An off day, but not off day of sorts in Jays land. Boston media gets Farrell Fever. Bobby V goes insane on the radio during an interview and Toronto alternates rolling their eyes and contemplating Clay Buchholz in the Jays Rotation.
On top of that, Yanks blow 10 game lead in early Sept. Good for them.
FARRELL AND JAYS LINKS
The Blue Jay Hunter: Would Farrell Fly the Blue Jays Nest?
Ian looks at the Farrell Fracas.
Blue Jays’ visit to Red Sox could trigger questions on John Farrell’s future | MLB | Sports | National Post
John Lott looks at Beantown's Farrell Madness.
Farrell twisting in the wind - The Globe and Mail
Jeff Blair adds his alleged two cents to the topic.
Blue Jays must be aggressive in off-season as show of good faith for fans: Griffin - thestar.com
Former PR guy looks to the Orioles as a positive role model? Really? DJF paints it blue but they are right that "One Run Pixie Dust" is not something to emulate. Seasons like this are fun, but often lead to more heartbreak in the future (see Loafs, Maple.)
Will Rajai Davis be back with the Blue Jays? - thestar.com
A look at Rajai as an option in LF.
Blue Jays minor-league pitcher Jose Brito gets 50-game ban for doping - The Globe and Mail
Brito, who tested positive for Stanozolol, is currently on the roster of the Dominican Summer League Blue Jays
Under-18 baseball world championships: Canada closer to gold with 10-6 win over Colombia - thestar.com
Go Canada GO!
Robbed! Girl keeps a stiff upper lip after grown man intercepts baseball from her grasp (Video) | Big League Stew - Yahoo! Sports
From the blog Big League Stew: They say a screencap is worth a thousand words. Well, actually, I don't know if they — whoever they are — actually say that, but it really holds true with this freeze frame above.
Aaron Cook’s Mohawk haircut: Let’s enjoy it, shall we? (Photo) | Big League Stew - Yahoo! Sports
From the blog Big League Stew: Aaron Cook of the Boston Red Sox got himself a Mohawk haircut, apparently sometime in August.
Giants' Sandoval, D'backs' McDonald Scuffle In San Francisco - Baseball Nation
Kung Fu Panda vs Lil' Johnnie Mac. Not much fighting though.
Baseball History September 7th - National Pastime - Baseball History
1994 In the second game of a doubleheader at Cincinnati, Cardinal outfielder Mark Whiten hits four home runs in one game helping to tie two established RBI records. With 12 RBIs in second game he equals the single game mark set by Jim Bottomley in 1924, and his opening game ribbie ties a 21-year old record established by Nate Colbert for the most RBIs (13) in a twin bill.