Baseball reporter for National Post.
Canada Day rehearsal, 10:40 a.m., Rogers Centre,
Still going strong at 72, Braves coach-consultant Bobby Dews is in his 38th year with the Braves organization.
Former Braves manager Bobby Cox chats with Jays bench coach Don Wakamatsu before series finale in Atlanta.
Former #Jays rookie of the year Eric Hinske always seems to find a job with a contender. (Bos, TB, NYY, ATL)
Ex-Jay Tom Henke brought laughter (and a few tears) to his induction speech at Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame.
Jays reliever Frank Francisco, getting into the spirit of '70s Night at the Rogers Centre.
Jays’ right-fielders, past and present: Shawn Green and Jose Bautista chat during batting practice. Green here promoting his new book.
Joey Bats and Damaso Marte in another example of illicit pre-game fraternization so decried by Joe Torre.
The Joey Bats election campaign is picking up steam.
Yes, Juan, you're hitting .400 during an 11-game hit streak, but hey, that thing you just hit was no triple.
The unfailingly accessible Joey Bats obliges another fan. Before today's game, he obliged many more.
Nice day for a game of baseball here in the Bronx.
"Just let it go, George. You don't even NEED a glove. You're not gonna play in the field again. Just try to hit."
Could Mariano Rivera be reminding Octavio Dotel never to face another left-handed batter?
As a few Yankees take early BP, His Majesty overlooks the proceedings.
The last man to trade away Brett Wallace chats with the onetime Jays prospect before Friday's game.
Since there seems to be an abiding fascination with the newest Jay, another view …
New Jay Eric Thames couldn't stop smiling when he arrived at Comerica Park. For story link, see previous tweet.
Harmon Killebrew, RIP: I took this in Washington's Griffith Stadium on photo day as a kid in 1959 or 1960.
You probably didn't know this, but Jim Leyland's glare can stop a baseball in mid-air.
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