Just Can't Beat 'Em
Suzuki homers, Blue Jays lose 17th straight at Yankee Stadium
Ichiro Suzuki homered for the first time since last August, prolonging extended slumps against the New York Yankees for Mark Buehrle and the Toronto Blue Jays. Suzuki hit a go-ahead, three-run shot in the third inning, and the Yankees overcame an early deficit to beat the Blue Jays 6-4 Friday night for their 17th straight home win against Toronto. Full Story.(Photo: The Canadian Press)
On The Record
Canada's Graham DeLaet matched a course record in the second round of the RBC Canadian Open on Friday with a 7-under 63 at Royal Montreal. The Weyburn, Saskatchewan native is just two shots behind leaders Tim Petrovic and Jim Furyk who are 10-under for the tournament. Furyk also tied a course record with a 63 in the second round. Full Story.
Clarence Denmark caught a 37-yard touchdown pass, and Lirim Hajrullahu kicked five field goals as the upstart Winnipeg Blue Bombers thumped the B.C. Lions 23-6 on Friday night. The Blue Bombers moved into a three-way tie for first place in the West Division with Calgary and Edmonton. With four wins, they have already exceeded their entire 2013 victory total. Full Story.
Graham DeLaet isn't ready to look beyond his first tee shot on Saturday. After equaling the course record on Friday, you can forgive everyone for getting a little excited about the possibilities of ending a 60-year drought. More...
This time last year, ESPN reported Clint Dempsey was coming home to a league that in 2007 set him on his way to a successful stint in the BPL. Since then, we have witnessed unprecedented growth for a league which next year will celebrate its 20th season. More...
NBA: 10 players looking at bigger roles. More...
NHL: Leafs make a smart decision hiring Kyle Dubas. More...
CFL: Stamps, Fantuz, Smith among receivers to watch in Week Five. More...
TSN Baseball Insider Steve Phillips answers several questions each week. This week's topics include the Colby Rasmus-Colby Lewis bunting controversy, Yu Darvish suggesting a six-man rotation and the difficulties faced by the Colorado Rockies. More...
With all the buzz this week about the performances of young Blue Jays pitchers Marcus Stroman and Aaron Sanchez, let's look back at the debuts of four other Toronto pitchers and the success that they eventually achieved. More...
In his latest article, CFL on TSN's Paul LaPolice talks about how winning the turnover battle leads to success in the win column more times than not. More...
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...
Spotlight on TSN
The drivers aim for the front of the starting grid in qualifying for the Hungarian Grand Prix, Saturday at 7:55am et/4:55am pt.
Bernhard Langer is the leader heading to the third round of the Senior Open Championship in Wales, Saturday at Noon et/9am pt.
Andrew Ranger leads the field into the Velocity Prairie Thunder 250 in Saskatoon, Saturday at 3pm et/Noon pt.
Premiership squad Arsenal continues its preseason tour against the New York Red Bulls, Saturday at 5pm et/2pm pt.
Don't miss a Saturday doubleheader to close out Week 5.
First, the Hamilton Tiger-Cats play at McMaster University against Henry Burris and the Ottawa Redblacks at 7pm et/4pm pt.
Later, Ricky Ray and the Toronto Argonauts head west to face the Saskatchewan Roughriders at 10pm et/7pm pt.
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The Sydney Swans aim for a 13th straight victory as they face the Hawthorn Hawks, Saturday at 5:30am et/2:30am pt.
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway plays host to the Lilly Diabetes 250, Saturday at 4pm et/1pm pt.
Jermain Defoe and Toronto FC host defending MLS champion Sporting Kansas City at BMO Field, Saturday at 7pm et/4pm pt.
Shows on TSN
Dave Hodge and the Reporters debate the issues from the sports pages, Sunday at 10am et/7am pt.
Mark Zecchino of Golf Talk Canada joins Game Night to discuss news surrounding the Canadian Open.
Sam Bennett, recently drafted by the Calgary Flames joins Game Night and talks about his future in the NHL.
Paul Hendrick of Leafs TV joins Game Night and discusses the Leafs off-season moves and the future of the franchise.