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Bob Watson, All-Star slugger and executive, dies at 74

Bob Watson, All-Star slugger and executive, dies at 74

Bob Watson, an All-Star slugger who became the first black general manager to win a World Series with the New York Yankees in 1996, has died. He was 74.
Masks, tests, empty stadiums: Bundesliga resumes amid virus

Masks, tests, empty stadiums: Bundesliga resumes amid virus

BERLIN — No fans, no hugging, no spitting. The Bundesliga will be very different when it resumes Saturday following a two-month suspension caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Tokyo Olympic CEO: Games next year may not be 'conventional'

Tokyo Olympic CEO: Games next year may not be 'conventional'

TOKYO — Almost two months after the Tokyo Olympics were postponed, organizing committee CEO Toshiro Muto said Friday he still could not give an estimate of how much the one-year delay will cost.
NFL players accused of armed robbery at South Florida party

NFL players accused of armed robbery at South Florida party

MIAMI — Police in South Florida are trying to find New York Giants cornerback DeAndre Baker and Seattle Seahawks cornerback Quinton Dunbar after multiple witnesses accused them of an armed robbery at a party, authorities said Thursday.
Forward Shane Wright cements exceptional season with rookie of the year award

Forward Shane Wright cements exceptional season with rookie of the year award

TORONTO — With his name already being mentioned in the same sentence as NHL stars John Tavares and Connor McDavid, forward Shane Wright could have buckled to the pressure in his first season with the Kingston Frontenacs.
Ontario government not looking to provide financial bailout for the CFL

Ontario government not looking to provide financial bailout for the CFL

TORONTO — If CFL commissioner Randy Ambrosie is expecting financial assistance from the Ontario government, it seems he best think again.
Horse racing given green light by Ontario government to get underway

Horse racing given green light by Ontario government to get underway

TORONTO — The Ontario government has given Woodbine Entertainment the green light to run live horse races.
U Sports unveils nominees for male and female athletes of the year

U Sports unveils nominees for male and female athletes of the year

OTTAWA — An aspiring Olympian, a runner conquering autoimmune disease and a history-making goaltender are among the nominees for U Sports athletes of the year.
Toronto FC fullback Justin Morrow happy to be back on the training field

Toronto FC fullback Justin Morrow happy to be back on the training field

Toronto FC fullback Justin Morrow's new normal is driving to the training ground in his soccer uniform, bringing a ball and training cones with him.
Mackenzie Tour waiting for border to reopen as golf courses allowed to start play

Mackenzie Tour waiting for border to reopen as golf courses allowed to start play

TORONTO — Golf may be returning to Canada soon, but the nation's professional golf tour is still waiting to see what happens next.
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