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Thanks perhaps to our own anguish over the last few years as we emerged from that dark tunnel where we finally began to understand the harm we have caused Canada's Indigenous people over the last 100 years, many Canadians are prepared to stand with First Nations in this fight.
"Major athletes were acting like children, even though they should know better."
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1985 hairstyles? NO! 1985 baseball comeback? YES!
I'm not embarrassed to say that R.A. Dickey made me cry. About half way through our hour-long conversation, after talking about his favourite books and writers, and the difficult task of writing a memoir, I raised the fact that I was also sexual assault survivor-my disclosure a way of relaying to him that I understood the courage necessary in telling his story. He then thoughtfully interrupted me, genuinely expressing how sorry he was for what had happened in my past. When things get especially hard, I now hear his voice in my head: "I'm so sorry that happened to you, Stacey May."
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TORONTO -- A rally towel is resting on every seat at Rogers Centre. A spot has been cleared above the large video board for the unfurling of the East Division championship banner. Blue and white bunti...
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The team with the best record in the American League will host the winner of Tuesday's wild card game.
"If I keep hitting home runs I'm going to keep doing it."
Should the Blue Jays reach the World Series, the Argos' games Oct. 17 (versus Calgary) and Oct. 23 (versus Montreal) could also be relocated.
TORONTO — When Minnesota Twins manager Paul Molitor felt the energy inside Rogers Centre during David Price's Toronto Blue Jays debut, and it reminded him of SkyDome 22 years ago. "I've seen that atmo...
Now that the 2013 major league baseball season is in full swing, even Canadian Carly Rae Jepsen is root toot tooting for the home team. The British Columbia native traded in her glamorous red carpet...
Somewhere, somehow -- in some corner of the baseball universe or the baseball-watching universe -- there is somebody who does not understand why everyone loves the Oakland Athletics. Moneyball is not the reason. It's not their salary or their ongoing rivalry with the concept of capitalism. That's too easy.
This week, I sat down for lunch with Drunk Jays Fan Andrew Stoeten at X on Front Street. We spoke about everything baseball, from sabermetrics to Alex Anthopoulos, to exactly what a baseball blog and podcast can talk about during the off-season!
TORONTO - With a nod to the team's glory days, the Toronto Blue Jays have refined a vintage look for the 2012 season.The team has tweaked its old-school logo, tinkered with the lettering and given the...