Before we get into this blog, watch this video to get you primed for what we are hoping for this year.
One of the pressing concerns for John Gibbons coming out of Spring training is how he is going to position his line-up. For the first time in many years the opening day starters are pretty much set, just where they are going to fit into pitching/batting line ups still has to be determined.
One of the assumptions many are making is that R.A. Dickey will be Toronto’s number one guy and opening day starter. Looking at his track record I can’t blame those who make that assumption. He’s a 20 game winner, Cy Young winner from last year and has all the stats that has a pitcher automatically considered for the number one job.
But I don’t agree.
The Toronto Blue Jays have a unique crop of starting ...
Gregg Zaun, former Toronto Blue Jays Catcher and current pre-game and in game commentator for the Blue Jays on Sportsnet, chat's with Pete Dalliday and myself about World Series Parties, the current struggles of the Toronto Blue Jays, his love of Rush, and the Gregg Zaun Foundation fundraiser at The Gibson Guitar Showroom on November 23rd.
It was one of those shows you'll never forget.
Nearly a year and a half ago The Tragically Hip, along with Sam Roberts and The Trews, rocked 27000 people in a field in Bobcaygeon. It was a rainy, drizzly day, but people came from all over the world (literally) to see The Hip perform their iconic song Bobcaygeon in Bobcaygeon.
We were broadcasting live from the event that day. The Wolf was set up at a house that overlooked the field that the stage was set in. It was a cool vantage point of everything that was happening.
Now, during the days leading up to the show I remember hearing rumors that there was a film crew on site documenting the entire experience. I thought that it was a cool idea but never thought it would come to be.
Well, way to prove me wrong Tragically Hip.
The documentary ...