SN 590 the FAN’s Eric Smith joins the show for the hour; It’s the return of Tim & Sid Blackjack, this time for Jays tickets; Sportsnet’s Stephen Brunt previews his upcoming special with James Hinchcliffe on his idol, the late Greg Moore
Hockey Night in Canada’s Kevin Weekes, former NHL veteran sits in for the hour; Sportsnet’s Jeff Marek weighs in on the dismissal of Alain Vigneault in Vancouver; Tim and Kevin look at the second round series that are in full swing in the NHL playoffs
Sportsnet’s Dirk Hayhurst drops by in studio to talk some Jays and prepare Tim to throw out the first pitch at tomorrow’s Jays game; Yahoo! Sports’ Marc Spears talks NBA playoffs and Frank Vogel’s seemingly odd decision to keep Roy Hibbert on the bench in
Red Wings’ television play-by-play voice Ken Daniels previews Wings-Blackhawks Game 4, a powerless Jeff joins the show by phone, and Greg reacts to Daniel Alfredsson’s defeatist comments.
John Garrett on the Canucks; Nathan MacKinnon on the Memorial Cup.
Thursday’s BC: @GloBlair and @TheGarfoose discuss the passing of long-time #BlueJays scout Epy Guerrero
Umpire Dale Scott’s controversial call on Toronto Blue Jays outfielder Melky Cabrera Tuesday night highlights a growing trend in baseball, strikeouts.
Jose Bautista, who has taken a lot of heat from the Blue Jays’ fan base, got the job done against the Tampa Bay Rays Wednesday, driving in all of Toronto’s four runs in the win.
Vitor Belfort is known as one of the pioneers of MMA, but his antics at a recent UFC post-fight press conference were out of character and potentially dangerous for one reporter.
The Toronto Blue Jays have struggled to get important hits when needed this season, but on Monday Edwin Encarnacion came through and changed that in a big way.
Another Juventus scudetto, a close call for AC Milan, Fiorentina over-achieving – these were just some of the major stories that unfolded during the Serie A season.
Masai Ujiri is a well-regarded executive who is familiar with Toronto and the challenges facing the Raptors organization, making him an ideal candidate to replace Bryan Colangelo.