Tag Archives: Toronto Blue Jays

Passing Judgment: The Demise of Jose Reyes

Jose Reyes is one of the most exciting and electric players in all of baseball.  Being a Mets fan, I had the opportunity to watch him every day since he made his debut at 19-years old in 2003.  He came up with a lot of fanfare and certainly lived up to the hype as a […]

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Passing Judgment: R.A. Dickey’s flaccid knuckleball.

As a die-hard Mets fan, I thoroughly appreciated and admired R.A. Dickey’s accomplishments during his three years in New York.  I remember when it was announced that the Mets had signed Dickey to a minor league contract before the 2010 season.  I made fun of the transaction because I had remembered how brutal Dickey had […]

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On the Docket – June 19, 2012

Not guilty does not mean innocent After wasting a lot of taxpayers’ money, the U.S. Government was unable to prove that former MLB pitcher Roger Clemens perjured himself when he denied using performance enhancing drugs before Congress.  The jury acquitted him on all 21 counts in less than ten hours of deliberation.  The old saying is […]

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