Sittler at 65

By HOWARD BERGER TORONTO (Sep. 17) — If this is what senior citizenship looks and sounds like, sign me up. There is no reason to wait for an official number. Darryl Sittler always made me feel good as captain of the Toronto Maple Leafs in the latter half of the 1970′s — my teenage years. […]

Blue Jays Pitching Has Flattened

By HOWARD BERGER TORONTO (Sep. 10) — We have told you in this space, without equivocation, that the Blue Jays are going to experience a hiccup or two during the September pennant chase. Their diaphragms are in spasm right now for a couple of reasons: a) the typical ebb and flow of a long baseball […]

These Blue Jays Like None Other

By HOWARD BERGER TORONTO (Aug. 24) — It is official. At no point in their 39–season history have the Toronto Blue Jays so thoroughly dismantled an opponent over the course of three games. It happened this weekend in Anaheim against a one–time contender that now plays Little League defense. The Blue Jays sliced up the […]

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