Archive for the ‘Baseball’ Category

Here’s How to Watch the Blue Jays Online for Free

Friday, October 9th, 2015

Your Toronto Blue Jays are in the playoffs! If you don’t subscribe to a TV package that includes Sportsnet or Fox Sports 1 then you’ll have to look elsewhere for an online stream of Blue Jays playoff games. Where can a cord-cutter watch the baseball playoffs, other than at their local bar (yes, probably every bar in Toronto)? We’ve put together a list of sites that stream the Jays games online.

Sports Blog: Behind the Scenes of a “Real” Sports Blog

Sunday, April 15th, 2012

Yeah, yeah, the blog isn’t exactly the most updated or most informative piece of writing but what if you started a blog about your favourite Major League Baseball team — and then it got so big you could make a living at it? (more…)

Jay Onrait Ichiro Foul Ball Call on TSN

Tuesday, July 13th, 2010

In case you missed it, TSN’s Jay Onrait does a viral-worthy call for this foul ball that landed in right field next to Ichiro Suzuki. Ichiro bumps the young lady in the stands and apologizes to her — and then the freak out begins… which is where Onrait does his magic call. (more…)

OK OK Blue Jays Blue Jays

Saturday, April 3rd, 2010

Another baseball season is upon us and for us in Toronto that means the Blue Jays are back in town. Well, they will be after this upcoming week. (more…)

Ok Blue Jays!

Friday, August 14th, 2009

Found this the other day on torontomike’s blog during the first week of August, when many members of the 1992 and 1993 Toronto Blue Jays World Series championship teams came back to Toronto for some kind of reunion. Brings back some great memories back in the day when games at the Skydome (not the Rogers Centre!) was breaking all the baseball attendance records and everyone in Toronto was a huge baseball fan.

Do you remember where you were when Joe Carter hit that walk off home run to win the World Series? For me, I was in high school and a bunch of us were watching the game at a friend’s basement. Was a bit depressing at first because we were losing but when Carter hit the home run, we went crazy. Within minutes, we jumped into our cars and headed down Yonge Street, with apparently every other Torontonian.

When it was all said and done, I headed home at around 4am to my surprise a locked door! (I remember saying to my parents: “I don’t have my keys so please leave the back door open for me”). Ringing the doorbell got me nothing so I ended up getting the ladder out of the garage and climbing up to my brother’s bedroom window on the second floor. Scared the crap out of him as I knocked on the window but at least I woke him up and managed to finally get in the house! Lucky for me I didn’t end up getting shot or falling off the ladder and breaking my neck…good times.

What are some of your best memories of the ’92 and ’93 Jays?