Michael Hoad
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Michael currently works as an Associate Editor at Sportsnet.ca, specializing in basketball and baseball. Prior to joining Sportsnet, Michael graduated from Wilfrid Laurier University with an honours degree in sociology before receiving a graduate sports journalism diploma at Centennial College.
5 potential MLB blockbusters: Which ace starters could be on the move?
Michael Hoad
Several impact starters should be available at the MLB trade deadline. Here are the five biggest names that could be moved, including Toronto Blue Jays left-hander J.A. Happ.
Report: Yankees, Mariners interested in Blue Jays' Happ
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5 potential MLB blockbusters: Top tier relievers available
Michael Hoad
As we move towards the July 31 non-waiver trade deadline, here are five of the most noteworthy relievers who could be dealt this summer.
Maple Leafs announce Newfoundland Growlers as new ECHL affiliate
Michael Hoad
The Toronto Maple Leafs have announced the Newfoundland Growlers as their new ECHL affiliate for the 2018-19 season.
5 potential MLB blockbusters: Donaldson among best available bats
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Capitals' Smith-Pelly speaks out against Trump
Michael Hoad
The NFL-champion Philadelphia Eagles won't be visiting the White House to celebrate their Super Bowl victory, and should the Washington Capitals win the Stanley Cup, don't expect forward Devante Smith-Pelly to make the trip to Pennsylvania Avenue, either.
Marchessault on Wilson hit: 'The league's going to take care of it'
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Washington Capitals forward Tom Wilson finds himself in the spotlight once again after another controversial hit.
Blue Jays pitching prospect Romano promoted to triple-A
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Blue Jays' Axford plays role of couples counsellor
Michael Hoad
Toronto Blue Jays reliever John Axford found himself in a predicament completely unrelated to baseball during Friday's victory over the Philadelphia Phillies.