With both the Blue Jays and the federal elections in play tonight, the Canadian public had more than one team to root for.
The Toronto Blue Jays defeated the New York Yankees 4-0 in their second game of the season home opener on April 5 at the Rogers Centre. Toronto Observer’s Henry Chang Li reports.
The year 2013 is full of firsts for 16-year-old pitcher Brady Moxham. He not only made his first trip to Toronto, he would make it to the mound at the Rogers Centre to start for team Prairie Brown at the Toronto Blue Jays Tournament12. The Oakville, Manitoba native had an exciting opportunity to showcase his […]
The impending return of UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre couldn’t be coming at a better time. St-Pierre is the lone Canadian fighter who really conjures up excitement from coast-to-coast for casual fans of the sport, or even those with little to no interest at all. Every time the Montreal native steps into the Octagon it’s […]
The Hamilton Ticats are coming off a 55-36 stomping of the Calgary Stampeders in Moncton, N.B. and the last time they faced the Argos, the black and yellow came out with a 37-32 victory in August.
Coach Jim Barker had grander expectations for the 2011 season than the woeful 3-9 record presently worn by his Toronto Argonauts.
With just six games to play, the Boatmen’s chances of making the playoffs are appearing increasingly grim.
Mark Trumbo continued his quest to be named the AL Rookie of the Year at the Rogers Centre in Toronto on Tuesday night, lifting the Los Angeles Angels to a 10-6 win over the Blue Jays.
The Toronto Argonauts look to win a crucial game against the Roughriders in Saskatchewan on Saturday afternoon. While the Argos and Riders are the bottom feeders of their respective conferences, both clubs head into this weekend’s match-up riding very different streaks.