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Kluber, Indians clobber Royals

Corey Kluber was handed a big lead early in the game and the rest was simple


Giants shut out Pirates, end 6-game losing streak

San Francisco turned some of those fly-ball outs into home runs


Simpson comes up big at Players Championship

Webb Simpson navigated his way through a few mistakes but not too much stress to win


LeBron, Cavs routed by Celtics in Game 1

Marcus Morris scored 21 points and added 10 rebounds while pestering LeBron James into a playoff-high seven turnovers


Familiar faces, farewells headline Indy lineup

The throwback month is in full swing at Indianapolis Motor Speedway


Capitals zap Lightning to take 2-0 series lead

The Washington Capitals scored in the opening minute of the game and twice in the last 1:02 of the second period to pull away


Penguins hit three home runs, beat NKU.

The Youngstown State baseball team finished off a four-win week with a 10-3 victory at Northern Kentucky


SPORTS DIGEST || Mooney seniors sign Letters of Intent

Three Cardinal Mooney student-athletes signed Letters of Intent to continue their athletic pursuits at the collegiate level.


Rookie QB Rudolph won’t try to ‘bother’ Roethlisberger

Mason Rudolph has embraced his role with the Steelers.


LeBron undaunted by Celtics’ mystique

Cleveland’s star has bounced the Celtics from the playoffs four times in the past seven years.


AROUND THE HORN | Friday’s MLB games

AMERICAN LEAGUE Royals 10, Indians 9 CLEVELAND Andrew Miller, activated from the disabled list


Splash on No. 17 doesn’t keep Simpson from lead

No one ever played a better round at the TPC Sawgrass than Webb Simpson. For 16 holes, anyway.


Cavaliers, Celtics are joined at hip

The series everyone wanted. The one few expected to see.


Hood’s teammates laugh off his apology

The chaotic Cavaliers have dealt with bigger nonsense this season.


Six share first-round lead in Players Championship

Dustin Johnson, Webb Simpson and Alex Noren set the pace early. Matt Kuchar, Chesson Hadley and Patrick Cantlay also were at 66.