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Nylander refuses to be overshadowed by Matthews, Marner. [Read More]
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Over the years, Richard Falk has, among other criticisms, accused Israel of "ethnic cleansing." [Read More]
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Norway tops the rankings in the World Happiness Report released Monday. Canada was ranked seventh. The U.S. was ranked 14th. [Read More]
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There is no excuse for the sexual exploitation of a naïve teenager, writes Rosie DiManno. [Read More]
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Jays reliever can be scared and silly and stuck in the bathroom sometimes. [Read More]
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The left-hander took a comebacker off the bat of Detroit's John Hicks in the ninth inning. [Read More]
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Gibbons also surprised by Americans passing over AL ERA leader. [Read More]
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While the swing looked terrific, Blue Jays won't ask MVP third baseman to even DH until he can run the bases comfortably. [Read More]
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Reliever working on new pitch in spring games. [Read More]
Since arriving in Clearwater, Florida in 1975, the "Church" has acquired more than $260 million in property. [Read More]
'It can be good. It can be beneficial,' Gibbons insists. [Read More]
Outfielder thinks strikeouts are a result of not playing regularly. [Read More]
Team Israel courted Jays centre fielder, who declined for a few reasons including off-season thumb surgery and a drive to improve at the plate. [Read More]
Cuban Kendrys Morales, with no WBC to think about, has made a powerful first impression at the plate. [Read More]
Journeyman reliever Chris Smith might finally make a big-league appearance, after stops as distant as Buffalo and Brisbane. [Read More]
The Jays' closer is still just 22, and has a mouthful of metal to prove it, but he has the composure of a veteran reliever. [Read More]
Shortstop has been Tulo the tutor in the early days of spring. [Read More]
Blue Jays fly to Vegas and back to watch Thompson's failed attempt at UFC welterweight belt. [Read More]
The Vikings fan has more lines in the clubhouse and on the practice field than he did for TV series. [Read More]
Jays pitcher says he can't remember being hit in back on head by line drive against Rangers last fall. [Read More]
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