-Ken Rosenthal of Fox: Marlon Byrd of the Indians tested positive for PEDs again and has been suspended for 162 games. He did not appeal.

-Serena Williams easily won her 4th-Round match at the French Open. Losses today for Americans Venus Williams, Madison Keys and Shelby Rogers.

-Kenneth Starr has resigned as Chancellor at Baylor University. He was already removed as school president last week. Starr will continue to teach at Baylor's law school.

-TMZ Sports: Ex-linebacker Mike Singletary says he is absolutely interested in the head coaching job at Baylor. He says he believes in the school, and his son is a walk-on freshman there.

-NFL Media: Rams quarterback Nick Foles has not participated in team workouts since the club drafted quarterback Jared Goff in April. Foles received a $6 million roster bonus in March.

-The IOC's executive board unanimously recommended the addition of 5 sports for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo – baseball/softball, karate, surfing, skateboarding and sport climbing. The full vote on these will take place in August at the IOC's general assembly.

-The long-time PGA event at Trump Doral in Miami is leaving for Mexico City next year after Cadillac did not renew its sponsorship. AP reports that it became more difficult for the tour to get a new sponsor because of Donald Trump's notoriety.

-Richard Petty Motorsports suspended operations for its Xfinity racing team due to financial issues and "missed payments" from its sponsor.

-The first update of National League All-Star voting came out today – large leads at 1B for the Cubs' Anthony Rizzo and at 2B for the Cubs' Ben Zobrist. Cubs also lead at SS (Addison Russell) and 3B (Kris Bryant).

-The Mariners placed pitcher Felix Hernandez on the disabled list with a right calf strain.

-The Celtics extended the contracts of head coach Brad Stevens and team president Danny Ainge.

-The Thunder confirmed that assistant coach Monty Williams will not return to the team. He had stepped aside after his wife passed away in February.

-Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final is tonight (San Jose at Pittsburgh). Penguins forward Bryan Rust was on the ice for morning skate today after an "upper body" injury in Game 1. The rookie is called a "game-time decision."

-UCLA's campus is on lockdown while police investigate a shooting at an engineering building -- with two men killed -- just east of the football practice field (near the UCLA ticket office by Pauley Pavilion).

-The Dodgers shutout the Cubs 5-0 to snap Chicago's 6-game winning streak. Jake Arrieta earned a no decision, but Chicago's 23-game winning streak in games he starts ended.

-The Red Sox beat the Orioles 6-2. Boston's Mookie Betts hit 3 home runs with 5 RBI in the win.

-The Rockies rolled over the Reds 17-4. Colorado tied a franchise record with 7 home runs. Nolan Arenado and Charlie Blackman each hit two homers in the win.

-The Angels powered past the Tigers for an 11-9 win, with the two teams combining for nine home runs. C.J. Cron's second of the game was a 2-run walk off shot in the 9th. 

-The Royals downed the Rays 10-5. Kansas City has won 5 in a row. 

-The White Sox beat the Mets 6-4. Chicago snapped its 7-game losing streak. 


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