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Munenori Kawasaki is not a slugger (.324 this season). Munenori Kawasaki is not a base stealer (0 this season). Munenori Kawasaki is not a prospect (33 years old this season). But he is a hell of an interview.
Welp, it looks like my second post in a row is going to be about MLB debuts. As impressive as Oscar Tavares’ bomb of a homerun was, Blue Jays pitching prospect Marcus Stroman made my jaw drop to the floor this afternoon with a nasty slurve.
I’m not sure why reporters ever interview any people from America.
On Saturday, the Blue Jays and Red Sox played at Fenway Park. In the sixth inning, Toronto’s Jose Bautista hit a home run to put the Jays up 2-0. Colby Rasmus decided to celebrate in the dugout the best way that he knows how. Enjoy watching this GIF all day long.
Blue Jays Say There’s A Good Reason They Were The Only MLB Team Not To Wear Camo Caps On Memorial Day
Major League Baseball made a mistake? I find this hard to believe. Too bad there wasn’t instant replay to consult down at the factory, because the special Memorial Day camouflage caps made for all MLB teams had a U.S.-patterned camouflage pattern. Canadian Armed Forces camouflage is significantly different, so what were the Toronto Blue Jays supposed to wear?
Hunter Pence’s bat went whistling into the stands on Tuesday night, but never fear — this is Canada, where wood is nothing to fear. This Blue Jays’ fan simply stood up and snagged it out of the air, then holding it up like a trophy. By now it’s a coat rack in his house.
Blue Jays pitcher J.A. Happ was released from a Florida hospital today, less than 16 hours after being hit in the head with a line drive in a game against Tampa Bay on Tuesday. The team has placed him on the 15-day disabled list.
Blue Jays’ pitcher J.A. Happ was struck in the head with a line drive in the second inning of their game with the Rays on Tuesday. Happ raised his hand to wave at fans as he was being wheeled off the field in a stretcher, but his condition at this point is unknown.