Tag Archives: Toronto Blue Jays

Watching Two of the Best 22 year-old Hitters in Baseball This Season: One in the Major Leagues, Vladimir Guerrero, One in the Minor Leagues, D.J. Stewart

We have been in the right place at the right time this baseball season. We have been watching two of the most exciting 22 year-old players in baseball Vladimir Guerrero at the MLB level and D.J. Stewart at the minor … Continue reading

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Nothing Beats Grand Slams In The Last Inning For the Win

Friday night in the battle for Pinellas County MLB baseball supremacy, we were there for the dramatic 9-7, 12 inning win by the Tampa Bay Rays over our Toronto/Dunedin Blue Jays. It was a back and forth game with the … Continue reading

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Taking a Break From Watching the Phillies Minor League System to Take a Walk to See the Phillies Down the Street

We need a break from watching or listening to Phillies farm system games. We will get it by taking a short walk down the street to watch the Phillies. They will be playing three blocks from our home here in … Continue reading

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We Can’t Wait To Watch Phillies No.1 Draft Pick Pitcher Mick Abel Make His Phillies Minor League Debut!

Last night in Dunedin Fl, Baseball Betsy took the time to briefly talk to a former Phillies No.1 draft pick, Jesse Biddle, when he left the Atlanta Braves bullpen after the game against the Toronto Blue Jays. We will never … Continue reading

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The Blue Jays and Phillies: Two Teams Passing Each Other in the Night

We will have been fortunate to watch major league baseball in person this April and into May, three blocks from our home in Dunedin, Florida. It has been quite an experience from watching a long ball by the Angel’s Mike … Continue reading

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The Battery of Gerrit Cole and Kyle Higashiokga Helped by the Plate Umpire Were Too Much For the Blue Jays in the Yankees 3-1 Win In Dunedin Last Night

Watching major league ball games in our own neighborhood has been very interesting. Last night, we saw the very best, Gerrit Cole, retire the last Blue Jays 15 batters he faced. His designated catcher Kyle Higashiokga hit two homers to … Continue reading

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Mike Trout Was Worth the Price of Admission In His First MLB Game In Our Hometown of Dunedin Fla. He Just Missed Hitting For the Cycle

The first major league game ever to be played in Dunedin Fla. was one of the best games you could ever watch. It was played in The Los Angeles Angels defeated the Toronto Blue Jays in 11 innings, 7-5. The … Continue reading

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Going To A Major League Game In Our Hometown-That Counts

It’s been over seven years since we attended in person a major league game. Never have we been to a major league game in our hometown. Tonight that will all change when we will be two of 1,900 fans at … Continue reading

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Phillies Successfully Start Season With Only 9 Homegrown Players on Roster

One of the most exciting Phillies opening day games I can recall in my too many years of watching Phillies baseball took place yesterday. What was frustrating about the opening day for us was that only 9 of the 26 … Continue reading

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Our Final Phillies Game at Spring Training-We Liked What We Saw From Jose Alvarado, Johan Rojas and Nick Maton

The soon to be a major league ballpark, the remodeled TD Ballpark in Dunedin, is only blocks away from our home in Dunedin Fl. It was the site of our final 2021 game in Spring Training. We watched the starting … Continue reading

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