2019 Toronto Blue Jays

September 8, 2019 by  
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Who cares if the Blue Jays might lose 100 games?  Toronto is a magnificent city that all lovers of the game should visit.  Ed Kasputis interviews Tom Dakers from bluebirdbanter.com about his City and the future of the Jays.

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2018 Toronto Blue Jays

September 23, 2018 by  
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We complete our Season 9 survey of all MLB teams with the Toronto Blue Jays. O Canada, the Jays ain’t what they used to be as Ed Kasputis interviews Tom Dakers from bluebirdbanter.com.

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2017 Toronto Blue Jays

June 25, 2017 by  
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We celebrate Canada Day as Ed Kasputis interviews Tom Dakers from bluebirdbanter.com.  Can the Jays recover from their horrible start and regain their glory in the AL East?

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2017 Minicast – Exporing Toronto

June 22, 2017 by  
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Ed Kasputis interviews Justine Palinska from Tourism Toronto about the city she loves.

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2016 Minicast – Exploring Toronto

July 6, 2016 by  
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Episode 212 - Exploring Toronto

Ed Kasputis interviews Justine Palinska from Tourism Toronto about the city she loves.

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First Place Toronto Blue Jays

June 26, 2014 by  
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Episode 267 - Toronto Blue Jays

The Jays are in first.  Need we say more as Ed Kasputis interviews Tom Dakers from bluebirdbanter.com and Mr. Sports Travel aka Joe Connor about Canada’s largest city.

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2014 Minicast – Exploring Toronto

June 23, 2014 by  
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Episode 212 - Exploring Toronto

Ed Kasputis interviews Justine Palinska from Tourism Toronto about the city she loves.

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Minicast – Exploring Toronto

July 29, 2013 by  
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Episode 212 - Exploring Toronto

Ed Kasputis interviews Justine Palinska from Tourism Toronto about the city she loves.

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April 7, 1977

August 11, 2010 by  
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First Blue Jay Game

On April 7, 1977 the Toronto Blue Jays played their first game at Exhibition Stadium against the Chicago White Sox.  The video below will attest that Toronto needed a dome stadium.  Five years later after the 1982 Grey Cup, momentum for building a dome stadium took root after miserable weather dimmed the Grey Cup game.

Construction started on October 3, 1986 and the SkyDome opened on June 3, 1989.  In 2005, the SkyDome’s name was changed to Rogers Centre.  Ed, Farley and Mark will be reviewing this great multi-purpose stadium during our podcast featuring the Toronto Blue Jays.  This podcast will be released on Friday, August 13th.

Opening Day – April 7, 1977, Exhibition Stadium