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Female Sportsnet employees say they didn't feel comfortable reporting Gregg Zaun's offensive comments, behaviour

“I think he was able to get away with this for so long because as a woman at Sportsnet, you certainly didn’t feel empowered to report the inappropriate behaviour of a former professional athlete... especially to an all-male senior management team,” said one employee.

The Miami Marlins fired a scout who was recovering from cancer surgery and needed a kidney transplant

According to a report Friday, the Marlins told longtime scout Marty Scott that his contract would not be renewed. At the time, the 64-year-was in a hospital bed recovering from colon cancer surgery also in need of a kidney transplant because of diabetes.

Pioneering Star writer Alison Gordon honoured by Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame

Gordon becomes first woman to win Jack Graney Award for contributions to Canadian baseball

Blue Jays to honour former pitcher Roy Halladay in ceremony at 2018 home opener

Halladay died Nov. 7 at age 40 when the private plane he was piloting crashed into the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Florida.

Derrick Rose taking personal time away from Cavaliers to evaluate future in NBA: report

A team source told ESPN that Rose’s numerous injuries are “taking a toll on him mentally.”

Atlanta Braves stripped of 13 prospects, ex-GM John Coppolella gets lifetime MLB ban for violating signing rules

Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred said MLB’s investigation determined the Braves funneled extra signing bonus money to five players in 2015-16, circumventing international signing rules.

Baseball Hall of Famer Joe Morgan urges voters to keep steroid users out of Cooperstown

Hall of Fame second baseman Joe Morgan is urging voters to keep “known steroid users” out of Cooperstown. A day after the Hall revealed its 33-man ballot for the 2018 class, the 74-year-old Morgan argued against the inclusion of players...Show More Summary

Investigators release details from Halladay plane's data recorder

A preliminary report on the former Blue Jay's fatal crash placed no blame for the wreck. The plane itself was equipped with a parachute, but it was not deployed.

Jones, Thome and Vizquel among first-time candidates on baseball Hall of Fame ballot

About 430 ballots are being sent to eligible voters from the BBWAA, and a player must receive at least 75 per cent for election.

MLB will add pace of play rules, with or without union support, Rob Manfred says

A 20-second pitch clock and higher strike zone were proposed ahead of last season, but the players' association didn't agree to the changes.

Marlins’ Stanton edges Reds’ Votto for NL MVP, Astros’ Altuve takes AL honours

Canadian Joey Votto was a very close second in the NL voting, while Altuve was well ahead of second place finisher Aaron Judge.

Max Scherzer, Corey Kluber are Cy Young winners

Washington's Scherzer has now won award three times, while Cleveland’s Kluber has two.

MLB hopes for new Japan posting deal by next month

Agreement would allow Nippon Ham Fighters star Shohei Otani to start negotiations with big league teams.

Major League Baseball seeks shorter games

Jays president says make games faster is about “thinking about our future fans and the landscape we’re competing on.”

Torey Lovullo, Paul Molitor named managers of the year

Former Jay Molitor led Twins through huge turnaround as they improved from 59-103 to 85-77.

Boston Red Sox great Bobby Doerr, the oldest living ex-MLB player, dead at 99

Doerr, who was the Blue Jays’ batting coach in 1980, had a.288 lifetime average and helped the Red Sox to the 1946 World Series.

Anthopoulos lands on his feet in Atlanta: Arthur

Alex Anthopoulos will inherit wealth of prospects as Braves GM, and pay his respects to Roy Halladay in Clearwater.

Yankees’ Judge, Dodgers’ Bellinger unanimous rookie of the year picks

After breaking records for home runs by a rookie, the two sluggers become just the fourth pair of rookies of the year to be selected unanimously.

Halladay was teaching future Phillies 24 hours before he died

Halladay ended each session by giving the player a set of two books by Harvey Dorfman, the sports psychologist who saved his career.

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