Prepare for the Mass Invasion
The Boson Red Sox and the Toronto Blue Jays are two clubs in the midst of an early season tailspin. With 4-6 records in the past ten games, both teams will be looking to get back on track tonight with the kickoff of a three game set at the Rogers Centre.
Send a mass-ege?
We could potentially see fireworks at some point this series since the last match-up between Boston and Toronto didn’t exactly end on the best of terms. Jonathan Papelbon hit Adam Lind, then Roy Halladay countered by plunking David Ortiz the very next game with a well-placed pitch square on his right elbow.
Since Josh Beckett is starting for the Bosox, that’s exactly the dick move I would expect him to do. Yet, with Dana Eveland on the mound, he would be the perfect candidate for a counter-strike. After all, what does Eveland have to lose?
JC in the House
Tonight, none other than Joe Carter will be throwing out the ceremonial first pitch. Although there is no autograph session or fan event planned, this will be the third year in a row I will attempt to get a glimpse of my childhood hero. Wish me luck!
Jays Care Broadcast Auction
This evening is also the Jays Care Foundation Annual Charity Broadcast Auction. Most of the items up for auction are pretty pricey, but the Fans Care Gift Pack is going for just $100. Not all that bad especially if you get a couple of friends to help out.
By donating $100 dollars to the Jays Care Foundation you receive a Cito Gaston and John McDonald bobblehead, a game used baseball, an autographed player photo, a World Series replica ring, and a few other collectibles.
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