Hutchison unravels quickly as Jays get shelled by Red Sox
Drew Hutchison's first 10 pitches were a thing of beauty. The rest of the Blue Jays' night was far from it. After coasting through the first inning, Hutchison unravelled quickly as he and his Toronto teammates got shelled by the Boston Red Sox in a 14-1 loss Monday night at Rogers Centre. Hutchison (6-9) allowed six earned runs in less than three innings of work, including a three-run homer by Red Sox shortstop Stephen Drew. Full Story.(Photo: The Canadian Press)
From one national open to another, the focus shifts from Royal Liverpool to Royal Montreal for the Canadian Open, where Graham DeLaet, David Hearn and Mike Weir lead a contingent of 19 hometown hopefuls on a quest to end a 60-year drought. Watch coverage of the first two rounds live on TSN and TSN GO on Thursday and Friday beginning at 3pm et/Noon pt. Full Story.
One More Year
The Toronto Maple Leafs have avoided arbitration with restricted free agent defenceman Cody Franson. Toronto reached an agreement on a $3.3 million one-year contract with the 26-year-old defenceman. In 79 games with the Leafs in 2013-14, Franson scored five goals and 28 assists. Full Story.
Week 4 of the 2014 CFL season was the week of the defence. A total of nine touchdowns were scored during Week 4, as opposed to an average of just over 18 in the first three weeks of the season. More...
The Blue Jays' next games are against the AL East's traditional powers - Boston and the Yankees. Considering they probably won't have Encarnacion, Lind and Lawrie for most of those games, it's going to be a daunting task indeed. More...
David Hearn finished up his first Open Championship in style, rolling in a birdie putt on the final hole to finish the week at 3-under. It was a solid week for the Canadian golfer and one from which he'll take a great deal of confidence. More...
The Ottawa Redblacks ownership group has done everything for the right reason - to strengthen the community that they live in - and they were rewarded on Friday night for all their hard work and perseverance. More...
Each week, The Reporters put their thumbs out to the good and the bad in the world of sports. This week, they discuss sports' off-day, the MLB All-Star game and Canada's field lacrosse team and Huston Street's comments upon being traded. More...
CFL: Reilly, Whitaker, Johnson among those to watch in Week Four. More...
NBA: LeBron James returns to Cleveland. More...
NHL: Tracking and analyzing all the moves in a busy offseason. More...
Spotlight on TSN
Catch a doubleheader of action from the pitch on Wednesday.
First, Toronto FC faces Tottenham Hotspur at BMO Field at 7pm et/4pm pt.
Then, Kansas City hosts Manchester City at 9pm et/6pm pt
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The Philadelphia Phillies entertain the San Francisco Giants, Wednesday at 7pm et/4pm pt.
Shows on TSN
The Concussion Symposium is in the spotlight as Michael Landsberg presents another edition of "The Best Of," Tuesday at 5pm et/2pm pt.
Get the latest news and updates as a busy off-season continues in the NHL, Tuesday at 7pm et/4pm pt.
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Mike Hogan is Joined by Logan Harrell, Tristan Okpalaugo, & Rod Smith.
The final hour of the TSN Drive with Mike Hogan & Bruce Arthur. James Mirtle of the Globe and Mail, and TSN Blue Jays reporter Scott MacArthur join.
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