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  • Defense Counts!
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    Originally posted by MarinersOrJays View Post
    Lamp (11-0)?
    Yep. Did you remember, or did you have to look it up?

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  • MarinersOrJays
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    Lamp (11-0)?

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  • Defense Counts!
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    Love this thread! I actually know many of the answers without looking them up.

    Which Blue Jay reliever holds the ML record for most wins in a season without a loss?

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  • Richmond Hill Phoenix
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    Originally posted by cdn_ball View Post
    RH Phoenix... Moo U = Guelph?
    Bingo. With the wind coming in strong from the west, most of the campus smells like manure.

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  • cdn_ball
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    Dave Lemanchuck? Or however you spell his last name. Maybe? He's the only pitcher I know from the 77 roster so I thought I would take a shot.
    RH Phoenix... Moo U = Guelph?

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  • Richmond Hill Phoenix
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    Now that the Halladay hype is over, I've been reading old threads. Gotta do something to keep busy for the next 49 days...

    I thought some of our newer members might enjoy this thread from a while ago. There's still a question waiting to be answered.

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  • gojays
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    Originally posted by robby View Post
    First and only double header was against the California Angels. The Jays were still housed in Exhibition Stadium for the first half of the 1989 season, and on May 7, had a game with the Angels rained out.

    The Angels weren't scheduled for a return trip to Toronto until after the festive, early-June opening of the SkyDome. So the clubs played a makeup doubleheader on July 17, which the Blue Jays swept.

    I remember seeing Jim Abbott below me warming up in bull pen. Pretty amazing individual.

    Go Jays, I know Bill Singer got the Save,
    I should know the Starting Pitcher
    Sorry, robby, but Bill Singer actually started the game, and was pulled before getting the win.

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  • robby
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    First and only double header was against the California Angels. The Jays were still housed in Exhibition Stadium for the first half of the 1989 season, and on May 7, had a game with the Angels rained out.

    The Angels weren't scheduled for a return trip to Toronto until after the festive, early-June opening of the SkyDome. So the clubs played a makeup doubleheader on July 17, which the Blue Jays swept.

    I remember seeing Jim Abbott below me warming up in bull pen. Pretty amazing individual.

    Go Jays, I know Bill Singer got the Save,
    I should know the Starting Pitcher

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  • gojays
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    In the first ever Blue Jays game, what Jay pitcher picked up the win?
    Bonus: Name the two other pitchers who got the loss and the save.
    Last edited by gojays; 02-11-2008, 05:01 PM.

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  • Big_Mac
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    i think i can remember now, was it cleveland? if not, you got me

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  • robby
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    not the Tigers or Brewers. Are we ready for the answer of the first and I think only Double Header at the SkyDome?

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  • Richmond Hill Phoenix
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    First game at SkyDome: June 5th 1989 vs/ Milwaukee Brewers.

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  • aqib
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    I think it was June, say the 3rd? I am going to guess Detroit was the opponent.

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  • robby
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    Thanks for the welcome Big Mac, good to be amongst fellow Blue Jay fans. It isn't the White Sox.

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  • Big_Mac
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    Originally posted by robby View Post
    I was at this game, who did the Jays play at the only double header at the skydome?
    robby, first off, welcome to the boards.

    to answer your question i'm going to guess the Chicago White Sox? i really don't have a clue.

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