• Canadian Gabrielle Daleman sidelined after abdominal surgery

    TORONTO (AP) — World bronze medalist Gabrielle Daleman will be sidelined for two weeks after surgery to remove an abdominal cyst.

  • Sharapova gets wild card for Rogers Cup in August in Toronto

    TORONTO (AP) — Maria Sharapova has been awarded a wild card for the Rogers Cup in August in her comeback from a 15-month doping ban.

  • AP source: Magic hire Weltman to head basketball operations

    ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Jeff Weltman is finally getting the chance to run his own team after more than two decades of toil in NBA front offices. Faced with the daunting task of remaking the Orlando Magic, he wasted little time in adding a familiar face to help him.

    Updated: 5:38 pm

  • Former NHL All-Star Bill White dies at 77

    CHICAGO (AP) — Bill White, a former Chicago Blackhawks all-star defenseman and a member of Canada’s 1972 Summit Series team, has died. He was 77.

  • Castillo leads Orioles past Blue Jays 7-5

    BALTIMORE (AP) — When Welington Castillo came to the plate, a sellout crowd at Camden Yards began to cheer in anticipation of another electrifying performance.

  • Castillo leads Orioles past Blue Jays 7-5

    BALTIMORE (AP) — Welington Castillo hit a go-ahead home run for the second consecutive game to lead the Baltimore Orioles past the Toronto Blue Jays 7-5 on Saturday night at sold out Camden Yards.

  • Stroman hits first HR; Blue Jays top Teheran, Braves 9-0

    ATLANTA (AP) — John Gibbons thought Marcus Stroman might be the perfect choice to stop the Toronto Blue Jays’ skid after three straight losses to Atlanta.

  • Toronto CF Kevin Pillar apologizes for using anti-gay slur

    ATLANTA (AP) — Toronto Blue Jays center fielder Kevin Pillar apologized Thursday for directing an anti-gay slur at a Braves pitcher, which could lead to disciplinary action from Major League Baseball.

  • Canada tests lower age for pot legalization

    TORONTO (AP) — The most controversial thing about Canada’s move to legalize marijuana nationwide may be setting the minimum age for use at 18 — three years lower than in U.S. states that have embraced legalization — a move that is being closely watched across the continent.

  • Alomar, Smoltz on new MLB competition committee

    NEW YORK (AP) — Hall of Famers Roberto Alomar and John Smoltz are among 16 men appointed to a new competition committee by baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred.