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Rangers Homer 5 Times In Win Over A’s Plus NBA Finals Back Tonight In Today’s Sports


PJC will be holding two basketball camps this month: the Dragons All American Boys Basketball Camp will be June 11-14 and Lady Dragons Basketball Camp is June 25-28. To find the forms in pdf format, go to parisjc.edu/athletics.

The NBA Finals are back in action tonight at 8:00 pm. Golden State holds a 2-0 series lead while Cleveland is hoping a little home cooking is what the doctor ordered.

The Rangers trailed the A’s 4-2 in the middle of the 7th inning before scoring 5 runs between the 7th and 8th innings to win the game 7-4. The go-ahead run came off the bat of Beltre. That was one of 5 home runs for the Rangers on the night. Texas and Oakland will play the finale of their two-game series tonight on 1490AM and 96.3FM KPLT. Pregame at 6:30. First pitch at 7:05.

Oliver Luck will become the first commissioner and chief executive officer of the XFL, it was announced Tuesday. “I’m thrilled to have this unique opportunity to reimagine the game that has been a constant in my life for 40 years.” Luck will leave his leadership role at the NCAA, where he oversaw the organization’s regulatory functions, including eligibility requirements and academic affairs, and the eligibility center.

The Detroit Tigers selected University of Texas second baseman Kody Clemens on Tuesday with the first pick of the third round (79th overall) in the MLB amateur draft. He is a son of former major league pitcher Roger Clemens. Kody Clemens is hitting .346 with 21 home runs and 68 RBIs for the Longhorns this season, his junior year.

For the first time since the Supreme Court overturned a federal ban, a state has launched sports betting. At 1:30 pm ET on Tuesday, Delaware ushered in a new era as Gov. John Carney placed the first bet, wagering $10 on the Philadelphia Phillies to beat the Chicago Cubs. By the way, he won his bet, the Phillies beat the Cubs, 6-1.

Parrish Cobb, who played cornerback at Oklahoma in 2016, was sentenced to 18 years in prison Monday. Cobb, 20, pleaded guilty to aggravated robbery in the holdup of a Baylor student at gunpoint. Prosecutors dismissed two other armed robbery charges Cobb faced as part of a plea bargain, though another remains pending.

Texas 7 Oakland 4
Seattle 7 Houston 1