TORONTO—Curtis Granderson started doing some math in the Blue Jays' dugout after Toronto took a 12-run lead against the Baltimore Orioles.
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TORONTO—As far as Josh Donaldson is concerned, the Toronto Blue Jays never should get shut out, let alone go without a hit.
Donaldson, Yangervis Solarte, and Justin Smoak had three-consecutive doubles in a four-run eighth inning as the Jays finished with 12 hits in a 5-2 win over Seattle—a day after Mariners' pitcher James Paxton threw a no-hitter at Rogers Centre.
TORONTO—Facing a late-season collapse, DeMar DeRozan, Kyle Lowry, and the Toronto Raptors focused on what took them to the top of the NBA's Eastern Conference: defence.
DeRozan led the Raptors with 16 points as Toronto earned a crucial 96-78 win over the Boston Celtics last night.
TORONTO—As Fred VanVleet spoke to the scrum of media surrounding him, Jonas Valanciunas slipped behind the crowd and held up a paper sign he had made.
Valanciunas had crossed out the “52" he had written for DeMar DeRozan's franchise-best performance from earlier in the season and replaced it with "22” for VanVleet's night.
BUFFALO, N.Y.—Underselling your team's chances against Canada is becoming a popular tactic among coaches at the world junior hockey championship.
First, Swiss coach Christian Wohlwend predicted Canada would crush his team two days before the Canadians routed Switzerland 8-2 in the quarter-finals.
BUFFALO, N.Y.—Canadian captain Dillon Dube couldn't believe what he was hearing.
Swiss head coach Christian Wohlwend virtually was raising the white flag of surrender, saying Switzerland expects to be dominated by Canada in today's quarter-final at the world junior hockey championship.
BUFFALO, N.Y.—Sometime during Canada's 6-0 rout of Slovakia yesterday, Jordan Kyrou realized he and his teammates had made a mistake.
They had picked the wrong song to celebrate goals to at the world junior hockey championship.
TORONTO—Mitch Marner looked at two things as he took his turn in the shootout.
First, he had to get the puck under control as it skidded and bounced on the choppy Air Canada Centre ice.
Then he peered into the face of Golden Knights' goalie Maxime Lagace.
OTTAWA—Now that she's won two LPGA championships, Sung Hyun Park finally is going to get to see the biggest attraction in her home away from home.
Park shot a seven-under 64 yesterday to finish at 13-under par to win the CP Women's Open—five weeks after winning the U.S. Women's Open.
OTTAWA—Playing professional golf isn't that much different from having a standard 9-5 job. There's a similar litany of problems.
In the first round of the CP Women's Open, it was a traffic jam.