A practical travel guide for a long weekend trip to Canada’s largest city.
Angels star Mike Trout is wary of messing with his line drive-producing swing.
By Bruce Levine- (CBS) — Multiple teams are double-teaming the Chicago Cubs with scouting coverage as the trading deadline grows closer. Numerous scouts from Boston, the New York Yankees, Toronto and San Francisco have watched […]
Someone needs to check to make sure pitcher Felix Doubront is OK.
Creativity at its finest.
Toronto capitalized on its first two power-play chances and didn’t flinch when the Chicago Wolves rallied to post a 5-2 victory Friday night at Allstate Arena in Game 1 of the Western Conference Semifinals.
Numerous media reports Thursday indicate the embattled public official flew to Chicago’s Midway Airport from Canada.
Toronto’s Tyler Hansbrough always seems to be in the middle of drama, doesn’t he?
The City of Toronto was doing a little chest thumping Wednesday morning at the expense of Chicago, after surpassing the Windy City as the fourth largest city in North America.
Gov. Pat Quinn took a surprise trip to Canada Monday to promote Illinois trade and business opportunities.
The Bulls are 5-0 at home for the first time since opening the 1996-97 season with seven straight wins at the United Center.
Goaltender Eddie Lack racked up 31 saves to guide the Chicago Wolves to a 2-1 victory over Toronto on Sunday afternoon at Allstate Arena.
Yunel Escobar doubled home the tiebreaking run in the seventh inning and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Chicago White Sox 4-2 on Friday night.
Juan Pierre’s ninth-inning infield single drove in the tiebreaking run and the Chicago White Sox beat the Toronto Blue Jays 3-1 on Thursday night.
A flight from O’Hare to Frankfurt, Germany, was diverted to Toronto late Monday when the pilot spilled coffee, accidentally setting off a hijacking alert.
Turns out the Buffalo Bills can lose anywhere: at home, on the road – and now in Canada, too.
The Chicago Bears look to keep the Buffalo Bills winless in Toronto matchup. TOM THAYER INTERVIEW
Either Canada is too caught up in the hockey season, or a Bears and Bills matchup doesn’t strike the people of Toronto as a great way to spend a Sunday.