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It's a shame Votto won't win it because there wasn't a better player in the NL this season.
Toronto comes into Houston and picks up the big road win, 129-113, as DeMar DeRozan leads the Raptors with 27 points.
This offseason the Toronto Blue Jays could certainly stand to improve their middle-infield depth - here's how they could do that via trade.
Roy Halladay was an American through and through, but he'll always be a legend north of the 49th parallel.
S.J. Green has put together an outstanding campaign despite coming off a major injury and adjusting to a new team.
Georges St-Pierre came back to the Octagon after a four-year layoff to beat Michael Bisping in the main event of UFC 217.
Namajunas dominated the longtime women's strawweight champ before stopping the fight at 3:03 of the opening round.
Members of the Dodgers talk about how their matchup against the Astros brings back memories from childhood.
The Vancouver Canucks achieved their offseason objectives, and now they're reaping the rewards.
Marleau will be the opponent in the Shark Tank for the first time in his career Monday when he returns to the arena he starred in for 19 seasons.
Somehow, a game pitched by two Cy Young Award winners featured 25 runs, seven home runs and a handful of lead changes over more than five hours of dizzying chaos.
The Toronto Argonauts running back is using his sudden breakout to encourage others to donate to a worthy cause.
Despite his success as Yankees skipper, Girardi's dismissal proves all the power in MLB today rests in the hands of general managers like Brian Cashman.
A look back at five most important plays in the Astros' Game 2 victory over the Dodgers.
Edmonton's offensive struggles shouldn't be that surprising given the moves they've made in recent years.
Yahoo MLB writers Tim Brown and Mike Oz discuss three key elements of this year's World Series matchup
The losing, the rebuilding, the devastation dealt to Houston made their victory Saturday night that more special.
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