Posts Tagged ‘Toronto Blue Jays’

He’s Fired

DUNEDIN, Fla.–Former Blue Jays security guard Michael Hanley (pictured) was fired by Blue Jays security staff Monday night April 12th after crossing the street (Douglas Ave.) in Dunedin from TD Ballpark and threatening residents.  Deputies from the Pinellas County Sheriffs office tried on numerous occasions to calm Hanley down but he kept his actions up.  […]

A no Earned Run Loss

One year ago on this day the Pirates and Blue Jays played as well but then it would be the last spring game of 2020 and the season was cancelled, you know, due to the situation. After Buccos starter Chase DeJong cruised through the first three Jays hitters for a 1-2-3 inning this afternoon, Pirates […]

Champion Flag Flying

As all Blue Jays players leave their new expanded player development complex they now view this flag under the American flag.  The flag represents the 2020 American League Champion Tampa Bay Rays.  It is proudly flying on a resident’s property. Something to remember eh?

In Spring we have Ties

It’s a good barometer that it’s a practice game when thirty-eight position players and seventeen pitchers play to a 5-5 tie. Our Eddie Michels was there to take some awesome shots. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E TOR 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 0 0 5 7 […]

Canadian Dasan Pro Debut with GCL Jays

Lakeland, Fla.–Canadian Dasan Brown connected on the fifth pitch he saw during his first professional at bat for a triple to left center during the GCL Blue Jays at Tigers West squad game in Lakeland.     Brown of Oakville, Ontario was taken in the third round by the Toronto Blue Jays, 88th overall and was […]

Rain washes Dasan Brown Debut

UPDATED: DUNEDIN, FLA.–The Toronto Blue Jays third pick, 88th overall in the June 2019 Draft and the first Canadian Dasan Brown professional debut has been pushed back to Friday July 26th.     The delay was caused by rain in Dunedin, Fl. on Wednesday and with the GCL Blue Jays being off on Thursday Brown will […]

An Osprey’s Nest: Changes in Dunedin

The complex, given to the residents of Dunedin, Fl. by the Louis A. Vanech Foundation will soon be no more.  The area with two parking lots, a children’s playground, two dog parks and three slow-pitch softball fields was given to the Toronto Blue Jays by the city’s mayor and commissioners.  The Blue Jays will be […]

O’Halloran in Orlando

  Connor O’Halloran, son of former Blue Jays farmhand Greg O’Halloran, threw three scoreless innings on Thursday for the U18 Canadian National Junior team.  The young Canadians were playing the Instructional squad of prospects of the Atlanta Braves at Disney World in Orlando, Florida.  

Displacing the Kids?

City of Dunedin workers  look over the children’s play area at the Louis A. Vanech Complex in Dunedin that will be displaced by the Toronto Blue Jays expansion.  The city employees didn’t know where the play area would be moved.  The Blue Jays expansion of the leased Englebert Complex will mean the city will lose […]

Improper Disposal

This pile of old tables, fence padding and other assorted materials used by the Toronto Blue Jays at the Englebert Complex just get thrown over the fence when no longer useful.  This pile is located between the complex itself and the protected wetlands that were damaged over a year and a half ago by the […]