MEXICO CITY — Lewis Hamilton is driving his name toward the top levels of Formula One’s record books. The final word on his standing among F1’s greatest drivers is still to come, but with four championships, he’s made a strong argument he belongs among the very best.
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OTTAWA—The Ottawa Redblacks have a playoff spot locked up but there's still plenty to play for in the last game of the regular season.
The Redblacks (7-9-1) host the Hamilton Tiger-Cats (5-11) tonight at TD Place with a chance for its third division title on the line.
An Ottawa win would move them into first place in the East—one point ahead of the Toronto Argonauts (8-9-0).
HOUSTON—As a couple of Astros loosened up in the outfield, the retractable roof at Minute Maid Park made its slow crawl yesterday, turning the bright sun into shade.
That might be the only way to keep balls from flying completely out of the yard at this power-packed World Series.
BALTIMORE—As a reward for going three days between games, the Miami Dolphins and Baltimore Ravens now get an extended break before returning to action.
Boy, can they use it.
The Dolphins (4-3) have to find a way to get their offence moving, and they have to decide whether to use Jay Cutler or Matt Moore at quarterback.
PITTSBURGH—Phil Kessel had just one thought on his mind as he raced in on an overtime breakaway against Winnipeg goalie Connor Hellebuyck.
“Hopefully, I score,” the Pittsburgh star said with a laugh after netting his 300th career goal at 1:07 of overtime to lift the Pittsburgh Penguins to a 2-1 victory over the Jets last night.
OAKLAND, Calif.—The defending NBA champs are working to rediscover their defence.
Not to mention their basic rebounding fundamentals of boxing out and ability to avoid silly fouls.
They barely beat the scrappy Raptors to avoid an 0-2 home start.
“Our defence has been horrible,” Draymond Green conceded.
ST. LOUIS—Alexander Steen did not panic.
The St. Louis winger knew that his return to form was right around the corner.
Steen, who missed the first six games of the season with a broken thumb, busted out with a goal and three assists last night to help the Blues to a 5-2 win over the Calgary Flames.
LOS ANGELES—George Springer screamed with joy as he circled the bases after hitting a two-run homer in the 11th inning.
Would it be enough? Was this the final plot twist on one of the wildest nights in post-season history?
Yes, it was—barely—and the Houston Astros won a World Series game for the first time in their 56 seasons.
BALTIMORE—The Miami Dolphins hope a quarterback change won't blunt the momentum they've gathered from a three-game winning streak.
Matt Moore will make his first start of the season tonight against the Baltimore Ravens, who have quarterback issues of a different kind.
UXBRIDGE, Mass. — A female high school student who had the best score at a boys’ golf tournament in Massachusetts has been denied the trophy because she’s a girl.