A Question Ignored

TORONTO (July 31) — With Leafs Nation ominously assuring itself that all draft components will remain in place beyond 2019, and media wondering if the addition of Patrick Marleau indicates the club is “going for it” now, here’s a question… Read More

Generation 2 Getting Its Fill

TORONTO (Oct. 5) — The moments are beginning to pile up for second–generation fans of the Toronto Blue Jays. Primarily, the Millennials that experienced an initial pennant race and playoff run by the long–dormant club last Autumn. Such first–generation observers… Read More

This Is The Blue Jays Year

TORONTO (July 9) — What better time than the 25th anniversary of the 1991 Major League All–Star Game at SkyDome to make a proclamation about the 2016 Toronto Blue Jays? Here it is (mark it down and remember the date):… Read More

Who Saw Blue Jays–Rangers Flip Flap?

TORONTO (May 15) — A confluence of adventure just before 6 p.m. Eastern on Sunday would suggest the majority of TV watchers in this city — perhaps nationwide — missed the fallout from last October’s playoff struggle between the Toronto… Read More

More Lessons Learned

TORONTO (Oct. 29) — It began when I was 10 years old… on a Sunday night in April 1969. I had just attended Game 4 of the Stanley Cup quarterfinal series between Toronto and Boston at Maple Leaf Gardens with… Read More

Ranking the Jacks

TORONTO (Oct. 23) — With the Blue Jays still alive in the American League playoffs on the 22nd anniversary of Joe Carter’s “touch–’em–all” home run (God bless you, Tom Cheek), there may be no better time to rank the five… 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
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