1. COMEBACKS ARE SWEET, JAYS SWEEP O'S

    The announcers had said that it was a perfect night for baseball. If the first two games of the Blue Jays-Orioles series was any indication of how nerve-wracking games have been at ...

    Dan Verhaeghe Written by Dan Verhaeghe about 6 years ago 181 reads 0 comments

  2. Brett Favre Fallout: All-Time Tear-Jerker Retirements

    When I heard that Brett Favre was retiring for real, I had to choke back the tears until I could no longer. For an hour, in a horridly cold dorm room I cried face down into a pillow...

    Dan Verhaeghe Written by Dan Verhaeghe about over 6 years ago 1,222 reads 8 comments

  3. Roger Federer Stunned by Youngster Andy Murray

    People have come to believe that when it comes to the first-round in any tennis tournament on the ATP tour, Roger Federer will advance to the next round. I'm sure when Andy Murray stepped on the court today, he probably felt the odds were against him.

    Dan Verhaeghe Written by Dan Verhaeghe about over 6 years ago 1,968 reads 5 comments

  4. Toronto's Offense Shaky in Spring Training Action

    The words "poor" and then "offense" comes to mind when you think of the Blue Jays. Two runs in two games for the slacking bats. It is only the second game of spring training, but I think it might be a problem if this trend continues...

    Dan Verhaeghe Written by Dan Verhaeghe about over 6 years ago 588 reads 1 comments

  5. Toronto's Forgotten Pitcher: Jesse Litsch

    Someone forgot about Jesse Litsch. I remember his sparkling debut against the Baltimore Orioles. Eight and 2/3 IP, one earned run. What a beginning for a 22-year-old kid. Yeah, he struggled after that...

    Dan Verhaeghe Written by Dan Verhaeghe about over 6 years ago 405 reads 1 comments

  6. Why the Blue Jays Are the Team to Beat in the AL East

    The American public and media do not recognize Toronto for what they're truly worth. But it's understandable, I guess. The 1993 season was the last in which the Blue Jays amounted to anything...

    Dan Verhaeghe Written by Dan Verhaeghe about over 6 years ago 970 reads 21 comments

  7. Bud Selig Lays Down the Hammer on Performance Enhancing Drugs

    Arguably, the Commissioner of Baseball took a very strong stance on the issue of performance enhancing drugs Tuesday morning with a rather vague 16-page report on the issue...

    Dan Verhaeghe Written by Dan Verhaeghe about over 6 years ago 698 reads 1 comments

  8. Chargers, Volek Show Why They Should Not Be Forgotten

    The San Diego Chargers were the underdogs. But you have to remember, they had already beaten the Colts once this season, and this one time was when they picked Manning six times...

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  9. Why the Blue Jays Should Swap Troy Glaus for Scott Rolen

    TORONTO -- The 2002 World Series MVP Troy Glaus is almost certainly going to be out of a Toronto Blue Jays uniform in the next few days. Reports suggest that the power-laden Glaus is going to be traded for the seven-time gold glover, Scott Rolen of the St

    Dan Verhaeghe Written by Dan Verhaeghe about over 6 years ago 1,181 reads 0 comments