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What to expect from the Blue Jays' training camp in Toronto
Arden Zwelling
With the Toronto Blue Jays opening training camp next week, the team will look to figure out what an abbreviated camp will entail, where it will play its home games, and how it’ll handle any COVID-19 related absences.
Blue Jays get OK from government for camp at home, but uncertainty remains
Shi Davidi
Canadiens' Julien has sights set on winning games, not draft lotteries
Eric Engels
Claude Julien understands some Canadiens fans' interest in the chance to add Alexis Lafreniere. But if his team is able to return to play, the veteran coach will be focused on one thing alone: winning.
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Blue Jays await federal exemption letter after getting OK from health officials
Shi Davidi
As the Toronto Blue Jays work through the summer camp intake process in Dunedin, Fla., they are only a federal government exemption letter away from shifting their training north to Rogers Centre.
Plenty of work still to be done before NHL can restart in Toronto, Edmonton
Chris Johnston
Canada Day both a turning point and time for reflection in sports world
Stephen Brunt
Canada Day in sports has long meant Blue Jays baseball, NHL and MLB free agency, and so many other things. So what’s to come this summer will be a new experience for all of us.
Blue Jays' talks with Martin set to pick up with Torkelson signed
Shi Davidi
Talks between the Toronto Blue Jays and first-rounder Austin Martin are expected to pick up after No. 1 pick Spencer Torkelson signed a record deal with the Detroit Tigers on Tuesday.
Blue Jays' ongoing limbo makes them MLB test case in COVID-caused chaos
Shi Davidi
Olympic participation part of NHL/NHLPA CBA negotiations
Elliotte Friedman
As negotiations between the NHL and NHLPA hit critical mass, word is spreading that Olympic participation is part of the agreement.