Rogers says it needs to control costs
TORONTO -- The company that owns the Toronto Blue Jays says it needs to control costs.
Rogers Communications remains committed to the Blue Jays, CEO Nadir Mohamed said Tuesday on a conference call discussing the company's quarterly earnings.
The team has put ace Roy Halladay on the trading block.
Rogers bought the Blue Jays in 2000. The company also owns the team's stadium and its flagship radio and television stations, the FAN 590 and Rogers Sportsnet.
"We believe that ...
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