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May 28 will mark the 25th anniversary of the final game the Blue Jays ever played at Exhibition Stadium and there really couldnt have been a more dramatic finish to that first chapter in Blue Jays history. Nike Air Max 90 Camo Infrared . There were 46,120 on hand to watch the Blue Jays play the Chicago White Sox, the same team they defeated on that snowy day in April of 1977 in the first Major League game ever played in Toronto. Things got a little dicey in the top of the eighth when Chicago scored three runs off Dave Stieb and Duane Ward to tie the score at five and ultimately send the game into extra innings. In the bottom of the 10th, with nobody out, George Bell slugged a game winning two-run homer off Bobby Thigpen that touched off a wild celebration and brought down the curtain on the Exhibition Stadium era of Blue Jays Baseball. Tom Henke got the victory with 1 1/3 innings of relief including three strikeouts and Kelly Gruber went 4-for-4 with an RBI. What many may forget is that after that victory, the Blue Jays record was only 20-28. Granted, they were 8-4 since Cito Gaston replaced the fired Jimy Williams, but the Jays still had a long way to come back to get into the playoff race. After that pulse pounding win to close the Ex, the Jays went on a six-game road swing through Cleveland and Boston. The Jays were swept at Cleveland to fall back to 20-31, just one loss shy of where they were at 12 under when Williams was cut loose. Then the season began to turn. They swept the Red Sox, including a wild 13-11, 12-inning victory in the finale. Ernie Whitt slugging a grand slam in the top of the ninth off Lee Smith as part of a five-run rally that put the Jays ahead 11-10, but Boston clawed back with a run off Henke in the bottom of the ninth that sent the game into extras. Then in the top of the 12th, Junior Felix belted what proved to be the game-winning two run shot off Dennis Lamp. Duane Ward getting the victory with three near-perfect innings of relief, including three strikeouts. That win came on Sunday, June 4, the day after the official gala opening Ceremony at SkyDome. The Blue Jays went right home to get ready for their first ever game at their new home on June 5 against Milwaukee. Unfortunately this one didnt have the happy ending for Blue Jays fans. The Brewers won 5-3. The story though, was the magnificent, awe-inspiring structure that was SkyDome - complete with a fully retractable roof and the sellout crowd of 48,378 who paid more attention to the building than the game at times. Fred McGriff hit the first home run ever at SkyDome - a two-run shot off Don August in the second inning and Jimmy Key pitched the 1st complete game, giving up five runs on nine hits to fall to 6-4. The Jays didnt fair any better the second night. The bullpen combo of David Wells and Duane Ward gave up five runs over the final two innings to spoil an excellent seven-inning outing from starter Frank Wills. The Brewers winning again 6-4. Finally in the series finale, the Blue Jays finally christened SkyDome with a victory. The late John Cerutti went all the way on an 11-hitter, if you can believe it. In fact, he had a shutout going until Rob Deer touched him for a two-run homer in the top of the ninth. Cerutti closed it out though, and the Jays won 4-2. Cerutti didnt walk a single batter and struck out just one. I guess that defines pitching to contact! Two nights later, the Jays had their first shutout at SkyDome as Dave Stieb and David Wells combined on a 2-0 white wash of Detroit. So oddly in a building that would later be known as a home run haven, the Blue Jays had two complete games and a combined shutout in their first three games at their new home. The Blue Jays would go on to win their division, but ultimately lose the American League Championship to the powerhouse Oakland As - who went on to beat the Giants in the World Series. The point of all of this is that the Blue Jays have played all or parts (1989) of 25 seasons at the SkyDome/Rogers Centre. But June 5 of 2014 will be the official 25th anniversary of the first game ever played at SkyDome. One problem - the Blue Jays arent home on June 5. Theyre playing at Comerica Park in Detroit. But they will be home on the anniversary of the first victory on Saturday, June 7 against St. Louis. So let the planning begin. The years have just flown by and their have been so many incredible memories. Lets hope the Blue Jays do something special. Nike Air Max 90 Femme . The 33-year-old right-hander was 14-7 with a career-low 3.64 ERA in 28 starts for his hometown San Diego Padres last season. He joins a rotation that includes NL Cy Young Award winner Clayton Kershaw, Chad Billingsley, Ted Lilly and fellow newcomer Chris Capuano, who signed a $10-million, two-year deal last week. Nike Air Max 90 Homme Pas Cher . With just seconds left in the third and final minute of stoppage time, substitute Haris Seferovic finished off a length-of-the-field move by slamming home a close-range shot. After wild Swiss celebrations, Ecuadors shell-shocked players barely had time to restart before the final whistle was blown.EDMONTON -- The Edmonton Oilers found their resolve in the third period on Sunday. Jordan Eberle had a pair of goals as the Oilers snapped a four-game losing skid by holding on for a 5-3 upset win over the Tampa Bay Lightning. After staking themselves to a 3-1 lead after the first period, the Oilers started to fall apart in the second, allowing the Lightning to tie the game 3-3. "We were turning pucks over in our own end, it was the same old story with this team," Eberle said. "But as soon as they tied it, we found a way to get back to playing the way that got us the lead in the first place. Thats what won us the game." Taylor Hall, Luke Gazdic and Boyd Gordon also scored for the Oilers (14-26-5), who have won just three of their last 13 games. Edmonton, which has the second-worst record in the NHL, avoided its fourth five-game losing streak of the season. "There were certainly some shifts in the second period where we didnt play well, but for the most part our effort was good tonight," Hall said. "Our execution was good. There have been a lot of times this season where we have gone into a third period tied or in a close game and we just havent really played the way we should. Tonight was a different story. It was nice to see, especially against a team that is as good and as high in the standings as Tampa." It was the Oilers first win against a team above the playoff cutline in a calendar month. "We need to spin this into a positive," Gordon said. "Hopefully we can get things turned around here and start playing some winning hockey." Nikita Kucherov, Victor Hedman and Valtteri Flippula replied for the Lightning (25-13-4), who saw a five-game winning streak on the road come to and end. "I thought we owned that second period and we had a bad break for us on the fourth goal and then a good play by them on the fifth one," Hedman said. "Thats not the way we wanted to come out of this. We were carrying the momentum going into the third. Its obviously frustrating that we didnt play better in the third." Lightning goaltender Ben Bishop left the game with an undisclosed injury in the first half, something head coach Jon Cooper did little to explain after the game. "I have no idea," said Cooper when asked of Bishops status. "I dont ask, so I can look you in the eye and say I dont know, so I dont know. "We dont know, its hard to speculate. I dont know what the injury is, but I dont think its going to be major serious. I hope not anyway. But if it is, then (Anders Lindback) is a proven goaltender in the league and hell be fine, lets make that determination when we find out whats wrong with him. I think its way too early to speculate on whats going on." Tampa Bay started the scoring with a power-play goal less than three minutes into the ggame as Matthew Carle made a cross-ice pass to Kucherov at the left face-off dot. Nike Air Max 90 Pas Cher. Kucherov beat Oilers starter Ilya Bryzgalov with a quick shot glove-side. Edmonton responded a minute-and-a-half later, however, as a stick got caught in the skates of Martin St. Louis in front of the Tampa net before Eberle could fish it out and lift his 13th of the season past Bishop. Bishop left the game after the play with what originally looked like an equipment problem. Lindback came in as his replacement, just as Alex Killorn took a double minor for high-sticking. Edmonton went up 2-1 on their second shot of the game, just past the six minute mark as an Eberle shot pinballed in front and was inadvertently deflected past Lindback by defender Sami Salo on a power play. It was Eberles second goal in less than two minutes after only scoring one in his previous 11 games. The Oilers took a two-goal lead with five minutes left in the first period as Gazdic tipped the puck past Lindback off a point shot from Justin Schultz. The Lightning started to rally in the second period and were rewarded for it just under nine minutes in as a stolen puck at the Oilers blue-line eventually led to a long screened-shot goal by Hedman. Tampa Bay tied it 3-3 with 5:35 remaining in the second period as Filppula hooked off the half boards and picked the bottom corner of the net with a quick wrist shot for this 16th goal of the season. Lindback kept the Oilers from regaining any momentum on a late second period power play, making big stops on Eberle and Gordon to keep it 3-3 after 40 minutes. Edmonton moved back in front eight minutes into the third period as Gordon did a good job to fight off a defender and swat home the rebound from his own backhand shot in tight. The Oilers went up 5-3 just past the mid-mark with the teams playing four aside as Hall made a perfect redirection of an Andrew Ference point shot for his 16th goal and team-leading 41st point of the season. Both teams return to the ice on Tuesday as the Lightning finish a four-game trip in Winnipeg and the Oilers play host to the St. Louis Blues. Notes: Lightning forward Steven Stamkos (broken right tibia) has begun skating in full gear but is still not ready to return to the team. However, the Lightning have persevered without their star centre, coming into the game with a 13-7-4 record while he has been outa Tampa goalie Bishop could be a big loss if he is out for long after his first period injury. Bishop earned his league lead-tying fourth shutout of the season in a 2-0 win over Calgary on Friday and entered the contest against the Oilers having earned at least a point in 10 straight games (8-0-2) and allowing two or fewer goals in eight consecutive starts and 26 of 31 gamesa Defencemen Corey Potter (groin) and Philip Larsen (illness) are on Edmontons injured reserve. cheap jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys ' ' '

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