Skip to content

National Sports

Blue Jays RHP Stroman leaves with cramp in left shoulder

TORONTO — Blue Jays right-hander Marcus Stroman left Saturday's game against Kansas City after four innings because of cramps in his left shoulder and pectoral muscle.

Winnipeg's Mislawchuk makes history at Montreal World Series triathlon event

MONTREAL — Winnipeg's Tyler Mislawchuk could not hold back tears of joy after making Canadian triathlon history.
Maple Leafs name Dave Hakstol as assistant coach; sign Hutchinson, Marincin

Maple Leafs name Dave Hakstol as assistant coach; sign Hutchinson, Marincin

TORONTO — The Toronto Maple Leafs were busy on Saturday, naming former Philadelphia Flyers head coach Dave Hakstol as an assistant on Mike Babcock's staff and signing two depth players ahead of free agency.

Owner: Fan-related costs factor into Bills' stadium decision

VANCOUVER — Buffalo Bills owner Terry Pegula says he won't ask fans to break the bank when it comes to deciding whether to renovate the team's current stadium in the suburbs or build a new one downtown.
Prince Harry, Meghan give London baseball a royal launch

Prince Harry, Meghan give London baseball a royal launch

LONDON — Major league baseball's first game in Europe received a royal launch. Prince Harry and wife Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, took part in the ceremonial first pitch before the New York Yankees played the Boston Red Sox.
Canucks place Spooner on waivers, paving way for his contract to be bought out

Canucks place Spooner on waivers, paving way for his contract to be bought out

VANCOUVER — The Vancouver Canucks placed Ryan Spooner on waivers Saturday with the intention of buying out the final year of his contact.
Leclerc takes Austrian GP pole, Hamilton 5th after penalty

Leclerc takes Austrian GP pole, Hamilton 5th after penalty

SPIELBERG, Austria — Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc won the pole position for the Austrian Grand Prix on Saturday, while Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton drew a three-place grid penalty and will start in fifth position.
Canada's Schnur makes Wimbledon as lucky loser after Coric withdraws

Canada's Schnur makes Wimbledon as lucky loser after Coric withdraws

WIMBLEDON, United Kingdom — Brayden Schnur of Pickering, Ont., made the men's singles draw at Wimbledon on Saturday as the lucky loser.
Teenager to sing O Canada in Cree before Toronto Blue Jays game

Teenager to sing O Canada in Cree before Toronto Blue Jays game

TORONTO — Kiya Bruno will sing O Canada in Cree before the Toronto Blue Jays host the Kansas City Royals this afternoon at Rogers Centre.

Lawson, Mane lead Canada past Australia 81-76 at FIBA under-19 World Cup

HERAKLION, Greece — AJ Lawson and Karim Mane sank a pair of three-pointers to put Canada ahead for good in an 81-76 win over Australia on Saturday at the FIBA under-19 World Cup.
Be the first to read breaking stories. Allow browser notifications on your device. What are browser notifications?
No thanks