Wednesday Sports Update – Stars Out Of Stanley Cup Playoffs
Blues Stun Stars In Double Overtime, Take Game Seven
(St. Louis, MO) — Patrick Maroon scored the winning goal in the second overtime as the Blues outlasted the Stars 2-1 to win Game Seven of their second-round series in St. Louis. Maroon tipped in a deflected puck to give the Blues the win. Vince Dunn scored in regulation for St. Louis, which got 29 saves from Jordan Binnington. The Blues will face either Colorado or San Jose in the Western Conference finals. Ben Bishop racked up 52 saves for the Stars in defeat. Mats Zuccarello lit the lamp in regulation for Dallas, which is now eliminated.
Raptors, Nuggets Win Pivotal Game Fives
(Undated) — The Raptors and Nuggets are sitting pretty after pivotal Game Five wins in the NBA Playoffs. The Raptors crushed the 76ers 125-89 in Toronto and the Nuggets pounded the Blazers 124-98 in Denver. The Raptors and Nuggets both hold 3-2 series leads in their conference semifinals. Tonight, the Bucks host the Celtics up 3-1 and the Warriors entertain the Rockets tied at two.
Rockets Visit Warriors For Game Five Tonight
(Oakland, CA) — The Rockets are back in action as they visit the Warriors for Game Five tonight. Houston has won two games in a row to even the series at 2-2. Game Six is in Houston on Friday night.
Rangers Lose To Pirates
(Pittsburgh, PA) — Hunter pence went 3-for-3 and drove in four but the Rangers fell 5-4 to the Pirates in Pittsburgh. Texas drops to 16-and-17 on the season. The two teams will close out the series today before the Rangers begin a road series against the Astros tomorrow.
Astros Hammered By Royals
(Houston, TX) — The Astros served up two grand slams as they fell 12-2 to the Royals at home. Houston dropped to 21-and-15 on the season. The Astros will host the Royals for the series finale tonight.
MLB National League
Milwaukee Brewers 6, Washington Nationals 0
Philadelphia Phillies 11, St. Louis Cardinals 1
Chicago Cubs 5, Miami Marlins 2
San Francisco Giants 14, Colorado Rockies 4
New York Mets 7, San Diego Padres 6
Los Angeles Dodgers 9, Atlanta Braves 0
MLB American League
Chicago White Sox 2, Cleveland Indians 0
New York Yankees 5, Seattle Mariners 4
Boston Red Sox 8, Baltimore Orioles 5
Minnesota Twins 3, Toronto Blue Jays 0
Los Angeles Angels 5, Detroit Tigers 2
Kansas City Royals 12, Houston Astros 2
Pittsburgh Pirates 5, Texas Rangers 4
Tampa Bay Rays 6, Arizona Diamondbacks 3
Oakland Athletics 2, Cincinnati Reds 0
Sod Poodles Tuesday Doubleheader Canceled Due To Potential of Severe Weather
Tuesday’s doubleheader between the Amarillo Sod Poodles and Arkansas Travelers was canceled due to the potential of severe weather. The two games will not be made up later in the 2019 season. All tickets for the Monday, May 6 and Tuesday, May 7 games are considered rain checks and are valid for any remaining 2019 regular season game excluding July 4. To exchange tickets, fans will need to present them in-person at the HODGETOWN box office. The soddies begin a four-game series tomorrow in Corpus Christi.
Byron Nelson Championship Begins Tomorrow
(Dallas, TX) — In PGA action, the Byron Nelson Championship gets underway at Trinity Forest Golf Club tomorrow. Aaron Wise is the defending champion of the tournament. It is the final tournament before the PGA Championship next week.
Country House Will Sit Out Preakness
(Louisville, KY) — There will be no Triple Crown winner in horse racing this year. Kentucky Derby winner Country House will not run in the Preakness Stakes due to a developing illness. The horse was declared the winner of the Derby this past Saturday after first-place finisher Maximum Security was disqualified. It will be the first time in 23 years the Derby winner misses the Preakness.
FC Dallas Hosts Red Bulls Saturday
(Frisco, TX) — FC Dallas is gearing up for a home match against the New York Red Bulls on Saturday. FC Dallas has 17 points on the season. The club is fifth in the Western Conference.
College Baseball Roundup
(Undated) — In college baseball action, Texas is off until Tuesday. The Longhorns are 25-and-25 on the season. TCU will host Kansas for a three-game set beginning on Friday. The Horned Frogs are 26-and-20.
Copyright © 2019
TTWN Media Networks LLC