KINGSTON, Ont.—There's no mistaking Team Wild Card lead Colin Hodgson on the ice at the Tim Hortons Brier.
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KINGSTON, Ont.—With four national men's curling titles to his credit, Kevin Koe already has a Hall of Fame resume.
Winning another Tim Hortons Brier crown would put his name into the record books.
Toronto rookie pitcher Trent Thornton tried a different grip on his curveball last night for his first big-league relief appearance.
The switch paid immediate dividends.
Thornton threw five no-hit innings to anchor a combined two-hit shutout as the Blue Jays dumped the Boston Red Sox 8-0 at Rogers Centre.
Baseball prognasticators are predicting pain for the 2019 edition of the Toronto Blue Jays.
What remains unclear is whether the team's off-season teardown might result in a short-term malaise or an extended run of mediocrity.
SYDNEY, N.S.—Up one with hammer to win normally is the Rachel Homan wheelhouse position.
Tied coming home with hammer is usually a lock, too.
The Ontario skip picked the worst possible time to show a few cracks.
TORONTO—Troy Tulowitzki had no plans to be anything but a starting shortstop upon his return from injury.
The Toronto Blue Jays felt it was unlikely he'd be able to play regularly at an above-average level.
On Tuesday, the Jays made the final move by giving the veteran infielder his release.
The numbers appear to be in the Calgary Stampeders' favour ahead of this Sunday's Grey Cup in Edmonton.
Whether that's enough to end the team's losing skid in the championship game remains to be seen.
The West Division champion Stampeders led the CFL in victories again this season, were second in points scored, and allowed the fewest points of all nine teams.
TORONTO—John Gibbons got a chance to say goodbye yesterday at Rogers Centre as the Toronto Blue Jays made the long-expected announcement that the longtime manager would not return for the 2019 season.
General manager Ross Atkins made it official at an afternoon news conference before the team closed out its home schedule with a 3-1 win over the Houston Astros.
REGINA—Brooke Henderson was reminded all week of what was at stake at the CP Women's Open.
She knew about the 45-year Canadian victory drought at the tournament, the pressure of playing on home soil, the list of the LPGA Tour's finest players who were nipping at her heels.
TORONTO—DeMar DeRozan was unlike many of the franchise players who came before him with the Toronto Raptors.
For years, Canada's lone NBA franchise was jilted by stars who eventually either wanted out or declined to put down long-term roots.
Not DeRozan, who once famously said, “I am Toronto.”