Lowry leads in third round
OAKMONT, Pa. (AP)— Shane Lowry, who climbed into contention and fell back, is back on top when play resumes early this morning at the 116th U.S. Open at Oakmont. The Irishman is at 5-under par, good for a two-shot lead over little known Andrew Landry.
Career night for Blue Jays' Saunders...Big draw in Tampa Bay
UNDATED (AP) — Michael Saunders had quite a career night at Camden Yards.
Toronto's cleanup hitter set career highs with three home runs and also drove in a career-best eight runs in the Blue Jays' 13-3 laugher over the Orioles. The Jays have won four in a row.
Saunders homered with two on in the first inning, added another three-run hom
Cavs come through again, force Game 7 against Warriors
CLEVELAND (AP) — Now who has the momentum in the NBA Finals?
LeBron James had his second straight 41-point game and the Cleveland Cavaliers won their second straight must-win game, beating Golden State 115-101 to force a decisive Game 7 Sunday night in Oakland. No team has come back from a 3-1 deficit to win an NBA championship series, but the
Suzuki reaches milestone...Sale first to 11 victories...Freeman goes for the cycle in Atlanta
UNDATED (AP) — Ichiro Suzuki singled in the first inning and doubled in the ninth to raise his hits total in the Japanese and major leagues to 4,257, passing Pete Rose's record Major League Baseball total during the Miami Marlins' 6-3 loss to the San Diego Padres.
Warriors end title drought, knock off Cavs in 6
CLEVELAND (AP) — The Bay Area can prepare for another championship parade, although the locals have waited 40 years to celebrate an NBA title.
Warriors whip Cavs, knot series
CLEVELAND (AP) — The NBA Finals are now a best-of-3.
The series is tied at two games apiece following the Warriors' 103-82 win over the Cavaliers at Cleveland. Andre Iguodala and Stephen Curry each scored 22 points as Golden State avoided its first three-game losing streak of the entire season.
Cavs hold off Warriors to take 2-1 lead
CLEVELAND (AP) — The city of Cleveland is two victories away from celebrating its first major championship since Jim Brown and Frank Ryan led the Browns to the 1964 NFL title.