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NBA PLAYOFFS-SCHEDULE Rockets take out Westbrook, Thunder UNDATED (AP) -- The Houston Rockets have found a way to stop Russell Westbrook from getting triple-doubles - by ending the Oklahoma City Thunder's season. The Rockets have advanced to the NBA's Western Conference semifinals by knocking off the Thunder, 105-99 in Game 5. James Harden had 34 points and Lou Williams added 22 to help Houston reach Round 2 for the second time in three seasons.

Warriors, Raptors, Hawks win...Clippers get Rivers back...Berry leaving UNC early

UNDATED (AP) -- Stephen (STEH'-fehn) Curry poured in 37 points and the Golden State Warriors completed a four-game sweep in their NBA first-round series by slamming Portland, 128-103. Toronto leads its opening-round series 3-2 after Norm Powell poured in a career playoff-high 25 points in the Raptors' 118-93 rout of Milwaukee. Dwight Howard's 16 points and 15 rebounds led Atlanta's 111-101 decision over Washington, tying the series at two games apiece.

Tigers OF Jones says he's feeling OK after being hit in face

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Detroit outfielder JaCoby Jones said he felt lucky a day after being hit in the face by a pitch that later sparked a benches-clearing tussle between the Tigers and Minnesota Twins. Jones was taken to the hospital Saturday after getting a scare when a pitch from Twins reliever Justin Haley left him bloodied and a little dazed.

LEADING OFF: Twins-Tigers scrap; Scherzer on Sunday night

A look at what's happening all around the majors today: ___ BAD BLOOD The Tigers and Twins close out a three-game series a day after benches cleared and punches were thrown. Detroit's JaCoby Jones was hit in the face by a pitch, and two innings later, Minnesota slugger Miguel Sano punched Tigers catcher James McCann in the mask as both dugouts emptied after Matthew Boyd threw a pitch behind Sano.

Jones hit in face by pitch, Tigers and Twins scrap on field

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Not long after Detroit outfielder JaCoby Jones got hit in the face by a pitch , the Tigers and Minnesota Twins were nose-to-nose on the field. Twins slugger Miguel Sano punched Tigers catcher James McCann in the mask during a bench-clearing scrap in the fifth inning of Detroit's 5-4 victory Saturday.

Tigers CF Jones hit in face by pitch, taken to hospital

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Detroit Tigers center fielder JaCoby Jones was taken to a hospital Saturday after getting hit in the face by a pitch . Jones left in the third inning against Minnesota when he was drilled in the left side of his mouth by a 90 mph fastball from Twins reliever Justin Haley.

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MLB-SCHEDULE Mets mash Phillies UNDATED (AP) -- The New York Mets' feast-or-famine offense was in complete feast mode on Tuesday in Philadelphia. Yoenis Cespedes (yoh-EH'-nehs SEHS'-peh-dehs) belted three home runs and two other Mets came within a triple of the cycle in a 14-4 clobbering of the Phillies.

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MLB-SCHEDULE Mets mash Phillies UNDATED (AP) -- The New York Mets' feast-or-famine offense was in complete feast mode on Tuesday in Philadelphia. Yoenis Cespedes (yoh-EH'-nehs SEHS'-peh-dehs) belted three home runs and two other Mets came within a triple of the cycle in a 14-4 clobbering of the Phillies.

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MLB-SCHEDULE Bosox bash Birds UNDATED (AP) -- Dustin Pedroia (peh-DROY'-uh) and Christian Vazquez have helped the Boston Red Sox climb over .500 at 4-3. Pedroia went 2-for-4 with four RBIs as the Bosox hammered Baltimore, 8-1. The Red Sox led just 2-1 until Pedroia poked a two-run single in the seventh. Vazquez supplied four of Boston's 15 hits, including a two-run triple in the eighth. Drew Pomeranz pitched into the seventh and maintained his 1.

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MASTERS-THE LATEST Garcia, Rose share Masters lead AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) -- Sergio Garcia continues to own a share of the Masters lead through three rounds, but he's keeping different company atop the leaderboard. Justin Rose birdied five of his last seven holes for a 5-under 67 that leaves him tied with Garcia at minus-6.

Treinen gets Nats' closer job; Pelfrey cut

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -- Blake Treinen will begin the season as Washington's closer, even though he has only one big league save. After the Nationals lost Mark Melancon to the San Francisco Giants in free agency, Treinen won the job over Shawn Kelley and Koda Glover. "Blake has that turbo sinker," manager Dusty Baker said Thursday.