The coronavirus pandemic has stopped an international tradition in its tracks.
With an abbreviated Major League Baseball season now underway, the Toronto Blue Jays have found a place to play home games this season.
In response to recent lawsuits, the Canadian Hockey League (CHL) has appointed a panel to review policies pertaining to abuse, hazing, and harassment.
The Tigers’ Matthew Boyd will start against Sonny Gray of the Reds. The Jays will send Hyun Jin Ryu to the mound against the Rays’ Charlie Morton.
The Toronto Blue Jays will not be making Steel City their temporary home after all.
The Toronto Blue Jays have been denied the ability to play the shortened 2020 regular season at home and are now in the process of finalizing the next best option.
Maple Leafs kick off with exhibition game July 28 against the Canadiens, open first-round qualifier against Columbus on August 2.
The 2020 Jamieson Junior Golf Tour kicks off Tuesday morning at Seven Lakes Golf Course in LaSalle.
The NHL and NHL Players’ Association have ratified an agreement that will see the 2019-2020 hockey season completed in Toronto and Edmonton.
The return of Major League Baseball is a step closer to reality.