Ben Nicholson-Smith
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Covering the MLB and Toronto Blue Jays for Sportsnet since 2013, Ben Nicholson-Smith has established himself as one of the network’s leading baseball writers. Currently the baseball editor for sportsnet.ca, he also co-hosts the At the Letters podcast and regularly appears on Sportsnet’s television and radio properties.
Blue Jays end road trip on losing note, look to find stability in Buffalo
Ben Nicholson-Smith
Ultimately, it’s the standings that matter, and in a season where 16 playoff berths are up for grabs, moral victories can start to feel hollow pretty quickly for the Toronto Blue Jays as they prepare for their new home in Buffalo.
As Chase Anderson debuts, importance of depth on display for Blue Jays
Ben Nicholson-Smith
Blue Jays must be sure to preserve depth with roster deadline looming
Ben Nicholson-Smith
In a shortened season, teams face pressure to win every night. Yet alongside that immediate urgency, it’s more important than ever to preserve whatever depth they have.
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What surprise disruption in schedule means for Blue Jays' weekend
Ben Nicholson-Smith
Postponements have thrown the Toronto Blue Jays' weekend into slight disarray, but the team is doing their best to cope and to keep in game shape.
Blue Jays head into unexpected weekend off still seeking breakout at plate
Ben Nicholson-Smith
During 'scary time' for baseball, Blue Jays put together textbook win
Ben Nicholson-Smith
Tuesday's 5-1 win over the Nationals was a textbook effort for the Blue Jays: strong starting pitching, steady relief work and just enough offence.
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With pitching staff in flux, Nate Pearson set to join Blue Jays' rotation
Ben Nicholson-Smith
Shoemaker impresses for Blue Jays, but Rays rally off Gaviglio to win
Ben Nicholson-Smith
Why Blue Jays' Pearson decision is both understandable and infuriating
Ben Nicholson-Smith
The unspoken reason for Nate Pearson's omission from the Toronto Blue Jays roster is both understandable and infuriating. For baseball fans, that paradox is becoming all too familiar.