In the middle of September, smack in the heat of the American League East baseball pennant race, I wandered Manhattan in search of a place to watch the Toronto Blue Jays play the New York Yankees. 938 more words
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By Michael Hobson
Player payroll is constantly part of the conversation when discussing the Toronto Blue Jays. Will Rogers Communications maintain last season’s approximately $130 million payroll? 1,415 more words
After the most successful season in 22 years, the Blue Jays have entered their most interesting off-season in about that same time.
The off-season for the American League East Champions got off to a hot start with Alex Anthopoulos stepping down as general manager, and Mark Shapiro officially taking the reigns from previous president Paul Beeston on November 1st. 900 more words
By Michael Hobson
There is a new sheriff in town and his name is Mark Shapiro.
Working in a small town, and working with revenue from a small market, Shapiro could only do so much in Cleveland and is the main reason why he left a similar position with the Indians to become the new President and CEO with the Toronto Blue Jays. 1,476 more words
I wanted this Blue Jays season to go on and on. To experience again what a full Dome looks like and sounds like, to see what a city with something to share feels like, so Paul Beeston could go on and on as the Blue Jays’ president. 1,098 more words
TORONTO — It was there throughout the Toronto Blue Jays’ remarkable three-month run to finish the 2015 season: that nagging, creeping sense of worry about the way the team’s ownership so spectacularly botched the beginning of the year. 897 more words
Eight straight sellouts, the EXACT same record after 130 games (75-57) as it was in 1992 and 1993 and the bandwagon is as packed as it has ever been. 1,943 more words