How will park closures affect​ athletes and summer leagues?
On March 25, Mayor John announced all Toronto playground equipment and other park amenities are off-limits. Tory tweeted out that the closures of Toronto parks is “part of our continuing efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19.” These closures also include sports fields, tennis courts, and dog parks. Athletes... Read more
Life (doesn’t) begin on Opening Day
AUDIO OpEd – It shoulda been Major League Baseball’s Opening Day, but today, fans are crying the blues. A month ago, supporters across the globe were looking forward to watching the boys of summer light it up. For one thing, many wanted to see the Houston Astros get their... Read more
Skedline Sports Cast – Wednesday, April 3rd, 2019
Skedline reporter Giovanni Siciliano brings you the top sports stories for today. Giovanni talks Leafs, Raptors, March Madness, Blue Jays and the CWHL, NWHL and NHLPA.     Read more
Toronto Blue Jays 2019 Season Preview
By: Giovanni Siciliano and Alex Figliomeni Skedline reporters Giovanni Siciliano & Alex Figliomeni cover the Toronto Blue Jays season opener. Expectations and storyline’s going into the season are some of the topics that our reporters cover.   Read more
Humber students react to Blue Jays’ profit from scalpers
Skedline reporter Katelyn Huras has the story. Skedline’s Erin Leite is the videographer. Read more
Rookie Review: Blue Jays are back
Here’s a new Rookie Review post, mainly focused on the Blue Jays. Mar. 8: The Blue Jays are back! Read more
Judge denies motion to ban Cleveland baseball team name and logo
By Melissa Krikke, Skedline.com Everyone brought their team today – well their A Team to court that is. Less than three hours before the ALCS Game 3 at the Rogers Centre, an Ontario Superior Court judge  has turned down an injunction asking for a ban on the use of... Read more