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JONES: Canadian back to playing baseball in Korean League
It was 4:07 a.m., Sunday when the mystical dragon responded from Incheon. Which is to say that was the time on this side of the ocean the first baseman of the SK Wyverns connected from South Korea. SK is the conglomerate that sponsors the team. ...
JONES: CFL commissioner Randy Ambrosie fumbled federal funding request
Randy Ambrosie hasn’t made many gaffes in his first few years as Canadian Football League commissioner. But in blurting out an inflated top-end figure of $150 million from the federal government, he fumbled his football league. It took the ...
JONES: NHL draft debate not exactly fuelling fans' fire
Sometime in the next few hours or days but not weeks, the NHL Board of Governors will deliver the verdict on the NHL Entry Draft. And it’s strange when you think about it. Considering this is a sport that makes our blood boil and elicits ...
JONES: Hubbard stands by choice to forego 2020 NFL draft
It wasn’t exactly an Academy Award type of ceremony. And when it came time for the official presentation, there wasn’t even a Fed-Ex truck pulling up to Chuba Hubbard’s place in Stillwater, Okla., to so much as even toss the Jon Cornish Trophy ...
JONES: Top trainer Robertino Diodoro keeping Alberta on horse racing's map
If this keeps up, Robertino Diodoro may end up being the biggest thing in Alberta thoroughbred horse racing since legendary jockey Johnny Longden. Diodoro, who began his career as a trainer for a decade at Northlands Park, has won the top ...
JONES: Eskimos reach out to community in time of need
You can call it bringing the community together while we’re forced to be apart. I call it City of Champions. First there was an idea that came from within the Eskimos organization during social distancing a couple of weeks ago that nobody in the ...
JONES: Football in Alberta stuck on a hope vs. nope teeter-totter
When you’re on the Canadian COVID-19 sports beat, you keep bouncing back and forth between hope and nope stories. There was a lot of nope in April as event after event cancelled for 2020. There’s hope on the horizon for the NHL, NBA, NFL and ...
JONES: Yes, golf can save your life
In the hours since the announcement that golf courses would be allowed to open this weekend to lead off Stage 1 of the COVID-19 Alberta Re-launch Plan, how often have you heard the following words? “After being self-isolated at home all ...
JONES: Eskimos cut longtime equipment manager in temporary layoffs
On the same day the award arrived honouring the longest serving member of the Edmonton Eskimos organization as Football Alberta’s ‘Volunteer of the Year’, Dwayne Mandrusiak was laid off. With Mandrusiak about to enter his 50th season as the most ...
JONES: Golf leads off, horse racing on deck
First golf! Then horse racing? When it comes to sports that certainly looks like the top of the batting order in the COVID-19 Alberta relaunch plan. Golf was expected to get the leadoff position in Stage 1. But it turned out to be was ...