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Talk of 'fake bubble,' 'bubble in bubble' on US Open's Day 1

Talk of 'fake bubble,' 'bubble in bubble' on US Open's Day 1

NEW YORK — For all of the obvious concessions to the coronavirus at the no-fans-allowed U.S.
Blue Jays acquire pitchers Ray and Stripling, infielder Villar at trade deadline

Blue Jays acquire pitchers Ray and Stripling, infielder Villar at trade deadline

TORONTO — The Toronto Blue Jays have added depth to their pitching staff and offence, acquiring left-hander Robbie Ray, right-hander Ross Stripling and infielder Jonathan Villar in a series of trades before Monday's deadline.
Iglesias' hit, throw help Orioles to 4-3 win over Blue Jays

Iglesias' hit, throw help Orioles to 4-3 win over Blue Jays

BUFFALO, N.Y.
Coaching great John Thompson of Georgetown dead at 78

Coaching great John Thompson of Georgetown dead at 78

WASHINGTON — John Thompson, the imposing Hall of Famer who turned Georgetown into a “Hoya Paranoia” powerhouse and became the first Black coach to lead a team to the NCAA men’s basketball championship, has died. He was 78.
Canucks, down 3-1 to Vegas, prep for first win-or-go-home game of NHL playoffs

Canucks, down 3-1 to Vegas, prep for first win-or-go-home game of NHL playoffs

EDMONTON — The Vancouver Canucks, coming off their first playoff series win in almost a decade, face a new challenge Tuesday: their first win-or-go-home game of the NHL post-season.
Canada's Jamal Murray turning heads in bubble on and off the court

Canada's Jamal Murray turning heads in bubble on and off the court

In a perfect world, Nick Nurse would have just coached Jamal Murray and Canada's men's basketball team at the Tokyo Olympics.

Woodbine Mohawk Park to open gradually for live racing spectators

CAMPBELLVILLE, Ont. — Woodbine Mohawk Park is reopening to live racing fans and simulcast guests on a limited basis. The move will begin Monday night, according to Woodbine Entertainment.
Leaving family to race in Ontario very tough for driver Yannick Gingras

Leaving family to race in Ontario very tough for driver Yannick Gingras

The emotion in Yannick Gingras' voice was clear and distinct, and it wasn't solely because he'd finally won the $1-million Pepsi North America Cup. Gingras, of Sorel, Que.
Toronto FC, Montreal Impact get reinforcements ahead of derby rematch

Toronto FC, Montreal Impact get reinforcements ahead of derby rematch

Toronto FC and the visiting Montreal Impact will both be able to draw on reinforcements Tuesday when they meet for the second time in four days.

Canada's Bo Hedges leads call for Tokyo wheelchair basketball truce

Paralympic gold medallist Bo Hedges is driving a campaign to reinstate wheelchair basketball players for the Tokyo Paralympic Games in 2021. The 43-year-old from Fort St. John, B.C.