The Phillies sent Tyler Cloyd to the mound last night as they looked to rebound after Tuesday night's 3-2 loss. Cloyd pitched well as he allowed one run on six hits over five innings of work and then handed the ball off to the bullpen. The bullpen collapsed once again. Working with a 3-2 lead, Antonio Bastardo gave up back-to-back doubles to start the eighth inning which tied the game at three. Later in the inning, Justin De Fratus would uncork a wild pitch that would allow the game-winning run to score in the eighth to down the Phillies 4-3. More here.
Left tackle Jason Peters was arrested early this morning in Monroe, Louisiana for drag racing and fleeing police. Officers observed Peters and another car sped off at a traffic light after it turned green. The officers pursued as one sedan pulled over but Peters' sped off in his white Camaro and would later pull over in a shopping center. He reportedly topped 100 mph while attempting to flee from police. More here.
The Stanley Cup Finals began last night as the Boston Bruins were in Chicago taking on the Blackhawks at the United Center. The Bruins got on the board in the first when Milan Lucic scored his fourth of the playoffs to give Boston a 1-0 lead after the first. They would extend their lead to 2-0 when Lucic scored again just 51 seconds into the second period. Brandon Saad would cut Boston's lead in half with his third of the playoffs just over two minutes later. Boston led 2-1 entering the third. Boston would extend their lead in the third when Patrice Bergeron beat Crawford on a gorgeous power play goal to give Boston a 3-1 lead. Dave Bolland and Johnny Oduya would score four minutes apart to tie the game for Chicago and force overtime. After a scoreless first two overtimes, Chicago's Andrew Shaw redirected Michal Rozsical's shot from the point