(St. Petersburg, FL) — The Twins were knocked around for 16 hits in a 14-3 loss to the Rays at Tampa Bay. Ehire Adrianza, Max Kepler and Byron Buxton plated runs for Minnesota, which has dropped two-of-three. Martin Perez was tagged for six runs and didn’t make it out of the third inning to fall to 7-and-2 with the loss. The Twins and Rays continue their four-game series tonight at Tropicana Field. Jose Berrios will get the ball for Minnesota. Kyle Gibson will throw tomorrow, followed by Jake Odorizzi in the finale on Sunday.

(Toronto, Ontario) — The Toronto Raptors are drawing first blood in the NBA Finals. Pascal Siakam led the charge with 32 points as the Raptors beat the Warriors 118-109 in Game One in Toronto. Steph Curry paced Golden State with 34 points in defeat. Game Two of the best-of-seven matchup tips off Sunday in Toronto.

(St. Louis, MO) — The Blues and Bruins play Game Three of the Stanley Cup Final tomorrow night in St. Louis. The best-of-seven series is squared at a game apiece after the teams split the first two games in Boston. The Blues will also host Game Four on Monday. St. Louis is seeking its first ever Stanley Cup while Boston last won in 2011.

(Eagan, MN) — The Vikings are off for the weekend. The team hold the third and final week of OTA’s next Monday through Thursday. A three-day, mandatory minicamp will follow from June 11th through 13th.

(Minneapolis, MN) — Gianluca Pascucci [[ jan-LEW-cuh puhs-coo-chee ]] is the new assistant general manager of the Timberwolves. He joins the Wolves after serving as director of global scouting for the Brooklyn Nets since 2016.

(Oklahoma City, OK) — The Golden Gophers are one loss away from ending their season. Minnesota fell short 7-2 to UCLA in its first game at the Women’s College World Series in Oklahoma City. The Gophers will face Washington tomorrow in an elimination game.

(Arlington, TX) — The Minnesota Lynx are on the road for the first time when they visit the Dallas Wings tomorrow night. The Lynx will also make a trip to Seattle on Tuesday before returning home. Minnesota is 2-and-0 following home wins over Chicago and Seattle.

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