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5:15 PM: The L.A. Kings tweet photos of forward Marian Gaborik bringing the Stanley Cup to Trencin Castle in his home country of Slovakia.

4:15 PM: Tampa Bay Rays manager Joe Maddon tweets a photo of himself with Joan Jett, who will be performing at Tropicana Field following Saturday's game.

4:00 PM: Gordon Hayward is returning to the Utah Jazz after the team matched a four-year, $63 million offer sheet from the Charlotte Hornets.

3:45 PM: New York Yankees pitcher Masahiro Tanaka issued a statement Friday apologizing for "not being able to help during this time" as he is expected to miss six weeks due to a UCL tear in his right elbow.

3:30 PM: A 21-year-old woman was arrested for allegedly flashing her breasts while on a ride at DelGrosso's Amusement Park in Tipton, Pennsylvania. The Penn State men's basketball team will be holding its summer outing at the same park next month.

3:00 PM: 31-year-old Amelia Rose Earhart (no relation to the previous Amelia Earhart) landed at Oakland International Airport Friday to become the youngest woman to fly around the world in a single-engine aircraft.

2:45 PM: Dan Kolko of MASN reports the Washington Nationals will have no players playing in Tuesday's MLB All-Star Game, as pitcher Jordan Zimmermann will miss the game due to a right arm injury.

2:00 PM: The Cleveland Cavaliers sold out all their 12,000 season tickets within a day after LeBron James announced he was returning to the team.

1:45 PM:'s Adam McCalvy reports Milwaukee Brewers shortstop Jean Segura has left the team after his 9-month-old son died Friday in the Dominican Republic.

1:15 PM: An intoxicated man was tased & arrested after trying to flee then fighting police at Legoland Florida on Wednesday. When officers asked what his name was, the man responded "Pterodactyl".

1:00 PM: Former Mount Mourne (North Carolina) Elementary School teacher John Patterson was found guilty Friday on 173 counts of child abuse for molesting students during the 1970s & 1980s.

12:45 PM: The Press of Atlantic City reports the Trump Plaza is joining the Showboat & Revel as casinos that are expected to close down by September.

12:30 PM: USA Today has compiled images of front pages from Saturday's Miami & Northeast Ohio newspapers about LeBron James returning to the Cleveland Cavaliers.

12:15 PM: Hartford city officials have withdrawn their $60 million public bond plan to fund construction of a new baseball stadium for the New Britain Rock Cats.

12:00 PM: Baylor offensive lineman Jacob Kyle & BSR Cable Park owner Stuart Parsons were among three men arrested for beating another man at the water park over Memorial Day weekend.

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