The Lowest Of The Low

The Lowest Of The LowI can pin point a moment in October 1993 when the Toronto sports scene was euphoric. Joe Carter went deep in game six against the Phillies and we had our second World Series title in a row. Meanwhile, the Maple Leafs were reeling off ten victories in a row to start the season. It was the apex of Toronto sports satisfaction for this fan.

I can pin point this exact moment in December 2004 as the lowest of the low moments in Toronto sports. The entire Maple Leafs season is in serious jeopardy, the last place Toronto Blue Jays have lost their best offensive player in Carlos Delgado and Vince Carter was dealt yesterday from the 8-17 Raptors.

Serenity now.

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