Toronto Mayor John Tory went on camera to talk some good-natured shit about Kansas City and the Royals, and then he dumped a giant bucket of mayonnaise on one of the coolest moments in baseball history.
Fan-shot videos of awesome sports moments are always a good time, particularly the morning after the game, when all you want to do is ignore work and relive what you witnessed as many times as possible. With that in mind, here are bunch of videos of Jose Bautista’s game-winning homer, shot by Blue Jays fans.
You knew it was coming. As soon as Jose Bautista flipped his bat halfway to China like he was the baddest man alive—because he had just hit a three-run homer and because he WAS the baddest man alive—you knew the Rangers would have some takes.
Holy shit, man! An inning after one of the wildest moments in playoff history put his team down 3-2, Blue Jays outfielder Jose Bautista came up and crushed a big-ass motherfuckin’ three-run homer. He then unleashed the greatest bat flip I have ever seen.
Jose Bautista spent a month earlier this season playing DH because his shoulder hurt so badly that he couldn’t throw. After tonight, it’s safe to say Bautista is fully recovered.
The Toronto Star reports that Jose Bautista has ended his three-month boycott against Sportsnet. Bautista was boycotting the network for forcing his rookie teammate to pay for a $900 suit. Bautista said the issue was resolved, but wouldn’t say how. [Toronto Star]http://deadspin.com/jose-bautista-...
The Toronto Star reports, and Jose Bautista confirms, that the Blue Jays slugger has been boycotting Sportsnet since the broadcaster forced rookie Devon Travis to pay for a suit he purchased as part of a “makeover” segment aired three months ago.
Manchester City are in Toronto right now on a postseason panhandling tour, and they took some time to try their hands at some of those whacky American sports. Three of them joined up with “baseball legend” (??) José Bautista to take some cuts in the batting cage. Most came off fine enough, except for the scaredy-cat,…
The season isn’t even a month old, and Jose Bautista has already issued a season’s worth of ownage to the Baltimore Orioles. Last week, he hit a homer right after being thrown at by Darren O’Day, and exacted revenge for a two-year-old slight in the process. Last night was more of the same, with Bautista mushing Jason…
After Orioles reliever Darren O’Day threw behind Jose Bautista Sunday, the Blue Jays outfielder slapped a two-run home run as Toronto won, 10-7. Bautista started his trot by skipping for a few seconds. Though it was enjoyable enough without context, there was meaning behind it.
Edwin Encarnacion homered to left to put the Blue Jays up 5-0 in the third. One Yankees fan—really not far from the field—attempted to show her disdain for the ball by tossing it back. It went poorly:
Toronto Sun sports columnist Steve Simmons is known as a bit of a curmudgeon and a troll in the world of Canadian sports media, so a lot of people will be happy to learn that he got his ass handed to him by Blue Jays star Jose Bautista on Twitter today.
If you go over the wall to make the catch, you're automatically in the discussion for catch of the year. J.B. Shuck did exactly that to rob Jose Bautista of a homer on this incredible catch last night.
The Blue Jays were so far south of their preseason projections that even after a 10-game winning streak they're still the most disappointing team in baseball this season. But! After a wild 11-day charge, they've gone from 12 games back in the AL East to 6.5 back. They're now above .500 for the first time since last…
The Blue Jays' season continues to be a rocky one.
Toronto Blue Jays outfielder and feared power hitter Jose Bautista did a Reddit AMA as part of a marketing campaign for some baseball video game earlier today that was, for the most part, thoroughly unremarkable.
At a banquet in the Dominican Republic last week, Bautista said he had undergone 16 PED tests in the past two seasons—since his power binge began. Yahoo's Jeff Passan reports today that this isn't strictly true, and the actual number is "not even in the ballpark" of 16.
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