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The pride of Maple Ridge, B.C., received enough votes to enter Cooperstown in his final year of eligibility.
The MLB franchise became the Washington Nationals in 2005.
Naturally, she was gifted sporty baby onesies.
Bautista made headlines with his iconic bat-flip.
Trump said players who kneel during the anthem are "sons of bitches."
“I called him a hypocrite because I thought it needed to be said.”
He plays catch whenever he can, dresses in a Blue Jays T-shirt every day of the year, and this year he made a triple-A baseball team. But the season opener is next week, and suddenly he is plagued with doubt.
Now, don't get me wrong. I love how sports have its own myths -- and baseball in particular has a slew of them. It's part of what makes sport great, and the storytelling so compelling. But this instance, with Bartman, is not one of those times. This man's life was ruined.
That Toronto Blue Jays fans can act like British football hooligans is bad enough, but this bad behaviour becomes far worse when fans resort to racism. Now maybe the Blue Jays didn't want to deal with their own racist fans just before they had to face off against a Cleveland team with a racist name and mascot. But now that the post-season is over for the Blue Jays, this needs to be addressed, and it needs to be addressed immediately.
Dear America, I write as a concerned neighbour but I'm not going to bum you out with more crap. Let's just say I'm worried