David Singh
@ByDavidSingh
David Singh has been working in journalism for over a decade, holding positions at MLB.com, The Canadian Press and Metro News, among other companies. He joined Sportsnet in 2015 as a digital editor and now serves as staff writer.
Marcus-Stroman
Trade Deadline winners and losers: One final twist in Stroman-Sanchez saga
David Singh
Marcus Stroman comes away as a loser after his trade to the Mets, while Aaron Sanchez might just get the career revival he needs with the Astros. Here’s a closer look at some other teams in the ‘W’ and ‘L’ columns.
Bo Bichette on Blue Jays: ‘I’ve done everything they asked me to do'
David Singh
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Q&A: You Can Play exec talks NHL Pride, transforming sport
David Singh
The hockey landscape for LGBTQ athletes is shifting rapidly. We talked to You Can Play's executive director about what's changed and what's still to come.
Former Blue Jays share what champion Raptors can expect from T.O.
David Singh
After the Blue Jays took home titles in 1992 and '93 it ushered in an enduring, indelible respect and admiration for those players that's still felt to this day. Now, the Raptors will have their turn experiencing the depth of what it means to win in Toronto.
'Winning ain’t given to you': Blue Jays greats on growing pains of losing
David Singh
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Like Steve Kerr before him, Nick Nurse gaining admirers under Finals spotlight
David Singh
With five championships as a player, and three more rings in his first four seasons as a head coach, Steve Kerr has lived and thrived in the spotlight. Nick Nurse, on the other hand, is just stepping into it, and creating his own legacy as he does.
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How Raptors 905 'grind' prepared VanVleet, Siakam for NBA Finals
David Singh
Fred VanVleet, Pascal Siakam and Norman Powell are among several Toronto Raptors who cut their teeth with the club's G League affiliate, but now figure to play important roles as Toronto chases its first title against the Golden State Warriors.
Meet the woman tasked with making baseball more diverse
David Singh
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At home with James Paxton, the best Canadian in baseball
David Singh
After a career-best season that included a no-hitter in his home country, James Paxton is now a New York Yankee and ready to become MLB’s most prominent Canadian.