In one of his most dominant starts since his breakout 2016 season, Blue Jays starter Aaron Sanchez came within six outs of recording just the second no-hitter in franchise history before a trio of consecutive hits from Orioles ended that quest, but Sanchez still earned the victory thanks to some late heroics from veteran Curtis Granderson to lift Toronto to their second series victory of the season.
Roger Federer reaffirmed his status as the greatest of all time Sunday evening at the Australian Open when he outlasted Marin Cilic in a gripping five-set battle to take home his record-breaking 20th Grand Slam title: a new record that will likely stand for many decades to come.
After the widespread devastation in Puerto Rico caused by Hurricane Maria nearly three weeks ago, Monica Puig has been working tirelessly, alongside a number of her compatriots, to raise money to help with relief efforts on the island where millions of people are still without power and basic necessities.
World number two Simona Halep dropped just four games in a clinical display of defence to offence to score her first win over Maria Sharapova and move into the last eight for just the second time in six appearances at the China Open.
In his last start of the regular season, Masahiro Tanaka made Yankees history in a career-best seven-inning outing that blanked the Blue Jays and kept New York’s faint hopes of clinching the AL East division title alive.
Josh Donaldson, Teoscar Hernandez, and Kendrys Morales spearheaded a night to remember for the Blue Jays offence to stall the Red Sox’s bid for a second consecutive American League East division title.