Category Archives: Sports

Jays fans should remain positive, despite ALCS exits News, Sports

By Sargon Jajjo Canadian baseball fans may need to find another hobby until March – the start of the 2017 Blue Jays spring training. After consecutive seasons with an ALCS exit, Jays fans are beginning to question the team’s ability to go to the World Series. Ian Hunter, the Managing Editor of the blog The

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Jays face off against Cleveland again after court rejects legal challenge News, Sports

By: Lindsay Wadden and Katherine Aylesworth Going into Tuesday’s do-or-die game, there is no resolution for fans unhappy with the Cleveland Indians team name and logo. The game starts at 4:08 p.m. in Toronto’s Rogers Centre. The Toronto Blue Jays are down three games in the American League Championship Series. Cleveland is just one win away from sweeping the

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Judge Rules Cleveland Indians name and logo will stay for ALCS News, Sports

By: Katherine Aylesworth and Lindsay Wadden A Judge for the Ontario Superior Court of Justice dismissed an application, which would prevent the Cleveland Indians from using their name and logo in tonight’s ALCS game in Toronto. In a crowded courtroom and just three hours before the game, Judge Tom McEwan denied the injunction filed by

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Blue Jays need to score runs early, often against Cleveland, analysts say News, Sports

By Jesse Bonello Toronto Blue Jays analysts say the team needs to score runs early, and often, in the American League Championship Series against the Cleveland Indians. The ALCS begins on Friday night at Progressive Field in Cleveland. The two teams are a pretty even match-up. The Jays have a slight edge when comparing the

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2016 American League Wild-Card: Blue Jays vs Orioles square off in winner-take-all Sports

By: Hunter Crowther TORONTO — The eyes of the baseball world are focused on the synthetic grass of the Rogers Centre for Tuesday’s American League Wild-Card matchup between the Toronto Blue Jays and the Baltimore Orioles. One game will decide if the bluebirds will face the Texas Rangers in a rematch of last year’s American League Division

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Jays beat Red Sox, clinch home-field for AL Wild-Card game Sports

By: Hunter Crowther Toronto lost four of five games before beating Boston to secure the home-field advantage in the AL wild-card game. The season came down to the last regular season game which resulted in a 2-1 victory for the Blue Jays. “Is it supposed to be easy?” said Blue Jays manager John Gibbons, when

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Former NHLer Sheldon Kennedy urges need for fun, respect in sport News, Sports

By Jesse Bonello    Former NHL player Sheldon Kennedy says whether young Canadians make a career in sport or not, the main thing is to have fun and enjoy yourself. Kennedy, a cofounder of the Respect in Sport program which is offered across Canada, says bad behaviour – mainly from parents – is causing many people to lose perspective

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Blue Jays prepare for playoffs Sports, Uncategorized

By Kylie Vaillancourt The Toronto Blue Jays have been through many ups and downs this season: bench clearing brawls, injury upon injury and a 19-inning game has made this a season to remember. The Jays have been struggling during the past month of their season. They’ve got a hold of top wildcard spot and are

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