With Spring Training right around the corner, the Toronto Blue Jays are rocking almost the exact same team as last year. But there are some key changes. New players such as Kendrys Morales, Steve Pearce, Joe Smith and Mat Latos give the team depth. The main issue here is that the Jays will be without long … Continue reading Toronto Blue Jays: 3 Players to Watch During Spring Training
Last week, the Toronto Blue Jays signed Mat Latos to a minor-league contract. The deal includes $1.5 million if he makes it to the Big Leagues. When this signing was announced, the initial reaction from Blue Jays fans was “he’s a solid sixth option if a starter needs a rest”. If one of Toronto’s starters gets … Continue reading Mat Latos Gives the Toronto Blue Jays Flexibility
When the Toronto Blue Jays acquired Francisco Liriano at the MLB trade deadline last season, they had an eye on both their current team situation, but also on 2017. The Blue Jays had many strong trades this past season, but the Liriano deal certainly stands out as one of the finest. When the Jays landed … Continue reading Toronto Blue Jays: Francisco Liriano is Poised for a Strong 2017 Season
Whenever a Seattle Seahawks fan is asked about Blair Walsh, the immediate response is either “wide left!” or “that guy won a game for us!”. The Seahawks signed Kicker Blair Walsh yesterday, and hopefully, he can continue to win games for Seattle. Longtime Seattle kicker Steven Hauschka will become an unrestricted free agent next month, … Continue reading Seattle Seahawks Sign Former Vikings Kicker Blair Walsh
The rosters for the World Baseball Classic were officially released yesterday, and six Toronto Blue Jays players will represent their respective countries. Roberto Osuna and Marco Estrada will suit up for Team Mexico in March. Both pitchers had fantastic 2016 campaigns for the Blue Jays, and it is no surprise that they were offered to … Continue reading Six Toronto Blue Jays Will Participate in the World Baseball Classic
In an offseason where the Toronto Blue Jays replaced Edwin Encarnacion with Kendrys Morales and Steve Pearce, and barely re-signed Jose Bautista, it was a relief to see the name Joe Smith, and the words “Signed with the Toronto Blue Jays” in the same sentence. Once the offseason began, the Blue Jays needed to add … Continue reading MLB: Joe Smith Signing Will Benefit the Blue Jays
Following a postseason in which the Toronto Raptors won two games against the Cleveland Cavaliers in the Eastern Conference Finals, and a strong 22-8 start to the the 2016-2017 NBA season, the Raptors are struggling. After 16 consecutive months of being the No. 1 or 2 team in the Eastern Conference, the Toronto Raptors see … Continue reading NBA: What’s Going on With the Raptors?