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Episode 16 of Blue Jays Mic, which means another casual, nerve-wracking play-by-play of our Toronto Blue Jays. If you’re new to the podcast, my goal is to help you relive the 9th inning from a fan’s perspective and sleep better. Enjoy the ballgame: The 9th inning is over, and now it’s the bottom of the 13th.
Columbus was eventually going to win a playoff game in regulation. The joke is over — and it sucks because they’re a franchise that deserves to be laughed at, but there’s no doubt they’ll give us something else soon enough.
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R1G4 RECAP: Live to die another day
Two morning games at the Complex Tuesday. Clearwater and Lakewood faced the Blue Jays Single A teams at 10:00 AM. Lehigh Valley, Reading, and the short-season group took the long bus ride to Dunedin.I focused on the Lakewood game while Clearwater beat the Dunedin Jays 9-4. Randolph and Jan Hernandez cracked home runs in the … Continue reading 2017 Spring Training, 3/28 →
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2017 Spring Training, 3/28
The Phillies went 2-3-1 last week. After thirty games, the Phillies have an 11-15-4 Grapefruit League record. The Phillies play 6 games this week – night games Monday and Tuesday against the Blue Jays in Dunedin and at home, two split squad games on the road Wednesday, and home games Thursday and Friday. The last three weeks … Continue reading Open Discussion: Week of March 27th →
Open Discussion: Week of March 27th
Minnesota Wild (41-14-6) 88pts 1st in the Central 3.38 Goals For Per Game (2nd in the NHL) 2.38 Goals Against Per Game (4th in the NHL) 22.6% Power Play (3rd in the NHL) 83.6% Penalty Kill (8th in the NHL) Top 5 Scorers : 1. #64 Mikael Granlund ~ 21G 38A = 59pts 2. #9 Mikko Koivu ~ 17G 31A = 49pts 3.
We dropped the first part of this article series last week and we went through 10-6 on the TSN Trade Bait list . We now move onto 5-1 and see how likely these players are to land with the Blue Jackets. The Jackets are approaching the final stretch of the regular season and can use all the help they can get as they hope to be a contender.
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Evaluating the trade market for the Blue Jackets, Part Two
It was a match up of two teams looking to rebound from a loss when the puck dropped at Nationwide Arena Saturday. Carolina was coming off a 7-1 drubbing at the hands of the Penguins, and Columbus wanted to redeem a sound effort versus Ottawa before they head out on the road for two weeks, even with a jumbled defensive corps that was without Markus Nutivaara and David Savard. A strong first period had Blue Jackets fans giddy, with goals from Markus Hannikainen and Scott Hartnell, before a desolate second had the home team in a proverbial shot desert where they allowed Carolina to come back to evens.
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The Aftermath Game #45: Carolina @ Columbus
In the movie Unbreakable , Samuel L. Jackson plays a character whose bones break easily. Bruce Willis plays his opposite, a character who not only is the only survivor in a train wreck but who walks away from the accident unscathed
We as human beings are inherently selfish, we don’t like being called out when we are wrong and it is tough to take criticism. I, myself, am an editor for this site and when someone points out my poor grammar or a mistake in my writing, it can irk me.