(Indianapolis, IN) — Australian Will Power is the winner of the 102nd running of the Indianapolis 500. In the final few laps of the race, Power was running in the third position and was catapulted into the leader spot after the two racers in front of him decided to pit. Danica Patrick crashed on the 68th lap on the final race of her career. Takuma Sato’s bid to repeat as champion failed as he crashed in Lap 47.
(Charlotte, NC) — Kyle Busch is finally a champion at Charlotte. Busch dominated the Coca-Cola 600 and is now the only driver to win at every track on which he has started. The number-18 led 377 of the 400 laps and swept every stage on its way to victory lane. It was the fourth win of the season for Busch and the 47th of his career.
(Seattle, WA) — The Twins’ losing streak is up to four after being swept in Seattle with a 3-1 loss to the Mariners. Eduardo Escobar doubled in the lone run in the second inning for Minnesota, which fell to 21-and-27. Jose Berrios took the loss and dropped to 5-and-5. The Twins begin a three-game series in Kansas City tonight.
(Minneapolis, MN) — The Twins are moving on from veteran pitcher Phil Hughes. They have traded Hughes to the San Diego Padres along with cash and the 74th overall pick in next month’s draft in exchange for minor league catcher Janigson Villalobos. Hughes was designated for assignment last Monday after posting a 6.75 ERA in seven appearances for the Twins.
(Eagan, MN) — The Vikings will resume Organized Team Activities tomorrow. The second set of OTA’s will run through Thursday. The final series of OTA’s will be June 4th through 7th. Mandatory minicamp will run from June 12th through 14th.
(Washington, DC) — The Minnesota Lynx scored just 10 fourth quarter points and lost 90-78 to the Mystics in DC. Maya Moore netted 18 points to pace Minnesota, which dropped to 2-and-2. The Lynx wrap up their three-game road trip tomorrow in Atlanta.
(Las Vegas, NV) — Game One of the Stanley Cup Final gets going tonight as the Vegas Golden Knights host the Washington Capitals in Game One tonight. The expansion Golden Knights look to cap their historic season with a championship, while the Capitals seek the first Stanley Cup in franchise history.