September 23, 2017

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Playbook: Big Blue avenge Labour Day loss with Banjo Bowl win, Fish one win from AA final, another Sutter looks to make a mark with Jets and more...

TREVOR HAGAN / THE CANADIAN PRESS

Saskatchewan Roughriders' Kienan Lafrance (29) is wrapped up while playing against the Winnipeg Blue Bombers' during the first half.

Top picks

  • Pickin' grinnin' and winnin': Blue thump Green Riders
  • Fish win! Fish win! Down Saltdogs to take 2-1 series lead
  • Another Sutter: This time Brody tries to make his bones with the Jets

Last night

  • TONY DEJAK / THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

    Cleveland Indians relief pitcher Cody Allen, right, is congratulated by catcher Yan Gomes after the Indians defeated the Baltimore Orioles 4-2 in a baseball game, Saturday, Sept. 9, 2017, in Cleveland.

    Tribe steamrolling opposition: Go for 18th straight win today
  • Roaring Tiger-Cats: Hamilton wins again
  • Stephens a champ: Wins U.S. Open women's title

What we're reading

  • Pool prep: The Hockey News Top 200 fantasy players for 2017-18
  • Cathal Kelly: Men’s tennis needs to move on from its Federer-Nadal obsession
  • Strap on the feedbag: LeBron and other athletes have some recipes for you

What to watch

  • MLB: The Toronto Blue Jays and Detroit Tigers wrap up a three-game weekend series at Rogers Centre / noon / Sportsnet
  • NFL: The Sunday Night Football matchup features old NFC East rivals as the New York Giants battle the Cowboys in Dallas / 7:20 pm / NBC

In case you missed it

  • Bigger, stronger, faster: Kyle Connor wants to stick with Jets
  • No surprise: New deals for Jets GM Chevy, head coach Maurice mere formality

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