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 staff writer.
Oral History: The groundbreaking Tyler Seguin, Super Mario Bros. tweet
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When it comes to contract announcements, the Dallas Stars changed the game last week with their Twitter video featuring Tyler Seguin as Super Mario. The creator of the viral post, along with some observers, broke it down for Sportsnet.
Guardians of the genuine: Inside the world of MLB authenticators
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Big Read: How Roberto Alomar is building Puerto Rico's baseball future
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In the wake of Hurricane Maria, the greatest second baseman ever is using the focus and drive that got him to the Hall of Fame to revitalize baseball in Puerto Rico.
Blue Jays players among many who want changes to MLB cleat policy
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Toronto Blue Jays players have received many warnings for their violations of MLB's cleat policy. As a result, several players believe the rules desperately need to be changed.
Ex-Files: Edwin Encarnacion's season a mixed bag so far
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Hentgen recalls front-row seat to '93 Gaston-Mussina all-star spat
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Exactly a quarter century has passed, but Pat Hentgen vividly remembers the front row seat he had to the infamous Cito Gaston-Mike Mussina all-star game controversy back in 1993.
Yankees' Torres exemplifies risk-reward nature of MLB trade deadline deals
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Contending teams over the next few weeks will be debating deals that relinquish blue chip prospects in exchange for two-plus month rentals. Gleyber Torres is a recent example who'll no doubt make those front offices weary when considering such trades.
No room for running: The summer ritual many pitchers have abandoned
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Big Read: Meet the barber who keeps the Blue Jays looking sharp
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From a tiny basement shop to regular appearances in the Blue Jays locker room, Joshua Diamante has become the man Toronto's professional athletes trust with their hair.