Who Delivered? Presented by McDelivery

In the Tigers' 17-14 win on Wednesday, all nine players who batted for Detroit had a hit, run and RBI. It's the first time since 1978 that every player with a plate appearance recorded all three stats in a single game.

Which Canadian club improved their roster the most after Day 1 of free agency?

TSN Hockey analyst Mike Johnson joins Jay Onrait to discuss which Canadian team he thinks improved their roster the most after the first day of free agency, which club North of the border might not have done enough, if there's one deal that surprised him, and more.

Between 2 Plays

From a dazzling kick save by Mariners pitcher Chris Flexen to Joey Gallo showing off his cannon of an arm, relive the best plays and moments from Tuesday in this edition of Between 2 Plays.

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How much better is Chicago with Fleury? How does Schmidt fit in with Winnipeg?

How much better is Chicago with Fleury? How does Schmidt fit in with Winnipeg?

Dave Poulin joins SC with Jay Onrait to discuss how much better the Blackhawks are with Marc-Andre Fleury between the pipes, how newly-acquired Nate Schmidt will fit in with the Jets, how strong of an addition Conor Garland is up front for the Canucks, and whether Alex Ovechkin can pass Wayne Gretzky's all-time goal-scoring record after extending with the Capitals for five more years.

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Button: 'Jets are moving in the right direction'

Button: 'Jets are moving in the right direction'

After the Jets re-signed Paul Stastny to a one-year deal and picked up Brenden Dillon from the Capitals for two second rounders, Craig Button explains why he likes both moves and believes Winnipeg is headed in the right direction.

Johnson: Canucks parting ways with Virtanen made sense on many levels

A busy weekend in the NHL saw a flurry of trades signings and the next generation of players selected in the NHL Draft. TSN Hockey analyst Mike Johnson joins SC with Jay Onrait to break down the moves made by the Canucks, the Canadiens' questionable draft choice and more.

30 Helens agree: These are great highlights

In honour of the Kids In The Hall, the segment without a name's new name is a nod to an iconic sketch from the troupe. 30 Helens agree that these are indeed good highlights.

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What's next for the Kraken?

What's next for the Kraken?

The Seattle Kraken officially have a team, but the tough decision for them are just beginning. TSN's director of scouting Craig Button discusses the Kraken's picks in the expansion draft, the holes left on Canadians teams by the Kraken's picks, and where Seattle goes moving forward.

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Who Delivered? Presented by McDelivery

Who Delivered? Presented by McDelivery

Giannis Antetokounmpo had 50 points, 14 rebounds and five blocks in Game 6 against the Suns to lead the Bucks to their first NBA championship in 50 years. Antetokounmpo took home Finals MVP honours.

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Antetokounmpo, Middleton help Bucks end 50-year title drought

Antetokounmpo, Middleton help Bucks end 50-year title drought

Jack Armstrong and Leo Rautins join SC with Jay Onrait to discuss what how great it is for small market franchise like the Bucks to win the NBA title, the chances of Chris Paul making it back to the NBA Finals in his career again, and how integral Khris Middleton was to Milwaukee's championship run.

Who Delivered? Presented by McDelivery

Jon Lester delivered on the mound and at the plate as he struck out seven over seven scoreless innings and hit his fourth-career home run to power the Nationals to the win.

McKenzie explains challenges of scouting for pre-season draft ranking list

TSN Hockey Insider Bob McKenzie joins SC with Jay Onrait to reveal how he goes about compiling his pre-season draft ranking list, how the top of the list has shuffled over the course of the last few months, which players saw their stock rise or drop after the U18 tournament and more.

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Jay's Tweeners

Jay's Tweeners

It's not often cricket and X Games get a chance to shine at the same time but in Sunday's Jay's Tweeners, both sports steal the spotlight in a showcase of the best and worst plays.

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Who Delivered? Presented by McDelivery

Who Delivered? Presented by McDelivery

Collin Morikawa delivered in his first appearance at the Open Championship, becoming the first golfer in history to win his debut in two different major tournaments, after winning the PGA Championship last year.

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Fresh Oh-Jays

Fresh Oh-Jays

Get your fresh squeeze of Oh-Jay as Jay counts down the best plays the sports world had to offer in this edition of the Fresh Oh-Jays.

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Who Delivered? Presented by McDelivery

Who Delivered? Presented by McDelivery

Canadian Mackenzie Hughes is tied for fourth after he finished at 4-under in round one of the British Open. Hughes had three straight birdies, and sits just two shots back of the leader Louis Oosthuizen. Hughes definitely delivered.

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Start the Onrait Machine!

Start the Onrait Machine!

Start the Onrait Machine! In Wednesday's edition of the segment formerly known as the Jannies, Jay brings you the best and worst moments in the history of The Open Championship.

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Which CFL team has improved the most since we last saw them on the field?

Which CFL team has improved the most since we last saw them on the field?

Does the recent news that the Bombers are allowed 100% fan capacity for their home opener affect the rest of the league? Which CFL team has improved the most since we last saw them on the field in 2019? How will the Riders handle the influx of injuries on defence? Farhan Lalji joins Jay Onrait to answer these questions and more.

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Phoenix shoot themselves in the foot, Chris Paul comes up short

Phoenix shoot themselves in the foot, Chris Paul comes up short

With the Suns turning the ball over 17 times against a hungry Bucks team, Chris Paul coming up short in another big game forcing Devin Booker to put all the weight on his shoulders, and some 'imbalances' in the officiating. TSN's Basketball Insider Jack Armstrong shares his thoughts on Game 4 of The NBA Finals.