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 senior writer.
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Why the Negro Leagues story is more important now than ever
David Singh
We spoke to Bob Kendrick, president of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, about Hank Aaron, the reclassification of the Negro Leagues as a major league, and the stories left to be told.
Hank Aaron's talent, courage built a bridge for future Black stars
David Singh
Blue Jays’ Davis looking for ways to bring about constructive change
David Singh
Jonathan Davis knows that, when it comes to making a real impact, not everyone can be as outspoken as LeBron James. But this off-season, the Blue Jays outfielder has committed to doing his part in his community.
How 'Let's Go' became the exclamation of choice for MLB celebrations
David Singh
You've heard it time and time again. When a hitter blasts a home run or a pitcher strolls off the mound after a key strikeout, that familiar celebration echoes through the ballpark: "Let's go!" Why that phrase in particular? David Singh spoke to current and former players to find out.
Inside the fight to get Herb Carnegie into the Hockey Hall of Fame
David Singh
After season on the road, Blue Jays' Montoyo returns home at last
David Singh
After more than 90 days on the road, Blue Jays manager Charlie Montoyo finally returned home to the family he couldn't see for months on end.
Why Phillippe Aumont gave up pro baseball to become a farmer
David Singh
COVID-19 brought regular life to a halt in North America back in March. Unlike most ballplayers, for Canadian pitcher Phillippe Aumont it never resumed.
How Manny Malhotra became one of the NHL's most promising young coaches
David Singh
Q&A: Waubgeshig Rice on far-reaching impact of Washington team name change
David Singh
Anishinaabe author Waubgeshig Rice remembers struggling with the Washington NFL team's name growing up. Now he's thankful his sons won't have to.