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Red Schoendienst dies at 95, was oldest living Hall of Famer

Red Schoendienst dies at 95, was oldest living Hall of Famer

ST. LOUIS — If there was ever anyone who lived his life The Cardinal Way, it was Red Schoendienst. Right down to his ruby name. The team colour , of course. Schoendienst, the Hall of Fame second baseman who managed St.
Judge hits two-run homer after solid Gray start, Yankees down Jays in 13 innings

Judge hits two-run homer after solid Gray start, Yankees down Jays in 13 innings

TORONTO — Kevin Pillar wasn't making excuses after another loss for the scuffling Blue Jays Wednesday night.

Canada's Flanagan races to victory in NCAA 10,000 in his final college race

EUGENE, Ore. — Canadian Ben Flanagan used a huge kick to win the 10,000 metres at the NCAA track and field championships on Wednesday, in his final race for the University of Michigan. The fifth-year senior from Kitchener, Ont.

Mayard lifts AS Blainville over Blue Devils in Canadian Championship qualifying

LAVAL, Que. — Pierre-Rudolph Mayard's acrobatic goal in injury time lifted AS Blainville to a 2-1 win over the Oakville Blue Devils on Wednesday in the first leg of the qualifying round of the expanded Canadian Championship.
Smith-Pelly to skip White House visit if Caps win Cup

Smith-Pelly to skip White House visit if Caps win Cup

LAS VEGAS — Count out Devante Smith-Pelly if the Washington Capitals win the Stanley Cup and are invited to the White House to celebrate with President Donald Trump.
Canadian outfielder Tristan Pompey "pumped" to join Marlins organization

Canadian outfielder Tristan Pompey "pumped" to join Marlins organization

Six years ago, Tristan Pompey tweeted that Marlins Park was a stadium on his must-see list. He might be able to check that one off soon enough. The 21-year-old outfielder from Mississauga, Ont.
Capitals trying not to get ahead of themselves with first Stanley Cup in sight

Capitals trying not to get ahead of themselves with first Stanley Cup in sight

LAS VEGAS — One win from hoisting the Stanley Cup, the Washington Capitals are trying not to think beyond the next shift or the next period. Unfortunately that's far easier said than done.
Oh Baby! Veteran hockey broadcaster Bob Cole open to return to booth

Oh Baby! Veteran hockey broadcaster Bob Cole open to return to booth

Veteran hockey broadcaster Bob Cole turns 85 later this month and still has no plans to retire. He's not calling as many regular-season games as he'd like, and the disappointment of being left out of the NHL playoff mix still lingers.

Canadian women beat Costa Rica, advance to CONCACAF U-17 soccer semifinals

BRADENTON, Fla. — Calgary forward Andersen Williams scored twice and Canada hung on to beat Costa Rica 2-1 Wednesday at the CONCACAF Women's Under-17 Championship. The victory moved Canada into the tournament semifinals with one group game to play.

Quarterback Matt Nichols leaves Blue Bombers practice with injury

WINNIPEG — Blue Bombers starting quarterback Matt Nichols left practice with an injury on Wednesday, and the team said he would be evaluated by a doctor.