Chapter I Chapter II Chapter III Chapter IV Chapter V Chapter VI The Tim Tebow CFL Chronicles A THREE MILLION-YARD FOOTBALL ODYSSEY by Jon Bois I. Rogers Centre II. Toronto III. Ottawa River IV. Québec V. Labrador Sea VI. Greenland I. Show More Summary
Blue Jays beat the Tigers—but only after 19 whole innings of play. SPOTTED BY: Twitter user Jason Lamptey. WHERE: Rogers Centre WHEN: Sunday, August 10, approximately 7:37 p.m. WHAT: Six hours and 37 minutes after the game started, the Toronto Blue Jays emerged victorious from their match-up with the Detroit Tigers. Show More Summary
The Toronto Blue Jays were celebrating Canada Baseball Day at the Rogers Centre on Sunday for their game against the Detroit Tigers, and they had a special guest to throw out the first pitch. Linda Ruth Tosetti, Babe Ruth's granddaughter, threw out the first pitch before Sunday's game. Show More Summary
The great Roger Federer had spent the better part of four sets and three hours carving up the court with his volleys, hitting all these balletic backhands, and he was not quite ready to leave. Not with 15,000 people in Centre Court.
Pippa Middleton looks classy and chic while attending the men’s singles final between Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer on centre court during day thirteen of the Wimbledon Championships on Sunday (July 6) in London, England. The 30-year-old younger sister of the Duchess of Cambridge‘s beau Nico Jackson was also spotted at the finals, which was [...]
Well, that was quite a final, wasn’t it? Another five set classic on Centre Court, starring Roger Federer and a […]
So much for the demise of men's tennis' Big Four. On Sunday, Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic will once again play in a Grand Slam final, taking to the legendary Centre Court with their eyes set on the 2014 Wimbledon Championship. For Federer, this will no doubt be the biggest match of the season. Show More Summary
Wimbledon’s grand champion will return to Centre Court on Sunday for a shot at his eighth men’s title. Two years after his last win, fourth-seeded Roger Federer of Switzerland will take on top-seeded Novak Djokovic of Serbia in the 2014...Show More Summary
Two of the best of their generation -- or any other -- take to Centre Court on Sunday as Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic square off for the 2014 Gentlemen's singles title at Wimbledon. For the 10th time in a tournament final and the...Show More Summary
LONDON--Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer, two household names, will take to Centre Court on Sunday to play for the 2014 Wimbledon gentlemen’s singles title. Which player will have the upper hand? In what has all the makings of a blockbuster showdown, Federer will seek his record-setting eighth Wimbledon title. Show More Summary
It flies directly in the face of the next era knocking on the door, but Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer will take Centre Court in London on Sunday for perhaps their last marquee dance. In a season that has been ripe with new faces and...Show More Summary
LONDON—What did they expect from Andy Murray? That he was another Roger Federer or Pete Sampras? That he was going to repeat as Wimbledon winner? That because the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were at Centre Court, screaming and grimacing,...Show More Summary
What a difference 475 miles makes. The same Blue Jays team that couldn't get out of their own way last week in the Bronx barreled through the Yankees on their home turf Monday night at Rogers Centre, cruising to a lopsided 8-3 win.
The Championships at Wimbledon have taken place since 1877, crowning renowned players like Pete Sampras, Roger Federer, and the Williams sisters over the last few decades. This year, Magellan Jets’ Centre Court Private VIP Suite Package,...Show More Summary
Scottish tennis player Andy Murray took some time out from the French Open to name his football Dream Team of tennis stars. Murray named himself up front, Jo-Wilfried Songa at full-back for his pace, Rafael Nadal at centre mid, and placed female star Amelie Mauresmo in right midfield. Murray got stuck on 10, unable to [...]
British architect Richard Rogers reflects on his most famous work to date, Paris' Centre Pompidou: "It was just typical of the general reaction of the people, especially during the design and construction stage: destroying their beautiful Paris. On the other...
Every weekday’s end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not to miss. The Argos‘ lease at the Rogers Centre expires after the 2017 season. But never fear! Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment has been planning to involve the team in a revamped BMO Field. Except that now MLSE has […]
Every weekday’s end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not to miss. You might not know it from the lack of local beer (or Canadian beer, for that matter) at the Rogers Centre, but Toronto is home to a number of fine breweries. If you would like to start […]
The voice of the Rogers Centre talks voice-over work, his favourite players to announce, and what happens when a crowd turns ugly. When you take in a ballgame, it’s Tim Langton’s voice you hear introducing your favourite player when he walks up to bat, reminding you not to smoke indoors, and encouraging you to get up for the seventh-inning stretch. Show More Summary
Kitty Cohen doesn't let her age stop her from living life to the fullest. With her children, grandchildren and friends cheering her on, the 101-year-old grandma jogged out to the mound at the Rogers Centre to throw out the first pitch...Show More Summary