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NCAA women's tournament 2018: Bracket, schedule, scores, teams, and more

It’s NCAA tournament time, and everyone’s going after the usual suspect: the Connecticut Huskies. After yet another undefeated regular season, UConn looks the part of the clear tournament champion. But as we learned after their buzzer-beater...Show More Summary

CIT bracket, schedule, and scores

The 2018 College Insider Tournament is here, for those of you who can’t stand to wait a few days for your postseason college basketball fix. Teams that didn’t make the NCAA Tournament nor the NIT still have something to prove and will...Show More Summary

Heat vs. Nuggets was such a crucial game, it needed 2 OTs to be decided

One team was competing for playoff positioning. The other was fighting for a playoff spot. The Denver Nuggets and Miami Heat played a hard fought game on Monday night that needed two additional periods of basketball to be decided. In the end, it was Miami who came out with the victory, 149-141. Show More Summary

Rockets road betting favorites at Blazers for Tuesday contest

Two of the hottest teams in the NBA collide as the Rockets visit the Trail Blazers on Tuesday night, with Houston getting the nod at the sportsbooks. The Portland Trail Blazers are 13-0 straight up and 12-1 against the spread over their last 13 games. Show More Summary

LeBron James dismantled the Bucks for his 16th triple double

The King is in his 15th season and is still playing basketball like a superhero. LeBron James was absolutely unstoppable in the Cavaliers 124-117 win over the Bucks on Monday. He scored 40 points, dished out 10 assists and grabbed 12 rebounds for his 16th triple double of the season — his second in a row and third in four games. Show More Summary

The Nationals' overhauled coaching staff is experienced, fiery and very, very loud

The staff includes three men who have managed in the big leagues before, as well as a bunch of veteran coaches.

Nationals name Max Scherzer their Opening Day starter, though it was never in doubt

Also, the Nationals suggest second baseman Daniel Murphy will not be starting behind Scherzer on Opening Day.

Rosie DiManno: There’s no flash, and no dash, in Blue Jays’ approach

Thinking about the long term, GM Ross Atkins spent the off-season “finding those incremental opportunities to improve our environment.”

When less time on the mound equals more wins

Only 15 pitchers in the majors reached 200 innings last season, matching 2016 for the fewest ever in a nonstrike year.

Jays notebook: Marcus Stroman looks sharp in first start of spring

Right-hander disappointed stint with shoulder inflammation will rob him of opening day call.

Blue Jays infield a family affair

Sons of big-leaguers Clemens, Biggio, Bichette and Guerrero take on Canadian juniors

Rosie DiManno: Roy Halladay’s son is a chip off the old Doc

Braden Halladay is a mix of poise and pimples, and he’s a made-in-Canada pitcher.

Jays pitching prospect Thomas Pannone suspended 80 games after positive test

Pannone tested positive for the performance-enhancing substance Dehydrochlormethyltestosterone.

Yankees ‘politely talk’ with Judge after MLB says Machado recruiting violates tampering rules

After Aaron Judge said impending free agent Manny Machado would “look good in pinstripes,” Major League Baseball said in a statement: “We have been in contact with the Yankees. They communicated to us that Mr. Judge’s off the cuff comments were not appropriate and not authorized by the club. They will speak to him to make sure that this does not happen again.”

Rosie DiManno: Jays notebook: Aaron Sanchez knows ‘the ceiling’s pretty high for me’

Right-hander ‘excited’ by his progress after throwing 64 pitches in win over Braves

Rosie DiManno: How Roberto Osuna came to see El Chapo as a hero

Blue Jays closer grew up in the crime-infested Pacific Coast state of Sinaloa, where law enforcement was often more of a menace than the drug lords and where Joaquin Guzman’s career on the wrong side of the law rendered him a kind of Robin Hood, Rosie DiManno writes.

Jays legend Roberto Alomar joins fight to keep Edmonton ballpark from demolition

The Hall-of-Fame second baseman wrote a letter to Edmont Mayor Don Iveson after hearing that the 9,200-seat park may be demolished some day to make room for future redevelopment.

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