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.
Inside top prospect Gabriel Moreno's journey to the Blue Jays lineup
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With his first game in the bigs on the horizon, Blue Jays catcher Gabriel Moreno is ready to show the world the talent and drive that have made him one of baseball's top prospects.
How Kevin Gausman built a career on one of baseball's best pitches
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How Moe Hasham uses hockey to help kids feel more at home, more themselves
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Chasing his dream to change teenagers' lives through sport, Hockey 4 Youth founder Moezine Hasham is making a "generational impact" — one story at a time.
How winning it all showed Alex Anthopoulos his work is far from done
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After a World Series win and a wild off-season, Atlanta Braves GM Alex Anthopoulos knows that once the first pitch of the 2022 season is thrown, all that matters is the future.
How a clubhouse confrontation changed the course of Robbie Ray's career
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Inside Mike Babcock's unexpected return to coaching
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He was once the best-paid coach in hockey, with a Stanley Cup and a pair of Olympic golds. So what is Mike Babcock doing behind the bench at the University of Saskatchewan? And has he learned anything from his fall from grace?
Leafs' Wayne Simmonds takes pride in impactful community involvement
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Wayne Simmonds has always had an impact on the local communities in which he's played as an NHLer, but returning to Toronto to inspire young, Black hockey players from his native Scarborough has taken on a deeper meaning.
Q&A: Blue Jays' Springer on adjusting to Toronto, the home run jacket
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How Jose Berrios is shaping the future of pitching in Puerto Rico
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Despite a rich history of star position players, Puerto Rico has yet to produce a genuine MLB standout on the mound. Blue Jays hurler Jose Berrios could change that — and inspire the island's next generation of pitchers in the process.