Peter Gammons: Toronto building a new culture

DUNEDIN, Fla.—In many ways, Toronto has returned to its Pat Gillick glory days these last two years. They made the playoffs for the first time since the world championship team9 in 1993. They won 11 more games in 2015-16 than any other A.L. East team, attracted 6.1M fans into Rogers Centre, on most nights had more […]

Oh Canada!!

Ever since the Expos left Montreal, the Blue Jays have taken over as the baseball team of choice throughout Canada. With no postseason participation since the early 90’s, October 2015 has moved baseball back to the forefront of Canadian culture. It is now a duty as Canadians to drop everything that you are doing and watch the […]

Coffee and Clippings: Ben Cherington out as GM in Red Sox shake-up

Nick Cafardo (@nickcafardo) of the Boston Globe on the hiring of Dave Dombrowski and what that means for both the Red Sox and Ben Cherington going forward… Dombrowski is expected to hire a general manager to replace Cherington. USA Today speculated that former Braves GM Frank Wren could be a candidate because Dombrowski has known and […]