Not a bad job!
Not a bad job!
The Blue Jays stopped a four-game skid by routing the Los Angeles Angels 15-1 on Saturday night following a rain delay that lasted more than 2 1/2 hours.
The NHL said the Canucks can reopen their facilities Sunday pending the results of Saturday's tests after a COVID outbreak that ravaged the team.
Hideki Matsuyama takes a four-stroke lead into Sunday at the Masters after a brilliant second nine.
A nationally televised matchup already missing plenty of star power lost even more when Irving started jawing with Schroder and neither player stopped quickly enough for the officials.
Billy Horschel had one heck of a ride on Augusta National's 13th on Saturday.
Vettori is slowly moving toward a title shot and he wasn’t going to be beaten by an opponent with such a gaping hole in his game.
The Lightning have filled a considerable hole on their blue line, acquiring right-shot defender David Savard in a three-way trade.
The juggernaut Avs aren't leaving things to chance behind stud starter Philipp Grubauer after a lack of goalie depth buried their 2020 Cup hopes.
Florida has spent some of the cap space it created by trading Brett Connolly.
Toronto Raptors guard Gary Trent Jr. learned a lot from players like Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum in Portland and is excited to apply it all with Toronto.
Canada won't play for a medal at this year's men's world curling championship, which was suspended Friday night because of positive tests for the COVID-19 virus.
Portland could be without two players and its coach in a future game.
Bills lineman Cody Ford was fined for this block, which NFL officials now say is perfectly legal.
A Houston Chronicle reporter had plenty to say about Texans QB's accusers.
It's "ah-CUHN-ya," people.
The UEFA Champions League resumes with four quarterfinal matchups you'll certainly want to tune in for.
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Tokyo Olympics organizers have promised athletes and others a comprehensive update on health and safety procedures in April.
CLEVELAND — Detroit Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera has been placed on the 10-day injured list with a left biceps strain that has been bothering him during the early part of this season. Cabrera played first base in Saturday's 11-3 loss to the Indians. He went 0 for 3 at the plate before he was replaced by a pinch hitter in the ninth inning. Manager A.J. Hinch said Cabrera has been dealing with soreness for a while and felt it “grab” on a swing in the seventh inning. Hinch said the 11-time All Star will undergo tests Sunday in Cleveland. He'll stay with the team and travel with the Tigers to Houston. The 37-year-old Cabrera, who has 488 career home runs, is off to a slow start in 2021. He is batting just .125 (3 for 24) with one homer and three RBIs in seven games. To replace Cabrera, the Tigers selected the contract of infielder Renato Nunez. Cabrera's injury is the second significant one for the Tigers this weekend. On Saturday, starter Julio Teheran was placed on the injured list with a shoulder strain and he could miss months. Detroit moved him to the 60-day injured list Sunday. Hinch said Teheran will undergo more testing, but in the last 24 hours it has become clearer that he will be out much longer than initially expected. ___ More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Tom Withers, The Associated Press
The men's world curling championships will return to play on Sunday in the Calgary bubble, as Curling Canada announced organizers had been given the go-ahead by Alberta Health. The halt to play on Friday night resulted from three members of three international, non-playoff teams testing positive for the COVID-19 virus in "exit" tests before departing Canada. Watch and engage with CBC Sports' That Curling Show live (Sunday 5 p.m. ET) featuring the men's curling championship on Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. A fourth player, on a playoff team, also tested positive on Saturday. "All athletes, coaches and event officials deemed to be in close contact with athletes were tested on Saturday morning, with every test coming back negative," Curling Canada said in a press release. That player on the playoff team later tested negative, but will not be allowed to compete, as per Alberta Health regulations. A playoff game between Switzerland and the U.S. will be played at 1 p.m. ET, followed by the semifinals, slated for 6 p.m. ET. The gold and bronze-medal games are set for 11 p.m. ET. Canada was eliminated from competition after a loss to Scotland on Friday. WATCH | Dr. Isaac Bogoch discusses the situation in Calgary curling bubble: