Is it time for the Buffalo Bills to pull the plug on playing games in Toronto? I hate the idea from the start but understood the concept and how it could be profitable for the Bills.
On Wednesday Bills President Russ Brandon expressed over whether the team loses a competitive edge by playing a game in Toronto. No doubt they do.
It is thefirst time anyone from the team besides the players has publicly questioned the Toronto series. Amen.
Rogers Communications paid the Bills $78 million over the first five-year deal for five regular-season games and two pre-season games. That came out to $11.14 million, more than double what they net from each home game at Ralph Wilson Stadium.
According to the Toronto Sun it would cost the team $15 the eliminate the final four years of the series. I sure the Bills could afford it considering the league's new $28 billion tv deals.
This is a relationship that lacks chemistry, and is dommed for divorce. Lets face the people of Toronto look down on Buffalo, while the people of Western, New York look at Toronto as a city trying to steal the Bills.
I think its best for sides to move on.
Writer for BleacherReport.com and the smartest man in baseball Will Carroll joined the John DiTullio Show Wednesday to talk about the Yankees' recent signings.
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The Evil Empire Strikes Back
Free-agent outfielder Jacoby Ellsbury reached agreement on a seven-year contract worth $153 million with the New York Yankees.
Ellsbury, 30, moves from the defending champion Red Sox to the Yankees, joining the likes of Wade Boggs, Roger Clemens, Johnny Damon and others who have have played for the Sox before joing their rivals.
After negotiating with Carlos Beltran over the weekend, the Yankees turned to Ellsbury.
This is a risk for the Yankees because of the fact that Ellsbury has been unable to stay healthy. Going back to 2010, Ellsbury has played in 384 of a possible 648 regular-season games.
However, Ellsbury hit .298 with stole 52 bases in 56 attempts. He also hit .344 in the postseason with 14 runs scored and six steals in seven attempts to help lead the Red Sox to the World Series title. Ellsbury is a career .301 hitter in 38 postseason games,
The Yankees spend money because they can. the Yankees land Cano (whom they've offered seven years and $160 million, an offer that's almost certain to go up considering what they paid Ellsbury) and win the posting bid for Japanese star Masahiro Tanaka, they could exceed $500 million in spending this offseason.
What happened to being frugale? Impossible because of the fact that their rival Red Sox won the world series, plus they need to fill a stadium.
The Syracuse Post Standard’s Mike Waters joined the John DiTullio Show Tuesday to give his predictions for the season, and discuss what he’s seen so far from the talent on the court.