The Tigers took two out of three from the Rays with a 9-4 win on Sunday in Detroit.  Detroit jumped on Rays’ starter Chris Archer early.  Miguel Cabrera and Victor Martinez homered.  Starter Jordan Zimmermann had to leave the game with a strained groin in the sixth inning.   Zimmermann (7-2) allowed two runs and five hits in 5 2/3 innings — this was the first start all year in which he didn't make it through six.  Cabrera also left early with a left knee bruise after being hit by a pitch in the seventh.  He’s day to day.   The Tigers have won six of seven, after losing 11 of 12.  The Tigers will host the Phillies for the final three games of the 9-game home stand tonight through Wednesday.   Mike Pelfrey starts for the Tigers.  Broadcast time is 6:45 on WBCK.

NHL

Jason Garrison scored 53 seconds into overtime to give Tampa Bay a 4-3 victory and a three-games-to-two lead in the NHL's Eastern Conference finals against Pittsburgh. Nikita Kucherov scored twice for the Lightning, who climbed within one victory of their second straight trip to the Stanley Cup finals.  Game 6 is Tuesday night: Pittsburgh at Tampa Bay.

San Jose is at St. Louis for game 5 tonight with the series tied at two.

NBA

The Thunder beat Golden State in Game 3 on Sunday in Oklahoma City, 133-105.

Kevin Durant poured in 33 points and Russell Westbrook added 30 at Oklahoma City to take a 2-1 lead in the NBA's Western Conference finals.  The Thunder matched a franchise record for most points scored in a playoff game and outrebounded Golden State 52-38   Game 4 is Tuesday night at Golden State.

Toronto beat Cleveland to end their playoff unbeaten streak at 10.  The Cavs lead the series 2-1 going into tonight’s game 4 in Toronto.

KCC Baseball

The KCC Bruins fell short of another World Series appearance, with a 13-5 loss to Sinclair on Saturday at regionals. KCC ends the season at 39-18.

Nascar

Joey Logano won at the all-star weekend at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Saturday night.

PGA

Sergio Garcia ended a four-year winless drought on the PGA Tour when he beat Brooks Koepka in a playoff at the Byron Nelson.