The FAN–590 is 25 today

TORONTO (Sep. 4) — The names have changed with ownership and the unquestioned priority of television over radio — from CJCL AM–1430 to The Fan–1430; The FAN–590; Sportsnet Radio The FAN–590 and, today, Sportsnet–590 The FAN. What will never change… Read More

A Question Ignored

TORONTO (July 31) — With Leafs Nation ominously assuring itself that all draft components will remain in place beyond 2019, and media wondering if the addition of Patrick Marleau indicates the club is “going for it” now, here’s a question… Read More

God’s City Wins Yet Another

TORONTO (Feb. 6) — It’s difficult to believe that at the turn of the century — which was 17 years ago, but feels more recent — the city of Boston was a professional sports laughingstock: In football, the New… Read More

Leafs Will Learn — Eventually

TORONTO (Nov. 1) — It will be a tell–tale sign that the young Maple Leafs are maturing when the club approaches a double–header like this past weekend with more of a competitive edge and less satisfaction. Though it yielded zero… Read More

Oh Bobcat, Your Memory!

By HOWARD BERGER TORONTO (Oct. 2) — Earlier this evening, a friend of mine – when referring to Bob McCown – said, “Bob is an outstanding host. As an historian, Bob is… an outstanding host.” It was a good summation.Read More

The “Toronto Collapse” – Part 2

By HOWARD BERGER TORONTO (July 20) – Having provided background in my Friday blog (http://betweentheposts.ca/the-toronto-collapse-part-1/), it is now time to offer hard evidence as to why Toronto has richly earned its place among the most inept cities in professional sport.… Read More
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