Baseball reporter for National Post.
The ever bubbly Deck McGuire extends himself.
Stretchin' it out with Jose Bautista.
Travis Snider provides some stock footage on photo day. The heavy-duty discussion topic: his 'stache.
Good morning from Dunedin: Photo day for Escobar and Jays, workouts delayed until 11 a.m.
Deck McGuire (6-foot-6) and his catcher, Johnny Mac (5-foot-10).
Outfield prospect Moises Sierra has been working out at third base. Not a conversion, just a trial.
Johnny Mac after his spring debut behind the plate. He'll be emergency backup to Arencibia and Molina.
Good Saturday morning from Dunedin.
The $64-million man rejoined his teammates Friday morning after an eventful week.
Ricky Romero turns wind sprints into a race with his fellow pitchers.
Jon Rauch in his first bullpen session of the spring.
Jesse Litsch's new look.
Adam Lind and Edwin Encarnacion show off the Jays' new defensive formation at first base.
Jose Molina leads Jays' catchers in discussion at spring training Feb. 17. New bench coach Don Wakamatsu (middle) is a veteran catching instructor.
Herewith, my personal messenger brings you season's greetings. Thanks for following and engaging!
Ron Roenicke, hired today as Brewers' manager, interviews nephew Josh for a Toronto radio station in August 2009.
Saints were with him: Tim Lincecum in Toronto in June, wearing bracelet made of tiled images of Catholic saints.
Josh Hamilton at Rogers Centre, back in May. Tonight, soaked in Canada Dry ginger ale.
Nelson Cruz, posing for me at Rogers Centre, back in May. Tonight, soaked in Champagne.
Vladimir Guerrero, pre-Game 5, ALCS: the smile of a man who is one win from the World Series
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