(MLB) The Toronto Blue Jays have won 4 in a row. 21-year-old rookie Richard Urena hit a walkoff single in the bottom of the ninth as the Jays beat the Baltimore Orioles 3-2 last night. Toronto’s Joe Biagini pitched a career-high eight innings, allowing two runs and six hits with two strikeouts and zero walks. He threw just 88 pitches, 63 for strikes. Meanwhile The Cleveland Indians won their 20th straight game to tie the American League record, beating the Detroit Tigers 2-0 last night. The Indians matched the Oakland Athletics, who set the AL mark in 2002.
(Soccer) Jozy Altidore (alt-ah-door) has been voted the MLS player of the week, marking the fourth time in seven weeks that the honour has gone to a Toronto FC player. Altidore scored twice in Toronto’s 4-0 win over the San Jose Earthquakes in Week 27, making TFC the first team to clinch a spot in the playoffs.
(NHL) Calgary Flames president and CEO Ken King said yesterday that the team is no longer pursuing a new arena. The Flames and the city Calgary have been discussing the possibility of a new arena for several months as part of a further redevelopment of downtown Calgary. Flames president of hockey operations Brian Burke said that the team could end up relocating to another city. The news comes on the same day of reports that KeyArena in Seattle could be ready to host an NHL team by 2020.