Blue Jays and Weather Sweltering

By HOWARD BERGER TORONTO (Sep. 7) — As my late, Polish–born grandfather used to say after a few hours on the shore at Miami Beach: “Oy, vas it hot!” Sam Berger’s grandson was “Oy–ing” time and again beneath the sun… Read More

Blue Jays Should Secure A.A./Gibbons

By HOWARD BERGER TORONTO (Aug. 3) — There will come a time one day when Alex Anthopoulos isn’t quite as popular as he appears to be right now. Fans of the Toronto Blue Jays are loving their general manager after… Read More

Blue Jays Aren’t Good Enough

By HOWARD BERGER TORONTO (Aug. 1) – Perhaps there’s a simple reason why the Toronto Blue Jays were inactive at the non-waiver trade deadline on Thursday. Maybe – just maybe – Alex Anthopoulos and his staff recognized the club wasn’t… Read More

Dave Hodge Still “The Man”

By HOWARD BERGER TORONTO (July 28) – Canadian broadcasting legend Dave Hodge is less than 15 years older than me, yet it seems that I’ve been watching him on TV forever. Hodge was a spry 26 years of age when… Read More

Sky Wonders

By HOWARD BERGER Toronto (Aug. 28) – Alright, so maybe this weather/sunset photography thing is becoming a bit of an obsession. But, what can I do? Look at the images below and tell me what you would do if you… Read More

2013 Blue Jays: Ownership’s Mess

By HOWARD BERGER TORONTO (July 22) – For those in command of the Blue Jays, this baseball season plummeted into futility a long, long time ago. Like after the first two weeks in April, when a winter of reckless hyperbole Read More

Would Leafs Trade Their Captain?

By HOWARD BERGER TORONTO (July 18) – Undoubtedly, some fans of the Maple Leafs are bound to cringe at this suggestion, but here goes: If the hockey club is to make the playoffs over a full, 82-game schedule for the Read More
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