Berrios shines in debut, continues run of strong Blue Jays starting pitching
Arden Zwelling
With his strong outing Sunday, Jose Berrios fit right in to a Blue Jays rotation that has been churning out strong starts over the last five days.
Canada's future is bright, but present is everything at Tokyo 2020
Michael Grange
Canada's time is now to rewrite history vs. U.S. in Olympic semifinal
John Molinaro
While the Canadian women's national team has slowly improved as the tournament has continued, the United States has looked mediocre so far. So is this the best chance Canada has at triumphing over the Americans?
Springer, Manoah gaining comfort a crucial development for Blue Jays
Shi Davidi
George Springer finding his comfort zone bodes well for the Toronto Blue Jays, who will need him to deliver on the roughly win-and-a-half of production he’s projected to deliver over the final third of the season, but similarly important is Alek Manoah, both in the short and long term.
By adding Berrios, Blue Jays make big bet their best has yet to come
Ben Nicholson-Smith
Blue Jays celebrate homecoming, choose to live for now with Berrios trade
Shi Davidi
Amid a maelstrom of excitement and pressure created by the intersection of the trade deadline and the Blue Jays' homecoming, the team made a high-stakes choice. Yes, the price was high, and yes, the risk is too. But as baseball returned to Toronto, the Blue Jays decided to live for here and now.
Blue Jays deliver uplifting victory in charged-up Rogers Centre homecoming
Arden Zwelling
It was Opening Day in July and after all the anticipation and pre-game pageantry, the Toronto Blue Jays delivered in front of a lively, charged-up Rogers Centre crowd for the first time in a long time, overcoming the Kansas City Royals 6-3.
With bold trade for Jose Berrios, Blue Jays prioritize present over future
Shi Davidi
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After pandemic hardships, Blue Jays' homecoming a symbol of restored normalcy
Shi Davidi
While the Blue Jays' extended displacement paled in comparison to the widespread suffering caused by COVID-19, their return carries a wider significance for a country cautiously emerging from lockdown. Live coverage of Toronto's homecoming begins at 7:07 p.m. ET on Sportsnet.