Mark Hebscher

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ON THE WAY TO A PERFECT SEASON
Unlike some broadcasters who talk a good game, I can actually PLAY sports.  I'm not great, but I'm better than adequate.  In fact, my Rec League softball team may be one of the finest squads

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2015 BLUEJAYS: A RISKY PROPOSITION.
As someone who enjoys laying down the odd bet, I'm tempted to wager a few bob on the Boston Red Sox or the Baltimore Orioles to win the A.L. East this year.  The Bluejays?  Too

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HEADSHOTS: IS THE PAIN WORTH THE PAYCHECK?
I'm having trouble keeping up with all the professional athletes who are foregoing a big paycheck in exchange for their long-term health.  Most have been forced to retire early because of concussions, but 24 year

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THE NIGHT THEY STOLE BERNIE PARENT'S MASK.
 "Goalie-Gate" in Florida the other night was certainly entertaining, but not nearly the craziest thing I had ever seen happen to the goaltending fraternity.  Let me direct your attention to a playoff game at Madison

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ON THE WAY TO A PERFECT...
Mon, March 30, 2015
2015 BLUEJAYS: A RISKY PROPOSITION.
Tue, March 17, 2015
HEADSHOTS: IS THE PAIN WORTH THE...
Wed, March 04, 2015
THE NIGHT THEY STOLE BERNIE PARENT'S...
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On: 06/07/2015

Unlike some broadcasters who talk a good game, I can actually PLAY sports.  I'm not great, but I'm better than adequate.  In fact, my Rec League softball team may be one of the finest squads ever put together at any level of any sport.  We are undefeated this year, after a thrilling one-run victory yesterday at McMaster University.  A few weeks ago, nobody would've thought it possible.

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On: 30/03/2015

As someone who enjoys laying down the odd bet, I'm tempted to wager a few bob on the Boston Red Sox or the Baltimore Orioles to win the A.L. East this year.  The Bluejays?  Too many kids, suspect pitching and defense and a manager who worries the hell out of me.  Sure, they had a better shot when Marcus Stroman was healthy, but now they seem to have cornered the market on inexperienced players and that's just not going to cut it.

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On: 17/03/2015

I'm having trouble keeping up with all the professional athletes who are foregoing a big paycheck in exchange for their long-term health.  Most have been forced to retire early because of concussions, but 24 year old linebacker Chris Borland of the San Francisco 49ers,who is perfectly healthy, retired the other day because he did his research, and doesn't want to end up being the next Junior Seau.

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On: 04/03/2015

 "Goalie-Gate" in Florida the other night was certainly entertaining, but not nearly the craziest thing I had ever seen happen to the goaltending fraternity.  Let me direct your attention to a playoff game at Madison Square Garden a long time ago, where the denizens made it impossible for a future Hall of Famer to continue.

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Mark Hebscher has been a sports commentator on TV and radio for over 30 years. His on-air personality and attitude is unique and refreshing. Mark co-hosted the groundbreaking "Sportsline" on Global TV for 11 years from 1984-95 with Jim Tatti, and developed a weekly collection of sports bloopers known as the "Hebsy Awards". "Sportsline" now airs weekday afternoons at 5pm on CHCH TV.