For the Toronto Blue Jays, the window of opportunity to capture a World Series has closed for a few years.
The news of Joey Votto winning the Lou Marsh Award made barely a sound in the Canadian sports world.
Forget the sticks and pucks, I wanted to pitch like Roy Halladay.
After a 162-game regular season, for some teams, a new animal approaches: the MLB post-season.
The World Series match up has been set – the Houston Astros will meet the Los Angeles Dodgers.
For baseball fans, October is the arrival of the MLB Postseason.
2016 was a record-breaking year.
The Jays lineup has been known for containing a lot of power and right hand hitters.
With the Bombers crashing out of the 2016 playoffs after not even making it for the past five seasons, Winnipeg football fans look over to Chicago perhaps a little green with envy.
It’s the end of an era for the Blue Jays. José Bautista and Edwin Encarnacion declined their qualifying offers and elected to go to free agency. It