Recap: Blue Jays 9, Orioles 1; Blue Jays Fly Past Orioles Into First

This weekend series against the American League East divisional rivals Baltimore Orioles has brought with it the first sense of pennant race fever to Toronto this season. The Jays and Orioles were separated by half a game for first place coming into today’s action. It would be Jays killer Yovani Gallardo against lefty JA Happ, […]


Know Your Enemy: A Look at Blue Jay Haters Around the League

According to many people outside of Canada, the Blue Jays are not the most loved team in baseball. It’s starting to feel like every other week someone is spouting off, or throwing at, one of the Jays’ best players. I, like most Blue Jays fans, do not understand all of the hate. While I can […]

MLB: Toronto Blue Jays at Baltimore Orioles

Recap: Orioles 11, Blue Jays 6; Stroman Falters on Father’s Day

That wasn’t fun. Coming into today’s game, Chris Tillman had a 5.65 ERA against Toronto in 21 career starts. His inability to retire Blue Jays batters continued on Sunday as he allowed four runs in five innings pitched, but Baltimore was still able to get the victory thanks to Marcus Stroman pitching even worse than Tillman. He […]


Recap: Orioles 4, Blue Jays 2; Jays Streak Snapped, but it Means Nothing

The Toronto Blue Jays came into Sunday’s day game as winners of their last four straight. More intriguingly though, they also had the best outfielder in all of baseball (measured by TAv) in Michael Saunders. Technically tied with Mike Trout, Saunders currently has a .344 TAv. In the month of June, he has an isolated […]


Recap: Orioles 4, Blue Jays 3; 10 Innings Ends With A Thole Miss

The Blue Jays came up short in their first extra inning contest this year, despite ample opportunities to score. R.A Dickey took the hill tonight looking to extend the four game win streak against the Orioles’ Ubaldo Jimenez. The Blue Jays threatened early when Michael Saunders singled to center, and then went first to third […]

MLB: Toronto Blue Jays at Baltimore Orioles

Recap: Blue Jays 4, Orioles 3; Unconventional Bullpen Usage Leads to Blue Jays Victory

Just as soon as the game started, it seemed as if Camden Yards was booing Jose Bautista. Frankly, I had no idea this grudge was still held by the Baltimore Orioles’ fans. For the uninitiated, the abridged version: Jose Bautista is good at baseball, and the Orioles keep giving up home runs to him and […]