The Toronto Blue Jays Payroll 2013 and Contracts (Updated For MIA Trade Nov.13/2012)

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I played competitive baseball until 18 years old and had offers to play NCAA Division 1 University Baseball at Liberty University. Post-concussion symptoms from previous football and baseball head injuries forced me to retire by age 19. After two nearly made World Record Attempts in 2008, I set a New World Record by visiting all 30 MLB Parks (from 1st to last pitch) in only 24 Calendar Days in the summer 0f 2009. In April of 2012, I established yet another new GWR by visiting all 30 Parks in only 23 Calendar Days! You can see the full schedule at the page of the . In 2015, I will be watching at least one game in all 30 MLB Parks for the entire schedule, spanning about 215 - 220 games. Follow that at

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  1. Also, the Single A Vancouver TEAM (Jays Affiliate) just won their 2nd Straight NWL Title yesterday, so you are right about the talent coming in 3-4 years from now.

  2. Mr. Booth: Yes, of course you can use my work for an article! It would be an absolute honor! I would love to contribute to your site in anyway possible, whenever an opportunity presents itself! I’m a big fan.

    Your article on divisional realignment looks fantastic. I will get to reading it right away and provide some feedback.

    I’m a huge baseball fan who loves analyzing and writing about the greatest game in the world. I grew up in New Haven, Connecticut–which is pretty much the crossroads between the Yankee Empire and Red Sox Nation. My father is a Red Sox fan and my grandfather was a Yankees fan…you could imagine how functional our family functions were! I became a die hard Toronto Blue Jays fan and have been referred to by many a Torontonian as the Ambassador from South of the Border. I was born in 1987 and the Blue Jays were awesome. Joe Carter is my all time hero. I hardly met any fellow Blue Jays fans until my first trips to Toronto and my years in college when I lived about 25 minutes away from Dunedin, FL…where they host spring training.

    While going to college I lived 5 minutes away from Tropicana Field. During every home stand, you could find arriving 3 hours early to games to meet players, and then retreating to my my seats to utilize the Trop’s wi-fi and do my term papers. Living in Saint Petersburg, Florida was an amazing opportunity for a baseball enthusiast. There were 5+ teams who had spring training camps and Florida State League teams within 30 minutes of my apartment. It was great exposure to the game at a higher level and an opportunity to discuss baseball with advanced scouts, players, and front office personnel.

    I’ve been huge fan of the East Coast baseball for all 25 years of my life. When I was 18 years old an looking at colleges I only looked at school in Toronto, Boston, NYC, Baltimore and Tampa (Saint Petersburg area). Now that I’ve graduated, I moved to the eastern coast of Florida and live 10 minutes south of the Mets training camp and High-A affiliate. Combined with the Jupiter Hammerheads and the Marlins/Cardinals spring home I am doing my best to get my baseball “fix”.

    I’m a huge fan of your blog and would be honored if you spruced up my piece to be used!

    • send an email to the editor and founder Jonathan at mlbreports@gmail to explain what you would like to contribute to this site and mention the interaction we have had tonight. Thanks CB

  3. Do you have a twitter handle Alex?

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