Roy Halladay made the most of his first post-season appearance. The former Toronto Blue Jay threw a no-hitter in game one of the NLDS, leading the Philadelphia Phillies to a 4-0 win over the Cincinatti Reds on Wednseday night.
Over the course of six months and 162 games, fans have patiently waited for the two words that separate Major League Baseball from all other sports during the fall season; October baseball.
Unlike the American League, National league teams are still immersed in division and wildcard battles.
In Monday night’s game, Halladay secured the top spot in the National League East for the Phillies with a two-hit shutout in an 8-0 win over the Nationals in Washington.
It’s Roy Halladay the sequel. Blue Jays fans will finally get a chance to see their former ace as part of a three-game set when the Philadelphia Phillies come to town on Canada Day weekend,…
[audio:http://torontoobserver.ca/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/Rod_Drabek_Podcast.mp3|titles=Rod_Drabek_Podcast] When Kyle Drabek takes to the mound on Wednesday night for his major league debut against the Baltimore Orioles, his lineage could give him a fast start to success. Drabek, the centre piece in…
After yet another disappointing season by the Toronto Blue Jays, Rogers Media president and CEO Tony Viner says the owners knew it was time for a change.
What started off like a second honeymoon looks to be crashing down to reality.
Randy Ruiz went four-for-six with two home runs and two RBIs as the visiting Toronto Blue Jays defeated the Boston Red Sox 12-0 on Wednesday night.
As the Toronto Blue Jays’ season comes to an end, fans are coming to grips with the possibility that Friday night’s win against the Seattle Mariners could be Roy Halladay’s last start in the home…