Canada strikes out
Wearing an awkward smile and bright red eyes, Ernie Whitt said he hoped this wasn't the last time Canada would play Olympic baseball. He didn't say it with any particular conviction.
Aug. 26: Full Story
Canucks go to wall
As painful, heartbreaking Olympic experiences go ... Well, this one was similar to tripping over the final hurdle, while holding a lead. Or maybe dropping the baton in a relay with a lead in the final exchange.
Aug. 25: Full Story
The old Toronto Blue Jay is going with his Montreal Expos. Ernie Whitt will start Expo farmhands Shawn Hill and Mike Johnson in the medal round. It's Hill on the hill tonight against Cuba. Johnson gets the gold- or bronze-medal game against either Japan or Australia.
Aug. 24: Full Story
Canada to face Cuba
It's Cuba. Thirty-two wins and two losses at the Olympic Games. And that's the team Canada wanted to play? "It looks like time for a change," said Stubby Clapp, of picking their poison to play the top team in international baseball over the years.
Aug. 23: Full Story