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Ottawa Titans Re-Sign Jake Sanford

Ottawa Titans Re-Sign Jake Sanford

On Tuesday, the Ottawa Titans made a series of transactions, including re-signing fan-favourite outfielder, Jake Sanford. In 2022, Sanford was released by the New York Yankees organization following allegations that he stole from his teammates, and scammed fans. Sanford has since denied the allegations, but is yet to get another chance in affiliated ball. The … Continue reading Ottawa Titans Re-Sign Jake Sanford

5 Most Interesting Players in the Blue Jays’ System for the Present

5 Most Interesting Players in the Blue Jays’ System for the Present

It may be hard to believe, but the Toronto Blue Jays are a little under two months away from first pitch at Spring Training. While heads will be turning to see what the core will look like after trading some key players, there is more to the show than just the big names. That won't … Continue reading 5 Most Interesting Players in the Blue Jays’ System for the Present

4 Free Agents the Toronto Blue Jays Should Still Consider

4 Free Agents the Toronto Blue Jays Should Still Consider

“[The competitive balance tax] is not an obstacle for us. It will not limit us,” Mark Shapiro claimed earlier this offseason. “We’ll have a budget, and a budget that we’ll limit to, but the CBT is not going to be what sets our budget, managing around that.” If that quote is, in fact, the truth, … Continue reading 4 Free Agents the Toronto Blue Jays Should Still Consider

Big Role Awaits Blue Jays’ Alejandro Kirk in 2023

Big Role Awaits Blue Jays’ Alejandro Kirk in 2023

Get used to hearing plenty about Danny Jansen and Alejandro Kirk, the catching duo the Toronto Blue Jays look set to employ in 2023. After the Jays sent Gabriel Moreno, one of the top catching prospects in baseball, to the Arizona Diamondbacks, it seems as if Kirk will see an expanded role in the upcoming … Continue reading Big Role Awaits Blue Jays’ Alejandro Kirk in 2023

The Blue Jays’ Core Needed a Breakup, and Ross Atkins Did It Beautifully

The Blue Jays’ Core Needed a Breakup, and Ross Atkins Did It Beautifully

Sometimes, a team finds itself in a complicated situation. All of the pieces put together should be enough to win a championship, but for whatever reason, it doesn't break that way. There are two ways to deal with this; stand pat and hope that things get better - the path chosen by the Washington Capitals, … Continue reading The Blue Jays’ Core Needed a Breakup, and Ross Atkins Did It Beautifully

Titans Excercise 2023 Option for 19 Players, Decline 5

Titans Excercise 2023 Option for 19 Players, Decline 5

On Monday, the Ottawa Titans announced 25 transactions, including exercising the 2023 option for 19 players, and declining five. Additionally, the Titans signed Kevin Rolon, who they got in return from the Sussex County Miners in the David Maberry trade. The players who the Titans declined the option on include Andrew Martinez, who left the … Continue reading Titans Excercise 2023 Option for 19 Players, Decline 5

Team Canada to Play MLB Tune-Up Games Ahead of World Baseball Classic

Team Canada to Play MLB Tune-Up Games Ahead of World Baseball Classic

The World Baseball Classic is supposed to take place every four years, but thanks to COVID-19, and a looming Major League Baseball lockout, that didn't happen. It has now been almost six years since the 2017 version of the tournament, but finally, things are finally starting to happen. While the rosters still are far from … Continue reading Team Canada to Play MLB Tune-Up Games Ahead of World Baseball Classic

Frontier League Makes Further Changes to Shorten Games

Frontier League Makes Further Changes to Shorten Games

For the second-consecutive offseason, the Frontier League has altered some of the fundamental rules of baseball, in order to ensure games go by quicker. Last season, it was the implementation of the sudden death extra innings rule, and this season, it's the addition of a pitch clock, along with various other rules that will alter … Continue reading Frontier League Makes Further Changes to Shorten Games

Biggest Canadian Sports Collapses Since 2002

Biggest Canadian Sports Collapses Since 2002

In sports, the story of the comeback often goes hand in hand with the collapse. To choke away a lead, or failing to show up when it really matters is always a dramatic/shocking experience for fans to go through, and Canada isn’t short of big collapses in the last twenty years. From hockey and soccer, … Continue reading Biggest Canadian Sports Collapses Since 2002

Jandron Throws “Greatest Game” Bobby Brown Has Ever Seen In Titans’ Win Over Capitales

Jandron Throws “Greatest Game” Bobby Brown Has Ever Seen In Titans’ Win Over Capitales

The Ottawa Titans got their dream start to the Frontier League Division Series against the Quebec Capitales on Friday night, taking the first game of the best-of-three series by a score of 3-0. The catalyst for the win was a dominant performance on the mound from lefty Tyler Jandron, with a complete game shutout, striking … Continue reading Jandron Throws “Greatest Game” Bobby Brown Has Ever Seen In Titans’ Win Over Capitales