In early April, the Toronto Blue Jays made a trade with the Cleveland Guardians, sending Anthony Castro to Cleveland, in exchange for a speedy outfielder, Bradley Zimmer. At the time, it was expected that Zimmer would be nothing more than depth, but with Teoscar Hernandez going down with an injury, he has been forced into… Continue reading Zimmer’s Defence Isn’t Worth Keeping His Bat
The Cincinnati Reds are off to their worst start in franchise history, after losing a game 10-1 at the hands of the Colorado Rockies on Sunday afternoon. The Reds sit with a 3-19 record, 11.5 games back of the Milwaukee Brewers for first place in the National League Central. Their start to the season has… Continue reading Reds Need to Start Trying to Trade Joey Votto
The Toronto Blue Jays are 23 games into the season, and already, 11 of those games have been decided by just one run. They have had three additional games decided by two runs, and still, they have a record of 15-8. Looking into the standings, however, this leaves them second in the American League East,… Continue reading Are the Blue Jays’ Close Games Concerning?
Major League Baseball may still be in the midst of a lockout, but behind the scenes, drama has continued to brew. On Thursday, ESPN's Buster Olney reported that "there is a growing belief that Freddie Freeman will land somewhere outside of Atlanta," meaning that the veteran first baseman could still be an option for the… Continue reading Should the Blue Jays Pursue Freddie Freeman?
On June 23rd, 2016, the Toronto Argonauts played their season home opener against the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. Since 1989, the Argos' home games had been played at Rogers Centre (better known as the Skydome) but this time round they were playing in a new home, BMO Field. The Argonauts had a lot of success in the… Continue reading The Strange and Infamous History of Exhibition Stadium
Just months after the Atlanta Braves took home a World Series title over the Houston Astros, the baseball scene in North America has gone quiet. The rush on free agents as teams look to stock their cupboards for another run at the World Series in 2022 has stopped and things have come to a grinding… Continue reading MLB’s Lockout Is a Stain on Baseball
It’s May 2021; the National Hockey League playoffs are about to begin. It’s been a season like no other. A global pandemic has kept fans away from arenas in Canada, and the teams, unable to cross the border, have been forced to square off against themselves in an all-Canadian division. It's been a tough year… Continue reading Canadian Sports Rivalries – Toronto Vs. Montreal