What Teoscar Hernandez had to forget to regain prospect status
Shi Davidi
At the end of a disappointing 2015 season, Teoscar Hernandez did a lot of navel-gazing about what had gone wrong. But thanks to some hard work, a positive attitude and a short memory, the Toronto Blue Jays outfielder can't wait to return to the big leagues.
TFC's Michael Bradley: 'We feel like we can beat anybody'
John Molinaro
While Wrigley experience is great, Blue Jays need wins not moments
Shi Davidi
The Wrigley Field experience is truly a worthwhile one. The bottom line for the Toronto Blue Jays, however, is the team needs wins more than anything else right now, memorable Wrigley moments included.
Breaking down the worst of NBA's new Nike jerseys and uniforms
Dave Zarum
With a new manufacturer, Nike, all 30 NBA teams will wear new uniforms this season. Dave Zarum and jersey expert Chris Creamer take a look at some of the worst we've seen so far.
Premier League: What you need to know this weekend
John Molinaro
Wrigley Field's mystique conjures up quirky memories for Blue Jays
Shi Davidi
Wrigley is romanticized more than any of the game’s other grand cathedrals, its unique features and quirks, highlighted by the ivy-covered brick walls of the outfield, lending itself to the imagination in ways that give it extra cache.
How Josh Donaldson resuscitated his season in just 19 days
Arden Zwelling
In just a 16-game span Toronto Blue Jays star Josh Donaldson has completely resuscitated his season after fighting through injury problems that had hindered him from performing at his usual elite level.
Blue Jays beat Rays to remain on fringe of playoff race
Ben Nicholson-Smith
Charlottesville hits close to home for TFC captain Michael Bradley
John Molinaro
Don't mix politics and sports? Toronto FC captain Michael Bradley thinks that's wrong, telling Sportsnet that everybody has the responsibility to speak out, including athletes, in the aftermath of Charlottesville.