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Jays slugger Bautista to have season-ending surgery

Toronto Blue Jays slugger Jose Bautista will have season-ending surgery to stabilize a tendon in his left wrist.
Roddick, Raonic take different routes to victory

Roddick, Raonic take different routes to victory

That Andy Roddick's last match as a twentysomething would not be his last match at the 2012 U.S. Open was hardly in doubt Tuesday, especially whenever he was launching that intimidating, tough-tohandle serve of his.

Canada's rugby women bare all for charity

The Canadian women's sevens rugby team is hot. Its current world No. 2 ranking indicates the Langford-based program will likely be a factor when the sport makes its Olympic debut in the 2016 Rio Summer Games. But there's another reason.

NHL tables 'significant' offer to players

With the possibility of another lockout beginning to loom large, the NHL took what commissioner Gary Bettman termed a "significant" and "meaningful" step in negotiations on Tuesday.

Native softball players look to take on the world

Doreen Rice and Gina Olsen from Vancouver Island will be travelling to Turin, Italy, next summer for the World Masters Games as part of the North American Native Sisters softball team.

Grizzlies dump Clippers in pre-season

Dante Hahn had a goal and an assist to pace the Victoria Grizzlies to a 4-1 win over the Nanaimo Clippers in B.C. Hockey League pre-season play in Sooke on Tuesday night.

Undrafted Carroll, Magee have big plans

Forwards were free-agent invitees to NHL rookie camps

Romero better but still loses 11th straight

When Mariano talks, Rafael Soriano listens. The career saves leader was watching when his fill-in gave up a three-run homer in the ninth inning of the Yankees' extra-inning loss Monday night and had some thoughts.

Clean sweep for youngest Bertsch

His body was aching a day later, but a sweep of the three City of Victoria Island Open tennis titles helped take the edge off for Wesley Bertsch.

Canada's rugby sevens book tickets to World Cup

Both the Canadian men's and women's rugby sevens teams made it their goal to qualify for the 2013 World Cup next June in Moscow. Both succeeded Sunday.
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