bigh0rt wrote: silverZ wrote:
bigh0rt wrote:Crab cakes vs. winters that makes you want to kill yourself. Odd indeed.
Yea, because Baltimore is a tropical paradise.
I can never tell who is trolling and who isn't in these Bluejays turned Canada bashing threads.
Compared to Toronto, Hoboken is a tropical paradise.
Yes, New York winters are really all that and more.
SpecialFNK wrote:living in Baltimore while playing there and not wanting to move after being traded is understandable. if it was the other way around (living in Toronto) he probably wouldn't want to move from there either.
but in this case I find it interesting because he now plays for Texas. Toronto is closer to Baltimore than Texas is, plus Toronto plays Baltimore more than Texas does.
now he is still being shopped around so maybe he ends up somewhere else closer to Baltimore.
It appears he's holding out to get traded back to Baltimore.
mweir145 wrote:Choosing to live in Baltimore over Toronto. An odd choice to me.
USA or Canada...yeah that would be a difficult choice.
Considering I've actually lived in both countries for an extended period, I'd probably be a good person to answer that.