Matthew Kennedy, Author at Through The Fence Baseball

Matthew Kennedy

Matt is currently studying journalism in downtown Toronto at Ryerson University. On summer days, you'll usually find him watching any game he can find on TV, at the Rogers Centre, or coaching his little league team.

Roy Halladay pitching against the Miami Marlins.
By Matthew Kennedy On Monday, April 15th, 2013

200 wins and counting: Roy Halladay retrospective

Roy Halladay limited the Miami Marlins to five hits and one run over eight innings to notch win 200. Alright. Let’s talk about Roy Halladay. 200 wins two-time Cy Young winner eight-time All-Star perfect game More...

Jose Reyes grabs his ankle after sliding into second base.
By Matthew Kennedy On Monday, April 15th, 2013

Jose Reyes injury could shuffle the Toronto Blue Jays deck

Jose Reyes’ injury further amplifies the Toronto Blue Jays’ poor start. ((John Sleezer/MCT) It would have been better had Jose Reyes broken his ankle. You know the situation is pretty grim when that’s More...

By Matthew Kennedy On Thursday, May 10th, 2012
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Vladimir Guerrero signs minor league deal with Blue Jays

Vladimir Guerrero is heading north of the border again. This time to the Toronto Blue Jays. (Keith Allison via Wikimedia) ‘Vlad the Impaler’ will soon be making a trip north of the border. News broke More...

By Matthew Kennedy On Thursday, May 3rd, 2012
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Tim Welke blown call stirs up instant replay debate

Tim Welke's blown call may have been due to his line of site to the bag being blocked, but what was the rest of the umpire crew looking at? (MLB.com) Tim Welke must be in favor of instant replay in the majors. More...

By Matthew Kennedy On Saturday, April 14th, 2012

Blue is back in Toronto

Toronto Blue Jays fans are painting the town blue in 2012. (Mike Cassese/Reuters) It has long been said that baseball is America’s pastime. There’s no questioning that. But it’s been a long time More...

By Matthew Kennedy On Friday, February 10th, 2012
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Overhauled Blue Jays bullpen means business

Sergio Santos should help the Toronto Blue Jays recover from an MLB-worst 25 blown saves in 2011. (Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images) It was April 11, just the 10th game of the 2011 season, when the mettle (or lack thereof) More...

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