Jays STAT: Angry Little Girl or Happy Cat?

Published by Toronto Mike on May 8, 2010 @ 10:58 in Links to External Web Sites, Toronto Blue Jays

bluejaysWe're living in an era of information overload. Between the RSS feeds and Twitter, there's not enough time in the day to absorb all the data. I mean, my kid has a t-ball game today, and my wife wants to watch The Cove before she loses me to the NHL playoffs again.

I root for the Toronto Blue Jays. There was a time when I never missed an inning, either tuning in on TV or listening to Tom and Jerry on CJCL. That time has passed, but I still need to know if our last game was a good one or a dog. Thanks to the simplistic beauty of Jays STAT, I absorb my Jays updates in brilliant micro nuggets. I get the score, and either an angry little girl or a happy cat. Oh yeah, and lens flare. We can't forget the lens flare.

With a quick glance, you know the score and you know who to praise or who to blame. Lens flares? Yeah, we got 'em. Happy cat? Yeah, we got him too. Don't forget the Angry Little Girl. If we see her less that 80 times this season, consider 2010 a success.

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I actually subscribe to the Jays STAT RSS feed and hope for lots of happy cats. We've had five in a row!

Here's the update from a recent comeback victory. If you're a Jays fan, introduce yourself to Jays STAT.

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2 Responses to "Jays STAT: Angry Little Girl or Happy Cat?"

James
May 8, 2010 / 13:15

It's a pretty exciting team this year. The young pitching has been phenomenal. Snider is coming around now too.

I really think this team could be competitive quite soon. Add that MLB is looking at realignment/expanding the playoffs in the next couple of years, and things could really turn around here.

Buffalo Boy Mike
May 9, 2010 / 20:13

I couldnt agree with you more James, I am lucky to get the Major League Dish Network package down here I get all the home broadcasts for the Jays and have watched 80% of their games, and the pitching looks good, a little wet behind the ears and at times it shows but they are young and talented, Kevin Gregg is an underrated closer who is having a good year and Vernon Wells having a solid season is helping too, if they can either get Overbay going or call up Brett Wallace this lineup will be solid....;Fred Lewis is the best leadoff hitter we have had since Devo any arguments on that?


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