TORONTO—The non-waiver trade deadline came and went and Marco Estrada was still a member of the Blue Jays. The relief he's felt at staying in Toronto has shown in his performances.
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OTTAWA—Quarterback Mike Reilly and receiver Chris Getzlaf showed why the Edmonton Eskimos are the only undefeated team in the CFL this season with a pair of plays in the fourth quarter.
Reilly found Getzlaf in the end zone for an eight-yard touchdown pass and then ran in the two-point conversion himself for the final score in a 27-20 victory over the Ottawa Redblacks yesterday.
DETROIT — Chevrolet has introduced a new car for next year’s NASCAR Cup Series a Camaro ZL1.
The Chevy Camaro has only two Cup Series victories to its credit, both by Tiny Lund in 1971. More recently, the Camaro SS has been Chevrolet’s entry in the Xfinity Series since 2013.
TORONTO—The beat goes on for Toronto's beleaguered pitching staff.
Yesterday, Blue Jays starter Nick Tepesch became the sixth pitcher in franchise history to allow three homers in his debut as the Yankees led early and then piled on in an 11-5 victory.
MINNEAPOLIS—Eddie Rosario danced, Oliver Drake flinched, and the Minnesota Twins were on their way to another comeback victory.
Rosario doubled home the tying run in the seventh inning, and his aggressive base running caused Drake to balk home the winning run as the Twins defeated the Milwaukee Brewers 5-4 last night.
NEW YORK — With Kelsey Plum struggling at the start of her career, San Antonio Stars assistant coach Latrell Trammell took a hands-on approach to try to break the rookie out a slump.
CANTON, Ohio—Now that the Dallas Cowboys have taken care of business in the Hall of Fame game, they're going to hang around for a couple of days.
Why not? The boss is about to get a gold jacket.
With no stars and few starters on the field last night, the Cowboys edged the Arizona Cardinals 20-18.
TORONTO—Roy Finch staggered the Toronto Argonauts before Bo Levi Mitchell delivered the knockout blows.
Finch had a punt-return touchdoown for the second-straight game while Mitchell threw three TD strikes to lead the Calgary Stampeders past Toronto 41-24 last night before just 11,616 spectators at BMO Field.
OTTAWA—With a 1-4-1 record, the Redblacks hardly look like a team in position to contend for the East Division, but just three points separate Ottawa from the first-place Toronto Argonauts.
The Redblacks will look to close the gap tonight when they host the Winnipeg Blue Bombers (3-2-0).
MINNEAPOLIS—Joey Gallo has made plenty of progress at the plate this season for the Texas Rangers.
Those home runs just keep going and going, too.
Gallo's latest massive homer was a three-run shot in the fourth inning last night that spurred the Rangers to a 4-1 victory over the Minnesota Twins, making A.J. Griffin a winner in his first start in more than two months.