Dan Langille

Dan Langille

Dan is a baseball nut, just trying to find the peanuts. Partial to the Blue Jays. Insurance adjuster by day and baseball writer by night. You can call me Night Writer. Find me on Twitter @allthingslang.

By Dan Langille On Monday, July 11th, 2016
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Wilmer Font and BHC Scribe Make Their Respective Debuts in Buffalo

Wilmer Font Just a few days ago Wilmer Font was pitching for the Ottawa Champions in the Canadian-American Association of Professional Baseball. Friday night in Buffalo was gorgeous and he is the starter for the More...

By Dan Langille On Friday, June 10th, 2016
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And With The 21st Pick The Toronto Blue Jays Select…

Last night we watched high school and college players have their lives changed. Last night the MLB draft did not disappoint with rumours, shockers, and positive drug testings. The MLB ran the first 2 rounds of More...

By Dan Langille On Tuesday, June 7th, 2016
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The MLB Draft Countdown Is On…

For what could be the biggest day of a college baseball players (or high school) life is only mere hours away. On Thursday June 9th, the first round of the MLB draft will be completed. This year there are will More...

By Dan Langille On Friday, May 20th, 2016
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Devon Travis Dominant in Rehab Stint

Last night the Buffalo Bisons hosted the Pawtucket Red Sox in the first game of the 3 game series. Along with the success that the Bison’s were already having, Devon Travis was joining the team on a rehab More...

By Dan Langille On Thursday, May 19th, 2016
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Things are Clicking for the Buffalo Bisons

With the recent struggles the Toronto Blue Jays have been going through, their AAA affiliate Buffalo Bisons have been firing on all cylinders lately. This week the Bison’s hosted the Toledo Mud Hens, now More...

By Dan Langille On Saturday, May 14th, 2016
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Highs And Lows for the Bisons

The Buffalo Bisons have played 35 games so far this season. The AAA Toronto Blue Jays affiliate sit 3 games below .500 at 16-19, which is good for last place in the International League North division. The Bisons More...

By Dan Langille On Friday, April 22nd, 2016
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The Strange Silence; Anthony Alford

The Dunedin Blue Jays and Anthony Alford had a lot going for him in making his way up and out of class A baseball in Dunedin. With Alford being one the Toronto Blue Jays top prospects we should be expecting More...

By Dan Langille On Thursday, April 21st, 2016
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Friday Night Lights in Buffalo

Last Friday I was blessed with a girlfriend-free night and the sun shinning. And because of this, I took in the Buffalo Bisons game. With a “quick” trip over the border I was drinking a beer in the More...

By Dan Langille On Wednesday, April 6th, 2016
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Aaron Sanchez: Lights Out

Tuesday night Aaron Sanchez made his season debut for the Toronto Blue Jays. This marked his move from the bullpen to the starting rotation to join his buddy Marcus Stroman. Sanchez started with a 6 foot high fastball, More...

By Dan Langille On Tuesday, April 5th, 2016
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Toronto Blue Jays Pick up Where They Left off

Baseball has kicked off yesterday once again for the 2016 regular season. The Toronto Blue Jays are in Tampa Bay to open the season at Tropicana Field. This marks the 40th year for the Toronto Blue Jays franchise. More...

By Dan Langille On Tuesday, March 8th, 2016
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The Blue Jays Line-Up…Does it Really Matter?

Recently twitter has been talking about the Toronto Blue Jays line up. “OMG who is going to hit lead-off?” Well I am here to settle this discussion. Before we go into it too much I want you to remember More...

By Dan Langille On Monday, March 7th, 2016
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Maicer Izturis and his Expos Ties Call it a Career

Friday we saw something interesting happen, a baseball player retires in the middle of spring training. Maicer Izturis, a Venezuelan born player, who is 35 announced he was retiring from the game of baseball. More...

By Dan Langille On Thursday, March 3rd, 2016
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Chewin’ Baseball; The Move to Ban Smokeless Tobacco

For as long as I can remember there has been chewing tobacco in major league baseball. Probably because it has been only until recently that city’s are taking a stand against the product. This is something More...








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