I'm a little slow on this one -- the bad news has been out for a while that Pete Walker's season, and possibly his career, are over. Here's hopin' rehab goes well, Pete!
After John McDonald's grand slam the other night, I promised another Photo of the Day for him. And here it is -- John McDonald shaking the dirt out of his pants after sliding in to second base:
Here's Jays farmhand Chad Mottola during his recent stint in Toronto, filling in for Alex Rios:
Here's everyone's favourite sparkplug sliding into second base:
Okay, maybe the Fightin' Jays aren't invincible, but they laid down one hell of a beating on the Yankees yesterday, won three out of four games and the one they didn't win was awfully close. To celebrate the newfound optimism in many a Jays fan's heart this morning, I give you a massive team celebration photo:
On Sunday, Justin Speier came out to the mound from the bullpen, stopped at its edge and wrote something in the dirt. I hadn't seen him do it before, but that doesn't mean that he hasn't done it before:
Lyle Overbay does that Michael Jordan tongue thing when he's deep in concentration, as he is in today's photograph:
Great plays in the field; a hot bat; a good attitude despite being relegated to the role of a bench player. What else can Eric Hinske possibly do to silence the boos at Rogers Centre?
Maybe this photo of the day will help him:
Here's some Photo of the Day lovin' for the Jays' new everyday shortstop, John McDonald. Who can tell me what his entrance music is?
Yes, that's all I have to say. A.J. Burnett didn't get the win yesterday, but you should put him on your desktop anyways.