Monday Sports Update – Patrick Reed Wins Masters

(Augusta, GA) — San Antonio born Patrick Reed is the champion at the 2018 Masters Tournament in Augusta. Reed fired a final-round 71 to finish at 15-under for the weekend and take home the green jacket. It is his first major championship. Rickie Fowler made a late charge but came up short and finished in second at 14-under. Jordan Spieth carded a Sunday-low 64 and ended in third at minus-13, two-strokes ahead of fourth-place finisher Jon Rahm. Rory McIlroy, Bubba Watson, Cameron Smith, and Henrik Stenson finished tied for fifth. Tiger Woods capped his return to Augusta with a final-round 69 and ended up tied in 32nd place at one-over par for the tournament.

Rangers Fall To Blue Jays, Host Angels Today

(Arlington, TX) — Cole Hamels gave up two first inning home runs as the Rangers fell to the Blue Jays 7-4 in Arlington. Joey Gallo drilled a two-run homer in defeat. Texas lost the series 2-1 and dropped to 4-and-7 on the season. The Rangers open a three-game home series with the Angels today. Doug Fister gets the start, with the first pitch coming at 7:05 p.m. Our pregame begins at 6:30 this evening on 710AM and 97.5FM KGNC.

Astros Rip Padres

(Houston, TX) — Max Stassi broke a scoreless tie with a three-run homer in the fifth inning as the Astros ripped the Padres 4-1 in Houston. Josh Reddick padded the lead with a solo shot in the sixth. Charlie Morton struck out seven over six innings of work to earn his second win. The defending champion Astros took the rubber match and improved to 8-and-2.

MLB National League
Pittsburgh Pirates 5, Cincinnati Reds 0
Miami Marlins 6, Philadelphia Phillies 3
Chicago Cubs 3, Milwaukee Brewers 0
Arizona Diamondbacks 4, St. Louis Cardinals 1
Atlanta Braves 4, Colorado Rockies 0
Los Angeles Dodgers 2, San Francisco Giants 1 (F/10)
New York Mets 6, Washington Nationals 5 (F/12)

MLB American League
Baltimore Orioles 8, New York Yankees 7 (F/12)
Boston Red Sox 8, Tampa Bay Rays 7
Cleveland Indians 3, Kansas City Royals 1
Seattle Mariners at Minnesota Twins (PPD)
Detroit Tigers 1, Chicago White Sox 0
Toronto Blue Jays 7, Texas Rangers 4
Los Angeles Angels 6, Oakland Athletics 1

MLB Interleague
Houston Astros 4, San Diego Padres 1

Mavericks Fall To 76ers

(Philadelphia, PA) — The Mavericks played their final road game of the season and lost 109-97 to the 76ers last night. Harrison Barnes scored 21 points and Dennis Smith Junior 20 for Dallas. The Mavericks have lost three in-a-row and are 24-and-57 overall. The final game of the season is tomorrow at home versus the Phoenix Suns.

Indiana Pacers 123, Charlotte Hornets 117
Philadelphia 76ers 109, Dallas Mavericks 97
Atlanta Hawks 112, Boston Celtics 106
Memphis Grizzlies 130, Detroit Pistons 117
Toronto Raptors 112, Orlando Magic 101
Utah Jazz 112, Los Angeles Lakers 97
Golden State Warriors 117, Phoenix Suns 100

Season Over For Stars

(Dallas, TX) — The season is over for the Dallas Stars, who lost their final game 4-2 to the Kings on Saturday. Dallas finishes the season at 42-32-and-8 and will miss out on the postseason.

Florida Panthers 4, Boston Bruins 2

Busch Wins First Race Of Year

(Fort Worth, TX) — Kyle Busch won his first NASCAR event of the season at Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth. Kevin Harvick was the runner up, while Jamie McMurray finished third and Erik Jones fourth in the O’Reilly Auto Parts 500. It was Busch’s third Texas victory and the 44th of his career.

Cowboys Start Voluntary Minicamp Next Monday

(Frisco, TX) — The Cowboys open their voluntary veteran minicamp a week from today at The Star in Frisco. The nine-week offseason program is broken down into three phases. The first phase last two weeks and is limited to strength and conditioning workouts along with rehab. The 2018 NFL Draft kicks off on April 26th at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.



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