- Five Storylines: Blue and Gold rested and ready to give Tiger-Cats a rough ride at Investors Group Field.
- Digging the grass: youngsters on display at Canadian youth lawn bowling championship.
- Birdie barrage: Woodland fires 6-under-par 64 to take first-round lead at PGA Championship.
- Jays beats Red Sox: Grichuk belts two-run shot, drives in three runs as Toronto tops Boston 8-5
- Lions comeback: Travon Van's eight-yard touchdown run early in the fourth quarter staked the B.C. Lions to a come from behind 31-23 victory over the Edmonton Eskimos.
What we're reading
- The Wayne Gretzky trade quiz: 30-year anniversary edition
- How Kate Upton saved Justin Verlander's career: Houston's ace is on top of the game. All-Star. New baby on the way. But it wasn't always this good. Four years ago, injuries and depression nearly derailed his career. Love brought him back
- Trendsetter: Shawn Marion on new-look Raptors, Kawhi, changing the game.
In case you missed it
- Grand Central situation: Winnipeg Jets have their work cut out for them in NHL's toughest division.
- Paul Wiecek: Manziel fiasco makes CFL look like a joke.
- Hai Karate!: Winnipeg Mother-son duo to represent Canada.
What to watch
- CFL: The Winnipeg Blue Bombers return to action after one-week break in the schedule when they host the Hamilton Tiger-Cats tonight at Investors Group Field / 7:30 p.m. / TSN
- Golf: Second-round action of the PGA Championship from Bellerive Country Club in St. Louis / 1 p.m. / TSN
- MLB: The Toronto Blue Jays play the first of three at home vs the Tampa Bay Rays / 6 p.m. / Sportsnet
Let's look ahead
- On the road again: The Winnipeg Goldeyes are on a six-game road trip and will be back in action at Shaw Park next Friday when they play the first of three vs the Sioux City Explorers.
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