In baseball, Dana Eveland, who played at College of the Canyons, made his first appearance in the major leagues in more than a year on Monday.
Eveland pitched 2/3 of a inning in relief against the Phillies. He came in with two runners on in the eighth inning and preserved a four-run lead for the Mets.
Eveland spent the 2013 season pitching in South Korea. The Mets are the eighth major league team Eveland has played on.
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The NHL Stanley Cup final begins tonight between the Los Angeles Kings and the New York Rangers at Staples Center.
The Kings have pushed things to the max, going seven games in each of the first three series in the Western Conference playoffs.
The Rangers knocked out the Flyers, Penguins and Canadiens to reach the Stanley Cup final.
A bit of good news for the Kings: Injured defenseman Robyn Regehr might return for Game 1 against the Rangers. Regehr has been out almost a month, since Game 1 of the Western Conference finals against the Ducks, with a knee injury.
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Regehr told ESPN he is ready to play, but it will be coach Darryl Sutter’s decision.
The Kings meanwhile are ready to make their second Stanley Cup finals appearance in the past three seasons.
Listen to the game tonight on AM 1220 KHTS. The puck drops at 5.
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The Los Angeles Dodgers lost to the White Sox, 4-1, and are 2-5 over their past seven games.
The Dodgers conclude their series against the White Sox tonight at Dodger Stadium.
Josh Beckett starts for the Dodgers against Johnny Danks for the White Sox.
First pitch is at 7:10.
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