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#ThrowbackThursday: Rob Butler's Blue Jays homecoming

Our weekly serving of vintage video is from 1993, when Rob Butler of the Toronto Blue Jays came home to Butlerville, in Conception Bay.
When the Toronto Blue Jays won the World Series in 1993 rookie baseball player Rob Butler was part of that winning team. Rob's parents were from Butlerville, the town's pride and joy returned home and Jonathan Crowe was there. 1:59

Our weekly serving of vintage video is from 1993, when Rob Butler of the Toronto Blue Jays received a hero's welcome in Butlerville. 

The Blue Jays had just won the World Series, and the whole community was rallying around Butler, whose parents had come from the town. 

Jonathan Crowe filed this report for Here & Now

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