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Today's POTD features Scott Downs, who has pitched for four Canadian teams in his professional career.

Scott Downs throws a pitch against his future employers, the Los Angeles Angels, at the Dome April 18.

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The POTD captures three players who briefly passed through Baseball North in 2010.

Jeremy Reed prepares for his first at-bat in a Jays uniform against the Chicago White Sox April 14 at the Dome.
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The POTD shines the spotlight on the Mississauga native's first win in a Toronto uniform.

Shawn Hill takes to the bullpen mound prior to his September 23 start against Seattle at the Dome.
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Today, we look at the two players who wore #30 for the Toronto Blue Jays in 2010.  No matter what a couple of the pictures tell you, they really did wear Justin Speier's former digits!  Seriously!  It's not a lie and I know it's the truth!  ;D

Lefty Dana Eveland fires away against the Chicago White Sox at the Dome April 15.
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The POTD pays tribute to the three-time All-Star and Gold Glove Winner.

Vernon Wells featured on JaysVision during the pre-game introductions.

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After a five year stay in Toronto, Lyle Overbay is heading back to the National League after inking a one year deal with the Pittsburgh Pirates last month.

Overbay gets ready for action against the Orioles on 80's Night at the Dome July 26th.
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The Cincinnati Reds have signed former Jays outfielder Fred Lewis to a one-year deal worth $900,000 according to  He joins World Series MVP Edgar Renteria as the veteran shortstop also signed on with the Reds.

Fred Lewis takes off his gloves as he prepares to take to the field against the Los Angeles Angels at the Dome April 18th.

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Here's the final POTD for 2010 from my end.  I had never seen the Jays live on the road until the missus and I made a trip to Cleveland to catch the noon hour finale of a mid-week three game series at Progressive Energy Field.  It was her idea to go and I wasn't about to argue!  However, the Jays would be in tough as they had to face Indians ace Fausto Carmona, a big obstacle standing in the way of a series sweep.

Jose Molina got the start behind the plate as he catches a warm-up toss from starter Brandon Morrow in the Jays bullpen.  This picture was the first time I realized there was a small number 8 on his catcher's mask.  Molina would contribute to the Jays offense with an RBI single and a walk.
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The POTD turns back the clock to the rubber match in Minnesota's lone visit to Toronto in 2010.

Lefty Brett Cecil sets the tone with seven innings of one-run ball against the Twins.

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In what could be categorized as Alex Anthopoulos' most controversial move since taking over the team's general manager, righty Shaun Marcum was dealt to Milwaukee in exchange for the Brewers top prospect, Canadian infielder Brett Lawrie.  Here's a look back on number 28 in his final season with Toronto.

Shaun Marcum shown on JaysVision prior to his June 20th start versus the San Francisco Giants.

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