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Dodgers name ex-Jays GM Anthopoulos as VP of baseball operations

The Los Angeles Dodgers officially announced that former Blue Jays general manager Alex Anthopoulos is their new vice-president of baseball operations. Earlier reports said that the Montreal native would join the Dodgers front office, but it wasn’t yet known what he’d be doing. Anthopoulos left the Jays in October after their first playoff run in Read More

NFL to discuss potential return to Los Angeles

NFL owners are holding a series of talks with the league, with signs pointing to bringing football back to Los Angeles. Reports say the St. Louis Rams, the San Diego Chargers and the Oakland Raiders are holding two days of meetings, with an announcement to follow any time now. Coincidentally, the St. Louis Rams used Read More

Ken Griffey Jr., Mike Piazza elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

Ken Griffey Jr. is headed to Cooperstown; the 13-time All Star was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame with a record-high 99.3 percent of support from the baseball writers’ electorate. Also elected was former Mets catcher Mike Piazza with 83 percent, the only other player to exceed the 75 percent requirement for election. Both Read More

Ex-Jays GM Anthopoulos to join Dodgers’ front office, say reports

Reports from ESPN and Fox Sports say former Blue Jays general manager Alex Anthopoulos has been hired in a front office position with the Los Angeles Dodgers. What he’ll be doing isn’t yet known, but it does confirm an earlier statement by him that he would return to baseball. The 38-year-old Anthopoulos shocked Jays fans Read More

Finland beats Russia to take gold at World Juniors

Finland has won the IIHF World Junior Championships; the host country took gold by defeating Russia 4-3 in overtime at the final in Helsinki. The bronze medal went to the USA, who crushed Sweden 8-3. (Image source: CTV)

Manny Pacquiao to retire from boxing in April

Filipino boxing great Manny Pacquiao will be hanging up his gloves soon. He confirms that he will be retiring in the spring to focus on a political career in the Philippines. Pacquiao, who lost that high-profile challenge to Floyd Mayweather back in May, had a boxing career lasting more than 20 years, with 57 wins, Read More

Blue Jays named Canadian Press Team of the Year

The Toronto Blue Jays have been named the Canadian Press Team of the Year for 2015, as chosen by broadcasters and editors. And perhaps it’s no surprise: the Jays won the American League East title this past season, before ending a 22-year playoff drought. They went on to beat the Texas Rangers in the AL Read More

Ex-Blue Jay Jose Reyes charged with domestic violence

Former Blue Jays shortstop Jose Reyes was arrested in Hawaii and charged with domestic violence. Police say he was staying at a resort with his wife Katherine late last month when they started arguing. He then allegedly grabbed her by the throat and threw her into a glass door. Reyes’ current team, the Colorado Rockies, Read More

ALCS: Price to start for Jays in must-win Game 6 at Kansas City

It’s do-or-die for the Toronto Blue Jays as they enter Game 6 of the American League Championship Series against the Kansas City Royals at Kauffman Stadium. David Price is starting for the Jays, while the Royals send Yordano Ventura to the mound. (Image source: Toronto Star)

Jays to rekindle rivalry in ALCS opener against Royals in Kansas City

The Toronto Blue Jays begin Game 1 of the American League Championship Series against the Kansas City Royals, tonight at Kauffman Stadium. Starting tonight are Marco Estrada for the Jays against Edinson Volquez for the Royals. (Image source: The Score)

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