Hi! My name is Trevor Fujioka and I love sports. To me, sports is all about bringing the community together. My blog is all about covering Toronto sports teams: the Toronto Blue Jays, Toronto Maple Leafs and Toronto Raptors. This is a place where I can share my thoughts and opinions about Toronto sports teams to all of the passionate and enthusiastic fans throughout not only the city of Toronto, but throughout the entire country of Canada. But first I’ll share to a little bit more about me.
I was born in Scarborough, Ontario, raised in Richmond Hill throughout my childhood and currently reside in Toronto. I graduated at Seneca College for Broadcast Journalism. I’ve played baseball and basketball since I was a child and coached for the boys and girls’ basketball teams at Langstaff Secondary School. Once I came to the harsh realization that I couldn’t make a career out of playing sports, I figured the next best thing would be writing about them.
During my time at Seneca, I found a passion for storytelling about sports. Being able to write, talk and share my knowledge of professional sports leagues (MLB, NBA, NFL and NHL), minor leagues (MILB, AHL), college sports and even high school sports. Being able to write and talk about sports is something that I would like to bring to the community.
Since 2015, I worked for Rogers TV York Region, a local community studio in Richmond Hill. I learned how a live television production operate. Taking on roles such as cameraman, audio, graphics and VTR operator. As well as experiencing the roles as a floor and technical director. I also done some mobile production by broadcasting Aurora Soccer games in York Region. Working for Rogers Tv was the greatest experience of my life. It made me a better team player, leader and more importantly a better person.
I am very passionate about covering, reporting, writing and talking about professional sports. My ultimate goal is to become a sportscaster for Rogers Sportsnet.