Baseball reporter for National Post.
Auburn's Carlos Perez, one in a long line of Blue Jays catching prospects, but the only one with seven triples.
Miguel Cabrera's reasons to smile: .347 average, 24 homers, MLB leader in RBI (85) and OPS (1.070).
Tigers holding a Christmas in July promotion, thus the festive float outside the stadium. Staff bravely wearing Santa caps in the heat. Can hardly wait for Santa Claus parade to start.
Welcome to sweltering Comerica Park, home of … OK, so you figured it out.
Lou Piniella will retire at season's end. The man the Jays once sought as manager is shown on his last visit to Toronto in 2008.
Dollar Beer Night crowd at Falcon Park, Auburn, N.Y., home of Jays' short-season Class A club.
Crowd for Triple-A All-Star Game at Coca-Cola Park, Allentown, Pa. This is the home of the Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs, the Phillies' top farm club.
Under ominous skies, the tarp comes off and fans filter in for 2010 Triple-A All-Star Game in Allentown, Pa.
Reigning MVP Joe Mauer went 2-for-12 with two RBIs at Rogers Centre this week. Well played, Jays pitchers.
Kyle Drabek, New Hampshire's no-hit kid (photo taken June 12, 2010 in Erie, Pa.)
Citizens Bank Park, weekend home of the Blue Jays, June 27, 2010.
From Row 2 of press box, view of crowd for Jays home game in Philly, June 25, 2010
From the visitors' dugout, a view of the "home" team's batting practice at Citizens Bank Park, June 25, 2010.
Cito Gaston imparts advice to new third baseman Jarrett Hoffpauir during batting practice as Jays prep for "home" game in Philadelphia.
Two days after his father's funeral, John McDonald takes time to chat with fans on Father's Day. Later he also fulfilled a pre-arranged commitment to visit with fans who won a team-sponsored contest.
Tim Collins, New Hampshire's strikeout machine (in Erie, Pa., June 13, 2010)
"Crowd," Erie, Pa.: New Hampshire Fisher Cats vs. Erie SeaWolves on a soggy Sunday.
Saturday night at the ball game, Erie, Pa: New Hampshire Fisher Cats vs. Erie SeaWolves.
Sunday congregation at the RC: For a change, my wide-angle lens does not do it justice.
Pitching coach Bruce Walton, whose batting-practice sessions have helped John Buck and Aaron Hill break out of slumps, tries to work his magic on Adam Lind Tuesday afternoon.
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