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Barrie Red Sox major peewee's Jonathan Balah (6) tries to beat out the throw to Deven D'Gama of the Mississaugua Tigers during playdown action at the Barrie Sport Complex. The Red Sox play at the CNE Aug. 20. J.T. McVeigh Photo

Red Sox off to the CNE

Just like most kids his age, Matthew Barr plans on having fun on his trip down to Toronto to the Canadian National Exhibition (CNE).

Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel throws a pass as Redskins linebacker Trent Murphy pressures him on Monday night. (USA Today/photo)

Johnny Football flipping the bird - big deal

You hear the breathless dispatches from Cleveland and see the one-finger salute that got everyone so excited and you start to seriously question whether anyone in the media are remotely concerned about giving a fair and balanced picture.

Disgusting hazing claims at U.S. university

The University of New Mexico has launched an investigation into reports of a hazing incident in which female soccer players were made to strip and drink alcohol to excess, and were sprayed with urine, a school spokesman said on Tuesday.

Chris Kluwe at the Family Equality Council 'Los Angeles Award Dinner 2013' held at Globe Theatre, Universal Studio Hollywood in Los Angeles, California, United States. (Ai-Wire/WENN.com)

Vikings reach settlement with Kluwe

The Minnesota Vikings have reached a settlement with former punter Chris Kluwe over his claim that he was released by the team last year due to his support of same-sex marriage.

Brewers catcher Jonathan Lucroy (right) scores on a double by third baseman Aramis Ramirez in the first inning as Blue Jays catcher Dioner Navarro (left) fields the ball during MLB Interleague action in Milwaukee on Tuesday, Aug. 19, 2014. (Benny Sieu/USA TODAY Sports)

Jays slide continues in Milwaukee

Can the Blue Jays get their act together? The sad truth might be that they have, that this is their act. Losing games. Mediocre starting pitching. No hitting. Maybe that’s their act.

Team Canada coach Jay Triano gets set to catch a pass during the Americas team camp at the Mattamy Athletic Centre. (Stan Behal/Toronto Sun)

Canadian youth hoops in good hands

Earlier this month, the most successful basketball coach in Canadian history, Jay Triano, said it’s about time more of his ilk get some credit for helping to develop the burgeoning pipeline of talent in this country.

Los Angeles Clippers owner Steve Ballmer is introduced to fans at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, Aug. 18, 2014. (LUCY NICHOLSON/Reuters)

Ballmer gets ovation from Clippers fans

With his trademark top-of-the-lungs, high-fiving, rambunctious enthusiasm, former Microsoft Corp chief executive Steve Ballmer introduced himself to Los Angeles Clippers fans on Monday, promising a new era for the NBA team after former owner Donald Sterling was banned for life over racist remarks.

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