4:09 AM EDT, Tue August 21, 2018
ClutchPoints 5 hours ago
Raptors add former Cavs guard Kay Felder

Raptors add former Cavs guard Kay Felder

The Toronto Raptors have signed former Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Kay Felder. As reported by Sam Amick of USA TODAY Sports, the Raptors and Felder have agreed to a one-year partially guaranteed deal and will compete for the final spot in the team’s roster. The Raptors have made a late summer addition, Im told, adding Kay […] The post Raptors add former Cavs guard Kay Felder appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Toronto Sun 5 hours ago

Maple Leafs’ Dermott pumped to get going

Travis Dermott just enjoyed the kind of summer every Maple Leaf hopes for — the shortest holiday possible. A championship season with the farm-team Marlies after a taste of NHL playoffs and now back to work with an eye on bigger things this season. “It feels pretty good, like I never really left,” Dermott said […]
Baltimore Sun 6 hours ago

New group, same Toronto woes for Orioles in 5-3 loss to Blue Jays

In terms of personnel, this is a much different Orioles team than the one that failed to win a game at Rogers Centre this season in its first seven tries. The result in Monday’s series opener, however, was the same as the Orioles lost to the Toronto Blue Jays, 5-3, to fall to 0-8 north of the border...
Bluebird Banter 6 hours ago
Morales hits 2 homers and the Jays win

Morales hits 2 homers and the Jays win

Orioles 3 Blue Jays 5 Nice to see a well played game from the Blue Jays. The opponent might not be the greatest, but playing a good or bad team, it is nice to see them playing like they have seen the game before and understand it. Kendrys Morales hit 2 home runs and drove in 4 of our 5 runs. Neither home run was a cheapie. He’s brought his average over .250 and after the start he had this season, I would have better dollars to doughnuts that he wouldn’t come anywhere close to .250. And Kevin Pillar went 2 for 4, both doubles, driving in our other run. I did say that I’d bet players...
ClutchPoints 6 hours ago
Raptors adding Kawhi Leonard’s friend to staff

Raptors adding Kawhi Leonard’s friend to staff

The Toronto Raptors are bent on keeping Kawhi Leonard beyond this season and they even added a person closely connected to him to their staff, per ESPN’s Ian Begley. The Raptors hired former San Antonio Spurs staffer Jeremy Castleberry to be a part of the team’s coaching staff. Castleberry is known as a close friend of […] The post Raptors adding Kawhi Leonard’s friend to staff appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Bluebird Banter 9 hours ago
GameThread Game #125: Orioles at Blue Jays

GameThread Game #125: Orioles at Blue Jays

The Jays are back home and playing the Orioles again under an open roof. Life is good. We have some injury updates: #bluejays updates - Sanchez will start tonight at AA, Gurriel starting rehab games at AAA, and Drury got his cast off, now in a splint, reexamined in a week. If all goes well for Sanchez tonight, he is a possibility for Saturday vs the Phillies.— Dan Shulman (@DShulman_ESPN) August 20, 2018 Sean Reid-Foley has been sent back down, but it sounds like he will be up again very soon: Gibby: I think it’s been a good experience for SRF. Didn’t necessarily get the...
Editor In Leaf 10 hours ago

Toronto Maple Leafs: Huge Cap Hits Won’t be a Problem

The Toronto Maple Leafs still have to sign Auston Matthews, Mitch Marner and William Nylander. Until the Toronto Maple Leafs get the names of all three on a contract, people are going to speculate about offer sheets and trades, but they shouldn’t.  There is no chance the Leafs lose any of these players. The concern […] Toronto Maple Leafs: Huge Cap Hits Won’t be a Problem - Editor In Leaf - Editor In Leaf - A Toronto Maple Leafs Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Call to the Pen 13 hours ago

MLB Debut: Toronto Blue Jays trio leads week’s debuts

A trio of Toronto Blue Jays lead this weeks MLB debut list With plenty of players to make their MLB debut each week from now until the end of the season, we at Call To The Pen will start a weekly piece to review those players who debuted in the past week. This week was […] MLB Debut: Toronto Blue Jays trio leads week’s debuts - Call to the Pen - Call to the Pen - A Major League Baseball Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Bluebird Banter 13 hours ago
Poll Time: Do you approve of the job John Gibbons is doing?

Poll Time: Do you approve of the job John Gibbons is doing?

We haven’t done one of these in a long time, but I figured, with all the rumors that have been flying around about Gibby’s job that it might be a good time to ask. The team has been terrible lately, I’m not blaming Gibby. We have a mess at the moment. The starting rotation is, well I don’t know who the rotation is at the moment. If you see someone googling blisters, odds are they were part of our rotation. And we have have a pretty decent infield on the DL. Lourdes Gurriel should be back soon. Yangervis Solarte? I have no idea when he’ll be back. Brandon Drury? I’m doubting...
Editor In Leaf 14 hours ago

Toronto Maple Leafs: EIL Content Roundup August 20th

Even in the driest period of the offseason, there is still plenty to talk about when it comes to the Toronto Maple Leafs. As always, the EIL staff have been working overboard to keep you informed of every angle. With so many articles hitting the, as the kids say, interwebs, it’s easy for some to […] Toronto Maple Leafs: EIL Content Roundup August 20th - Editor In Leaf - Editor In Leaf - A Toronto Maple Leafs Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Waking The Red 15 hours ago
San Jose Earthquakes 1-1 Toronto FC: The good, the bad & the ugly

San Jose Earthquakes 1-1 Toronto FC: The good, the bad & the ugly

Too many faults to overcome the Quakes. The Good We won the Canadian Championship. Oops, wrong game... the match actually started on time. Maybe TFC home games can follow suit... the IPA ad at Avaya Stadium: “Beer Speaks. People Mumble. Speer Beaks. Meople Pumble”... the line of the match — Steven Caldwell describing Lucas Janson: “He looks pretty tasty.” Tasty?!... Toronto FC played very well, and held their defensive lines tight during the first 21 minutes... Alex Bono’s two saves in the first half... the build-up and passing that led to Janson’s goal... another shout-out to...
Editor In Leaf 16 hours ago

Toronto Maple Leafs: Less Than One Month to Go for First Game

The Toronto Maple Leafs will begin their pre-season in less than one month. On July 1st, when the Toronto Maple Leafs signed John Tavares, the anticipation for the upcoming season increased tenfold.  The Leafs have been so bad, for so long, that I don’t even remember a summer where people were so excited about hockey. […] Toronto Maple Leafs: Less Than One Month to Go for First Game - Editor In Leaf - Editor In Leaf - A Toronto Maple Leafs Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Sportsnet.ca 16 hours ago
Report: Maple Leafs shopping goaltender Calvin Pickard

Report: Maple Leafs shopping goaltender Calvin Pickard

The Toronto Maple Leafs are shopping goaltender Calvin Pickard around the league, according to James Mirtle of The Athletic. The post Report: Maple Leafs shopping goaltender Calvin Pickard appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Tip of the Tower 18 hours ago

Toronto Blue Jays: Time to give up on Josh Donaldson

Even with time fast running out, the Toronto Blue Jays still haven’t given up hope of finding a trade partner for three-time All-Star Josh Donaldson. At some point, you have to know when to let go in a situation. The Toronto Blue Jays have reached this stage with Josh Donaldson, but they keep hanging on, as if they […] Toronto Blue Jays: Time to give up on Josh Donaldson - Tip of the Tower - Tip of the Tower - A Toronto Sports Site - Maple Leafs, Blue Jays, Raptors, Toronto FC, Raptors and Argonauts
Bluebird Banter 19 hours ago
Game #125 Preview: Cashner vs Estrada

Game #125 Preview: Cashner vs Estrada

Orioles (37-87) vs Blue Jays (55-69) After limping through a sweep in New York, the Blue Jays head home to face a team that is much more their speed. The Jays begin a 3 game home series against the Orioles tonight, with the first pitch scheduled for 7:07 ET. Blue Jays’ Starter Marco Estrada, somehow still a Blue Jay, makes his 22nd start of the season tonight. He is 6-9 with a 4.87 ERA, right in line with his 4.88 FIP. Estrada’s first couple seasons in Toronto were marked by outperforming his FIP rather significantly, but his last two have not seen that level of success. He was able to...

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