays Game

Baseball’s new rule on breaking up double plays gave Logan Forsythe and the Tampa Bay Rays a disputed 3-2 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays. An errant throw on a potential double play appeared to let the tying run score.

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