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The Guide to Blue Jays on Twitter

In 2010, there was an onset of Blue Jays players that entered the foray into social networking. Here's a guide to following your favourite Blue Jays on Twitter.

The Best Blue Jays Moustaches of All Time

There have been countless epic moustaches in Blue Jays franchise history. Here are the Top 20 that made the cut, so to speak.

The Best Moustaches in Baseball Part Three

It's the "Return of the Jedi" of baseball moustaches. Featuring epic moustaches from Dennis Lamp, Pete Vuckovich and Bill Buckner.

How the Bautista Appreciation Society Was Born

Back in July of 2009, the Bautista Appreciation Society (aka BAS) was born. This is an account of how this unheralded utility player grew to be blog hero.

An Audio and Visual Tribute to Bautista's 49 Home Runs

Jose Bautista rewrote the Blue Jays record books in 2010, and here is an audio and visual collection of those first 48 home runs.

Who is the Quintessential Blue Jay?

There are many players who have left their mark playing for the Toronto Blue Jays, but there can only be one quintessential Blue Jay. Find out who it is!

Meats Don't Clash

Ever wonder where Travis Snider's signature phrase stemmed from? It was an online Nacho review which I somehow unearthed one evening.

Buck Martinez and Pat Tabler as Shirt Twins

For about a week in July, it looked like Buck Martinez and Pat Tabler were shopping at the exact same department store. Maybe they lost their luggage on that road trip or something.

The Best Staches from the First Half of 2010
Taking a look at some of the best moustaches in baseball from the first half of the 2010 season. Featuring lip sweaters from Lyle Overbay, John Axford and Carl Pavano.

Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame Recap

A full summary with audio from the 2010 Induction Ceremony at the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame in St. Marys, Ontario. With audio from Roberto Alomar and Paul Quantrill.

The Best Moustaches in Baseball Part Two

It's the "Empire Strikes Back" of baseball moustaches. In this sequel, there are appearances by Keith Hernandez, Sal Fasano and Al Hrabosky.

A Year in Retrospect with Scott Richmond

In an exclusive interview with the Blue Jays own Scott Richmond, he reflects on his first full season in the major leagues as a member of the starting rotation.

Rob Ducey: The Cambridge Kid 

After a chance meeting at Applebee's, I decide to dig further into the legend of Rob Ducey and his humble beginnings from Cambridge, Ontario.

The All You Can Eat Guide to Gluttony

In this how-go guide, I put my health and pride on the line to provide tips on how to get the most bang for your buck at the "All You Can Eat" weekend at the Rogers Centre.
Scott Rolen's Top Ten Defensive Gems

Scott Rolen made a great impression on Blue Jays fans and the city of Toronto. We take a look at how he dazzled in the infield during his tenure in Toronto.

Know Thy Enemy: A Guide to the Boston Red Sox

It's always best to know what you're getting into, and thanks to Texy at the Red Sox blog "Out in Center Field", we discover what to expect from our AL East rivals.

Resolve Well and Persevere: The Scott Richmond Story

I had the opportunity to speak with Dr. Bob Richmond, father of Blue Jays starter Scott Richmond about his son's upbringing and long journey to the major leagues.

10 Questions with Tim from MLB Trade Rumors

Tim Dierkes of MLBTradeRumors.com answers ten questions about what to expect from the Toronto Blue Jays in 2009.

Rejected Blue Jays Giveaway Days

Before there were "Free Jays T-Shirt" to the first 10,000 fans, the Blue Jays marketing department came up with some other ideas for giveaways. These are the ones that didn't quite make the cut.

A Final Goodbye to A.J. Burnett

For those who had a difficult time letting go of A.J. Burnett, maybe watching this video I made will make the loss a little easier. Featuring Poison's "Every Rose Has Its Thorn".

The Best Moustaches in Baseball

I think the only sport that had more moustaches per capita was bowling. Take a look at some of the most famous staches in baseball.

2008 Blue Jays Year in Review

Listen to my 6 part audio review of the 2008 season for the Toronto Blue Jays. Featuring interviews with Mike Wilner from The Fan, and Tim Dierkes of MLBTradeRumors.com.

A Heckler's Guide to Slandering Alex Rodriguez

Alex Rodriguez is one of the most hated men at the Rogers Centre. Read this guide to heckling A-Rod to make the most out heckling one of the most recognizable faces in baseball.

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