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Doc Halladay’s Legacy Memorialized in Clearwater

CLEARWATER, FLA.—The legacy of baseball Hall of Fame pitcher Roy “Doc” Halladay continued to grow on Tuesday when a monument was dedicated in his memory at Jack Russell Memorial Stadium in Clearwater, Fl.      Halladay with a 203-105 pitching record and 3.38 era. and two Cy Young awards, passed away on November 7, 2017 after […]

Halladay Enshrined at the Jack

The City of Clearwater, Florida dedicated a new monument on Tuesday September 16th at 9 AM at Jack Russell Memorial Stadium honoring the late Roy “Doc” Halladay.  Halladay, a former Blue Jay and Phillie right-hander passed away on November 7, 2017 in a plane crash and was inducted posthumously into the Baseball Hall of Fame […]

Old vs. New

Old vs. New

This is what was proposed to the city and public on September 26, 2016.  The actual site is quite different including a large number of trees removed and a pond moved.

Blue Birds Eye View

Toronto Blue Jays executives won’t be enjoying the privacy they have enjoyed in the past when spring training opens in 2020.  You see fans will now be able to look into the second floor Blue Jay offices at Dunedin Stadium from the promenade that will circle the stadium as part of the new construction.  There […]

Buchholz Rehab Shuffles to Buffalo

On the 60-day DL since June 12th RHP Clay Buchholz, right shoulder inflammation, took another step to returning to the Toronto Blue Jays with four solid innings with Class-A Dunedin on Sunday.  Buchholz went four innings allowing one run on four hits while striking out seven and walking none.  Buchholz is 0-2 in five starts […]

Woods Richardson has good Outing

Acquired in the trade with the New York Mets for Marcus Stroman Simone Woods Richardson threw a good five innings on Sunday for the Class-A Dunedin Blue Jays against the Tampa Tarpons.  The 18-year old Richardson allowed  just one run on five hits while walking two and striking out three.

Bingo!

The parking lot of VFW Post 2550 across the street from Dunedin Stadium might seem normal on a game day but there hasn’t been a game at the stadium in four and a half months.  You see Wednesdays are bingo days at the post but on this Wednesday, August 14th the lot was not full […]

Is Beer Elementary in Dunedin?

Since February 11, 2019 one has not been able to view the construction going on at Dunedin Stadium at Grant Field.  Well if one holds a camera up at arms length with a movable viewing screen it appears that the site comes to life.  This photo shows construction of the new walk about path that […]

Borucki Rehab

In his second rehab start Ryan Borucki went four innings allowing one hit and striking out four facing the minimum number of hitters

Three Things You Never Knew About Baseball

Major League Baseball is one of the most popular sports in the USA – for many, it’s the national pastime. The top MLB stars command incredibly high salaries, and the money involved in each and every game is as astronomical as the interest from spectators all around the world. Every baseball fan knows the common […]