1. Chuck Swirsky vs. Matt Devlin: Who's Your Favourite Toronto Raptors Announcer?

    The Toronto Raptors have had a total of five different TV play-by-play announcers beginning with John Saunders and Dan Shulman in 1995...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about almost 3 years ago 1,511 reads 12 comments

  2. Toronto Blue Jays' New Logo: Ranking the Top 5 Logos in Team History

    With many questions, rumours and leaked photos surrounding the new Logo of the Blue Jays , it is time to assess and rank the best logos in team history. It seems that the new logo has been created to try and reinvigorate fans from the glory days...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about almost 3 years ago 3,041 reads 3 comments

  3. Russell Westbrook: Should the Toronto Raptors Try to Make a Move for Him?

    With the news that Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook continually butted heads during the 2011 playoffs many have began to wonder about Westbrook’s future in Oklahoma City...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about almost 3 years ago 1,823 reads 16 comments

  4. Daniel Alfredsson: The Return of the Ottawa Senators Most Beloved Player

    Daniel Alfredsson will finally rejoin the Ottawa Senators after a seven month layoff. Tonight the Senators play their third preseason game at home against their long-time rival the Montreal Canadiens ...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about almost 3 years ago 82 reads 4 comments

  5. Toronto Blue Jays: Is Adam Dunn a Good Fit for This Team?

    Many Blue Jays fans are clamouring for a big bat. To compete in the tough A.L East, you need to have some big bats able to put up some big numbers in a hurry. I personally don’t think Edwin Encarnacion is the best solution for the Blue Jays at DH...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about almost 3 years ago 1,812 reads 19 comments

  6. Toronto Raptors: What Is the Market for Andrea Bargnani and Amir Johnson?

    As we hopefully get this season off the ground, it is important to look at the squad we have and wonder what sort of value any of our pieces have on the open market versus what services they provide the Toronto Raptors ...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about almost 3 years ago 3,823 reads 33 comments

  7. Ottawa Senators: What Can They Expect from Nikita Filatov?

    Nikita Filatov came to the NHL with much fanfare. Before the 2008 draft, Filatov was considered the top ranked European skater by the NHL Central Scouting Bureau...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about almost 3 years ago 638 reads 3 comments

  8. Toronto Blue Jays: Has Kelly Johnson Done Enough for a New Contract?

    Kelly Johnson will be a free agent at the end of the season. When he was acquired from the Arizona Diamondbacks, many speculated that he was brought to Toronto for a change of scenery ...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about almost 3 years ago 957 reads 13 comments

  9. Andrea Bargnani vs. Dirk Nowitzki: How They Compare After 25 Years of Life

    Andrea Bargnani is 25 years old, and many have already clamoured that he has peaked. Since he was drafted, he has always been compared to German forward Dirk Nowitzki ...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about almost 3 years ago 341 reads 11 comments

  10. Ottawa Senators 2012: Where Do the Sens Rank in the Tough Northeast Division?

    When trying to predict each division and how it will play out, the Northeast might be one of the toughest. Every team in the Northeast has improved, and it is always one of the most competitive divisions in the league...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about almost 3 years ago 467 reads 8 comments

  11. Boston Red Sox Collapse: 10 Things It Means for the Yankees

    Every year the race for the division title in the A.L East is exciting to the end. Clearly, this year is no different...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about almost 3 years ago 7,008 reads 6 comments

  12. Ottawa Senators: Should They Trade Daniel Alfredsson?

    This season for the Senators is one focused on retooling the franchise and rebuilding a once proud franchise back to respectability...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about almost 3 years ago 474 reads 2 comments

  13. Ottawa Senators: Jason Spezza Is Working with Andy O'Brien.. What Can We Expect?

    Jason Spezza , as we all know and love (or hate), has skills that very few possess in this league. He has hovered around the one point per game average for his career (526 GP, 532 PTS)...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about almost 3 years ago 340 reads 2 comments

  14. Brett Lawrie: 18 Current and Past Third Basemen His Career Could Resemble

    When discussing Brett Lawrie, there are many people who expect him to become the next great 3B and possibly the best 3B in Toronto Blue Jays history. His statistics to date give credence to that theory...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about almost 3 years ago 2,627 reads 7 comments

  15. Toronto Blue Jays: What Can We Expect from Dustin McGowan This Season and Next?

    After watching the interview with Dustin McGowan before the Jays game, I began to wonder how he would fare in September this year and how much that would play into 2012. I remember a couple years back, everyone was in love with McGowan ...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about almost 3 years ago 686 reads 6 comments

  16. Toronto Blue Jays: Henderson Alvarez or Luis Perez? Who You Got?

    With questions remaining from my pitching forecast for 2012 , new developments have occurred that could reshape the Blue Jays starting rotation. Henderson Alvarez has been dynamic in his last two starts...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about almost 3 years ago 907 reads 13 comments

  17. Toronto Raptors: How to Build with What We Have: Bargnani, DeMar and Valanciunas

    The Raptors have some solid pieces on their roster. They have some big men to build around and some accompanying talent in the back court. The biggest issue I have seen with this team over the past couple of seasons is the lack of real direction...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about almost 3 years ago 8,152 reads 26 comments

  18. Toronto Blue Jays: 6 Reasons Why Brett Lawrie Will Be an All-Star in 2012

    Brett Lawrie is an absolute beast. He has played 20 games since his call-up and has dazzled since day one. He is a likeable guy, and there is no reason that he cannot continue to improve his game in the offseason...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about almost 3 years ago 1,801 reads 4 comments

  19. Toronto Blue Jays: How Playing the AL East Yankees & Red Sox Affects Their Team

    The Toronto Blue Jays play in the toughest division in all of pro sports. There is no other division that houses two of the top five teams every year...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about almost 3 years ago 693 reads 10 comments

  20. New York Jets: 6 Burning Questions Answered for the 2011 Season

    The Jets have such high hopes for the 2011 season. Rex Ryan is a confident man who believes in his squad and so he should...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about almost 3 years ago 1,496 reads 11 comments

  21. Travis Snider: Will He Ever Succeed with the Blue Jays?

    For a 23-year-old kid, Travis Snider has really been the focal point of Blue Jays chatter. He came to the Blue Jays with a solid pedigree and instantly became a top prospect in the organization...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about almost 3 years ago 1,224 reads 11 comments

  22. Blue Jays Trade for Kelly Johnson: What This Means for the Future

    Aaron Hill and John McDonald have been traded to the Arizona Diamondbacks for Kelly Johnson . In my previous article I mentioned the real possibility of Kelly Johnson becoming a Jay, and here it is...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about almost 3 years ago 58 reads 21 comments

  23. Toronto Blue Jays: Forecasting 2012 Opening Day Pitching Staff Decisions

    As promised in my Opening Day batting lineup piece here is a forecast for the Blue Jays Opening day pitching staff. The Blue Jays pitching staff has been young and up and coming for years...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about almost 3 years ago 1,619 reads 14 comments

  24. Toronto Blue Jays: Forecasting 2012 Opening Day Lineup Decisions

    Since the Rasmus trade and the Lawrie sighting, the Blue Jays have been winning at a 59% clip and have won four of their last five. Rasmus and Lawrie are two excellent young pieces that this franchise can be happy about...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about almost 3 years ago 4,985 reads 104 comments

  25. NFL Free Agency: Is Kevin Kolb Better Than Kyle Orton? Not Really

    What makes Kevin Kolb better than Kyle Orton? I have often wondered what makes Orton that kid that no one wants on his team. He performs well, exceeds expectations, and yet seems always to be casted off for a "better" replacement...

    Stephen Brown Written by Stephen Brown about almost 3 years ago 209 reads 3 comments