Kevin GlewRegaled with stories about Mickey Mantle by his father when he was growing up, Kevin Glew has always preferred baseball to hockey. His interest in the sport blossomed after he endured a bone-chilling wind on the bench seats down the right-field line at Toronto's Exhibition Stadium on Oct. 5, 1985 to witness the Blue Jays secure their first division title. Over the past decade, Kevin's work has been featured in Baseball Digest, Baseball America and on MLB.com.
With his chances of returning in 2018 essentially slim and none, a long goodbye to Toronto slugger Jose Bautista kicked off Tuesday night as the Blue Jays began their final homestand of the season. more »
With 55 homers, Giancarlo Stanton needs six in the final 12 games to match Roger Maris's hallowed 1961 total of 61. He's targeting 61 because that record stood for 37 years before Mark McGwire broke it during the era tainted by steroids more »
Nearly two decades after the height of the Steroids Era, Major League Baseball is on track to break its season record for home runs on Tuesday. There were 5,663 home runs hit through Sunday, 30 shy of the record set in 2000. more »
With NHL training camps in full swing, talk for the next few weeks will shift to each team's top prospects, position battles and how certain established players might fare coming off a disappointing 2016-17 season. more »
The Toronto Wolfpack's debut season ended with a promotion to the second tier of English rugby league. But what comes next after a year of lopsided scores, transatlantic road trips and fans in wolf onesies? more »
With less than five months to go until the 2018 Olympics in South Korea, Team Canada is bolstering its support staff by adding three former Olympians who will serve as mentors for the athletes competing. more »
The Toronto Blue Jays announced Wednesday afternoon through a news release that they have signed 34-year-old starting pitcher Marco Estrada to a one-year extension worth $13 million US. Estrada has won two of his three starts this month with a 1.80 ERA. more »