Blue Jays Can’t Be Satisfied

TORONTO (Oct. 24) — Parting is such sweet sorrow, particularly if you’ve gone steady for three months — as have people in this city with the Toronto Blue Jays. In the blink of an eye, an every–day relationship ends, only… Read More

Ticket Prices Down — But Not For Long

TORONTO (Oct. 19) — Whether the Blue Jays are swept by Kansas City for the American League Championship or go undefeated the rest of the way to win their third World Series, who do you think is going to pay… Read More

Price Not Yet a Big–Gamer

TORONTO (Oct. 18) — A mistake by Ryan Goins and a bunch of people saying “… until the seventh inning.” Each will dominate reaction to Game 2 of the American League Championship Series. Neither will hold much water. A championship–caliber… Read More

Killer Instinct Must Prevail

TORONTO (Oct. 16) — This is a cautionary blog for fans of the Toronto Blue Jays. While the events of 30 years ago this month bear no relation to today, there is remarkable synonymy in the fact the Jays are… Read More

Russell Martin Was Almost Steve Smith

TORONTO (Oct. 15) — I’m not sure we can imagine the coming off–season for Russell Martin were he not part of the most explosive team in Major League Baseball. Perhaps only one man — currently an assistant coach with the… Read More

“All Aboard!”

TORONTO (Oct. 13) — That loud, hammering noise you heard throughout the weekend was methodical re–construction of the Toronto Blue Jays’ bandwagon. Big surprise, huh? My goodness how quickly people run white flags up the pole around here. Yes, the… Read More

The “Toronto Collapse” – Part 3

By HOWARD BERGER TORONTO (July 21) – Frankly, it is difficult to include the baseball Blue Jays as part of the now-famed “Toronto Collapse.” After all, the team provided our city its most exhilarating moments of the past 50 years… Read More

Sports Worm Here Could Easily Turn

By HOWARD BERGER TORONTO (Apr. 8th) – There is no better time than the 37th anniversary (yesterday) of the first Blue Jays game to remember that Toronto hasn’t always been a hockey-first city. Anyone attuned to sports in this region… Read More
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