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LA Angels
Today's Featured Sports Pick

Game Date:
7:07pm EST

Los Angeles -1.5
Toronto +1.5

Over 10.5 (-120)
Under 10.5 (+100)

Community Picks: LA Angels 58% vs Toronto 42%

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LA Angels
Getting back to basics at the plate has been paying off for Los Angeles Angels slugger Mike Trout. Trout hit two home runs, including his sixth career grand slam, and had a career-best seven RBIs as the Angels beat the Toronto Blue Jays 11-6 on Wednesday night. "This is the best I've felt all season, just getting a pitch to hit and not missing it, just barrelling the ball," Trout said. Continue to Article
June 20, 2019 12:04:am EST
Wednesday night was not a particularly fun game for Blue Jays fans. The club recorded their 10th loss in its last 13 games, Aaron Sanchez couldn't make it out of the fourth inning, and the Jays got out-hit 16-6 while committing three errors to the Angels' zero. Rowdy Tellez hit a pair of home runs, but in terms of things to like that was about it in the 11-6 defeat. Continue to Article
June 19, 2019 11:09:pm EST
Raptors head coach Nick Nurse revealed on Wednesday that his team has been invited to meet the Prime Minister, but haven't heard anything from the White House. Continue to Article
June 19, 2019 7:18:pm EST
More than a million people were feeling the Toronto Raptors celebration vibe on Monday, as fans flooded the streets downtown to wave and party with the NBA champions as they slowly made their way through in a parade. Structures were climbed and flags were waved as the team passed by, resulting in a party the likes of which the city had never seen. When the party dissipated and everybody made their way home, there was another sports franchise gearing up to play a game in the evening, and they figured why not join the fun? Continue to Article
June 17, 2019 7:41:pm EST
A giant parade to celebrate the Toronto Raptors winning their first NBA title was marred Monday by a shooting behind the downtown stage at Nathan Phillips Square -- which left two people badly injured and sent revelers fleeing in panic. A crowd estimated at more than one million people gathered across downtown Toronto for a parade in tribute of the team, but the victory rally at the jam-packed square was briefly halted by gunshots. Toronto police tweeted that two victims had serious but not life-threatening injuries, two people were in custody as a result of the incident and two firearms had been recovered. Continue to Article
June 17, 2019 5:04:pm EST
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