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Series Preview: Unfamiliar Territory

The Blue Jays haven’t played a game at Wrigley since 2005. Back then, Josh Towers was the starting pitcher, pitching coach Pete Walker made a relief appearance, and Gregg Zaun was the catcher. Good times!

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Ryan Tepera Offers To Pay For Hazel’s Dry Cleaning

Most Blue Jays fans surely watched today’s game between the Jays and Rays, and so most of us probably saw Hazel Mae’s post-game interview with Justin Smoak — whose home run heroics powered the Jays to victory, alongside great performances from Chris Rowley, Danny Barnes, JOSH DONALDSON, and others. Meaning, of course, most of us…