Blue Jays beat Rays

Blue Jays maintain wild card spot with win over Rays

Rookie Alek Manoah rebounded from early control issues to last six innings and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the AL East-leading Tampa Bay Rays 4-2 on Tuesday night to maintained a half-game lead lead over the New York Yankees for the second AL wild card.

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Wild sign Kaprizov to five-year extension

The Minnesota Wild signed left wing Kirill Kaprizov to a five-year, $45 million contract on Tuesday, ending a stalemate between the team and the Calder Trophy winner just two days before the beginning of training camp.

Wild sign Kaprizov to five-year extension

Does Kaprizov contract complicate negotiations with Pettersson?

With Kirill Kaprizov re-signing in Minnesota at $9 million a season, does that change Elias Pettersson's contract negotiations? How important is it for Quinn Hughes and Pettersson to be in training camp on day one? That's Hockey has more on Vancouver's situation ahead of training camp.

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Western Conference Pre-Season Primers

Training Camp Questions: Calgary Flames

With summer officially coming to an end and training camps set to open across the National Hockey League this week, TSN is getting ready for the preseason by looking at the three biggest questions facing each of the seven Canadian franchises. A look at the Calgary Flames.

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Training camp questions: Edmonton Oilers

With summer officially coming to an end and training camps set to open across the National Hockey League this week, TSN is getting ready for the preseason by looking at the three biggest questions facing each of the seven Canadian franchises. A look at the Edmonton Oilers.

Allan Perkins, TSN.ca Staff

Training Camp Questions: Winnipeg Jets

With summer officially coming to an end and training camps set to open across the National Hockey League this week, TSN is getting ready for the preseason by looking at the three biggest questions facing each of the seven Canadian franchises. A look at the Winnipeg Jets.

Allan Perkins, TSN.ca Staff

Training Camp Questions: Vancouver Canucks

With summer officially coming to an end and training camps set to open across the National Hockey League this week, TSN is getting ready for the preseason by looking at the three biggest questions facing each of the seven Canadian franchises. A look at the Vancouver Canucks.

Mike Beauvais, TSN.ca Staff

Pre-Season 7: Hughes and Pettersson contracts remain Canucks' biggest question mark

Both Quinn Hughes and Elias Pettersson are restricted free agents and, according to Farhan Lalji, neither young star is close to signing a new deal with Vancouver. Our Canucks reporter has more on the contract situation, how big of an impact Oliver Ekman-Larsson can make and who should flank Vancouver's captain.

Pre-Season 7: Could Ehlers have a new role with Jets?

Could Nikolaj Ehlers find a new role on the Jets, possibly a move to the top line? Will Pierre-Luc Dubois rebound after his first stint with Winnipeg? What kind of an impact will their new additions have on the blueline? Sara Orlesky takes a closer look ahead of training camp.

Is the Rays' card stealing scandal being blown out of proportion?

Steve Phillps joins SC with Jay Onrait guest host Lindsay Hamilton to discuss the data card stealing scandal from Monday between the Rays and Blue Jays, and whether it's being blown out of proportion. Phillips also assesses Alek Manoah's performance against Tampa Bay, and discusses how impressed he was by Toronto's situational hitting Tuesday night.

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Around MLB

Yankees beat Rangers; stay a half game behind Toronto

Giancarlo Stanton lined a laser beam of a home run, Aaron Judge added a three-run shot and the New York Yankees powered past the Texas Rangers 7-1 on Tuesday night to keep pace in the crowded AL wild-card chase.

Wild card leader Red Sox beat stumbling Mets

Xander Bogaerts hit a go-ahead, two-run homer in the fifth inning and a two-run double in the sixth, lifting the AL wild-card leading Boston Red Sox over the stumbling New York Mets 6-3 on Tuesday night.

Ohtani hits 45th HR while surging Astros rout Angels

Shohei Ohtani's latest majestic homer wasn't nearly enough to turn back the Houston Astros as they steamroll toward another AL West title.

Pujols delivers single in 10th, Dodgers beat Rockies

Pinch-hitter Albert Pujols drove in the go-ahead run with a single up the middle in the 10th inning and the Los Angeles Dodgers overcame a rare off night by major league wins leader Julio Urías to beat the Colorado Rockies 5-4 Tuesday.

Cards win 10th in row, beat Brewers to extend wild-card lead

Cardinals closer Giovanny Gallegos fanned pinch-hitter Pablo Reyes for the final out and St. Louis won its 10th straight game, increasing its playoff lead by holding off the division-leading Milwaukee Brewers 2-1 Tuesday night.

Realmuto's two-run triple in 10th leads Phillies past O's

J.T. Realmuto hit a two-run triple with two outs in the 10th inning to rally the Philadelphia Phillies past the Baltimore Orioles 3-2 on Tuesday night for a boost to their longshot playoff odds.

2021 Ryder Cup

SC Timeline: The Brooks and Bryson feud

It all began in January of 2019 when Brooks Koepka shared some candid remarks about Bryson Dechambeau's methodical approach to the game. SportsCentre looks back at the growing feud between the two golfers in the SC Timeline.

DeChambeau: No feuding with Koepka at Ryder Cup

Not only does Bryson DeChambeau believe everything will be fine between him and Brooks Koepka this week at the Ryder Cup, he hinted that some sort of collaboration is in the works.

Bob Harig

Speed Golf: Should Stricker just pair Bryson and Brooks together?

Bryson DeChambeau is saying all the right things heading into the Ryder Cup, should U.S. captain, Steve Stricker embrace the entire sideshow and pair them together? Who wins this year's Ryder Cup? Bob Weeks answers these and more in the latest Speed Golf.

Did Bryson hint at a possible pairing with Koepka?

Bryson Dechambeau was discussing his conversations with Brooks Koepka heading into the Ryder Cup this week and hinted that 'something fun' was coming with the even set to kick off on Friday.

The lapsed fan's guide to the Koepka vs. DeChambeau feud

In 2004, when Ryder Cup captain Hal Sutton paired Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods together at Oakland Hills, it was considered bold.

Tom VanHaaren

'I don't know if I can do it' - Tales from the first tee at the Ryder Cup

First-tee jitters are a thing. But at the Ryder Cup, they escalate to a level that makes for considerable discomfort among professional golfers.

Bob Harig

How the U.S. Ryder Cup team is handling the Koepka-DeChambeau feud

Bob Harig reports on how U.S. Ryder Cup captain Steve Stricker is handling the Brooks Koepka-Bryson DeChambeau feud.

On Second Thought: How the highs can become lows

In the NFL, one play can put you on top of the world, but the very next snap can plummet you down to earth. TSN NFL analyst Jabari Greer takes a look at three examples from Week 2 that show how fast the highs can become lows.

Bucs, Rams atop power rankings ahead of Week 3 matchup

There's a new No. 1 atop the NFL Power Rankings, but will the Tampa Bay Buccaneers be able to hold off the surging Los Angeles Rams in their meeting this week?

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Pump the Brakes: Week 3

The Raiders are 2-0 with wins over the Ravens and Steelers, but still have the longest odds to win their own division. Should Las Vegas been seen as legitimate contenders in the AFC? TSN's Davis Sanchez shares his thoughts.

NFL Early Lean: Week 3

Davis Sanchez isn’t believing the hype that the Packers are back, and explains why he likes the 49ers in the Week 3 edition of Early Lean.

NFL

Delhomme on Brady: ‘First thing, I’m jealous of him’

Bryan Hayes, Jeff O’Neill and Jamie McLennan are joined by former NFL QB Jake Delhomme to discuss Tom Brady.

Are you a fan of the Manning Cast?

Bryan Hayes, Jeff O’Neill and Jamie McLennan are joined by former NFL QB Jake Delhomme to discuss the Manning brothers' call of the game.

Texans to start rookie QB Mills Thursday with Taylor on IR

exans rookie quarterback Davis Mills will start Thursday night against the Carolina Panthers in place of an injured Tyrod Taylor, coach David Culley said on Tuesday.

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Roethlisberger dealing with pectoral issue

Coach Mike Tomlin said the Roethlisberger was dealing with a left pectoral injury, but said he didn't know how it happened.

Brooke Pryor

Jones' necklace containing late father's ashes found

Aaron Jones came out for Monday night's home opener against the Detroit Lions wearing a necklace that contained Alvin Jones Sr.'s ashes in a football-shaped medallion.

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NHL

Poulin weighs in on the Blue Jackets' hard line stance on vaccinations

Newly signed veteran forward Zac Rinaldo is not allowed at Blue Jackets' training camp due to his unvaccinated status, the team announced Tuesday. Dave Poulin joins That's Hockey to share his thoughts on the hard line drawn by Columbus.

Green on Pettersson and Hughes: It'd be very disappointing if they're not in camp

Canucks head coach Travis Green joined the Ray and Dregs Hockey Podcast to discuss the lack of new deals for young stars Elias Pettersson and Quinn Hughes with training camp inching closer.

Blues, Thomas agree to two-year extension

The St. Louis Blues and restricted free agent forward Robert Thomas have agreed to a two-year, $5.6 million contract extension.

Dubois confident in bounce back: 'I know it's not the real me'

Forced to navigate multiple quarantines, a highly publicized run-in with his former coach, a blockbuster trade, injuries and loneliness — the Winnipeg Jets centre was never comfortable during a roller-coaster 2020-21 campaign set against the COVID-19 pandemic's backdrop.

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Olympic curling journey continues this week in capital

Starting Wednesday, the RA Centre’s Curling Centre of Excellence facility in the nation’s capital will host the Canadian Curling Trials direct-entry event and Canadian Curling Pre-Trials direct-entry event.

- Ryan Horne, TSN
Olympic curling journey continues this week in capital

Dropping Back with Dave: Can Mitchell become the CFL's all-time best?

Bo Levi Mitchell still has the highest winning percentage of any CFL quarterback, but he hasn’t looked like the same player at times this season. For a player who once claimed to want to hold CFL all-time records, Mitchell is only leading the league in interceptions this season. Dave Naylor discusses this and more.

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Dropping Back with Dave: Can Mitchell become the CFL's all-time best?

CFL Week 8

Roughriders, Fajardo poised to become CFL road warriors

They've proven to be a tough out at Mosaic Stadium but Cody Fajardo and the Saskatchewan Roughriders are poised to become CFL road warriors.

Jones joins Argos as defensive consultant; will call plays vs. Als

The Argonauts have hired former Elks and Riders head coach Chris Jones as a defensive consultant. Head coach Ryan Dinwiddie spoke about the hiring and why it was an easy choice for the team to make.

Scianitti details the latest on a long list of injuries plaguing the Ticats

David Watford will start at quarterback over Jeremiah Masoli Wednesday against the Redblacks, but he’ll still be without top receiver Brandon Banks. TSN's Matthew Scianitti has the latest on a long list of injuries plaguing the Tiger-Cats.

Nurse, Mercury meet Liberty, Sky and Wings clash in first round of WNBA playoffs

The WNBA’s race to the end of the regular season proved to be a furious fight to the finish, with the New York Liberty locking up the eighth and final playoff spot on the last day possible.

Brianne Spiker, TSN.ca

WNBA

WNBA's greatest players of all time: Ranking the 25 best in league history

Picking the top 25 players in WNBA history for the 25-year anniversary of the league is an exercise that is equal parts fun and difficult.

WNBA's greatest 25 players of all time - Snubs and overrated players

ESPN's ranking of the 25 greatest players in WNBA history will likely spark much debate long after the WNBA's 25th anniversary season is over.

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Turkish Super Lig: Besiktas 3, Adana Demirspor 2

Turkish Super Lig: Besiktas 3, Adana Demirspor 2

Haji Wright and Veysel Sarı scored in the last three minutes of the first half to give the home side a two-goal lead, but Beşiktaş performed a stunning comeback with goals from Ridvan Yılmaz, Michy Batshuayi and Rachid Ghezzal to win it and remain atop the Süper Lig standings.

UFC 266

Ortega's journey back to the top

After getting complacent and the worst loss of his career, Brian Ortega took two years off to recover and develop into a totally new fighter and that hard work paid off with his win over Chan Sung Jung. No he looks to build off that success this Saturday when he takes on Alexander Volkanovski at UFC 266.

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Ortega's journey back to the top

Eastern Conference Pre-Season Primers

Training Camp Questions: Maple Leafs

With summer officially coming to an end and training camps set to open across the National Hockey League this week, TSN is getting ready for the preseason by looking at the three biggest questions facing each of the seven Canadian franchises. A look at the Toronto Maple Leafs.

- Kristen Shilton
Training Camp Questions: Maple Leafs

​Training Camp Questions: Ottawa Senators

With summer officially coming to an end and training camps set to open across the National Hockey League this week, TSN is getting ready for the preseason by looking at the three biggest questions facing each of the seven Canadian franchises. A look at the Ottawa Senators.

- Brianne Spiker, TSN.ca Staff
​Training Camp Questions: Ottawa Senators

Training Camp Questions: Montreal Canadiens

With summer officially coming to an end and training camps set to open across the National Hockey League this week, TSN is getting ready for the preseason by looking at the three biggest questions facing each of the seven Canadian franchises. A look at the Montreal Canadiens.

- Brianne Spiker, TSN.ca Staff
Training Camp Questions: Montreal Canadiens

Pre-Season 7: Canadiens will need to fill void left by Weber's absence

How will the Canadiens fill the void left by Shea Weber’s absence? How will Montreal’s depth down the middle measure up? Will wild-card left wingers Jonathan Drouin and Mike Hoffman deliver on talent? TSN Canadiens reporter John Lu shares his take on these three key questions for Montreal heading into the new season.

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Pre-Season 7: Canadiens will need to fill void left by Weber's absence

TSN Edge

The Shift: Episode 13

In Episode 13 of The Shift, Kayla Grey talks about how Leylah Annie Fernandez and other first generation Canadians are changing the national sports stigma. Plus, she speaks with L.A. Kings forward Akil Thomas about new looks coming to his clothing line Zale, as well as Canadian writer and actor Bilal Baig on their new show 'Sort Of' debuting at TIFF.

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Comeback Season: Sports After 9/11

This Sept. 11, ESPN has teamed up with the 9/11 Memorial & Museum to celebrate its newest exhibition, "Comeback Season: Sports After 9/11," which explores how sports helped to unite a nation after the 2001 terrorist attacks.

Breakaway

The story of Maya Moore, who was one of the best basketball players in the world when she stepped away from the sport to fight for a man she believed was wrongly improsoned.

Project 11: Alex Smith's Final Drive

The final chapter of one of the most incredible comebacks in NFL history, a new extended version of Project 11 - Alex Smith’s Final Drive

Full Circle - Freddie Freeman

National League MVP Freddie Freeman of the Atlanta Braves opens up as never before on life, his battle with COVID-19 and his struggles with building a family

Imperfect: The Roy Halladay Story

In May of 2020, the Philadelphia Phillies will retire Hall of Famer Roy Halladay’s number to mark the tenth anniversary of the perfect game he threw against the Miami Marlins. Two and a half years ago, Major League Baseball lost one of its most revered figures, when Halladay died doing the thing he loved most- not pitching, flying. While most baseball fans know about Roy Halladay’s on the field accomplishments- a postseason no-hitter, the perfect game, two Cy Young awards, they don’t know much about the man- someone who struggled with mental health issues and an addiction to prescription painkillers. In exclusive E60 interviews with Halladay’s wife, family, close friends and teammates, correspondent John Barr tells the story of one man’s obsessive pursuit of perfection and how that led to a complicated life.

The Life and Trials of Oscar Pistorius (Part 1)

The story of Oscar Pistorius will always be one of the most shocking stories in the history of sports

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