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How was your Week?

With the Division series under way the first question that comes to mind is; who had the Texas Rangers winning the first two games against the Toronto Blue Jays in Toronto? 1,256 more words


Blue Jays sound off on umpire Vic Carapazza's strike zone

After going down 0-2 in the American League Division Series against the Texas Rangers on Friday, members of the Toronto Blue Jays couldn’t help but single out one man who made their night more difficult – home plate umpire Vic Carapazza. 179 more words


Toronto Blue Jays In Song

What a day!! Even though, by the time you read this, it might be yesterday, a week ago, or even a year ago that I wrote it, the cool thing about a blog post is that it’s a frozen moment in time! 411 more words


Toronto Blue Jays continue to look rattled during the playoffs

The nerves were supposed to be all gone by now. The Toronto Blue Jays were unmistakably, understandably tight in their return to playoff baseball after two decades on Thursday afternoon. 1,000 more words


Toronto Blue Jays' Game 2 defeat dictated by these pivotal moments

There were “if-only” moments galore for the Blue Jays and their fans durng the 6-4, 14-inning loss to Texas in what might have been the final game at the Rogers Centre this season. 450 more words


Texas Rangers find key contributors outside their 'core' in Game 2 win over Toronto Blue Jays

TORONTO — The bat of Hanser Alberto, the rookie third baseman called upon to replace the injured Adrian Beltre, provided little to the Texas Rangers in Game 2 of their American League Division Series. 795 more words


Blue Jays Drop Game Two, Lose Cecil To Injury

Game two of the Blue Jays American League Division Series had a little bit of everything, a bench clearing disagreement, sloppy defense, flashes of great pitching, a blown replay call and a home plate umpire who’s strike zone changed pitch-by-pitch. 775 more words

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