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Oh, Canada, indeed! Canadian singer Alexis Normand forgot the words of “The Star-Spangled Banner” prior to the Memorial Cup junior hockey championships on Saturday in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. As the Halifax Mooseheads and Portland Winterhawks nervously waited for the opening face-off, Normand sang her wa
The St. Paul Saints, an independent minor league baseball team with a history of wacky promotions, are fulfilling the dream of many managers: getting rid of all the umpires. During their May 11 game against the Gary SouthShore Railcats, the Saints will replace umpires with a judge and a jury. It's allegedly the f
In the most glaring example of a lack of marketing creativity and out of obvious desire for a paid name sponsor, the new four-team college football playoff system that is replacing the Bowl Championship Series will be called the
A day after the city of Boston was locked down under a 'shelter-in-place' order while a massive manhunt captured the last suspect at large in last Monday's Boston Marathon bombings, the Boston Red Sox held extended pregame ceremonies at Fenway Park on Saturday to honor the memory of the victims of the attacks and celebrate the Boston police, emergency responders and marathon volunteers
NASCAR's roots are in the American South. Before its expansion over the past two decades, the racing circuit was thought of as a regional sport, one with a great deal in common with country music. In 1985, some of the biggest names i
Wednesday night marked the first major sporting event in Boston since Monday's bombings of the Boston Marathon. Prior to the Boston Bruins' game against the Buffalo Sabres at TD Bank Garden, the Bruins observed a moment of silence for the victims and survivors of the bombings
There is a reason some leagues use a 10-run 'mercy rule,' and this is it. Licking Heights High School of Pataskala, Ohio beat Harvest Prep of Winchester, Ohio, 65-0, earlier this month. The game was called after Licking Heights plated a jaw-dropping 31 runs in the third inning. Ohio state rules don't allow the 10-run rule to be used until the
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