Boston at Toronto
Texas at N.Y. Yankees
Cleveland at Minnesota
Kansas City at Chicago White Sox
Baltimore at L.A. Angels
Houston at Oakland
L.A. Dodgers at Pittsburgh
San Francisco at Philadelphia
Miami at Atlanta
Cincinnati at Milwaukee
Washington at Colorado
San Diego at Chicago Cubs
N.Y. Mets at Seattle
Detroit at Arizona
Tampa Bay at St. Louis
Chicago at San Jose
Toronto 7 Boston 3
N.Y. Yankees 2 Texas 1 (14)
Cleveland 8 Minnesota 2
Kansas City 7 Chicago White Sox 1
Baltimore 4 L.A. Angels 2
Houston 3 Oakland 2 (12)
Pittsburgh 12 L.A. Dodgers 7
Miami 6 Atlanta 5
Chicago Cubs 6 San Diego 0
San Francisco 9 Philadelphia 6
Milwaukee 4 Cincinnati 3
Washington 7 Colorado 4
N.Y. Mets 3 Seattle 1
Tampa Bay 7 St. Louis 2
Arizona 5 Detroit 4
-- It's do or die tonite for the Kamloops Venom in their Thompson Okanagan Jr. Lacrosse final against the Vernon Tigers. The teams square off in a 7:30 start at Memorial Arena. Venom lost the first two games by scores of 10-7 and, 11--9.
-- Kamloops Broncos have named Steve Schuweiler to start at quarterback for their season opener in the BC Jr. Football Conference, Saturday night at 7. The Broncos open at home against the Westshore Bears at Hillside Stadium.
-- John Russell shot a 5-under-par 67 to lead the BC Senior Men's Golf Championship on a rainy day at Christina Lake. The Chestermere, Alberta product is one shot ahead of former champions Doug Roxburgh and Gudmund Lindbjerg. Pemberton's Lance Lundy is two shots back.
-- Canadian Augusta James is in a four-way tie for first in the Canadian women's amateur golf championship. James along with American Liz Breed, Mexico's Gabriela Lopez and Australia's Su-Hyun Oh all fired 4-under 67's. Kelowna's Megan Osland posted a bogey-free 3-under 68 to sit fifth, while defending champion Brooke Henderson is 7th at 1-under 70. In the 25 plus mid-amateur division, Christina Proteau of Port Alberni in on her way to her 4th straight title, after a 2-over 73 for a five shot lead.
-- Golfers in the 156 man Canadian Open get in their last practice rounds today at Royal Montreal. Top Canadian hopes are on the shoulders of David Hearn after a solid showing at the British Open, while, Graham DeLaet will be trying to rebound after failing to make the cut at Royal Liverpool.
-- This is opening day of the Commonwealth Games for 265 Canadian athletes in Glasgow, Scotland. The only Kamloops competitor is mountain biker, Catharine Pendrel who won the Canadian cross country championship over the weekend in Barrie.
-- Jose Reyes and Dioner Navarro homered in a three-run sixth inning as the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Boston Red Sox 7-3, to keep pace with Baltimore in the A.L. East. The Orioles were downing the L.A. Angels 4-2 to maintain a 4 game lead over the Jays.
-- Seattle Mariners lost 3-1 to the NY Mets to remain 8 1/2 games behind Oakland in the A.L. West, as the A's lost 3-2 in 12 innings to Houston.
-- San Francisco moved a game up on the Dodgers in the NL West, after beating Philadelphia 9-6 in 14 innings. L.A. lost 12-7 to Pittsburgh.
-- Tampa Bay roughed up Adam Wainwright for their sixth straight win, dumping St. Louis 7-2. Wainwright went 4 2/3rds innings, giving up 4 runs on 4 walks and, 6 hits.
-- Toronto Maple Leafs latched on to another former Canuck, agreeing to terms of a one year 1.1 million dollar contract with forward David Booth. The Ldeafs signed Mike Santorelli earlier this month to a one year, 1.5 million dollar deal.
-- NY Rangers and Mats Zuccarello have agreed to a one-year, $3.5 million contract. The deal comes three days before the sides were scheduled to go to arbitration.
-- Former Dallas great, Robert Newhouse has died after a battled with heart disease at the age of 64. Newhouse played 12 years for the Cowboys and, went to three Super Bowls.
-- L-A Clippers owner Donald Sterling has filed a new lawsuit in his attempt to retain the team and derail a potential 2 billion dollar sale. The lawsuit names his estranged wife Shelly Sterling, the N-B-A and commissioner Adam Silver, claiming they committed fraud and violated corporate law in their attempt to sell the team to former Microsoft C-E-O Steve Ballmer.