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Friday, August 28,  2015 

FRIDAY'S SCHEDULE
FOOTBALL
CFL
     Toronto at Edmonton
 
BASEBALL:
             A.L.
     Detroit at Toronto 
     Seattle  at Chicago W-S
     L-A Angels at Cleveland 
     Houston at Minnesota
     Baltimore at Texas
     Kansas City at Tampa Bay 

             N.L.
     Chicago Cubs at L-A
     St. Louis at  San Francisco
     Colorado at Pittsburgh
     Cincinnati at Milwaukee
     San Diego at Philadelphia
     Miami at Washington
     
         INTER-LEAGUE
     NY Yankees at Atlanta
     Oakland at Arizona
     Boston at NY Mets   
 
SOCCER
MLS
     L-A Galaxy at San Jose

THURSDAY'S SCOREBOARD:
CFL
      Montreal 26 Hamilton 23

BASEBALL
MLB
            A-L
     Texas 4 Toronto 1
     L.A. Angels 2 Detroit 0
     Kansas City 5 Baltimore 3
     Tampa Bay 5 Minnesota 4
     Chicago White Sox 4 Seattle 2     

            N-L 
     L.A. Dodgers 1 Cincinnati 0
     San Francisco 9 Chicago Cubs 1
     N.Y. Mets 9 Philadelphia 5 (13 innings)
     Washington 4 San Diego 2
     Pittsburgh 2 Miami 1
     St. Louis 5 Arizona 3 
               
THE HEADLINES:

--  Montreal Alouettes stunned Hamilton 26-23 in CFL action, handing the TiCats their first ever loss in  their new stadium since it opened last year. The TiCats used the game to retire Angelo Mosca's #68. The 78 year old won five Grey Cups in the 9 trips Hamilton teams went to the final in his 12 seasons as a defensive tackle.

-- Kamloops Broncos make the trip to Victoria today for their game against the Westshore Rebels tomorrow afternoon. The Broncos  go into the weekend tied for second with Langley and the Vancouver Island Raiders at 3 & 2. The Okanagan Sun are 5 & 0 and, face Langley this weekend.

-- Toronto Blue Jays saw their lead  slip to a game and a half over NY in the A-L East after a 4-1 loss in Texas. Edwin Encarnacion extended his hitting streak to 22 games as the Jays went 6 & 2 on their road trip. They're back home to take on Detroit tonight in game one of a weekend series. 

-- The playoff-contending Chicago Cubs acquired  reliever Fernando Rodney from  Seattle in a cash deal, reuniting the exuberant closer with manager Joe Maddon.

-- There is a six way tied for first,  early in the second round of the PGA playoff tournament--the Barclay's in New Jersey.  Bubba Watson, Spencer Levin, and, Camillo Villegas were leading at 4 under 65 after the first round, but, hot starts  this morning  added Jim Furyk, Tony Finau and, Cameron Tringale to the top of the leaderboard at five under.
Nick Taylor starts the day as the top Canadian at 3 under. David Hearn is even par,  Graham DeLaet and, Adam Hadwin  are four over, in  grave danger of missing the cut.

-- Brittany Lang leads the LPGA Classic in Alabama by two shots, after a 7-under-65 that featured nine birdies. Canadians Brooke Henderson and, Alena Sharpe are sitting at one under 71.

-- Kamloops Blazers rookie camp begins today with scrimmages scheduled for 11am, 12:45, 5pm and, 6:45at the ISC. The new crop of  players will be  on the ice at the same times Saturday.  Main camp starts Sunday morning at 9  with scrimmages  at 5:30, 6:45 and, 8pm

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