Brian Tallet

San Diego Padres #0 - Pitcher

  • Born: 09/21/77
  • Age: 44
  • Height: 6-6
  • Weight: 220

Top 60 All-Time Greatest Blue Jays: #60 Shaun Marcum


We have done this little exercise a few times over the years, each time changing the ranking method. I’m less interested in the exact order than in talking about the players. Especially in the back...

Happy Birthday Colby Rasmus


Colby Rasmus turns 34 today. It amazes me that he’s just 34. It seems like he should be older. Colby was a first round pick in 2005, 28th in all. We picked Ricky Romero 6th. Former Jay Cliff...

Today in Blue Jays History: J.P. Arencibia plays his first MLB game, homers twice


Ten Years Ago Today The Blue Jays beat the Rays 17-7. The Blue Jays hit 8 home runs in this game: 2 by Aaron Hill, 1 each from Adam Lind, Edwin Encarnacion, Jose Bautista, and Lyle Overbay. And, of...

Favourite Player: Middle Relief


Who was your favourite middle reliever

Happy Birthday Brett Cecil


Brett Cecil turns 34 today. Brett was a Blue Jays first-round pick in 2007 (38th overall), our second first-round pick. We got the pick for the loss of free agent Frank Catalanotto and would have...

Today in Blue Jays History: Doc Faces the Jays


Ten years ago, Roy Halladay pitched in a Blue Jays’ home game’ against the Blue Jays. It was his first start against the Jays. I was there. It comes with a bit of a back story. I had bought tickets...

The fascinating career of Edwin Jackson


The strange, twisty tale of the brief former Cardinal

Bests of the Decade


A decade’s worth of bests from the Cardinals.

Today in Blue Jays History: Travis/Gose Trade, Edwin claimed by Oakland


Today in Blue Jays history: Two Year Ago: Former Jays GM Alex Anthopoulos was hired for the GM job of the Braves. I said at the time that I might have a new favorite NL team but I also said: C...

Happy birthday Cecil Fielder, Danny Cox and Jeremy Jeffress


We have a few birthdays today. It is Prince Fielder’s daddy’s, Cecil 56th birthday today. I wonder if Prince is sending him a card? I’ve read that they aren’t exactly close, some troubles because...

The bullpen you begin with is not the bullpen you end with


Bullpens are incredibly fluid, and the Cardinals need to recognize who their best arms are right now, not who they were two months ago.