Posts Filed Under: Blue Jays
Full Count, a new book by veteran sports journalist Jeff Blair, tells the story of the Blue Jays' decline in the 20 years after the team's World Series wins.
Each week, Torontoist examines the upcoming TV listings and makes note of programs that are entertaining, informative, and of quality. Or, alternately, none of those. The result: Televisualist.
In 1977 the team got together for the very first time.
While today's Blue Jays fans dream of World Series glory, in 1980 they could only hope to lose fewer than 100 games.
Today: check out the launch of Grade A Publication, jazz singer Beverly Taft performs a few sets of music, watch Brandon Morrow's famous 17-strike out performance, and The Next Stage Festival continues.
Nominated for: homophobic slurs and frustrating non-apologies.
Nominated for: checking out even before he left the team.
Tough time on the field, and in the stands.
The team prepares for its Rogers Centre opener—and a season filled with uncertainty.
In today's UP: Easter festivities at the Toronto Zoo for the kids, the Blue Jays play for everyone (with tickets), Dev at the Mod Club for all ages, and the Spring Fever Festival for the adult crowd.
After two full years when winning didn't matter, the Jays' young GM may find himself testing the limits of fans' patience in 2012.
Is the team adopting a variant of its classic logo?