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Spare Change - Welcome to Meaningful September Baseball

Eight straight sellouts, the EXACT same record after 130 game (75-57) as it was in 1992 and 1993 and the bandwagon is as packed as it has ever been. 1,943 more words

Mark Shapiro welcomes challenge of being Toronto Blue Jays president and CEO after he 'outgrew' job in Cleveland

TORONTO – In his fond farewell to Cleveland, Mark Shapiro stressed his need for a new challenge. And with a new challenge comes the need to “sometimes be a little uncomfortable,” he said. 1,043 more words

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Toronto Blue Jays' next president Mark Shapiro may be uniquely equipped to take club to next level

It was announced on Monday morning that Mark Shapiro will be the next president and CEO of the Toronto Blue Jays, taking over for Paul Beeston at the end of the season. 1,066 more words

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Toronto Blue Jays players get first-hand look at how a hockey tradition can translate into baseball

By Michael Hobson

According to the NHL, in the 1940s, a Toronto haberdasher used to give free hats to players with the Toronto Maple Leafs when they scored three goals in a game, which introduced the “Hat Trick” expression into the world of hockey. 1,356 more words

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Mark Shapiro is a solid hiring for the Blue Jays long term

TORONTO- The search is over as the Toronto Blue Jays named Mark Shapiro as the club’s newest president. Shapiro will be the next successor to Paul Beeston, who will retire after the 2015 season. 459 more words

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Toronto Blue Jays name Mark Shapiro as next president and CEO

TORONTO – Mark Shapiro is the next president of the Toronto Blue Jays.

The team says Shapiro will replace longtime president and CEO Paul Beeston at the end of this season. 497 more words

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Toronto Blue Jays hire Cleveland Indians president Mark Shapiro to replace Paul Beeston

The Toronto Blue Jays have hired Mark Shapiro, longtime general manager and current president of the Cleveland Indians, as their new president and CEO. The appointment will take effect when the 2015 season ends. 776 more words

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