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Blue Jays Fan Who Threw Beer at Hyun Soo Kim Banned From MLB Games

Last October, Blue Jays fan Ken Pagan momentarily ruined Canada’s friendly reputation when he lobbed a beer can at Orioles outfielder Hyun Soo Kim during the AL Wild Card game. 163 more words

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Christie Blatchford: Beer can tosser 1, Jays 0

Ontario Court Judge Robert Bigelow, in the language of the judiciary, “has gone supernumerary,” meaning he is quasi-retired and working only on a per diem basis. 998 more words

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Fan who threw beer can during Toronto Blue Jays playoff game apologizes in court, gets conditional discharge

By Jessica Smith Cross

TORONTO — A man who threw a beer can onto the field during a dramatic Toronto Blue Jays playoff game last fall was given a conditional discharge Wednesday, after his lawyer argued the public humiliation he suffered since being charged in the incident should be taken into account. 674 more words

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Captain Canada: The sequel

The Toronto Blue Jays signed outfielder Michael Saunders to a minor league deal after he was designated for assignment by the Philadelphia Phillies. At first, this deal seems really useless, but this could turn out great for the Blue Jays. 182 more words

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Michael Saunders is back: Toronto Blue Jays sign Canadian outfielder to minor-league deal

TORONTO — Michael Saunders is back in the Toronto Blue Jays organization.

The Blue Jays announced Wednesday that the Victoria-born outfielder has signed a minor-league deal and will report to Triple-A Buffalo. 149 more words

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Baltimore Is Trying To Get Back On Track Is Series Against Toronto

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Mark Trumbo’s statistics this season show that he’s paid only modest dividends on the three-year, $37.5 million contract he signed in the offseason, although the Toronto Blue Jays might disagree with his value. 407 more words

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Jason Grilli DFA'd

When a player is Designated for Assignment, the “Designated Player” is removed from his club’s MLB Reserve List (40-man roster) and MLB Active List (25-man roster), and then the club has up to seven days (formerly ten days) to either trade, release, or non-tender the player, or send the player outright to the minors. 167 more words

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