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Redblacks need Big D to pull out Big W|
WINNIPEG -- Facing a team that can grind you down with either a strong running game or a bombs-away approach, the Ottawa Redblacks are going to need their defence to step up in hostile territory Friday night.
Blue Jays pounded by Royals
TORONTO -- The Blue Jays plodded through
Wednesday night's game against the
Kansas City Royals like they were
already thinking about what colour shirt
to wear at the golf course.
Posh resto boots Marcus Stroman|
A hard-headed bouncer at the posh
Cactus Club threw Blue Jays ace Marcus
Stroman a curveball that left the young star reeling.
WATCH: Young girl hit by foul ball during Yankees game|
NEW YORK -- Aaron Judge hit his AL-leading 45th home run and topped 100 RBIs, Didi Gregorius surpassed Derek Jeter for the most home runs by a Yankees shortstop and New York beat the Minnesota Twins 11-3 Wednesday for a three-game sweep.
Senators reducing Canadian Tire Centre seating by 1,500, not changing logo
When it comes to attendance, the Ottawa Senators are banking on a less is more philosophy.After a 2016-17 that included far too many empty seats - including not selling out for playoff games - the Senators have reduced seating capacity at Canadian Tire Centre to 17,000 from the previous 18,500.The upper bowl of the arena is now covered with tarps.
It's family first for Redblacks' Gavins|
While the rain began to pelt on to the
TD Place stadium turf with thunder
cracking and lightning illuminating
the darkened sky early Thursday
afternoon, Jerrell Gavins' mind was
nearly 2,600 kilometres away, thinking
about a newborn baby and a hurricane --
yeah, the nasty storm that's
threatening to rip into his hometown
later this week.
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Returnees safe at 67's camp - For now|
When new Ottawa 67's head coach Andre
Tourigny huddled with all the
returning veterans early Friday
morning at TD Place, the first words
out of his mouth were a welcome relief
to at least a few incumbents who might
have spent a restless Thursday night
worried about their positions.