Evan Rosser
Evan Rosser is a senior editor at Sportsnet. He lives in the woods with his wife, daughter and dog.
Angola's prison rodeo offers inmates a death-defying taste of freedom
Evan Rosser
Every Sunday in October, the inmates of Louisiana State Penitentiary get to experience a rare and dangerous form of escape. Inside Angola's prison rodeo.
On the field for Joe Carter's World Series-winning home run
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The oral history of the Toronto Blue Jays' 1992 World Series win
Evan Rosser
It was the fall of 1992, and the Toronto Blue Jays would not be denied. This is the story of the team's first World Series title — in the words of the men who waged it.
Inside the '92 ALCS that redefined the Toronto Blue Jays
Evan Rosser
Seven years after choking away a 3–1 ALCS lead, the Blue Jays found redemption. This is the story of the series that finally got them over the hump.
Making the iconic Simpsons episode 'Homer at the Bat'
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Becks Dudley is living one of sports’ greatest comeback stories
Evan Rosser
Once a teenage prodigy, Becks Dudley picked up a squash racquet again after years of drugs and drinking and many nights living on the streets — and won a provincial championship. This is her story.
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Why Nick Vieira risks it all for the world's most dangerous sport
Evan Rosser
Canadian caver Nick Vieira spends most of his days underground, putting his life on the line to explore parts of the world no other person has ever seen.
Nick Nurse’s 30-year path to head coach of the Raptors
Evan Rosser
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Why ‘Thug’ Rose Namajunas could be bigger than Ronda Rousey
Evan Rosser
She isn’t a pedigreed wrestler, judoka or kickboxer. Instead, Rose Namajunas is “all of MMA,” a fighter who represents the present and future of her sport.