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Siegel: Jobs on the line in Leafs crowded forward contingent

Daniel Winnik arrives in Toronto with a task of competing for forward minutes, much like he did in Anaheim last year. And he won't be alone. From David Booth and Mike Santorelli to Petri Kontiola and Matt Frattin, the Maple Leafs are loaded with hungry players who want to secure a spot on the big club. TSN Maple Leafs reporter Jonas Siegel explains what these players will have to do to impress as training camp begins. ...more

MacArthur: Stroman pleads innocence after suspension

Marcus Stroman finds himself on the wrong side of baseball's law and, pending the outcome of an appeal, will serve a six-game suspension for Monday night's incident involving Orioles' catcher Caleb Joseph. As Scott MacArthur of TSN Radio 1050 writes, the theme of Stroman's argument will be to dispute the claim he intentionally threw in the area of Joseph's head. ...more

Jack: TFC's Bezbatchenko on Defoe, Ibra, Nelsen and much more

This week Toronto FC GM Tim Bezbatchenko celebrates a year in charge of the MLS club. He sat down with TSN's Kristian Jack recently to reflect on his journey to that point and what has transpired since. ...more

Wileman: Whitecaps try to fend off Timbers for playoff spot

It is crunch time for the Vancouver Whitecaps. With six matches remaining the 'Caps currently hold the fifth and final playoff spot in the Western Conference - but their postseason chances could look very different by Saturday night. TSN soccer analyst Luke Wileman explains that the game in Portland will be Vancouver's biggest of the season so far. ...more

MacArthur: Anthopoulos hedges on Gibbons' future

Hours before his Blue Jays dropped an 8-2 decision to the now-American League East champion Orioles, general manager Alex Anthopoulos was asked to clarify whether John Gibbons would return as manager in 2015. Gibbons indicated on Monday he wasn't certain of his future. "He's under contract," said Anthopoulos. TSN 1050 Blue Jays reporter Scott MacArthur has more. ...more

MacArthur: Rasmus opens up about Jays tenure, future, past

Before Tuesday's middle game at Oriole Park, TSN.ca sat down with Colby Rasmus for a discussion about his season, what's gone wrong and what lies ahead beyond his days in Toronto. Much has been said and written about Rasmus, including in this space, and this was an opportunity for Rasmus to share his thoughts without interpretation. ...more

Siegel: Leafs duo hope to fulfill NHL dream together

They were three years old at the time, sitting in the dressing room of a West Toronto rink, about to learn to skate. Best buddies and teammates for the better part of the last seventeen years, Connor Brown and Matt Finn have seen their paths converge once more. As Jonas Siegel of TSN Radio 1050 writes, both are competing for jobs with the Toronto Maple Leafs. ...more

MacArthur: Gibbons cites defence as Orioles' advantage

Toronto Blue Jays manager John Gibbons likes to claim he doesn't read what gets written. But recently he saw an article detailing the key difference between his Blue Jays and the Baltimore Orioles. As Scott MacArthur of TSN Radio 1050 writes, Gibbons admits defence has been key. ...more

Suitor: A closer look at the injuries to CFL quarterbacks

What is going on with our starting quarterbacks? Over the last two weeks, four starters have gone down, and two are probably lost for the season. As TSN's Glen Suitor writes, maybe it's time that head coaches start instructing their franchise players to avoid taking unnecessary hits. ...more

Legal Look: The Vikings' reactivation of RB Peterson

Last week, news broke that Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was indicted by a Texas grand jury on a charge of child abuse. The Vikings elected to deactivate Peterson for Sunday's game against the New England Patriots, but announced on Monday the running back would be reactivated for next week's game against the New Orleans Saints. How did we get here and what's next? TSN legal analyst Eric Macramalla explains. ...more

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