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Echoes From 527: Tu Ere…


I’m sure that most of you have heard about the controversy surrounding the Blue Jays clubhouse and Yunel Escobar following Sundays game vs Boston. Originally, I was going to pass on doing a post about ...

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Echoes From 527: Rocketman

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By now I’m sure you are aware of the fact that tonight (Saturday August 25th), Roger Clemens is slated to start the game for the Sugarland Skeeters of the Atlantic League. The game will mark ...

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Bleeding Blue: The Detroit Tigers Game

Den of the Enemy

Bleeding Blue: The Detroit Tigers Game I love going to the Rogers Center (Skydome) to see a Jays game. I’m a fan of the Skydome, despite it being a dinosaur, and I love the atmosphere ...

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Echoes From 527: Buffalo


2012 will mark the end of Toronto’s current contract with the Las Vegas 51’s of the Pacific Coast League. Forced with not having another option at the time, Toronto selected the Las Vegas franchise as ...

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Echoes From 527: Making History

MLB: Toronto Blue Jays at Oakland Athletics

Acquired from the Mariners for Eric Thames at the deadline, Steve Delabar is an interesting story. A story that involves it’s share of injuries, hard times, harder work and a prior retirement from the professional game. Drafted by the ...

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Echoes From 527: Hech’d


Following a gut wrenching 15 inning loss to Oakland that saw both Colby Rasmus and Brett Lawrie exit with injuries, the Blue Jays made a series of moves optioning Brett Cecil to AAA Vegas, designating ...

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Bleeding Blue: The Broken Wings of the Blue Jays


The non-waiver deadline has passed us by, and the Blue Jays remained relatively quiet opting to move two outfielders for two bullpen arms

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Breaking: Snider, Thames Dealt


As the Blue Jays were in the midst of a 4-1 loss to the Seattle Mariners Monday night, Alex Anthopoulos was busy pulling the trigger on a pair of deals what would draw a close to ...

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