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11-17-2012, 01:02 AM
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Originally Posted by oats View Post
The Toronto Blue Jays held a dinner in Saskatoon tonight to raise money for an indoor ball park in Saskatoon. Former Jays Gregg Zaun, Roberto Alomar, and Duane Ward were there and so were Jamie Campbell, Sandy Alomar Sr., and Andrew Albers (Saskatchewan Male Athlete of the Year who pitched for Canada in the World Championship). Anyways a few interesting things were said. All of them were ecstatic about the Jays new acquisitions. Roberto Alomar and Duane Ward compared the team the Jays have now to the teams that won in '92 and '93. When Sandy Alomar Sr. was asked if he would become the Jays new manager he never responded. He talked about coaching Jose Reyes previously and said he was the one of the hardest workers he had ever seen. Probably the most interesting thing was Gregg Zaun said John Farrell was terrible. He said he let the players take everything way too easy and had everything unorganized. Anyway, I thought this stuff was interesting at least...
Zaun is a moron who has an overinflated ego. His comments today on the FAN590 were laughable. Zaun was not well liked as a player as he is a prickly redneck who was outspoken but not bright enough to make any valid points. I like listening to him talk about the art of catching and dealing with pitchers but when he speaks about anything else he sounds like the baseball version of Don Cherry.

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