>>Angels Sneak By Mariners
C.J. Wilson tossed seven innings of two-hit ball as the Angels blanked the Mariners 1-0 in Anaheim. Former Angel Joe Saunders threw an eight-inning complete game for the Mariners but slipped to 5-and-7 for Seattle, which has lost three-of-four overall. The M's have lost three of their last four games and play the series finale tonight.
>>M's Sign 15 Draft Picks
The Mariners have agreed to terms with 15 draft picks from this month's amateur draft, the club announced Wednesday. The 15 players will report to Mariners' minor-league teams, with two going to short-season Class-A Everett. The Mariners have signed 28 of 40 selections from the draft.
>>Seahawks To Form Fan Council
The Seahawks on Wednesday announced the formation of a President's Fan Advisory Council that will assist team executives in the evaluating and enhancing the overall Seahawks fan experience. Meetings will be held quarterly to discuss fan issues from in-stadium experiences to in-stadium technology. The team seeks 12 season-ticket holders for the council and they will have two-year terms.
Brent Seabrook scored the winner 9:51 into overtime as the Chicago Blackhawks took a 6-5 win over the Boston Bruins in a wild Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Finals from TD Garden. Patrick Kane threw a shot on net from the right wing
that Tuukka Rask made a stop on, but the rebound came out to the left point. Bryan Bickell grabbed the disc there and tried to get it down low, but it bounced off of a couple of Bruins. However, it found its way to the stick of Seabrook, who glided over to the right point and fired a shot on net that beat
Rask cleanly to the stick side for the win and a tied series. Chicago bounced back from losses in Game 2 and 3 to knot this best-of-seven with Game 5 set for Saturday night in Chicago.
The Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs will do battle in Game 7 of the NBA Finals on tonight. The LeBron James-powered Heat rallied in the fourth quarter and found a way in overtime to hold off the San Antonio Spurs for a 103-100 win Tuesday night, setting up a seventh-game showdown. Tonght's Game
7 in Miami will be the NBA's first winner-take-all matchup to determine a champion since the Los Angeles Lakers beat the Boston Celtics in 2010.