Sunday’s Games

Sunday's Games

Sunday’s Games

NHL Playoffs

Second Round

Anaheim 6 Edmonton 3

(Oilers lead series 2-1)

Nashville 3 St. Louis 1 

(Predators lead series 2-1)

AHL Playoffs

First Round (best-of-five)

Providence 2 Wilkes-Barre/Scranton 1

(Providence wins series 3-2)

Hershey 3 Lehigh Valley 2

(Hershey wins series 3-2)

Stockton 5 San Jose 3

(Series is tied 2-2)

NBA Playoffs

First Round

Utah 104 L.A. Clippers 91

(Utah wins series 4-3)

Second Round

Boston 123 Washington 111

(Boston leads series 1-0)

MLB

American

Toronto 3 Tampa Bay 1

Baltimore 7 N.Y. Yankees 4 (11 innings)

Detroit 7 Chicago White Sox 3

Cleveland 12 Seattle 4

Houston 7 Oakland 2

Minnesota 7 Kansas City 5

L.A. Angels 5 Texas 2

National

Miami 10 Pittsburgh 3

Washington 23 N.Y. Mets 5

Milwaukee 4 Atlanta 3

Cincinnati 5 St. Louis 4

San Diego 5 San Francisco 2

Arizona 2 Colorado 0

L.A. Dodgers 5 Philadelphia 3

Interleague

Boston 6 Chicago Cubs 2

MLS

D.C. United 3 Atlanta United FC 1

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