Chris Colabello

Toronto Blue Jays #15 - First Base

  • Born: 10/24/83
  • Age: 37
  • Height: 6'4"
  • Weight: 210
  • Bats/Throws: R/R

Top 60 All-Time Greatest Blue Jays: #45 Marco Estrada

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Marco Rene Estrada | SP | 2015-2018 Marco Estrada was born July 5, 1983, in Sonora, Mexico. He was a 6th round draft choice of the Washington Nationals in 2005 (the first year after the MLB moved...

Worst All-Time Twins Tournament, Park Round, Day 2: No mess, no stress

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A nice relaxing day of baseball, unless you’re losing.

Happy Birthday Justin Smoak

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Justin Smoak turns 34 today. Justin was the Rangers’ first-round pick in the 2008 draft, number 11 overall. He made it to the majors in 2010 and played 70 games for the Rangers before being traded...

Worst All-Time Twins Tournament, Morrison Round, Day 2: Going down like a ballooning lead

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Additionally: it ain’t no lie, By, By, By; and Glen Perkins uses a Time-Turner.

Worst All-Time Twins Tournament, Morrison Round, Day 1: To err is human

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Or in this case, to err is in the programming of computer software meant to represent a human.

Happy Birthday Chris Colabello

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Chris Colabello turns 37 today. The Blue Jays picked up Chris off waivers from the Twins before the 2015 season. In two seasons with the Twins, he hit .214/.284/.364, with 13 home runs in 114...

Happy Birthday Jose Bautista

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And J.A. Happ and Rajai Davis

Today in Blue Jays History: Tulo Homers

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Five Years Ago Today We were down 2-0 in the best of five series ALDS against the Rangers. It was win or go home. And we got the win. We won 5-1, but until Troy Tulowitzki homered in the sixth...

10 fantasy baseball thoughts from MLB Week 7

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Say something I'm giving up on you.

Today in Blue Jays history: Jays comeback from down 8-1 against Red Sox

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Five years ago today: The Blue Jays made a rather fantastic comeback to beat the Red Sox in Boston. It would be our 9th win in a row. We would go on to sweep the Red Sox, running our winning streak...

The All-Awful Team

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A look back at the many lessons in futility over the past decade.

Do the Rockies need a “swing king?”

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A new book chronicles a hitting revolution