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  • Out of the sunshine, into the future

    Ever since the boy from the desert first laced up skates, Auston Matthews has been chasing challenges. He’s about to face his biggest yet.
  • Don’t tell him he’s No. 2

    Putting Patrik Laine’s and Auston Matthews’ 19-or-under performances at the World Championship in perspective
  • The rest of the best

    With all the Canadian teams picking in the top 12 of a deep draft, Damien Cox runs down the best prospects available after Toronto and Winnipeg get their men
  • Clancy to Clark to Matthews

    Three decades later, a lunch with a pair of Leafs legends offers plenty of lessons for Toronto’s No. 1 pick
  • The $500-million man

    Bryce Harper wants to play ball and have fun. He also wants to be paid like no athlete has been before. Will it happen?
  • The pivot

    How former NCAA quarterback Anthony Alford left the gridiron behind and became the Jays’ No. 1 prospect
  • What it means to be a Raptor

    Yes, they won 56 games. And yes, they made the third round of the playoffs for the first time in franchise history. But the most important feat of the 2015–16 Toronto Raptors? They built a team identity, and it’s not going anywhere.
  • The Interview

    Blue Jays starter Aaron Sanchez on curveballs, splitting his pants and (not) talking umpires
  • Feschuk: With golf buddies like these…

    With the weather getting nicer, it’s time to hit the links. Just be careful when filling out your foursome.
  • Brunt: Back it up, boys

    Blue Jays fans are fine with their team showing off and flipping bats. But if the players want to talk the talk…