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With Shapiro likely to stay, Blue Jays' murky future takes some shape
Shi Davidi
The apparent desire of ownership and Mark Shapiro for the future of the president and CEO of the Blue Jays to remain in Toronto removes one of the lingering questions about the team's future from the long list of uncertainties.
World Series Takeaways: Betts proves he's an offensive threat in Game 1
Ben Nicholson-Smith
Canucks' Gaudette hoping to prove himself worthy of Bure's No. 96
Iain MacIntyre
After a not-so-simple switch to Pavel Bure's No. 96, Adam Gaudette won’t let that switch diminish the determination that has been responsible for everything he has achieved so far with the Vancouver Canucks.
Six players who could have a significant impact on 2020 World Series
Jeff Blair
With the Dodgers and Rays set to meet Tuesday to open the World Series, Jeff Blair highlights six names who could play key roles when all is said and done. Catch Game 1 at 8 p.m. ET tonight on Sportsnet and SN NOW.
Canucks' belief in Jayce Hawryluk may be what his winding career needs
Iain MacIntyre
From Arozarena to Kershaw, plenty of questions ahead of 2020 World Series
Ben Nicholson-Smith
The Dodgers enter the World Series aiming for their first championship since 1988. For the Rays, the prize would be their first in franchise history. Along the way, key questions are set to be answered on baseball’s biggest stage.
NLCS Takeaways: Dodgers prevail in Game 7 classic, earn World Series berth
Arden Zwelling
It was nothing less than a classic. A tense, thrilling, back-and-forth contest between two uber talented teams fighting for a World Series berth. A lot of Game 7’s don’t meet the expectations placed upon them coming in. This one exceeded them.
ALCS Takeaways: Rays finally close lid on Astros to earn World Series berth
Arden Zwelling
NLCS Takeaways: Dodgers win pitching duel in Game 6 to stave off elimination
Arden Zwelling
With Saturday’s 3-1 victory over the Atlanta Braves, the Los Angeles Dodgers staved off elimination for a second-straight day and guaranteed that, like the ALCS, the NLCS would see a seventh game.