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Archive for February, 2013

Back in Blue Videogame Fundraiser!


Back in Blue is proud to announce that we have scheduled our 2nd annual fan fundraiser for the Jays Care Foundation! After a very successful 24-hr Baseball Video Game Marathon in 2012, we’ll be going ...

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Jays Listed – Top 5 things we’re watching for in Spring Training.

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With Grapefruit League action well underway we finally have some real action to gauge this year’s championship-favored squad. Everyone knows that Spring Training results don’t mean a thing for the regular season. You only have ...

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Weekly Podcast Returns!


** CLICK HERE FOR BIB43 LIVESTREAM ** Set your alarms because after a quiet off-season it’s time to get back to our weekly video podcasts! BIB43 will be LIVE on Sunday March 3rd at 9pm ...

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Echoes From 527: Catching Questions


Spring Training is upon us. Between the months of February and April, teams flock south in order to ready themselves for the rigors of the upcoming 162 game season. Arms are stretched out, bat speed ...

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Podcast Sponsor: Andjak Ltd.


Back in Blue is very proud to announce that we have a returning sponsor for the 2013 season! Andjak Ltd. – an Alberta based metal roofing and wall cladding company – has confirmed they are ...

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Echoes From 527: Class Of 2013


With warnings of snow squalls and frigid weather heading towards Southern Ontario, Baseball fans were treated to a taste of summer Thursday morning as the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame announced its induction class for ...

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BIB Blog: State of the Franchise (Sunshine and Lollipops)


The 100 Level of the Skydome concourse was buzzing last night as Blue Jays Season Ticket Holders and a select group of bloggers attended the teams annual State of the Franchise event. Along with Brad, ...

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Retro Jays Cards: Mystery of the Singing Relief Pitcher


Let’s solve a little mystery. It revolves around this 1984 Fleer card of Roy Lee Jackson, with his arms awkwardly clasped behind his back, apparently singing the national anthem. But maybe we should back up ...

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