David Singh
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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 senior writer.
Troubles persist for Springer, Blue Jays after move from leadoff spot
David Singh
The Blue Jays have needed more from George Springer all season long. That's been clear and evident. But on Saturday morning, the club issued perhaps its strongest language and action yet underlining that fact. 
With Blue Jays in need of offence, Joey Votto poised for return to minor-league games
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How Blue Jays' Berrios is helping aspiring players in Puerto Rico
David Singh
Jose Berrios is now a star in his own right, but he never forgot his encounter with hero Ivan Rodriguez. That, in turn, helped inform some of his philanthropic work today.
Twins' Woods Richardson appreciates lessons he learned from Aaron Sanchez
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Simeon Woods Richardson, who starts Saturday for the Twins against the Blue Jays, is in the midst of a strong year. Some discussions with Aaron Sanchez last year provided valuable advice.
Blue Jays’ Vogelbach struggling to make most of limited playing time
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Could Rodriguez injury pave way for Manoah’s return to Blue Jays?
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The Blue Jays placed starter Yariel Rodriguez on the 15-day injured list with thoracic spine inflammation on Tuesday. It's a roster move that creates intriguing questions for the club and also intensifies the spotlight on right-hander Alek Manaoh, who dominated in his latest triple-A outing. There are a few moving pieces here and plenty to consider, so let's dive right in.
Milk’s gone bad: How nutrition changed the career of Blue Jays’ Justin Turner
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When Justin Turner broke his left wrist in 2018, he didn't know it would actually end up extending his career. David Singh tells us what happened next.
Dodgers' James Paxton still finding himself through injury-riddled journey
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How Blue Jays third base coach Carlos Febles helped mould Mookie Betts
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Betts was a fresh-faced 20-year-old when he played for Febles, who managed the Boston Red Sox single-A affiliate Greenville Drive. Even to this day, the educational exchanges between the two don't stop.