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Ferguson: Blue Jays' trade options could be limited

Even if the Toronto Blue Jays were to add a piece for their stretch run via a trade acquisition before the August 31st waiver trade deadline, their options on the trade market could be severely limited. TSN 1050's Scott Ferguson explains why. ...more

MacArthur: Marathon win sends Jays to crucial series victory

Nineteen innings. Six hours and 37 minutes. Eight pitchers and fourteen position players used, some making as many as 10 plate appearances, to secure a 6-5 victory and a series win over the Detroit Tigers. As TSN Blue Jays reporter Scott MacArthur writes, the longest game in franchise history may turn out to be key for the Jays as they race for the playoffs. ...more

MacArthur: Jays answer tough loss with big win

The Blue Jays took a kidney punch on Friday night and needed less than 24 hours to deliver a counter blow to the Tigers, setting up a Sunday afternoon rubber match between one-time rivals that find themselves in the throes of different playoff races. As TSN Blue Jays reporter Scott MacArthur explains, Toronto was buoyed by finally earning a walk-off win in comeback fashion. ...more

MacArthur: 'They all hurt' but this loss hurts more

R.A. Dickey said it best after Casey Janssen's disastrous ninth inning coughed up a 4-2 lead and sent the Blue Jays to their sixth loss in seven games, a 5-4 defeat to the Tigers. "They all hurt," said Dickey, who stood to win after tossing six innings of two-run ball. Scott MacArthur of TSN Radio 1050 has more. ...more

MacArthur: Scuffling Jays enter difficult stretch

The Blue Jays entered their three-game series with the American League Central-leading Tigers losers of five of six, a slide that's dropped the club five games behind the Orioles for the division lead and a half-game behind the Royals in a cluttered race for the second wild card spot. Scott MacArthur of TSN Radio 1050 has more. ...more

Forde: United we stand, in divisions we fall

Established before World War II, when the Grey Cup was actually contested between the champions of two completely separate leagues, The CFL's divisional format is not the right method for determining playoff seedings in today's league. CFL on TSN analyst Duane Forde explains why the current format doesn't work and some ways that it can be fixed. ...more

Weeks: DeLaet overcomes injury to contend at PGA

First it was the flu and now it's his neck. It's remarkable in itself that Graham DeLaet was able to complete 36 holes at the PGA Championship but even more amazing that he's within shouting distance of the lead. ...more

Butler: It's U20s - Come all ye Canadian football faithful!

Once again, Canada is hosting a FIFA tournament and once again, the visitors' crowd looks and sounds a lot more boisterous than the red and white faithful. And as TSN Radio 690 soccer analyst Noel Butler writes, no manner of moaning and laying blame with the Canadian Soccer Association will change this. ...more

Ferguson: Looking back at Jays' history of August trades

While waiting with anxious anticipation to see if the Blue Jays pull off any deals between now and the August 31 waiver deal deadline, Scott Ferguson of TSN Radio 1050 decided to look back and see just how many swaps they have pulled off during the "Dog Days" month and how fruitful the deals have been. ...more

Phillips: Losing Lawrie highlights moves Jays didn't make

This week, TSN Baseball Analyst Steve Phillips addresses the Jays' loss of Brett Lawrie, Nationals manager Matt Williams' two differing responses on Bryce Harper, the challenges that lie ahead for baseball's new commissioner and what to do about ballplayers who use PEDs. ...more

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