Mike Wilner takes your calls and we hear from manager John Gibbons after the Blue Jays fell 10-8 to the Baltimore Orioles.
April 23, 6 pm: Jesse Katz, Don Banks
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In this hour Tim and Sid talk more basketball and are later joined by Rob Pizzo of Hockey Night in Canada to talk about the latest happenings in the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Later in the hour, Donnovan Bennett sits in with Tim and Sid as they bring forth an
In the last hour of Tim and Sid, the boys talk Jays’ attendance at the Rogers Centre because of the Raptors’ game going on simultaneously. They discuss the lack of celebration of Albert Pujols’ landmark homerun, and the experience of Wrigley field in Chi
Got Game’s Bryan Calhoun spoke to Blue Jays’ third baseman Brett Lawrie about being on the cover of “MLB 14 The Show.”
The Toronto Raptors played a physical game against the Brooklyn Nets Tuesday on the way to evening their first-round series, and Greivis Vasquez was a big part of that intensity.
Improving their screen-and-roll defence is just one of the adjustments the Raptors have to make if they hope to bounce back from game one’s 94-87 loss.
As all but one of Canada’s NHL clubs miss the playoffs, front office changes are being made, each with the hope of bringing about a ‘culture change.’ What does that mean? Not much.
Despite effectively neutralizing the experience difference between both clubs for the first three quarters, the Nets veteran savvy eventually proved to be too much for the Raptors in game one.
Dropping four of their last five games, the Brooklyn Nets seem to have engineered a first-round meeting with Toronto. The Raptors haven’t missed the slight and they’re using it as fuel.