Shades of Spring in Fall: Toronto Blue Jays Finishing Strong

Posted: 30th September 2009 by Ian Hunter in MLB
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Do mine eyes deceive me, or are these the sameáToronto Blue Jays from earlier this year? For the second night in a row,áToronto's offense was firing on all cylinders and the starting pitching put forth a great effort to keep the team in the ballgame. And Adam Lind is a beast. If it wasnÆt for Jonathan PapelbonÆs plunking in the top of the ninth, Lind had a legitimate shot at hitting four home runs in one game. Good for you, Papelbon. You will now be remembered in my mind as a pitcher who refuses to let opposing players hit milestones while you are on the mound. Just remember that karma is a...well you know.áI hope it comes back to bite you in the playoffs.

Next, letÆs address Kevin Millar. Is it just me, or did he look like an entirely different player last night? He was confi ...

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