Whole Lotta Jays Are Comin' Home

I've been sharing retro Blue Jays songs on this blog for over a decade. I loved those old cheesy Jays songs from the late 80s and early 90s.

Suddenly, traffic to these entries are spiking. I wonder why? For the first time since '93, Blue Jays fever is sky high. Winning 10 of 11 and moving to only 2.5 games back of the Yankees in the AL East will do that.

Since we're all Jays crazy, I'll start sharing more retro Jays songs, starting with this number from Homer Bunt. This is "Whole Lotta Jays Are Comin' Home".

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How about 1.5 game back, Mike. Rolling, rolling, rolling!!! This team just wears you out. Ask KC, Min & now the Yanks. Should be a good time next week -end in TO.

ESPN doesn't even mention the Jays in their wild card update or updates at all. These are the same clowns that brought up the man in the white suit BS last week. Sense some real American hostility???

August 9, 2015 @ 4:22 PM

Toronto Mike Verified as the defacto Toronto Mike


What a time to be a Jays fan.

It keeps getting better and better.

August 9, 2015 @ 5:18 PM


Tom, what was "the man in the white suit" deal? I follow on the radio so I'm not in the loop on this, although I trust by your post it is just more American moronism.

August 9, 2015 @ 8:34 PM


A few years back, the Kansas City Royals accused the Blue Jays, or inferred to the media that the Blue Jays had a man dressed in white sitting in the outfield stealing the catchers signs and then relaying it via radio to the dugout...

It was pretty damn funny... the day after it became public, people started showing up in all white outfits and sat out in the 200 level to be the man....

I've had teams disconnect and break the microphones I have in the bullpens because they think it's the Jays eavesdropping in on their conversations.


August 12, 2015 @ 11:47 AM


that was me... weird typing error :)

August 12, 2015 @ 11:47 AM

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