The Only MVP downs Team 12

By on November 20, 2015

Ted Drew-Smith was probably the hottest hitter at the Blue Jays Fantasy Camp.  Hitting a home run to put his team into the semi finals on Wednesday and another in the finals Thursday Drew Smith is shown here adding insurance with an RBI single   His team the “The Only MVP” named after their manager George Bell beat the “Team 12” squad coached by Robbie Alomar 6-3 at Florida Auto Exchange Stadium on Thursday afternoon.  Residing in Cambridge, Ont. Drew-Smith played his college ball at Northwood University in Midland, Mich.

Ted Drew-Smith

EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO

EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO

Fantasy Campers get nick names from the new teammates and Toronto’s Joe Handler was no exception.  Because of his long gray hair and the fact he carry’s a guitar on the team bus he became Jerry Garcia to his teammates.  Outside of playing the infield he has also been known to catch an inning or two.

Joe Handler AKA Jerry Garcia

EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO

EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO

Katryne Mann, AKA “Kat” held her own during the Blue Jays Fantasy Camp, shown here getting a single during Thursday’s game.  Attending camp with her father Eddie, Kat played effortlessly in the outfield and looked at home when at bat.

Katryne Mann, AKA “Kat”

EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO

EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO

The Only MVP

2015 CHAMPIONS (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

2015 CHAMPIONS (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

 

Martin England from Kitchner, Ontario uses Camera in Outfield to Track His Play (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

Martin England from Kitchner, Ontario uses Camera in Outfield to Track His Play (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

 

Sometimes a fantasy camper might need an advantage like Martin England did during the Blue Jays camp. Here England uses a third eye/camera attached to his batting helmet which unfortunately didn't help here, he struck out. (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

Sometimes a fantasy camper might need an advantage like Martin England did during the Blue Jays camp. Here England uses a third eye/camera attached to his batting helmet which unfortunately didn’t help here, he struck out. (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

 

Former Blue Jay great George Bell has his team's Mojo working on Thursday like he had all the Fantasy Camp. The photo here shows one of George's team unearthing a hula doll buried prior to the game behind second base for good luck. Bell and his assistant Tanyon Sturtze both appeared to have their Mojo working in the coaches boxes for the champs. (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

Former Blue Jay great George Bell has his team’s Mojo working on Thursday like he had all the Fantasy Camp. The photo here shows one of George’s team unearthing a hula doll buried prior to the game behind second base for good luck. Bell and his assistant Tanyon Sturtze both appeared to have their Mojo working in the coaches boxes for the champs. (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

 

 

 

 

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