(Toronto, Ontario) — The Twins hit four two-run home runs as they bashed the Blue Jays 9-1 and swept the three-game series in Toronto. Eddie Rosario, Jonathan Schoop, C.J. Cron and Jorge Polanco all went deep for Minnesota, which finished 4-and-2 on its road trip. Polanco finished 5-for-5, while Cron had four of the Twins’ 18 hits.
(Minneapolis, MN) — The Twins are off today and will begin a seven-game homestand tomorrow night against the Tigers at Target Field. The teams will play a doubleheader on Saturday to make up an April 12th game that was postponed due to snow. Jake Odorizzi will start the series opener tomorrow opposite Detroit’s Tyson Ross.
(Washington, DC) — The Boston Red Sox will celebrate their 2018 World Series championship at the White House today. The team has an off day after completing a three-game series in Baltimore and will meet with President Donald Trump in the Rose Garden this afternoon. Team manager Alex Cora has elected not to attend, along with outfielder Mookie Betts, pitcher David Price and others.
(Eagan, MN) — The Vikings are adding another player they had in for a tryout during rookie minicamp. The team has signed defensive end Stacy Keely. The Vikes released offensive lineman Adam Bisnowaty to clear a spot on the 90-man roster.
(Minneapolis, MN) — The Minnesota Lynx open up preseason tomorrow night against the Washington Mystics at the Target Center. Minnesota will then visit Las Vegas on May 19th in its only other exhibition tuneup. The Lynx begin the regular-season at home against Chicago on May 25th.
(Undated) — The San Jose Sharks are heading to the Western Conference finals after beating the Colorado Avalanche 3-2 in Game Seven of their semifinal series in San Jose. The Sharks will face the St. Louis Blues in the West finals starting Saturday in San Jose. Tonight, the Bruins host the Carolina Hurricanes in Game One of the Eastern Conference finals in Boston.