Home / SPORTS (page 5)

SPORTS

Bare skeleton Whitecaps narrowly tarry late lift by Loons

Francisco Calvo and Jerome Thiesson scored second-half goals and Minnesota United rallied for a 2-2 pull with a Vancouver Whitecaps on Saturday night. Vancouver led 2-0 before settling for a draw. “Definitely disappointing,” pronounced Whitecaps goalkeeper David Ousted. “Up two-nil during half and felt that we put ourselves in a …

Read More »

ZEISBERGER: Canadian teams continue to make waves

CHICAGO —  To see Calgary Flames ubiquitous manager Brad Treliving stocking adult on ability in a supposed arms competition with a Edmonton Oilers is an denote of how distant a talent turn and expectations of a NHL’s Canadian-based teams has become. Just 12 months ago a breeze  floor in Buffalo …

Read More »

Canadian teams continue to make waves

CHICAGO —  To see Calgary Flames ubiquitous manager Brad Treliving stocking adult on ability in a supposed arms competition with a Edmonton Oilers is an denote of how distant a talent turn and expectations of a NHL’s Canadian-based teams has become. Just 12 months ago a breeze  floor in Buffalo …

Read More »

Babcock prepares for challenge

TORONTO –  For Mike Babcock a meet-and-greet of a NHL breeze means a new deteriorate isn’t distant off.   Two months after a Maple Leafs were separated by Washington, a work starts for a manager and his vast staff, who’ve gained playoff expectations though mislaid a component of warn around a …

Read More »

Ticats gotta get those Argos

TORONTO –  HAMILTON — Zach Collaros went out for cooking on Friday night with his partner and, in hindsight, he was not a good date.   Collaros had too most football on his mind, and specifically, a 2017 Canadian Football League regular-season opener opposite a Toronto Argonauts currently during BMO Field. …

Read More »

Happ a new male after lapse from DL

KANSAS CITY –  Somewhat dark in a bullpen blowup on Friday night was a stellar tour from Blue Jays starting pitcher J.A. Happ, who gave adult only 4 hits and one run in 6.2 innings. “I consider he’s picking right adult where he left off,” Jays manager John Gibbons said. “He …

Read More »

Blue Jays pitcher Roberto Osuna feeling ‘a small bit lost’

Blue Jays closer Roberto Osuna says that ongoing issues with stress kept him out of Friday’s 5-4 detriment to a Kansas City Royals. Osuna spoke by a group translator on Saturday before Toronto’s second diversion of a three-game array in Kansas City. He wasn’t accessible to play a prior night …

Read More »

Royals continue prohibited strain with win over Jays

Jason Vargas missed many of final deteriorate after carrying bend medicine in 2015. This year he is a claimant to be a AL All-Star Game starter. Vargas warranted his vital league-leading 11th victory, pitching 7 fit innings to lead a surging Kansas City Royals over a Toronto Blue Jays 3-2 …

Read More »