Blue Jays 2017 season summary

(By: Stephanie Liu) The Blue Jays were faced with an unexpected turn of events this season. After making it to the ALCS in the previous two seasons, the Blue Jays won’t be a part of this year’s postseason. From having players named to the disabled list week after week, to making miraculous comebacks in ninth innings, this season was still one to remember. The Jays … Continue reading Blue Jays 2017 season summary

Poetic justice for Blue Jays against Odor

(By: Nicholas Baxter) It was Thanksgiving Sunday and I had just come home to see my family for the first time since moving to downtown Toronto in September. What could possibly be a better way to watch the Toronto Blue Jays potentially sweep the Texas Rangers at home?—I guess the only better setting could have been at the actual game. The Blue Jays were coming … Continue reading Poetic justice for Blue Jays against Odor

Bird’s Nest returns to Toronto City Hall

(By: Kate Skelly) Hundreds of fans gathered at Nathan Phillips Square Tuesday night to watch what turned out to be a tight wild-card game between the Toronto Blue Jays and the Baltimore Orioles. With Edwin Encarnacion at the plate, the Jays won 5-2 with a three-run home run in the bottom of the 11th inning. The Jays advance to the playoffs and will play the … Continue reading Bird’s Nest returns to Toronto City Hall