The Blue Jays are down 13-3 as I start writing this, so I figured it would be the right time to get you to talk about your favourite comeback in Blue Jays’ history.
There have been some pretty good ones. The one in the headline photo of Pearce’s walk off grand slam on July 30 last year capped a comeback from a 10-4 9th inning deficit being the most recent.
But there have been others. On June 4, 1989 the Blue Jays were down 10-0 after 6 in Boston, eventually coming back to take the 11-10 lead in the top of the 9th, but couldn’t hold it. But they did pull out the win in the 12th. That was their biggest comeback in history, at least according to Blue Jay Hunter in 2014.
So go here and let us know what your favourite one was, where you were, and why it was so memorable.
And the comment section is closed for this one, so everyone keep an eye out for other people’s posts.
Last week Kumpel Tomek let us know about how he became a Blue Jays fan, and why he stuck around. Hopefully we can get more than just one.
Last week’s topic was actually Worst Trade in Jays History, and Siefert let us know about the terrible John Olerud for Robert Person trade.