(Source: Michigan Radio Network, Associated Press)

Tigers

The Tigers beat the Cincinnati Reds 6-0 Monday night in the first of two at Comerica Park. Anibal Sanchez tossed a complete-game shutout, giving up just two hits, no walks, and struck out 7.  The middle of the order did the damage for Detroit, as Miguel Cabrera, Yoenis Cespedes, and J.D. Martinez each went two for four.  Game two with the Reds is tonight.  Lefty Kyle Ryan starts for Detroit tonight.  Hear it at 6:40 p.m. on WBCK.

Tigers Keep Rondon in Toledo

The Tigers have activated relief pitcher Bruce Rondon from the disabled list and optioned him to Triple A-Toledo. Rondon began the season on the DL with biceps tendinitis and had been on a rehab assignment with the Mud Hens since last month. In nine games so far with Toledo, he has given up 10 runs on 15 hits with five walks and nine strikeouts in eight and two third innings.

Bombers

The Bombers lost to the Madison Mallards, 6-1.   Battle Creek hosts the Mallards again tonight.  First pitch is at 7:05 p.m.

NHL

The Chicago Blackhawks blanked the Tampa Bay Lightning, 2-0, to capture their third Stanley Cup title in six seasons.   Duncan Keith opened the scoring late in the second period, and Patrick Kane added his 11th goal of the playoffs with 5:14 left in regulation for the 'Hawks, who captured their sixth Cup overall but first on home ice since 1938.  Chicago is also the first team to win three titles in a six-season span since Detroit in 1997, 1998 and 2002.  Corey Crawford made 25 saves for the shutout and defenseman Duncan Keith was named the series’ Most Valuable Player.

NBA

The Golden State Warriors look to win their first championship since 1975 tonight in Game Six of the NBA Finals against the Cleveland Cavaliers at Quicken Loans Arena. Tip-off is 9:00 p.m.  It would be their second title since moving to the Bay Area and the fourth in franchise history.

Eastern Hills Sold to Developer

The Kalamazoo City Commission has agreed to sell Eastern Hills Golf Course for $2.2 million to a buyer with plans to redevelop the site into commercial and residential properties.  Kalamazoo commissioners unanimously approved the sale to JTM Management on Monday as they try to offset a $3 million budget deficit. The 27-hole course will continue to operate at least until this November.  City officials hope to use the proceeds to pay off debt and improve the Red Arrow and Milham Park golf courses.