Stanley Cup Finals
Los Angeles 4, New Jersey 2
Wednesday, May 30: Los Angeles 2, New Jersey 1, OT
Saturday, June 2: Los Angeles 2, New Jersey 1, OT
Monday June 4: Los Angeles 4, New Jersey 0
Wednesday, June 6: New Jersey 3, Los Angeles 1
Saturday, June 9: New Jersey 2, Los Angeles 1
Monday: Los Angeles 6, New Jersey 1
Oklahoma City vs. Miami
TODAY: Miami at Oklahoma City, 9 p.m.
THURSDAY, June 14: Miami at Oklahoma City, 9 p.m.
SUNDAY, June 17: Oklahoma City at Miami, 8 p.m.
TUESDAY, June 19: Oklahoma City at Miami, 9 p.m.
x-THURSDAY, June 21: Oklahoma City at Miami, 9 p.m.
x-SUNDAY, June 24: Miami at Oklahoma City, 8 p.m.
x-TUESDAY, June 26: Miami at Oklahoma City, 9 p.m.
Major League Baseball
at San Fran.-155Houston+145
at Tampa Bay-150New York+140
New York (AL)-150at Atlanta+140
Milwaukee-140at Kansas City+130
at St. Louis-145Chicago+135
at LA (NL)-110LA (AL)+100
at Seattle-160San Diego+150
at Oklahoma City5(195)Miami
Odds to Win Series
World Golf Ranking
Through June 11
1. Luke Donald10.29
2. Rory McIlroy9.01
3. Lee Westwood8.16
4. Tiger Woods6.71
5. Bubba Watson6.21
6. Matt Kuchar5.97
7. Justin Rose5.68
8. Hunter Mahan5.41
9. Jason Dufner5.30
10. Dustin Johnson5.09
11. Steve Stricker5.03
12. Martin Kaymer5.02
13. Phil Mickelson4.98
14. Webb Simpson4.81
15. Charl Schwartzel4.70
16. Louis Oosthuizen4.68
17. Adam Scott4.67
18. Zach Johnson4.62
19. Jason Day4.54
20. Rickie Fowler4.53
21. Graeme McDowell4.35
22. Sergio Garcia4.23
23. Bill Haas4.05
24. Keegan Bradley3.99
25. Peter Hanson3.93
PGA Junior Championship
Maumee Bay State Park
Boys 16-18: 1. Mitchell Kontak 75*; 2. Luke Shaffer 75; 3. Nicholas Smith 76
Boys 14-15: 1. Jack Mancinotti 80; 2. Andrew Headman 88*; 3. Josh Kruzel 88
Girls 16-18: (9 Holes only): 1. Bailey Moreland 41; 2. Alex Graf 44; 3. Jaclyn Fanola 45
Girls 14-15: (9 Holes only): 1. Monica Torda 40; 2. Nicole Rusk 50
Boys Overall Medalist: Mitchell Kontak 75
Girls Overall Medalist: Monica Torda 40
All-Northern Buckeye Conference
FIRST TEAM: P-Nick Vespi, Eastwood, soph.; Jake Materni, Lake, sr. C-Zach Coffield, Eastwood, sr. 1B-Casey Kitchen, Fostoria, jr.; 2B-Ryan Mang, Eastwood, soph. SS-Nathan Hackworth, Otsego, jr. 3B-Jake Schmeltz, Eastwood, soph. OF-Josh Tantari, Lake, sr.; Jeff Vanscoder, Elmwood, sr.; Corey Hotmer, Lake, sr. Utility-Hunter Donald, Otsego, jr.; Casey Gose, Genoa, soph. DH-Kris Hayward, Eastwood, sr.
SECOND TEAM: P-Conlan Varty, Elmwood, sr.; Jayce Vancena, Lake, soph. C-Trey Marsh, Elmwood, sr. 1B-Nate Downs, Otsego, sr. 2B-Dustin Pepper, Otsego, sr. SS-John Sandwisch, Woodmore, sr. OF-Zack Irick, Elmwood, jr.; Michael Jarosz, Rossford, sr.; Drake Johnson, Otsego, jr. DH-Zak Keels, Fostoria, sr.
Player of the year: Jeff Vanscoder, Elmwood.
Pitcher of the year: Nick Vespi, Eastwood.
Ashland002 00 - 2 4 2
Whitehouse352 02 - 12 13 1
WP-Reiter. LP-Pierce. Callahan (W) 3-4, 2B, HR, 5 RBI.
Perrysburg100 123 0 - 7 9 2
Archbold307 002 0 - 12 11 3
WP: Walker. LP: Dimmering. Wagner (A) 2B, 2 1B.
hole in one
JAMES C. WISE, No. 14 at Ottawa Park, 96 yards, 9-iron.
Rafael Nadal (2), Spain, d. Novak Djokovic (1), Serbia, 6-4, 6-3, 2-6, 7-5.
Most Men's Titles
Rafael Nadal - 7 (2005-08, 2010-12)
Bjorn Borg - 6 (1974-75, 1978-81)
Henri Cochet - 4 (1926, 1928, 1930, 1932)
Gustavo Kuerten - 3 (1997, 2000-01)
Ivan Lendl - 3 (1984, 1986-87)
Mats Wilander - 3 (1982, 1985, 1988)
Rene Lacoste - 3 (1925, 1927, 1929)
French Open Men's Champions
2012 - Rafael Nadal
2011 - Rafael Nadal
2010 - Rafael Nadal
2009 - Roger Federer
2008 - Rafael Nadal
2007 - Rafael Nadal
2006 - Rafael Nadal
2005 - Rafael Nadal
2004 - Gaston Gaudio
2003 - Juan Carlos Ferrero
2002 - Albert Costa
2001 - Gustavo Kuerten
2000 - Gustavo Kuerten
1999 - Andre Agassi
1998 - Carlos Moya
1997 - Gustavo Kuerten
1996 - Yevgeny Kafelnikov
1995 - Thomas Muster
1994 - Sergi Bruguera
1993 - Sergi Bruguera
1992 - Jim Courier
1991 - Jim Courier
1990 - Andres Gomez
1989 - Michael Chang
1988 - Mats Wilander
1987 - Ivan Lendl
1986 - Ivan Lendl
1985 - Mats Wilander
1984 - Ivan Lendl
1983 - Yannick Noah
1982 - Mats Wilander
1981 - Bjorn Borg
1980 - Bjorn Borg
1979 - Bjorn Borg
1978 - Bjorn Borg
1977 - Guillermo Vilas
1976 - Adriano Panatta
1975 - Bjorn Borg
1974 - Bjorn Borg
1973 - Ilie Nastase
1972 - Andres Gimeno
1971 - Jan Kodes
1970 - Jan Kodes
1969 - Rod Laver
1968 - Ken Rosewall
1967 - Roy Emerson
1966 - Tony Roche
1965 - Fred Stolle
1964 - Manolo Santana
1963 - Roy Emerson
1962 - Rod Laver
1961 - Manolo Santana
1960 - Nicola Pietrangeli
1959 - Nicola Pietrangeli
1958 - Mervyn Rose
1957 - Sven Davidson
1956 - Lew Hoad
1955 - Tony Trabert
1954 - Tony Trabert
1953 - Ken Rosewall
1952 - Jaroslav Drobny
1951 - Jaroslav Drobny
1950 - Budge Patty
1949 - Frank Parker
1948 - Frank Parker
1947 - Joszef Asboth
1946 - Marcel Bernard
1940-45 - No tournament, World War II
1939 - Don McNeill
1938 - Don Budge
1937 - Henner Henkel
1936 - Gottfried von Cramm
1935 - Fred Perry
1934 - Gottfried von Cramm
1933 - Jack Crawford
1932 - Henri Cochet
1931 - Jean Borotra
1930 - Henri Cochet
1929 - Rene Lacoste
1928 - Henri Cochet
1927 - Rene Lacoste
1926 - Henri Cochet
1925 - Rene Lacoste
NOTE: Prior to 1925, the French Open was restricted to French players.
Gerry Weber Open
Cedrik-Marcel Stebe, Germany, d. Carlos Berlocq, Argentina, 6-3, 3-6, 7-5.
Lukasz Kubot, Poland, d. Jarkko Nieminen, Finland, 6-4, 6-4.
Mikhail Youzhny, Russia, d. Robin Haase, Netherlands, 6-3, 6-2.
Ze Zhang, China, d. Tobias Kamke, Germany, 6-4, 7-6 (7-2).
Philipp Kohlschreiber (8), Germany, d. Dustin Brown, Germany, 7-6 (7-4), 7-6 (7-4).
Milos Raonic (5), Canada, d. Philipp Petzschner, Germany, 7-5, 7-6 (7-1).
ATP Money Leaders
Through June 11
7.Juan Martin del Potro$1,092,185
WTA Money Leaders
Through June 11
Major League Soccer
Real Salt Lake932292214
NOTE: Three points for victory, one point for tie.
Vancouver 3, Houston 1
LOS ANGELES ANGELS - Agreed to terms with RHP Roy Alvarez, RHP Mark Sappington, SS Eric Stamets, C Andrew Patterson, C Zachary Wright, OF Quintin Davis, RHP Pat Lowery, OF Joel Capote, C Zachary Livingston, C Pedro Pizarro and RHP Kenny Hatcher on minor league contracts.
TORONTO BLUE JAYS - Agreed to terms with OF D.J. Davis, INF Mitchell Hay, RHP Tyler Gonzales, OF Anthony Alford, RHP Tucker Donahue, LHP Brad Delatte, INF/OF Eric Phillips, OF Ian Parmley, C Harrison Frawley, INF Jordan Leyland, OF Alex Azor, C John Silvano, LHP Zakery Wasilewski, LHP Shane Dawson, INF Jorge Flores, OF Dennis Jones, LHP Colton Turner, INF Jason Leblebijian, C Daniel Klein, INF Derrick Chung, C Jorge Saez, INF Shaun Valeriote, LHP Kyle Anderson, RHP Justin James, RHP Justin D'Allesandro, RHP Robert Joseph Brosnahan, RHP Charles Ghysels, RHP Tim Nicholas Brechbuehler and LHP Joseph Spano on minor league contracts.
ATLANTA BRAVES - Recalled RHP Cory Gearrin from Gwinnett (IL). Optioned RHP Julio Teheran to Gwinnett.
NEW YORK METS - Named Jose Leger manager of Kingsport (Appalachian).
PITTSBURGH PIRATES - Signed C Wyatt Mathisen.
National Football League
NFL - Suspended Minnesota WR Jerome Simpson three games and fined him an additional game check for violating the NFL Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse.
ARIZONA CARDINALS - Re-signed DE Vonnie Holliday to a one-year contract. Released DE Conrad Obi.
BALTIMORE RAVENS - Announced the retirement of WR Derrick Mason.
CINCINNATI BENGALS - Signed WR Mohamed Sanu.
DALLAS COWBOYS - Signed OT Pat McQuistan, WR Danny Coale, TE James Hanna and LB Caleb McSurdy.
NEW YORK GIANTS - Re-signed DT Rocky Bernard. Placed TE Jake Ballard on the waived/failed physical list.
INDYCAR - Docked Justin Wilson five points and fined Dale Coyne Racing $7,500 for failing a post-race inspection after the team's win on Saturday. Fined Ed Carpenter Racing $5,000 and docked Carpenter one point for using a wicker taller than what was permitted under the rules.
OHIO - Named Rob Smith baseball coach.
College World Series
Friday, June 15
Game 1 -- Stony Brook (52-13) vs. UCLA (47-14), 5 p.m.
Game 2 -- Arizona (43-17) vs. Florida State (48-15), 9 p.m.
Saturday, June 16
Game 3 -- Kent State (46-18) vs. Arkansas (44-20), 5 p.m.
Game 4 -- South Carolina (45-17) vs. Florida (47-18), 9 p.m.
Sunday, June 17
Game 5 -- Game 1 loser vs. Game 2 loser, 5 p.m.
Game 6 -- Game 1 winner vs. Game 2 winner, 9 p.m.
At Baylor Ballpark
Saturday, June 9: Baylor 8, Arkansas 1
Sunday, June 10: Arkansas 5, Baylor 4
Monday, June 11: Arkansas 1, Baylor 0, 10 innings, Arkansas advances
At Carolina Stadium
Saturday, June 9: South Carolina 5, Oklahoma 0
Sunday, June 10: Oklahoma 0, South Carolina 0, 6 innings, susp., rain
Monday, June 11: South Carolina 5, Oklahoma 1, comp. of susp. game, South Carolina advances
At PK Park
Saturday, June 9: Kent State 7, Oregon 6
Sunday, June 10: Oregon 3, Kent State 2
Monday, June 11: Kent State 3, Oregon 2, Kent St. advances
1990-Egypt, a 500-1 long shot, stuns the Netherlands when Magdi Abdel-Ghani converts a penalty shot with 8 minutes remaining to tie the World Cup favorites 1-1.
1991-The Chicago Bulls win the first NBA championship in the team's 25-year history with a 108-101 victory in Game 5 over the Los Angeles Lakers. MVP Michael Jordan scores 30 points, Scottie Pippen has 32 and John Paxson 20.
1999-Cal Ripken is 6-for-6, homering twice and driving in six runs as the Baltimore Orioles score the most runs in franchise history with a 22-1 rout of the Atlanta Braves.
2007-Justin Verlander, mixing 99 mph heat with crazy curveballs, pitches a no-hitter to lead the Detroit Tigers over the Milwaukee Brewers 4-0.
2008-The Boston Celtics overcome a 24-point deficit and beat the Los Angeles Lakers 97-91 to take a commanding 3-1 lead in the NBA finals. No team has ever overcome more than a 15-point deficit after the first quarter, and the Celtics post the biggest comeback in the finals since 1971.
2009-Pittsburgh's Max Talbot scores two second-period goals as the Penguins beat the defending champion Detroit Red Wings 2-1 in Game 7 and win the Stanley Cup at Detroit's Joe Louis Arena. Pittsburgh's Evgeni Malkin, the playoff scoring leader with 36 points, earns the Conn Smythe Trophy as the postseason MVP.
2011-The Dallas Mavericks win their first NBA title by winning Game 6 of the finals in Miami, 105-95. Jason Terry scores 27 points and Dirk Nowitzki adds 21 as the Mavericks win four of the series' last five games.