2016 Sport Addiction Canadian Year in Review

Canada is heading into its 150th year and just before the sports landscape in the country as Canadian sports took on a bigger role on the international scene.

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2017 World Juniors Report (Day 1)

The IIHF is always trying to grow the sport yet they continue to go back the well in the World Juniors as Canada is one of the few countries that will actually fill the seats. 

There’s no Spying in Baseball

As a Torontonian and a Blue Jays fan I have followed the plight of the Jays for years but recently there has been some hope. After the Jays hired Alex Anthopoulos they began to slowly turn things around. Then came Jose Bautista who hit a league leading 54 HRs in 2010 and began to enter into the conversation for the best player in the MLB. This was a major surprise as Bautista became a start almost overnight going from a journeyman to a HR king in his first year with the Jays. Of course as the MLB is attempting to recover from the Steroid era the questions began to flow about whether Bautista had some unnatural help. Bautista crushed these rumours as he passed every drug test he had ever gone through and explained that the change in his offence came from his new timing mechanism that the Jays coaches gave him.

Tuesday Morning QB (CFL Week 5)

The CFL finished its fifth week as the season is in full swing and certain things begin to change as teams look to the conference races. There is still plenty of time in the 18 game season but in the CFL change comes quick. With B.C. continuing to look for help on defence expect new players to come in and out until they win. The Argonauts will also be looking for some help as they wait for Stephen Jyles to return in four weeks. Meanwhile Winnipeg and Edmonton continue to find success and are looking to continue the success and make the playoffs.

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