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Red Sox get on board but Yanks lead big

Boston finally broke through against Adam Warren, putting a dent in what was an eight-run lead for New York (Live on ESPN & WatchESPN).

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Clips' Paul questionable for Game 1 vs. Rockets

The Los Angeles Clippers have officially listed star point guard Chris Paul as questionable for Game 1 of the Western Conference semifinals against the Houston Rockets on Monday.

Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao

SC gets look at Mayweather and his $100M check (0:25)

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Astros win 10th straight (0:52)

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Esmil Rogers is summoned to quell Sox uprising. Two runs in, two runners on, all with two out

Best 1st round pick of the 2015 draft

Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay each think an AFC East team had the best pick of the opening round:

  • Kiper: WR DeVante Parker to Miami (No. 14)
  • McShay: DT Malcom Brown to New England (No. 32)

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Things getting testy in Boston

Adam Warren hit Hanley Ramirez, and Ramirez took a second to shake it off while casting a glare Warren's direction. Once things calmed down, Pablo Sandoval singled to left to drive home David Ortiz, and the Yankees' lead is down to 8-2. Watch live

Blackhawks strike twice in second

After Jonathan Toews opened the scoring with a shorthanded goal, Duncan Keith hit Patrick Kane with a great pass to set up the Blackhawks' second score of the night. Chicago takes a 2-0 lead over the Wild into the third. Follow live

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Scott Burnside @ESPN_Burnside

To the surprise of absolutely no one Ducks open scoring Matt Beleskey converting nice feed from Ryan Kesler on another odd man rush.

Brewers fire manager Ron Roenicke
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Milwaukee has fired manager Ron Roenicke after the team started a league-worst 7-18. The Brewers have the second-worst run differential in baseball (-41).

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Yankees piling on in the sixth

With James Taylor in the booth offering play-by-play and musical insight, Brett Gardner crushed a 3-run homer to right-center field to put New York up 8-0. Watch live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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Scott Powers @ESPNChiPowers

Keith with a stretch pass to Kane and Kane finishes from the right circle with 19.9 seconds left in the period. Blackhawks 2-0

Yankees have Red Sox in trouble

Through 5 innings, New York is still shutting out Boston, as P Adam Warren is dealing left and right. But one bright side for Red Sox fans: James Taylor is set to join the ESPN broadcast to discuss his new song, "Angels of Fenway." Watch live

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Blackhawks strike first

Marian Hossa sets up Jonathan Toews on the breakaway for a shorthanded goal as the Blackhawks go up on the Wild. The puck deflected off the butt of Minnesota G Devan Dubnyk's stick and into the net. Follow live

Joe McDonald @ESPNJoeyMac

Bad turnover by the Wild and Blackhawks' Toews scores a shorthanded goal to give Chicago a 1-0 lead.

Joe Kelly's night comes to an end
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The last time he met the Yankees, Kelly allowed one hit over eight innings. Tonight was a bit different, as the Boston P gave up 5 runs in the first 3 innings. He'll take a seat with the Yankees up 5-0 in the top of the 5th. Watch live

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Red Sox not ready to concede fourth

The Red Sox threatened to put a runner across for the first time on the night, but the Yankees got out of the inning with a double play. ... Or did they? Boston challenged the out at 1st, and it was overturned, keeping the inning alive. Watch live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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Betts keeps Red Sox from a deeper hole

The Yankees had runners on second and third with two outs in the top of the fourth, but Mookie Betts snagged an Alex Rodriguez line drive to center to spare Boston any further damage. New York has a 5-0 lead. Watch live on ESPN/WatchESPN

Ellsbury is a problem for Red Sox
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Boston knows all too well just how good Jacoby Ellsbury can be, and he's made his former team pay. He's 6-for-12 at the plate in the series, including a 3-for-3 performance already tonight. Watch live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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