The Calgary Stampeders repeated over and over again that there was nothing to worry about.
The Toronto Argonauts are going to the Grey Cup.
HOUSTON - Unfolding so spectacularly in real time, it was difficult to determine the precise moment, just what drop-of-the-jaw gem, cemented this as a night of nights in World Series history.
At the most intense time of the season and on baseball’s most visible platform, Yuri Gurriel and the Houston Astros eluded a bullet on Saturday.
As he fell to the dirt, one knee on the mound and his head jolted to left field of a Minute Maid Park that had just erupted, Alex Wood knew.
PITTSBURGH — Jim Rutherford won’t use the term “three-peat.”
Now the feeble Colts must play on a short week after watching a 19-9 lead over Tennessee quickly turn into a 36-22 defeat on Monday night.
The seventh biggest city in Poland is not typically the place you’d go for a fight card if you were expecting to see the next UFC star step into the spotlight.
NEW YORK — Hot damn.
It doesn’t matter than the Cardinals are a home dog.
The 2017-18 National Hockey League season got off to a rousing opening over the past several days, with a number of players registering red-hot starts.
DAVIE, Fla. — The NFL and the Miami Dolphins say they’re aware of a social media video appearing to show offensive line coach Chris Foerster snorting three lines of a white powdery substance at a desk.
Winnipeg curling legend and former TSN broadcaster Ray Turnbull has died at the age of 78.
The Raptors took care of some important business on Thursday, signing swingman Norman Powell to a four-year extension worth $42 million U.S.
Three bags, four times.
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NEW YORK — Minutes into the playoff debut for these young New York Yankees, they trailed Minnesota by three runs. Their starting pitcher lasted just one out. A sellout crowd was stunned.
After a great regular season that featured extreme performances from both teams and individuals, Major League Baseball’s postseason is shaping up as one of the most intriguing in years.
Many hockey fans in the city would love to see Jaromir Jagr in the silks of the Calgary Flames.