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CALGARY - The Calgary Stampeders re-signed import defensive lineman Demonte Bolden on Tuesday. cheap jerseys from china . Bolden, who was set to become a free agent on Feb. 15, played 17 regular-season games at defensive tackle for the Stampeders in 2013, recording 34 tackles, four sacks, three knockdowns and two fumble recoveries. Bolden missed the CFL Western Division final because of a knee injury suffered in Calgarys regular-season finale. "Demonte was a strong presence on the interior of our defensive line last season," Stampeders head coach and general manager John Hufnagel said in a release. "All reports indicate that his recovery is going well and Im looking forward to seeing him back in full form at training camp." Bolden, 28, signed with the Stampeders in 2011 after two seasons with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. He has 110 career tackles to go along with nine sacks and five fumble recoveries. "Im grateful to be returning to the Stampeders," said Bolden. "I love the city, I love the fans, I love my teammates and its great to be back. My knee is doing very well and Im working hard to get ready for the coming season." wholesale jerseys . Froch retained his WBA and IBF titles with a ninth-round stoppage against Groves in Manchester on Nov. 23. Groves launched an appeal, saying referee Howard Foster stopped the fight prematurely, and the IBF then ordered a rematch. wholesale nfl jerseys . This week they discuss the return of Teemu Selanne, the actions of Steve Nash, 9/11 tributes in New York City, and NHL superstars taking on headshot issues.(Sports Network) - The Toronto Blue Jays continue their 10-day, nine-game road trip with a stop in Miami this evening for the first of three meetings against the Marlins. Toronto lost two of three games in Milwaukee and is coming off Wednesdays 8-3 setback to the Brewers at Miller Park. The Blue Jays rotation has been hit hard by the injury bug and Joel Carreno was the latest to take the mound. Carreno was called up from Triple-A Las Vegas and lasted only three innings, giving up five runs and five hits, including a trio of home runs. "In this ballpark, its unforgiving," Blue Jays manager John Farrell said. "If you make a mistake and its elevated, youre going to pay for it. They swung the bats exceptionally well today." Edwin Encarnacion homered for a third straight game and Jose Bautista finished 0-for-4 at the plate. Bautista had reached base safely in 19 consecutive contests, collecting 10 homers and 20 RBI over that period. Toronto is second in the majors with 101 home runs. The Yankees are first with 105. Blue Jays third baseman Brett Lawrie left Wednesdays game after the seventh inning due to right knee soreness. He sustained the problem after sliding into third base in the seventh inning, and is expected to play tonight. "Its not enough to make me not play, but at the same time, I just thought it was time to throw some ice on it," Lawrie said Wednesday on the clubs site. "And tomorrow weve got an off day, which is good. We can obviously treat it tomorrow and ice it all day and then be back in there the next day." The Blue Jays added pitcher Sean OSullivan on Thursday in a deal with Kansas City to bolster rotation depth. Brandon Morrow, Kyle Drabek, Drew Hutchison and Dustin McGowan are all sidelined due to injury, but ace Ricky Romero gets the nod Friday in Miami. Romero has been fortunate to avoid any setbacks this season and is 3-0 in his last six starts. Romero has recorded consecutive no-decisions and previously pitched in Saturdays 6-5 win over Philadelphia, as he battled through six innings and permitted four runs and seven hits. cheap jerseys. The lefty is 7-1 with a lofty 4.28 ERA in 14 starts this season and will take on the Marlins for the first time. He is 2-1 in seven starts away from Rogers Centre this season. Toronto will also visit Boston on the trek and hasnt defeated the Marlins since a 7-6 win in 10 innings on June 8, 2001. The Marlins start a nine-game homestand tonight with the Blue Jays. Besides playing in front of the home crowd, the Marlins have a good shot at bouncing back since they have won eight in a row against the Blue Jays and are 14-4 in this series since the 1998 campaign. The Marlins had a 15-minute meeting with Loria following a 15-5 loss to the Boston Red Sox, then dropped a 6-5 decision last night in the series finale at Fenway Park. Giancarlo Stanton homered and both Greg Dobbs and Omar Infante finished with two hits and two RBI for Miami, which has lost four in a row and 13 of its last 15 contests. Miami blew a 5-3 lead in the eighth inning, as Will Middlebrooks homered and Daniel Nava added an RBI single. Edward Mujica was dealt the loss and starter Carlos Zambrano lasted five innings on the hill, surrendering three runs and five hits. "Its not about how you start, its how you finish. Our finish line was very narrow," Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen said. "We have to step it up a notch." Miami, which scored five runs in each loss to the Red Sox, went 1-5 on the road trip and will turn to Anibal Sanchez for some relief this evening at Marlins Park. Sanchez may not be the best option to rally the troops since he is just 1-5 with a 4.13 earned run average in his last eight starts. Sanchez did not record a decision in Saturdays 4-3 win at Tampa Bay and was reached for three runs in 6 1/3 innings. He is 3-5 in 13 starts this season to go along with a 3.47 ERA and has never faced Toronto. The right-hander has made seven starts at home in 2012, going 1-4 with a 4.60 ERA. ' ' '

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