Shi Davidi
@shidavidi
Boasting an extensive national and global journalism career, Shi Davidi joined Sportsnet in 2011 as a MLB Insider and columnist for sportsnet.ca. As one of Sportsnet’s leading baseball insiders, Davidi brings fans the latest news from the Toronto Blue Jays clubhouse and from around the major leagues.
Canada baseball notebook: Jim Henderson considering run at MLB
Shi Davidi
Canadian right-hander Jim Henderson is considering another run at the big leagues, buoyed by a restorative summer off and a brief stint with Aguilas de Zulia in Venezuela’s winter league.
Why I broke my own Baseball Hall of Fame voting rule
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Curtis Granderson signing gives Blue Jays depth, ability to add more
Shi Davidi
One of mantras for the Toronto Blue Jays this off-season has been depth and adding Curtis Granderson is the latest piece added to the mix.
Blue Jays to expand protective netting around home plate at Rogers Centre
Shi Davidi
The Blue Jays are expanding their protective netting behind the seats around home plate, running a camouflaged-coloured mesh from the end of one dugout to the other.
Blue Jays sign Donaldson, buying time before bigger decision
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Blue Jays, Donaldson avoid arbitration with record $23M deal
Shi Davidi
Josh Donaldson established a single-season payout record for arbitration-eligible players by settling on a $23-million, one-year deal with the Blue Jays.
Men's non-NHL Olympic hockey team built to win the 'Canadian Way'
Shi Davidi
There are no NHLers representing Canada in men's hockey at the 2018 Olympics, but there is a long list of players who turned a "no" into a "yes" and they will be determined to come away from South Korea with a gold medal, and do it the Canadian Way.
Blue Jays announce Mike Mordecai as quality control coach
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Schneider promoted to double-A as Blue Jays finalize MiLB staffs
Shi Davidi
John Schneider will manage the double-A New Hampshire Fisher Cats this year, a promotion the former catcher earned while working with several top Toronto Blue Jays prospects at advanced-A Dunedin last season.