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Today's POTD deals with the second last home game of the 2011 season for the Blue Jays September 21.

Former Jay Vernon Wells on JaysVision during lineup introductions.

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Today's POTD looks back at the Surrey, B.C. native's best day as a hitter in the majors.
Adam Loewen on the Jays right field scoreboard during lineup introductions at the Dome September 11.
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Today's POTD looks at a Bauxite fan favourite and a couple of former Jays with St. Louis earlier this season.

Royals reliever Tim Collins shown on Crown Vision prior to his entrance to the mound against Oakland May 8.
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In the final installment of our minor league POTD for this week we will look at some hitters who have been playing well.

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Yesterday we looked at a couple of left handed pitchers, today it's the righties.

Tomorrow we will consider some hitters.

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With Henderson Alvarez being called up to start this week, here is a preview of what you will see on Friday.
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Now that the short-season minor leagues have passed their halfway mark I thought I should remind you, through photographs, of what these kids look like.  These pictures are from spring training in Dunedin.  Today I will focus on a couple of left handed pitchers.  Tomorrow it's three right handers and on Wednesday some hitters.

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Today's POTD provides a home and away look at the new center fielder for the Jays with his former club.

Colby Rasmus heads to the Cardinals dugout prior to a game against the Blue Jays June 24, 2010.  Adam Wainwright is in the background.
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Today's POTD salutes the return of Roy Halladay to Toronto, even if it was in the wrong uniform.  ;D

Roy Halladay heads to the outfield during Phillies batting practice on Canada Day.

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Today's POTD looks at the two Jays who were designated for assignment over the Canada Day weekend - Juan Rivera and Jayson Nix.

Jayson Nix on JaysVision after his first plate appearance at the Dome April 2.  The second one produced a home run against Francisco Liriano that lifted Kyle Drabek and the Jays to a 6-1 victory over Minnesota April 2.  He went 1-for-2 with two walks and had a .500/.750/2.000 batting line after the game.

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