David Price returns from the injured list as is very impressive as the Red Sox rout the Blue Jays 12-2. Price did not allow any earned runs over five inings.  Price had not pitched since May 2nd because of left elbow tendinitis.

Vladimir Guerrero Junior wasn’t injured but didn’t play.  Jays giving their rookie sensation a day off.

The Ottawa Champions close out their opening weekend series with a 5-2 win over the New Jersey Jackals.

The Golden State Warriors are back in the N-B-A Finals for a fifth straight year. The defending champs edging Portland 119-117 in overtime to complete a four-game sweep in the Western Conference final.

The Toronto Raptors will look to carry some momentum from Sunday night’s big win into Game 4 of the Eastern Conference final tonight against Milwaukee. Toronto needed double overtime to edge the Bucks in Game 3, cutting the series deficit to 2-1.  Raptors coach Nick Nurse said yesterday that superstar Kawhi Leonard was “tired” a day after playing nearly an hour and scoring 36 points. But Nurse said Leonard will be ready for tonight.

The Rouyn-Noranda Huskies pick up their first win of the Memorial Cup, doubling up the winless Prince Albert Raiders 6-3 in Halifax.

The San Jose Sharks could be without some of their biggest names tonight in St. Louis in an elimination Game 6. The status of Joe Pavelski, Tomas Hertl and Erik Karlsson was still in doubt as of yesterday. The Blues lead the Western Conference final 3-2 and can book a spot in the Stanley Cup final against Boston with a win.

Canadian teenager Felix Auger-Aliassime takes on veteran John Millman of Australia in the second round of the Lyon Open in France. The clay-court event is a warm-up tournament ahead of the French Open, which begins next week. Auger-Aliassime is seeded fourth in Lyon and received a bye into the second round. Third-seeded Canadian Denis Shapovalov is scheduled to play tomorrow.

The auto racing world is mourning the loss of three-time Formula One champion Niki Lauda.

A Vienna doctor who oversaw Lauda’s lung transplant last August says he had been in poor shape for some time.

The 70-year-old Lauda died on Monday.

Mercedes F1 team principal Toto Wolff says Niki Lauda “will always remain one of the greatest legends of our sport.”

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