iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Here are the latest scores and winners:

INTERLEAGUE

Detroit 5, Philadelphia 4
Miami 7, Tampa Bay 6

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Kansas City 10, Minnesota 4
Chi White Sox 7, Cleveland 6
Oakland 5, Seattle 0
Chi White Sox 7, Cleveland 6
L.A. Angels 2, Texas 0

NATIONAL LEAGUE

L.A. Dodgers 1, Cincinnati 0
San Francisco 1, San Diego 0
Pittsburgh 6, Colorado 3
N-Y Mets 7, Washington 1
St. Louis 4, Chi Cubs 3

NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION PLAYOFFS

Toronto 105, Cleveland 99

NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE PLAYOFFS

San Jose 6, St. Louis 3

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Justin Berl/Getty Images(PITTSBURGH) — Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Ryan Vogelsong was sent to the hospital Monday after he was hit in the head by a pitch from Colorado Rockies starter Jordan Lyles.

According to the team, Vogelsong suffered a left eye injury and was admitted to Allegheny General Hospital. The Pirates said more information would be available Tuesday.

After the hit in the second inning, Vogelsong fell to the ground covering his left eye. Pittsburgh head athletic trainer Todd Tomcyzk was able to sit him up and according to ESPN, there was blood coming out of Vogelsong’s nose.

Despite the hit, the Pirates defeated the Rockies 6-3.

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Ezra Shaw/Getty Images(OKLAHOMA CITY) — Golden State Warriors’ guard Draymond Green will not be suspended for Game 4 after he kicked the groin of Oklahoma City Thunder center Steven Adams.

Green reiterated Monday that the kick in the second quarter of Game 3 of the Western Conference finals was accidental, and denied allegations from Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook that it was intentional.

“You know, Russell said I did it on purpose, but he’s a part of the superstar group that started all this acting in the NBA,” Green said Monday according to ESPN. “I didn’t. So, I sold the call. [The official] called me that way. I sold the call.”

He was given a Flagrant-1 foul for the kick.

Green has been compared to Cleveland Cavaliers guard Dahntay Jones, who was recently suspended for one game after he struck Raptors center Bismack Biyombo in the groin during Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals.

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Courtesy Frank Chi(WASHINGTON) — In a new film to be shown at the Smithsonian Arts and Industries Building over Memorial Day weekend, filmmaker Frank Chi attempts to help us learn from our darker moments in American history by juxtaposing them with the present.

The result is a heartbreaking resonance of past and present.

Chi filmed Muslim kids reading letters to Japanese-American survivors of the World War II internment camps. The letters were written by children in the internment camps, at a time when discrimination against Japanese Americans ran high. Many of the sentiments expressed in the letters sound eerily similar to the xenophobia that Muslim kids in America face today, more than 70 years later.

“We all know that there are people all over the world who hate certain races and they just can’t help it,” one of the letters in the film states, “but I’m sure when this war is over, there will be no racial discrimination, and we won’t have to doubt for a minute the great principles of democracy.”

Chi, the film’s director, told ABC News, “The idea sort of came to me at the end of last year, right after the Paris and San Bernardino attacks, and then when we had our very discouraging debate about Syrian refugees.”

Rep. Mike Honda, D-California, “said to me many years ago that the Islamophobia he hears today reminds him of what he heard growing up as a Japanese American,” Chi said. “This is something that a lot of survivors of these camps say.”

“The idea is powerful when you think about putting those two moments in history together,” Chi said, “I have been in a million film shoots before, and I’ve never cried on set before this.”

“Hate can be like a fungus, it just spreads. There needs to be moments when you see hate coming back into our politics, when you need to really remind people that we are talking about human beings here,” Chi told ABC News. “It’s important to respond to hate with love, and that to me is what this film does.”

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Jason Miller/Getty Images(CLEVELAND) — LeBron James has offered to pay for Cavaliers teammate Dahntay Jones’ NBA fine after he punched Toronto Raptors center Bismack Biyombo in the groin in the final moments of Game 3.

James told Cleveland.com he would “take care of” the $80.17 fine, which is worth 1/110 of Jones’ 2015-16 salary (his salaray is about $8,800 because he was signed on the last day of the regular season).

“It is what it is, man,” Jones, who was also suspended for one game, told ESPN Monday about the punishment. “Can’t get too upset about it. It’s unfortunate, but it is what it is.”

Jones will be out for Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals Monday night against the Raptors.

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iStock/Thinkstock(LIHUE, Hawaii) — In separate incidents, two planes crashed in Hawaii this morning, authorities said.

The first crash, which occurred at 9:30 a.m. local time, killed all five adults on-board the Cessna 182H taking off for a skydiving trip, going down shortly after departure from Port Allen Airport on the island of Kauai, according to Hawaii Department of Transportation spokesman Tim Sakahara.

The plane held a pilot, two instructors and two jumpers, likely preparing for a tandem jump over the island, Sakahara said.

The crash caused a brush fire just outside the fence line of the airport, where one of the victims was transported to a local hospital before being pronounced dead, authorities said.

Kauai Fire Department said the plane belonged to Skydive Kaua. The company did not immediately respond to ABC News’ request for comment.

The second crash occurred under more unclear circumstances, but with less grim results.

According to Honolulu EMS, the separate accident occurred about 2 hours later when a 56-year-old pilot and his 52-year-old female passenger crashed just yards off the shore of the island of Oahu. Both were rescued by Ocean Safety lifeguards and brought to shore. They both survived the crash. One had injuries, but was declared stable.

Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Ian Gregor told ABC News the Beechcraft Sundowner experienced engine trouble while inbound to Honolulu International Airport and landed just off of Makaha Beach.

The FAA and National Transportation Safety Board will investigate both crashes, according to Gregor and the NTSB.

Sakahara confirmed the second crash and told ABC News the weather appeared clear Monday morning.

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Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — Kelly Hoggan, the Transportation Security Administration’s head of security, has been removed from his post, according to an internal memo and the House Oversight Committee.

UPDATE: Kelly Hoggan has been removed from his position as head of security at TSA, following our hearing on May 12 on mismanagement at TSA.

— Oversight Committee (@GOPoversight) May 23, 2016

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Ezra Shaw/Getty Images(OKLAHOMA CITY) — Golden State Warriors’ guard Draymond Green could be suspended for Game 4 after he kicked the groin of Oklahoma City Thunder center Steven Adams.

Green reiterated Monday that the kick in the second quarter of Game 3 of the Western Conference finals was accidental, and denied allegations from Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook that it was intentional.

“You know, Russell said I did it on purpose, but he’s a part of the superstar group that started all this acting in the NBA,” Green said Monday according to ESPN. “I didn’t. So, I sold the call. [The official] called me that way. I sold the call.”

He was given a Flagrant-1 foul for the kick and is now waiting to hear if it will be upgraded by the NBA to a suspension.

Green has been compared to Cleveland Cavaliers guard Dahntay Jones, who was recently suspended for one game after he struck Raptors center Bismack Biyombo in the groin during Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals.

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iStock/Thinkstock(LIHUE, Hawaii) — Five adults were killed Monday in a plane crash on Hawaii’s island of Kauai, authorities said.

The single-engine plane took off from Port Allen Airport at 9:30 a.m. local time with a pilot, two instructors and two jumpers, likely preparing for a tandem jump over the island, according to Hawaii Department of Transportation spokesman Tim Sakahara.

The crash caused a brush fire just outside the fence line of the airport, where one of the victims was transported to a local hospital before being pronounced dead, authorities said.

The National Transportation Safety Board told ABC News that it will be investigating the crash.

Sakahara told ABC News the weather appeared clear Monday morning.

The Federal Aviation Administration confirmed the crash occurred, but under unknown circumstances.

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Win McNamee/Getty Images(RICHMOND, Va.) — Federal authorities have been looking into whether donations made to Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s campaign to become governor may have violated federal law, a source with knowledge of the probe told ABC News.

The probe could very well turn up no evidence of criminal wrongdoing, the source said.

According to an attorney for the Democratic governor’s campaign, McAuliffe has not been told he is under FBI investigation, and neither he nor the campaign know anything about the matter.

Nevertheless, as part of the FBI’s review, agents have looked at McAuliffe’s time associated with the Clinton Global Initiative and contributions to his 2013 campaign from foreign nationals such as Wang Wenliang, a prominent Chinese businessman who reportedly donated $120,000 to McAuliffe’s campaign, the source said.

“[C]ontributions to the campaign from Mr. Wang were completely lawful,” McAuliffe campaign attorney Marc Elias said in a statement to ABC News. “The Governor will certainly cooperate with the government if he is contacted about it.”

An FBI spokesperson declined to comment on news of the probe, which was first reported by CNN.

The governor’s office did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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