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Jays' Sanchez throws off mound in next phase of rehab from finger injury

Jays' Sanchez throws off mound in next phase of rehab from finger injury

TORONTO — Blue Jays starter Aaron Sanchez threw off a mound Friday in the latest step in his recovery from a finger injury.

Captain Michael Bradley celebrates 100th game milestone with Toronto FC

TORONTO — Captain Michael Bradley celebrates his 100th game with Toronto FC on Saturday night, a run that not coincidentally marks the MLS franchise's turnaround from league doormat to league leader.

Toronto FC coach Greg Vanney says Larin arrest is a lesson for all

Toronto FC coach Greg Vanney says Cyle Larin's drunk-driving arrest is a teachable moment. "Because the second you think it can't happen to you, you find out quickly that it can," he said Friday.
Toronto FC captain Michael Bradley calls schedule logjam a 'total joke'

Toronto FC captain Michael Bradley calls schedule logjam a 'total joke'

Toronto FC captain Michael Bradley has lambasted Major League Soccer and the Canadian Soccer Association for an overloaded schedule that sees TFC play six games in 19 days.
Vancouver Whitecaps set to host FC Dallas minus Bolanos and Waston

Vancouver Whitecaps set to host FC Dallas minus Bolanos and Waston

VANCOUVER — A two-week break between games was supposed to help the Vancouver Whitecaps rest and recuperate following a busy start to the season. They instead lost two more key pieces to injury.

Two minors charged with sexual assault after incident at Whitecaps facility

BURNABY, B.C. — The Vancouver Whitecaps say two minors have been charged with sexual assault after an incident at the team's training facility in Burnaby, B.C., last week.
Oyongo injury, Larin arrest give both sides a challenge as Impact visit Orlando

Oyongo injury, Larin arrest give both sides a challenge as Impact visit Orlando

MONTREAL — The Montreal Impact and Orlando City will both be looking to overcome setbacks when they meet on Saturday.

1,200 racers gear up for bike race that begins in Yukon and ends in Alaska

WHITEHORSE — About 1,200 athletes are checking their bicycles and their passports in preparation for a bike race that begins this weekend in Yukon, passes through British Columbia and ends in Alaska.
Canadian soccer star Cyle Larin apologizes after drunk-driving arrest

Canadian soccer star Cyle Larin apologizes after drunk-driving arrest

Canadian soccer star Cyle Larin has posted an apology on Twitter a day after being arrested on a drunk-driving charge in Orlando.
Canada sets roster for upcoming FIBA U19 Basketball World Cup in Cairo

Canada sets roster for upcoming FIBA U19 Basketball World Cup in Cairo

TORONTO — Oak Hill Academy product Lindell Wigginton headlines the Canadian roster for next month's FIBA U19 Basketball World Cup in Cairo. Wigginton, a 19-year-old point guard from Dartmouth, N.S.