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Archive for August, 2012

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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Back in Blue Video Podcast – Episode 32


This week on the podcast Reid and Nick talk about the dog days of summer in Jays Trending, Rajai’s highlight reel catch and Skip addresses the Blue Jays organization.

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Bullpen: A Revolving Door


Coming into this year, the bullpen was once again supposed to be one of the strengths of the Blue Jays, but injuries and trades have forced the team to call-up and send down relievers on ...

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Jays Listed – Top 10 Blue Jays Center Fielders


“Look at me, I can be center field.” Only a select few Toronto Blue Jays can say those words originally sung by John Fogerty. Because of that putting together the Top 10 Blue Jays center ...

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Blue Jay of the Week!


It was a pretty bismal week in Blue Jays land but once again I bring you my Blue Jay of the Week! Aug3-Aug9 This weeks Blue Jay of the Week is…. David Cooper! (1B-#30) | 6 hits ...

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Back in Blue Video Podcast – Episode 31


This week Reid returns to the podcast and the guys talk about the Jays looking more like the 51's in Jays Trending, Nick brings his Blue Jay of the Week and Skip video tweets some ...

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Jays Listed – My Top 10 Pieces of Blue Jays Memorabilia

Jays stuff

I’ve collected a lot of Blue Jays stuff over the years. Maybe too much at times. Hats, cards, posters, shirts, key chains, you name it. If it had the Blue Jays logo on it somewhere ...

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Positional Shuffle?

MLB: Tampa Bay Rays at Toronto Blue Jays

With the rash of injuries that continue to hit the Blue Jays, it has given some prospects their first taste of Major League Baseball. One of them who has benefitted is highly touted shortstop Adeiny ...

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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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