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Ex-Blue Jays: Whatever happened to . . . Scott Brow

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By Kevin Glew Cooperstowners in Canada As Scott Brow peered in at Kansas City Royals legend and three-time batting champion George Brett in the first inning of his major league debut, he remembered his game plan. The studious Toronto Blue Jays right-hander, who had already recorded two quick outs, had been asked by a media... Continue Reading →

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Cooperstowners in Canada: Robin Yount

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Long-time Milwaukee Brewer Paul Molitor became a fan favorite in Toronto after Blue Jays general manager Pat Gillick signed him to a three-year deal prior to the 1993 season. What most Blue Jays fans might not know is that Molitor wasn't the first Hall of Fame Brewer that Gillick had targeted. I recently discovered an... Continue Reading →

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Some trivia about Canadian Blue Jays for Canada Day

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The Toronto Blue Jays are going all out to celebrate Canada’s birthday on Sunday. Players will don special red jerseys, there will be a street festival outside the Rogers Centre and the club will honour armed forces members and Olympians. This patriotic fervor makes me think of all of the Canadian players that have suited... Continue Reading →

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Kellogg looks to be first Canadian taken in MLB Draft

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Courtesy of Adam Morrissette – Baseball Canada (www.baseball.ca) OTTAWA - Ryan Kellogg plans on being at home with his parents when his name is likely to be called early Tuesday afternoon in Major League Baseball’s annual First-Year Player Draft. “I think I’m going to stay home from school on Tuesday and follow the draft online,”... Continue Reading →

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