Anthony Kay is one of the newest members of the Toronto Blue Jays organization after being shipped over from the New York Mets in a trade built around Marcus Stroman, and he’s doing his best to fit in to his new surroundings.
Shortly after getting dealt to the Blue Jays, Kay took to Twitter to find out more about his new city and country. The results were hilarious.
We've got the Larry O'B. https://t.co/S1MbChFyBb— Yahoo Sports Canada (@YahooCASports) July 30, 2019
Facts only. It appears that Kay is ready to switch his loyalties from one Atlantic Division team to another.
I’ve been cheering for the Knicks.. won’t be a tough adjustment to make the switch #WeTheNorth— Anthony Kay (@TonyBuckets18) July 30, 2019
Kay has caught on well, as How Does This Affect the Leafs is a very much a real thing.
I needa catch up my hockey vocab... who we cheering for? Maple leafs?— Anthony Kay (@TonyBuckets18) July 30, 2019
The 24-year-old will soon know how to differentiate himself as a local as opposed to an outsider.
Pro tip: It's "Torono" not "Toronto"— Twitter Canada (@TwitterCanada) July 30, 2019
Kay struggled badly during his first appearance at Triple-A Buffalo and it seems unlikely he’ll be with the big club this season. If and when Kay gets summoned by the Blue Jays, he’ll be more than ready to fill the void left by Stroman, at least culturally.
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