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These are tough days for the Toronto Argonauts and not just because the team has a 3-7 record and is coming off a disappointing • Absender: jokergreen0220, 18.10.2018 09:10

These are tough days for the Toronto Argonauts and not just because the team has a 3-7 record and is coming off a disappointing 13-12 result in the annual Labour Day Classic. Paul Byron Jersey . The Good Ship Argonaut is afloat in a sea of uncertainty and its affecting every part of the operation, from the players in the locker room to those in the front office, while raising concerns around the CFL about the leagues future in the countrys biggest market. As many are now aware, team owner David Braley was in conversation this past winter and spring with Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment president and CEO Tim Leiweke about selling the Argonauts and moving them to a re-fitted BMO Field on the shore of Lake Ontario. Those talks broke down late in the off-season and theres much speculation as to why. Its believed by many in and around the league that Braley may have overplayed his hand by driving too hard a bargain for the team, although he says the negotiations never got to that stage, instead getting hung up on the internal politics of MLSE and the need to secure funding from various levels of government before a deal could get done. Subsequent talks about Braley entering a lease for the Argos to play at a re-fitted BMO Field broke down over which party would control specific revenue streams. The result of all that has left the team in a state of limbo, with several departures on the business side of the operation – some voluntary, some not -- while the players have had to manage a nomadic week-to-week existence until recently moving into a new practice facility. But the biggest issue hovering around the Argonauts is the stadium. With the team due to vacate the Rogers Centre after the 2017 season and no time to reasonably finance and construct a new stadium of any quality since, the Argos are on the clock. There are no talks ongoing between the Argos and MLSE at the present time, although Braley said he hopes they will resume in 30 to 60 days. But with Leiweke having already announced his intention to leave his post next spring and CFL commissioner Mark Cohon having done the same, the dynamics will be different this time. Will that help or hurt the Argos chances of getting into BMO Field? Is there someone at MLSE willing to champion the cause of buying the team now that Leiweke may no longer have the authority to engineer such a transaction? Thats impossible to say, but there may be no more critical question facing the franchise as it looks to gain a foothold on the future and create some badly needed momentum in the marketplace. So what can Braley say to calm the fears of CFL fans in Southern Ontario who are concerned not just about the current state of the Argos off the field, but also its future in Toronto? "I would say youve got to have a little bit of faith that people will end up doing the right things," said Braley. "The commissioner, board of governors chair Jim Lawson and I are all extremely involved in trying to resolve the problem." The Argos are trying rebuild their front office business staff, but thats challenging because everyones aware the team is for sale. And in the most optimistic scenario, the team would be under new ownership this off-season. So what you have is a team whose business operations are constrained by uncertainty, with no guarantees of a future home and an owner whose leverage would appear to be minimal. No one has suggested the Argos under Braley havent continued to invest in the football product, but the fact is there are bigger storm clouds on the horizon than simply the teams performance this season. There may be several parties involved in trying to resolve the stadium issue since the league has a large stake in the future of the Toronto market. But the bottom line rests with Braley. And while hes tremendously respected for what hes done for the CFL over nearly the past two decades, his legacy may become tarnished if he cant steer the Argos into a new home. That may be unfair, since no one else was willing to step up and pay the Argos bills four years ago. But by taking on the responsibility of owning the team – and cashing the cheques that came with the 100th Grey Cup in 2012 – the job of securing a future facility became his. The Toronto Argonauts need a story to tell - a narrative that begins with where they are today and where they plan to get to. Its not like Braleys Argos havent had their share of breaks on which they could build a more solid footing. Under Braley, the Argos have uncovered a true league star in Chad Owens, were on the right end of one of the most lopsided trades in league history when they acquired quarterback Ricky Ray, hosted a Grey Cup game in the midst of an NHL lockout and won that Grey Cup as well. And yet, none of that has translated into a stonger presence in the marketplace or a better position from which to bargain for a new home. Maybe Braley has the answers to all the questions surrounding this franchise. Maybe the man whose made himself fabulously wealthy as a shrewd negotiator is just lying low, waiting for the terms to come his way so that the Argos can be reborn in a new home with a bright new vision for the future. But until thats all clear, theres going to be loads of concern about the future of the Argonauts in a city where they need some positive momentum - and fast. 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Taking full advantage of a hitter-friendly ballpark, rather than the vast dimensions back home at Citi Field, the Mets hit four home runs in a game for the first time since May 3, 2013, in Atlanta, according to STATS. They began the day ranked 29th in the majors with 22 homers. "Part of it is being here," Mets manager Terry Collins explained, referring to both the fences and the environment. "This atmosphere creates intensity and creates focus, and guys are excited about being here." Brett Gardner hit an early grand slam off ex-Yankee Bartolo Colon, and Derek Jeter had three hits for the first time since Sept. 30, 2012, in Toronto. Carlos Beltran left in the seventh with a hyperextended right elbow and was scheduled to have an MRI. Beltran, the designated hitter, got hurt working in the indoor cage between at-bats. "Im concerned because it was enough to take himself out of the game," manager Joe Girardi said. Bumped into a struggling bullpen before the game, Mejia (4-0) entered in the seventh for his first relief appearance since September 2012. He struck out Alfonso Soriano on three pitches and worked a scoreless eighth. Mejia sure seemed to relish the role -- even though he made it clear he wanted to stay in the rotation because he was concerned about injuring his surgically repaired arm again. Jacques Plante Jersey. The right-hander excitedly pumped his fist after a double play and then backed his way off the mound following a called third strike that ended the eighth. "It feels pretty good. Ive got to enjoy it," a smiling Mejia said. "If they need me in the bullpen Ive got to be there because I never play for myself." Kyle Farnsworth pitched a shaky ninth for his third save -- aided by Mark Teixeiras nagging groin injury. Teixeira laced a pinch-hit single to right that went to the wall and sent Jeter to third base. A gimpy Teixeira had to stop at first, though, and was pulled for a pinch-runner. That kept the double play in order and Duda turned a rare 3-5-3 gem with third baseman David Wright, who was shifted near shortstop against McCann. Pinch-hitter Eric Campbell, enjoying his third day in the majors, got the Mets started in the eighth by hustling for a double after his sharp grounder caromed off third baseman Yangervis Solarte and into left field. Duda blooped a single to centre off Matt Thornton (0-1), and Campbell barely beat Jacoby Ellsburys accurate throw with a nifty slide at the plate. Chris Young greeted Preston Claiborne with a two-run shot to left, giving the Mets a 9-7 lead. "We really struggled today," Girardi said. "We didnt make pitches." The Yankees snapped a 4-all tie with three runs in the sixth off Colon, who gave up 11 hits for the second time this season. 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