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Cooler heads prevail: A different Mr. Met back at ballpark

Cooler heads prevail: A different Mr. Met back at ballpark

NEW YORK — The ever-smiling Mr. Met mascot is back at Citi Field, a day after the person inside the big-headed costume was caught on video making an obscene gesture to a fan. The Mets said a different person was doing Mr.

Canada's women's basketball team loses 74-65 to No. 3-ranked France

BORDEAUX, France — Michelle Plouffe and Jamie Scott scored 14 points apiece to top Canada's women's basketball team in a 74-65 loss to world No. 3 France on Thursday. Katherine Plouffe added 11 points and nine rebounds.
Atrocious April in the past, Blue Jays looking to build on May momentum

Atrocious April in the past, Blue Jays looking to build on May momentum

TORONTO — A bounceback May has left the Toronto Blue Jays' atrocious April in the past. Their play in June may provide the best indicator yet of whether this team is primed to be a contender or pretender this season.
Chelsea earns $195 million for winning Premier League

Chelsea earns $195 million for winning Premier League

LONDON — Chelsea collected 150.8 million pounds ($195 million) in broadcast revenue and prize money for winning the English Premier League.

Prosecutors seek jail time for ex-Penn State president

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Ailing Bouchard out at French Open after second-round loss to Sevastova

Ailing Bouchard out at French Open after second-round loss to Sevastova

PARIS — An ailing Eugenie Bouchard was eliminated from the French Open on Thursday following a 6-3, 6-0 loss to 17th-seed Anastasija Sevastova. The player from Westmount, Que.
Tiger Woods seen confused, stumbling on police dashcam video

Tiger Woods seen confused, stumbling on police dashcam video

JUPITER, Fla. — His speech slow and slurred, Tiger Woods couldn't follow simple instructions or keep his balance during a dazed and disoriented encounter with police before he was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence.

Eskimos linebacker Cory Greenwood out for season with torn knee ligament

Edmonton Eskimos linebacker Cory Greenwood will miss the 2017 season after tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee. The CFL team says he suffered the injury Monday during a practice session.

Curling clubs cry 'Whoa!' to Bell, Rogers on increase to sports cable TV costs

"A real punch to the gut" and "cost prohibitive" is the reaction of curling clubs that will pay hundreds of dollars more to show sports on their lounge televisions.

Curling clubs cry "Whoa" to Bell, Rogers on increase to sports cable TV costs

"A real punch to the gut" and "cost prohibitive" is the reaction of curling clubs that will pay hundreds of dollars more to show sports on their lounge televisions.