1. When the Dust Cleared, A.J. Burnett Was Left Lying on the Ground

    Much like the scene at the OK Corral, Roy "Doc" Halladay stood victorious. He allowed only a single run over nine innings and defeated his one time protégée A.J. Burnett 5–1 at the Rogers Centre...

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  2. NHL Playoff Preview: A Look at Teams Playing Today

    Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Philadelphia Flyers It doesn’t get any better than this, does it? Two teams that absolutely hate each other, a fan base that hates the other fan base—this series has all the ingredients to see bloodshed every night...

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  3. Getting It at the End: A Win the Rock Needed

    With no season on the line and talent evaluation at the forefront, the Rock showed up. It was Saturday, Apr. 18, and night at the Air Canada Centre. The visiting San Jose Stealth had already punched their playoff ticket...

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  4. Romero Shuts Down A's, Draws Ridiculous Comparison

    Ricky Romero is the next Johan Santana, and you can quote the great Jack Cust on that. “He’s got a bright future,” Cust said after Sunday afternoon’s game...

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  5. Toronto FC-Dallas: Toronto Loses After Controversial Late Penalty

    "I’m having a go at the referee today, because his performance was a disgrace." To say that Toronto coach John Carver was frustrated by the 3-2 loss to FC Dallas would be an understatement...

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  6. Time for the Strikers To Step Up as Toronto Heads to Dallas for Rematch

    Toronto FC meets Dallas tomorrow night at Pizza Hut Park for the first of three games TFC will contest in a week. Then it's back home to play Chivas US on Wednesday night and the Kansas City Wizards a week from tomorrow to conclude a busy seven days...

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  7. Toronto—Oakland: Overbay's Walk Off Brings Jays, Game, and Fans to Life

    For a game that started off based around the small ball the ending was much more powerful and much more dramatic. Lyle Overbay came up to bat with two outs and Jose Bautista on first...

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  8. AHL Playoffs-Marlies Winning Ways Continiue in Manitoba

    The Toronto Marlies now lead the Manitoba Moose 1-0 in the first round of the AHL Playoffs after beating them 3-2 in overtime in Manitoba Wednesday night. At least one Toronto team knows how to get it done...

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  9. To-RANT-Toe-Knee-In: Lost in the Shuffle!

    Make sure you tune in and listen to T.O. Sports Radio Show - Thursdays Night Throw Down hosted by Louis ”The King of Roncesvalles” Pisano, with regular guest Mark “The ...

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  10. Blue Jays Coming Home on Top

    It’s the start that no one saw coming, and with the offense firing on all cylinders it has been a promising start to the 2009 season for the Toronto Blue Jays...

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  11. Dallas-Toronto: Toronto Misses Chances, Dallas Secures Draw with Late Equaliser

    Toronto FC dropped two precious points yesterday as they failed to capitalise on several opportunities to add to a Dwayne De Rosario header in the 17th minute. A win would have taken the Reds to within a point of the top of the Eastern Standings...

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  12. Marlies-American: Marlies Ahead by a Nose, Tim Stapleton Sets Record

    The Toronto Marlies scored a late goal to tie the game, only to lose on a bad bounce in overtime 5-4, still gaining a much-needed point...

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  13. Toronto FC Look To Bounce Back Against Winless Dallas Team

    After last Saturday’s lack-luster display against Seattle, Toronto FC will attempt to improve against FC Dallas, the only team yet to pick up a point in the MLS this season...

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  14. Will the Toronto Maple Leafs Land Another Schenn?

    Ahh draft day, after trade deadline day, quite possibly the most exciting day in hockey. No matter how badly your teams season ended, NHL entry draft day offers every team hope for the future...

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  15. Tigers-Blue Jays: Cabrera's Two Home Runs Silence Blue Jays

    Sometimes, all it takes is one player with a hot bat, and on Wednesday night at the Rogers Centre, Miguel Cabrera had that hot bat for Detroit. His two home runs gave the Detroit Tigers their first win of the season, beating the Toronto Blue Jays 5-1...

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  16. The Long Road To The Championship

    Three weeks of spectacular March Madness came to a close as the Michigan State Spartans and North Carolina Tar Heels faced off in Detroit at Ford Field to battle for the NCAA National Championship...

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  17. Ljungberg and Jaqua Prove Too Much as Toronto FC Lose First Game of the Season

    "I thought it was a disgrace. I’m not going to make any excuses, I think we lost the game to the better side." These were the words uttered by Toronto coach John Carver in his press conference after the team had lost 2-0 to Seattle...

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  18. Justin Pogge Standing Tall: Marlies Take Out Top Team Twice!

    The Toronto Marlies won back-to-back games on the road over the weekend against the AHL-leading Manitoba Moose, Friday by a score of 3-1 and Saturday by a score of 3-2...

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  19. Sweet 16: Ranking the NHL's Goalies

    With the NHL regular season all but behind us, it’s a good time to take a look at which goalies were the best at their craft...

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  20. There's Something About Kobe

    Shaq might don a superman tattoo, but Kobe is the real superman in the NBA. Who else can escape rape charges, in house fighting and former ball hogging ways and be unharmed reputation wise? ...

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  21. Hometown Hysteria for the Final Four Participant, Michigan State Spartans

    www.TOsports.ca Yes, I’ll admit it, my early-season Final Fours picks were weak. One (Gonzaga, Sweet Sixteen), by its nature, was destined for inaccuracy. Rarely does choosing your favourite teams pay off...

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  22. Toronto-Columbus: Toronto Snatch Late Draw At Columbus

    www.TOsports.ca There’s an old saying, which goes along the lines of ‘I’d rather be lucky than good.’ This summed up Toronto FC yesterday as they etched out a 1-1 draw against the reigning MLS Champions...

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  23. Diminishing Salary Cap Breeds Possibilities for Toronto Maple Leafs in 2010

    With the 2008-09 season winding down, many teams are locking up playoff spots and preparing for a long run en route to a Stanley Cup championship. Sadly, for the fourth year in a row, the Toronto Maple Leafs will do no such thing...

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  24. Toe-RANT-Toe-Knee-In: Leafs, Raps, and Blue Jays Too!

    he hilarity of the Toronto Maple Leafs smok’in the Montreal Canadiens on Saturday night was beyond reproach, I haven’t seen a beating like that since Chris Brown smacked ...

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  25. Shake Your Head And Tear Up Your Bracket!

    www.TOsports.ca Much is made of the seeding process, who should be where, who should be ranked higher and so on. This time, the NCAA committee seems to have been on the mark...

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