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16Toronto Blue Jays Talk - Page 2 Empty Re: Toronto Blue Jays Talk on Tue Jun 09, 2009 2:26 pm

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I was in Toronto this weekend to catch two of their games against the Royals. I'd easily qualify as a Blue Jays fan, I still remember Carter's walk-off homerun.

17Toronto Blue Jays Talk - Page 2 Empty Re: Toronto Blue Jays Talk on Tue Jun 09, 2009 2:36 pm

SensFan71


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PKC wrote:I was in Toronto this weekend to catch two of their games against the Royals. I'd easily qualify as a Blue Jays fan, I still remember Carter's walk-off homerun.

I remember that homerun, I was 13 at the time however lol.

18Toronto Blue Jays Talk - Page 2 Empty Re: Toronto Blue Jays Talk on Tue Jun 09, 2009 2:59 pm

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SensFan71 wrote:
PKC wrote:I was in Toronto this weekend to catch two of their games against the Royals. I'd easily qualify as a Blue Jays fan, I still remember Carter's walk-off homerun.

I remember that homerun, I was 13 at the time however lol.
I was at a house party on Bronson Ave... which somehow got "sponsored' by Labatt... the whole evening is a bit hazy but I do remember the home run and then the whole place going bonkers...

19Toronto Blue Jays Talk - Page 2 Empty Re: Toronto Blue Jays Talk on Tue Jun 09, 2009 3:52 pm

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The Guy With The Mustache wrote:I'm going to watch a Tigers game this summer in Detroit, can't wait :^^^^:

BTW they have a Tigers forum in the redwingsonline.net forum I mentioned last week.


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20Toronto Blue Jays Talk - Page 2 Empty Re: Toronto Blue Jays Talk on Wed Jun 10, 2009 8:50 am

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The Jays shut down the Texas offense by blanking them 9 nothing.

Now riding a 3 game win streak and holding position by keeping pace with the Sox and Yankees all with 6 - 4 records over the last 10 things are starting to look up for TO. There's still much work to do with a 13 - 17 road record but it's nice to see them putting some wins together.

http://www.sportsnet.ca/baseball/2009/06/09/jays_rangers/


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21Toronto Blue Jays Talk - Page 2 Empty Re: Toronto Blue Jays Talk on Wed Jun 10, 2009 8:53 am

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Nice win last night - the bats were swinging well... hopefully they can catch up to the Sox and Yanks and sit on top again.

22Toronto Blue Jays Talk - Page 2 Empty Re: Toronto Blue Jays Talk on Wed Jun 10, 2009 9:08 am

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Nice win that Blue Jays, please catch the Yankees up, good win too for the Mets i believe over The Phillies. :___:

23Toronto Blue Jays Talk - Page 2 Empty Re: Toronto Blue Jays Talk on Wed Jun 10, 2009 9:19 am

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ferret wrote:Nice win that Blue Jays, please catch the Yankees up, good win too for the Mets i believe over The Phillies. :___:

Not a big Yankees fan eh? I suppose you either love'm or hate'm.

I hope the Jays can pull ahead and make the post season but I'm not holding my breath. We're stuck with the Yankees and Sox who almost always get in. The Jays have to hope for the Wild card this season I think. I'll keep hoping though.


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24Toronto Blue Jays Talk - Page 2 Empty Re: Toronto Blue Jays Talk on Wed Jun 10, 2009 11:25 am

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Cap'n Clutch wrote:The Jays shut down the Texas offense by blanking them 9 nothing.

Now riding a 3 game win streak and holding position by keeping pace with the Sox and Yankees all with 6 - 4 records over the last 10 things are starting to look up for TO. There's still much work to do with a 13 - 17 road record but it's nice to see them putting some wins together.

http://www.sportsnet.ca/baseball/2009/06/09/jays_rangers/

Didn't get to see much with the Heatley fiasco going on and Game 6, but Tallet was apparently excellent. Hill and Lind are franchise man! Ahhhhh!

25Toronto Blue Jays Talk - Page 2 Empty Re: Toronto Blue Jays Talk on Wed Jun 10, 2009 1:58 pm

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impressive game last night, hopefully the sox and yanks can split their series or at least play somewhat even, allowing the Jays to make up some ground until they play either of those teams.

26Toronto Blue Jays Talk - Page 2 Empty Re: Toronto Blue Jays Talk on Wed Jun 10, 2009 3:01 pm

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Love the jays (pretty much watch or listen to parts of every game).

Wells for Heatley?

27Toronto Blue Jays Talk - Page 2 Empty Re: Toronto Blue Jays Talk on Wed Jun 10, 2009 3:05 pm

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Underachieving bum for underachiever? We win that trade by getting rid of the bum.

28Toronto Blue Jays Talk - Page 2 Empty Re: Toronto Blue Jays Talk on Wed Jun 10, 2009 3:08 pm

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SpezDispenser wrote:Underachieving bum for underachiever? We win that trade by getting rid of the bum.

don't think Heatley would play for Gaston, Cito is a bit of a hard Donkey and I bet they would clash.

29Toronto Blue Jays Talk - Page 2 Empty Re: Toronto Blue Jays Talk on Fri Jun 12, 2009 1:50 pm

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Cap'n Clutch wrote:
ferret wrote:Nice win that Blue Jays, please catch the Yankees up, good win too for the Mets i believe over The Phillies. :___:

Not a big Yankees fan eh? I suppose you either love'm or hate'm.

I hope the Jays can pull ahead and make the post season but I'm not holding my breath. We're stuck with the Yankees and Sox who almost always get in. The Jays have to hope for the Wild card this season I think. I'll keep hoping though.

Nope i liken the Yankee's, to The Cowboys and Manchester United as the teams i most dislike. Smile

30Toronto Blue Jays Talk - Page 2 Empty Re: Toronto Blue Jays Talk on Fri Jun 12, 2009 5:34 pm

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I consider myself a die hard Jay's fan.... Hate the Yanks and Bo Sox

31Toronto Blue Jays Talk - Page 2 Empty Re: Toronto Blue Jays Talk on Mon Jul 13, 2009 1:20 pm

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It's really sad to see such a promising start slowly go down in flames. Are they even a .500 club anymore?


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32Toronto Blue Jays Talk - Page 2 Empty Re: Toronto Blue Jays Talk on Mon Jul 13, 2009 1:24 pm

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Cap'n Clutch wrote:It's really sad to see such a promising start slowly go down in flames. Are they even a .500 club anymore?

nope, the losses to the O's have dropped them below .500, only good thing is that Hill, Lind, and Halladay are still having great seasons.

Edit: only good team to watch in Toronto is the Raps, and that is if you like basketball. This could be one of the last years for Halladay is going to be traded, before it was unheard of, now Ricciardi is listening to offers, come this trade deadline or next, the Doc could be in different colours, hope its not the Yanks or Red Sox.



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33Toronto Blue Jays Talk - Page 2 Empty Re: Toronto Blue Jays Talk on Mon Jul 13, 2009 1:25 pm

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Crying

Boo hoo hoo.

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