Stephen Brunt
With more than 30 years of experience in sports media, author and award-winning journalist Stephen Brunt has seen and covered it all. Currently a columnist for sportsnet.ca and Sportsnet magazine, Brunt covers a wide range of sports on a daily basis, including baseball, boxing and hockey.
Why Blue Jays president Mark Shapiro isn't afraid to be disliked
Stephen Brunt
Mark ​Shapiro and Ross Atkins were met with skepticism, at times even with outright hostility. Whether that’s fair to them or not is, in some ways, beside the point.
How former Patriots star Gronkowski is figuring out life after football
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How Dana White became the most powerful man in MMA
Stephen Brunt
You don't have to love the UFC's ascendance, but you have to acknowledge it and the man who spearheaded its growth into a mainstream sport.
How a turbulent 2019 shifted the ground under Canadian sport
Stephen Brunt
In a year of extreme highs and lows, uncomfortable revelations forced the sport that defines this country to grapple with how to better reflect it moving forward.
Debut season sets up next challenges for Blue Jays, Montoyo
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Andreescu's storybook U.S. Open run stands alone in Canadian sports lore
Stephen Brunt
As a country, Canada has entered uncharted territory. You can start searching for comparables, but they just aren’t really there. Because emotionally, even if it might never be so sweet and fresh and beautiful again, there’s nothing to dread here. Instead sit back, savour what we’ve just witnessed, and imagine the journey to come.
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Remember the Year of Kawhi as a perfect sports fable
Stephen Brunt
When the news broke late Friday night that Kawhi Leonard would be signing with the Los Angeles Clippers, it’s touching and telling that the larger reaction was not one of anger, but of gratitude.
Why Christine Sinclair has unfinished business at the 2019 World Cup
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Charlie Montoyo's hard-fought road to the Blue Jays dugout
Stephen Brunt
Stephen Brunt traces the gripping, grinding and, at times, terrifying path that took Charlie Montoyo from the diamonds of small-town Puerto Rico to the manager's seat in Toronto.