Stephen Brunt
With more than 30 years of experience in sports media, author and award-winning journalist Stephen Brunt has seen and covered it all. Currently a columnist for sportsnet.ca and Sportsnet magazine, Brunt covers a wide range of sports on a daily basis, including baseball, boxing and hockey.
Blue Jays enter off-season weighing changes on two fronts
Stephen Brunt
Mark Shapiro and Ross Atkins have a daunting off-season ahead of them. On the one hand, they need to sort out the Blue Jays payroll and roster. On the other, they have to change the team's whole way of life.
Backlash against Colin Kaepernick all too familiar
Stephen Brunt
IOC's 'half-measure' on Russian doping leaves great question unanswered
Stephen Brunt
Just what would it take for the International Olympic Committee to throw an entire country out of the Games? That great question remains unanswered.
After Rio, Olympics headed for downsize
Stephen Brunt
The doom and gloom ahead of the Rio Games is par for the course and will clear once the competitions begin. But when all is said and done, a new reality awaits: The days of grand Olympics are gone.
Greatest sports rivalries: Muhammad Ali vs. Joe Frazier
Stephen Brunt
The endurance of Mr. Hockey: How Gordie Howe defied time
Stephen Brunt
The way Gordie Howe defied time, he made us believe that some things last forever.
Flip your bats, Blue Jays—but win games, too
Stephen Brunt
Blue Jays fans are fine with their team showing off and flipping bats. But if the players want to talk the talk, they need to back it up with some wins on the field.
Growing Up Ali
Stephen Brunt
The daunting predicament that the 2016 Blue Jays are facing
Stephen Brunt
With suspensions now doled out, the dust has settled from the Brawl in Arlington. But as a club in the murky middle ground of near contention, the problems are far from over for the Toronto Blue Jays.