An RBI triple from Brett Lawrie and a two-run homer from J.P. Arencibia weren't enough as the Blue Jays dropped the rubber game against Kansas City 9-6. The Jays begin a 4-game series with Tampa Bay tonight at Rogers Centre.
Meanwhile, Jays manager John Farrell is expected to return to the team today after leaving in the bottom of the ninth inning complaining of chest pains. Farrell was taken to Mount Sinai Hospital, where he was diagnosed with pneumonia. He has since been released from hospital.
The New York Yankees made Major League Baseball history last night by becoming the first team to hit three grand slams in a single game. Robinson Cano, Russell Martin and Curtis Granderson all hit the ball out of the park with the bases loaded to help the Yanks rout the Oakland A’s 22-9.
The Montreal Canadiens will be taking over the arena in Collingwood this October.
Dominick Sallient -- the Director of Media Relations for the N-H-L club -- has confirmed the Habs will practice at Eddie Bush Arena October 3rd through the 5th.
In NFL Pre-season action last night, Cincinnati beat Carolina 24-13, Philadelphia topped Cleveland 24-14 and Baltimore squeaked by Washington 34-31.
It’s official. Danica Patrick is heading to NASCAR. After months of skirting speculation, Patrick announced she'll be leaving IndyCar in 2012 to run a full Nationwide schedule with J-R Motorsports. Patrick will also be behind the wheel for up to ten Sprint Cup races for Stewart-Haas Racing.
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