Leafs Will Scare Capitals

TORONTO (Apr. 10) — No, the Washington Capitals will not lose to the Toronto Maple Leafs. After all, the Stanley Cup playoffs never begin with the second round. Beyond that, maybe… just maybe… this is the year that Ovie and… Read More

October Manna From Heaven

TORONTO (Oct. 13) — In a city that continues to hunger for sports accomplishment, October of 2016 has been quite remarkable. And, we still have 18 days before Halloween. It began for baseball fans, with the Toronto Blue Jays winning… Read More

Brooms Out, Brooms Away

TORONTO (Oct. 10) — The first sweep in Toronto Blue Jays playoff history resulted from one of the most gripping and entertaining games ever contested by the ball club. Sunday night’s 10–inning thriller at Rogers Centre proved again that the… Read More

Toronto Out–Gonading Texas Again

TORONTO (Oct. 7) — Perhaps it is no coincidence the Texas Rangers wear the same team–colors as the Washington Capitals. Scarlet–red trimmed in blue and white has stood for perennial underachievement in the Stanley Cup playoffs. “Gutless” may be a… Read More

This Is The Blue Jays Year

TORONTO (July 9) — What better time than the 25th anniversary of the 1991 Major League All–Star Game at SkyDome to make a proclamation about the 2016 Toronto Blue Jays? Here it is (mark it down and remember the date):… Read More

Blue Jays Aren’t Remotely The Same

TORONTO (May 19) — Baseball fans, it isn’t “early” anymore. Roughly one–fourth of the Major League season is in the books and the biggest disappointment at the quarter–pole — given buildup and expectation — is again the Toronto Blue Jays.… Read More

Who Saw Blue Jays–Rangers Flip Flap?

TORONTO (May 15) — A confluence of adventure just before 6 p.m. Eastern on Sunday would suggest the majority of TV watchers in this city — perhaps nationwide — missed the fallout from last October’s playoff struggle between the Toronto… Read More

Russell Martin Was Almost Steve Smith

TORONTO (Oct. 15) — I’m not sure we can imagine the coming off–season for Russell Martin were he not part of the most explosive team in Major League Baseball. Perhaps only one man — currently an assistant coach with the… Read More

Jays/Rangers Not A Best–of–Three

TORONTO (Oct. 10) — It is understandable that fans of the Toronto Blue Jays are forlorn after consecutive defeats at home in the American League Division Series. In less than 24 hours on Thursday and Friday, it seemed as if… Read More

Blue Jays Party Ruined By Odor

TORONTO (Oct. 9) — Well, that wasn’t exactly the plan. A full 21 years, 11 months and 15 days after Joe Carter’s “touch ’em all” home run, playoff baseball returned to Canada and the Rogers Centre (it was still SkyDome… Read More
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