Here’s Kaybee’s Wish List:
The response to the post on the community MLBlog continues to impress. The latest comes from Jenn at Phillies Phollowers. Email us if you want to be the star of a future installment of this series, we promise you’ll get your turn.
Here’s Jenn’s Wish List:
Wow, we already have gobs of Wish Lists emailed in thanks to the post on the community MLBlog. This is another cool way to get traffic to your own blog. Here’s one from Jeremy at homerfoodandhistory.mlblogs.com, and I am just going to post these verbatim without editing so feel free to include links and even images within your email if you want to be included. Will gradually get to them all so keep an eye out here…
Here is my list starting with,
1. Toronto Blue Jays Alberta Cooperstown Knit Cap (what is this knit cap thing???? Its a toque and will always be a toque as far as Im concerned).
I need this if winter in Toronto is going to be as bad as it was last
year. The retro look is becoming very popular (i.e. with flashback
Fridays last year, where the Jays wore their old powder blues),
gotta respect the tradition. I bet some Jays wore this type of toque
in early April, when the Jays played in Exhibition Stadium.
I’m really in the toque market right now. It is starting to get very
cold here! This one is also cool! I wish the Jays will one day be in
the toque market, playing October baseball away.
The commemorative stuff, ya, I am always all over that. I even have a
piece of turf from the Skydome, when they had the astroturf stuff.
This would be a great gift for me.
Can you believe, as much as I love the Jays, I don’t own a Blue Jays Cap. I’m hoping on changing that in the near future! This would be the perfect hat. All-Star edition for the last year of Yankee Stadium.
was the lone representative for the Blue Jays in the game. He is my
favorite player! When I wear this around campus, people will know I’m
a serious fan! Please Santa, I’ve been a good 26 year old!
There are a lot of cool retro jerseys at mlbshop,
I’ve always like the padre ones. This (ex-Jay) David Winfield jersey
is styling, but I would want to personalize one to say Gaston on back
(going back to his playing days with San Diego). That would be a good jersey for next season!
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