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Daily Archives: 10th June 2018

F1 – Vettel takes pole position in Canada ahead of Bottas and Verstappen

Sebastian Vettel took his 54th career pole position, beating Mercedes’ Valtteri Bottas and Red Bull Racing’s Max Verstappen in a tight qualifying session the Canadian Grand Prix that saw the top three drivers separated by less than two tenths of a second. Ferrari set the pace in the opening session with Vettel going quickest. The German swapped times with team-mate ...

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MLB Sunday scores, highlights, live team updates, news: Cubs aim to sweep Pirates

As always, Sunday brings us a full 15-game slate of Major League Baseball action, including a healthy dose of afternoon games. Here is everything you need to know about Sunday’s MLB action: Sunday’s scores Cubs, Pirates going in opposite directions One Sunday afternoon, the Cubs will look to complete a three-game sweep of the Pirates at Wrigley Field, and wow, ...

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BREAKING: Vlad Jr. (knee) out at least 4 weeks

Vladimir Guerrero Jr. has been diagnosed with a strained patellar tendon in his left knee. The Blue Jays will manage him conservatively and he will be re-evaluated in four weeks. Guerrero, the son of Hall of Fame electee Vladimir Guerrero, is MLB Pipeline’s No. 2 prospect. The third baseman is <span class="token token-hyperLink" id="token-2D18C9B6E2C… MLB News Index

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Canada starts strong in 3-on-3 basketball World Cup debut

Team Canada found the winning formula early in its debut at the FIBA 3-on-3 World Cup on Saturday in Manila, Philippines, posting a pair of victories in pool play. Michael Linklater, Jermaine Bucknor, Michael Lieffers, and substitute Steve Sir, who are based out of Saskatoon, opened the tournament with a 21-15 win over Mongolia, followed by a 20-17 victory over Russia.  Canada will ...

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