Blue Jays' big game hunter Mark Buehrle

American League pitcher Mark Buehrle of the Toronto Blue Jays speaks to the media at the Hyatt...

American League pitcher Mark Buehrle of the Toronto Blue Jays speaks to the media at the Hyatt Regency in Minneapolis, July 14, 2014. (JEFF CURRY/USA Today)

Bob Elliott, QMI Agency

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MINNEAPOLIS - The most acclaimed Buehrle hunter, of the St. Charles, Mo., Buehrle clan was wearing a red American League T-shirt.

He stood 10 to 15 feet in front of Mark Buehrle's podium, far behind the press.

Jason Buehrle, 37, is the spitting image of his younger, all-star brother, Mark, 35, the Toronto Blue Jays lefty.

When he was recognized, he was asked, who was the better hunter?

"Me," Jason said quickly.

And so we adjourned to an empty table that didn't have the name of an all-star hanging on the curtain behind it.

After all, Jason might have more interesting answers than his brother, who enjoys pitching, loves working fast, but hates addressing the media.

Who is the better turkey hunter?

"Me," Jason said.

Better goose hunter?

"Me," Jason said.

Better duck hunter?

"Me," Jason said. "And I'm better at duck calls, too, with my Duck Commander duck call."


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