So, we are one beer-soaked (or whatever the hell you drink-soaked) weekend away from Opening Day against the dumb Yankees. And it’s pretty rock n’ roll to know that the shitty winter weather is almost over for another year and soon it will be backyard BBQ time or up at the cottage BBQ time – just some good ol’ fashion BBQ time.
That’s rock-the-casbah right. We all know it’s great to light that motherfucker up and toss on some savage delicacies. If you’re hardcore and you do it in the winter, you know it sucks and it isn’t relaxing while you stand there in the fucking cold trying to stay warm from the heat of the grill, but all that will soon be over. I guess the really shitty thing about this year’s BBQ season is that Jerry Howarth’s voice won’t fill the air in Canadian backyards, but it will still be good times nonetheless. #ThankYouJerry
So, baseball merchandise season is in full swing and every fan is checking out the online catalogue of new caps (check out the Bisons’ Sunday affiliation cap), and fans are excited to spend their hard-earned cash-rules-everything-around-MLB on some dope new gear.
Now, I like to go for my vintage Jays caps, a bit of an obsession. I should buy a new one because last summer, I thought it would be a good idea to ride my bike along the waterfront from downtown Toronto to the Beaches in 40-degree weather, and I absolutely destroyed one of my favourite Jays cap in doing so by sweating through it. So, a new Vintage cap and the Bisons’ Sunday cap are definitely on my list for this year.
But, there is one damn thing that the Blue Jays merchandise think team hasn’t thought up and that’s some good ol’ John Gibbons BBQ sauce. I think it’s time for us fans to start a petition for this and make it happen. I haven’t done the market research on this one, and I have no idea how the sales would be, so it’s all speculation, but I have a hard time believing that this sauce wouldn’t fly off the Blue Jays shelves.
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