Joe Biagini debate rages on after outing vs. Yankees
Shi Davidi
A question the Toronto Blue Jays will take into the off-season without definitively answering is what exactly Joe Biagini is as a starter. The right-hander's start Saturday against the New York Yankees is an intriguing entry into the discussion.
Swedish Leafs trio out to prove they can handle NHL's physicality
Chris Johnston
Mark Shapiro Q&A, Part 2: On minor-leagues, player development & more
Shi Davidi
Toronto Blue Jays CEO Mark Shapiro sat down with sportsnet.ca this week, and during a 30-minute conversation in his Rogers Centre office, touched on, well, just about everything.
NHL must keep investing in China beyond pre-season games
John Shannon
Investing in China has to be consistent and aggressive and, for the foreseeable future, should grow with the market’s interest in hockey. More games, more teams, more players.
Yohann Auvitu comes from hockey shadows to challenge for Oilers job
Mark Spector
Josh Leivo faces uphill climb to make Leafs despite strong showing
Chris Johnston
You certainly don’t have to tell Josh Leivo how tough it’s going to be to carve out a regular role with the team.
Blue Jays pound Yankees with all eyes on Jose Bautista
Jeff Blair
The Toronto Blue Jays opened their final home series of the 2017 season with a big win over the New York Yankees, as fans await a big moment from Jose Bautista.
Blue Jays' Steve Pearce shut down for season with lower back stiffness
Ben Nicholson-Smith
New England set to begin life without long-time coach vs. Toronto FC
John Molinaro
The New England Revolution without Jay Heaps is sort of like pancakes without the maple syrup. One doesn’t really work without the other. The Revs host Toronto FC on Saturday in their first game since parting ways with their long-time coach.