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Sports MLB Podcast that he doesn’t “care almost at all about Canadian baseball” and that he “really couldn’t give a rat’s ass” that fellow Canadian James Paxton threw a no-hitter against the Blue Jays in Toronto.The tempest in a teapot was ridiculous, as Votto is a strong supporter of Baseball Canada, has local ties to the game at the grassroots level and even sent a signed pair of game-worn cleats to Toronto police officer Ken Lam, who arrested the driver who killed 10 pedestrians with his van on Yonge Street in April.podcast, Windhorst told Zach Lowe that the Raptors have moved up the pecking order by virtue of the Lakers and Sixers having given up. I think they’re in the driver’s seat for Kawhi because I think the Lakers have given up, the Sixers have given up, and with the Nets, Bulls and Hawks spending their cap space it makes it harder to assemble a multi-team trade.” If you thought the Raptors had no shot at Leonard and that the earlier reports of the San Antonio Spurs superstar possibly being traded to Canada’s only team were just reporters blowing smoke, ESPN’s Zach Lowe would like to have a word with you.“I’ve seen a lot of snark on Twitter that the Raptors stuff is a joke, that the odds went up because of something I said on my podcast and you said on TV,” Lowe said. It may not happen, most NBA trades don’t happen, but if you think it’s a joke, you should probably recalibrate your expectations.” After Tim Bontemps of the reported that Toronto had “generated buzz” for the former Finals MVP and Windhorst also confirmed on TV that the Raptors are in play, betting site Odds Shark placed the Raptors at even odds to land Leonard.
For the Raptors, the trade exception acquired when they traded De Marre Carroll to the Brooklyn Nets has already expired, while the trade exception from their Cory Joseph trade to the Indiana Pacers expires on Monday.
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Still, Votto’s comments quickly went viral, he issued a statement through Hall of Fame baseball writer Bob Elliott’s website, canadianbaseballnetwork.com, and then said sorry a lot, taking full ownership of the mistake instead of trying to rationalize what he said.
“I cringe hearing it because I’m so embarrassed by what I said,” he said then.
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