The Western Star
New diamond welcome for growing baseball program in Stephenville
Get used to it: Jays likely to get even younger before they get better
Jays manager Montoyo and Red Sox skipper Cora united in their Puerto Rican bonds
Rhiann Ward blazes trail as first ever female head coach in Corner Brook Baseball Association history
Pillar gone, Grichuk extended and Jays extend losing streak to three in busy day at Rogers Centre
STEVE SIMMONS: Superman Pillar was an original who ran out of time with Jays
SIMMONS: These are his Blue Jays and it's time for Mark Shapiro to prove himself
This is the real beginning for Mark Shapiro and Ross Atkins. The first home opener that truly belongs to them. The time we start to find out who they are and how capable they will be in bringing the Blue Jays back to some kind of relevance. The ...
Blue Jays' bats go quiet in opening day shutout loss to Tigers
It was just Game 1 of 162 so why not start with a glass half full look at the Blue Jays opening day loss before a sleepy non-sellout crowd at the Rogers Centre. Pitcher Marcus Stroman was borderline brilliant in allowing two hits over seven ...
10 burning questions as Blue Jays rebuild looks to get off the ground
It is supposed to be the time of year for optimism, the belief that, no matter how far-fetched, somehow you are following a team worth watching and, if all goes well, one that will be playing meaningful baseball late into summer. For the first ...
STEVE SIMMONS: It's not about who is starting opening day for Blue Jays, it's about who's finishing in September
Charlie Montoyo can’t stop smiling. He is smiling throughout his pre-opening day news conference. He is smiling on the field, holding a bat, as his team goes through batting practice. He is smiling — and he is, he says ...
JACK TODD: With Stephen Bronfman in charge, Expos' return is closer than ever
“I think we’re close.” With those words, as optimistic as any he has uttered, Stephen Bronfman Monday evening pointed his finger as squarely at the once and future Montreal Expos as he ever has. “There’s a feeling ...
Blue Jays' Montoyo remembers five seconds of fame in Montreal
Of the more than 56,000 seats at Olympic Stadium — less than half of which were occupied for the Blue Jays-Brewers exhibition Monday night — Charlie Montoyo purposely plopped down in his favourite for his pre-game chat with the ...
Kippens sisters Shilo and Devaro Chislett are shining in baseball once again
Shilo and Devaro Chislett are no strangers to elite baseball since arriving in Kippens from their hometown of Ranken Inlet, Nunavut, seven years ago. Shilo, the older of the two, recently had an incredible experience as one of only 27 Canadian ...
Corner Brook man feeling blessed after support from community during cancer treatments
Gary White is feeling pretty blessed these days. Late last year, White was diagnosed with cancer of the larynx and underwent 35 radiation treatments at the Dr. H. Bliss Murphy Cancer Centre in St. John’s. His final treatment was on Feb. ...
Fencing and ground mix approved for Stephenville baseball field
It looks like a new baseball field is going ahead in Stephenville. Council members in attendance at Thursday’s regular general meeting approved requests for quotations for baseball field fencing and for infield mix – the ground used on ...
PHOTOS: Corner Brook Minor Baseball League winter session
An U14 girls session of the Corner Brook Minor Baseball Association’s winter program at the Corner Brook Civic Centre annex on Tuesday night. And Pike successfully hauls in a throw from Welshman. ...