Saturday Jan. 20, 2018

Sports & Leisure

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Toronto - The Toronto Argonauts have taken another step toward qualifying for the 2007 Grey Cup championship in Toronto by securing a home playoff game for the 2007 Grey Cup Playoffs.  Argonauts playoff tickets can be purchased for as low as $30.
Toronto - With a 16-9 win over the Montreal Alouettes on Saturday at Olympic Stadium, the Toronto Argonauts have made the Grey Cup Playoffs for the sixth consecutive season and guaranteed themselves a home playoff game.
Toronto - Multi-Platinum Virgin/EMI recording artist Lenny Kravitz will headline the Rogers Grey Cup Halftime Show at the 95th Grey Cup in Toronto at Rogers Centre on Sunday, November 25, 2007, announced the Canadian Football League (CFL) and the Grey Cup Festival Committee yesterday.
Toronto - Looking for a fun way to spend a Saturday morning, while supporting a great cause? Why not attend the Leafs Fund Open Practice presented by Danone. Taking place Saturday, December 1 at 10:30 a.m., this interactive event gives hockey fans an opportunity to watch a Leafs practice at Air Canada Centre.

Leafs TV Goes Interactive

Toronto - Toronto Maple Leafs fans can now take it to the Net — the Internet — with Leafs TV Interactive. In partnership with Rogers Sportsnet, fans can subscribe to stream 50 regular-season Leaf games on their computer.

Blue Jays hire Gary Denbo

Toronto - The Toronto Blue Jays have completed their coaching staff for the 2008 season after hiring Hitting Coach, Gary Denbo. Denbo, 47, joins the Blue Jays from the New York Yankees organization where he was the Roving Hitting Coordinator.
Toronto - Toronto Maple Leafs forward Jason Blake woke up Tuesday morning with his head clearer than it's been in a while.
Toronto - The Toronto Blue Jays announce the 2008 home schedule, which kicks-off with the Boston Red Sox at Rogers Centre on Friday, April 4, 2008 (7:15 p.m.). This marks the third time the Blue Jays have faced the Red Sox at home on Opening Day (1991, 2005).
Toronto - Leafs TV announced Monday that Greg Millen will fill the void as lead game analyst on Toronto Maple Leafs regional broadcasts created by the departure of Harry Neale to Buffalo.
Toronto - The Toronto Blue Jays are pleased to announce the following players have been selected as this year's recipients of the R. Howard Webster Awards, recognizing the most valuable players at each of the Club's minor league affiliated teams.
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