If the ballots were produced today, there would be plenty of contenders in Toronto’s squad for the biggest individual awards. At this pace, the Reds should certainly be in contention for a number of end-of-season awards. The reigning East champions were surprisingly shut out of the individual honours last year, and were named as finalists in just one team category. It was TFC’s 10th win of the season, and kept the team unbeaten at home this season.
First basemen Eric Hosmer and Justin Smoak have been getting it done at the plate. The Royals cleanup hitter is batting .305 and has feasted on Blue Jays pitching over the years: .331 with four homers and 25 RBIs. The same can be said of the surprise of the Blue Jays’ season, hitting .303 with 20 homers this season and eight long balls against the Royals in his career. NEED TO KNOWThe Royals and Jays meet for the first time this season.
“It was a way, in that moment, of just showing strength and support and solidarity for the victims, their families, the entire LGBT community and I think it was something that meant a good amount to a lot of people, which always makes things like that worth it,” Bradley, who also captains Toronto FC , said this week. On Bradley’s left arm was a rainbow-coloured captain’s armband bearing the words “One Nation,” a slogan used regularly by the U.S. national team but carrying added weight on the day.
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Selecting a term
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