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Cleveland Indians troll Detroit Tigers fans via Twitter

Cleveland Indians troll Detroit Tigers fans via Twitter

Detroit left-hander Matthew Boyd (2-2) allowed three runs and five hits in 7 2/3 innings. The Tigers added onto their advantage with three more runs in the bottom of the second inning, and once again, it was a one-out walk that got things going for Detroit .



Hull City manager Silva laments poor start in Palace loss

Andrea Ranocchia's failed clearance gave Crystal Palace's Wilfried Zaha an easy goal in the third minute, and the Tigers never recovered from having to play from behind the eight ball from nearly the beginning. The campaign finishes with a 2-2 draw at Watford to make it six games undefeated. Here, Press Association Sport looks at five things we learned in the Premier League this weekend.



Nadal crushes Djokovic to reach Madrid tennis final

I suggested in my opening Masters 1000 preview of the season - Indian Wells - that a power shift was looking possible in tennis in 2017. "There's no blame on anyone, it's down to me", Murray said after an error-strewn performance against Coric.


Mourinho places all his chips on Europa League final

Mourinho places all his chips on Europa League final

United were knocked out of the running for Champions League qualification but can still reach Europe's highest club competition through the Europa League. Southampton , who won 2-1 at relegated Middlesbrough on Sunday, are in a straight shootout for eighth place with West Bromwich Albion, who now lead them on goal difference.



Diamondbacks' Iannetta hit in face with 93 miles per hour fastball

Goldschmidt had two homers, the second one measured at 453 feet, and drove in three runs for Arizona. "From the first moment, I knew it was gone", Osuna said. The next day, Pirates star Andrew McCutchen was drilled in the back with a fastball. Both players had been off to slow starts at the plate. He was hit in the face with a pitch from the Pirates' Johnny Barbato on Friday night.


Boston Celtics to play Cleveland Cavaliers in National Basketball Association eastern conference finals

Boston Celtics to play Cleveland Cavaliers in National Basketball Association eastern conference finals

The Celtics stormed back to take a three-point lead, 82-79, with 1:01 remaining. Washington was led by 38 points from Bradley Beal, but John Wall struggled, shooting just 1-of-8 from deep on the way to 18 points and 11 rebounds. The first half lacked rhythm and flow, thanks in large part to the officiating. Probably the hardest-working guy on the team. That was still pronounced (43-31) but the Celtics overcame it.