The Cincinnati Reds were blasted by the Milwaukee Brewers yesterday, 8-1. Cincinnati took the early lead in the first on a Joey Votto RBI double. However, it was all Brew Crew from that point on as Milwaukee put up three in the third behind a Norichika Aoki solo homer and RBI singles from Aramis Ramirez and Corey Hart. The Brewers added one more in the sixth and two more in the seventh to help put the game out of reach as Ryan Braun hit his 41st homer of the season. Cincinnati falls to 93-62 and will wrap up the series with Milwaukee today. Mat Latos will take the rubber against Willy Peralta. The game can be heard on 970 WATH with first pitch immediately following the Midday Journal at 12:35.
The Cleveland Indians bested the Chicago White Sox last night, 6-4. The Indians got on the board first with a Russ Canzler RBI single, but Chicago answered with three in the bottom half behind an A.J. Pierzynski RBI double. Cleveland would tie the game in the fourth on a Jason Kipnis RBI base knock. Chicago answered in the fifth on a Alexei Ramirez RBI double, but Cleveland came right back, scoring once in the sixth, seventh and eighth behind a Vinny Rottino solo shot and a Shin-Soo Choo RBI groundout. Cleveland will now have today off before hosting Kansas City on Friday at 7.
Elsewhere in the MLB, Houston blanked St. Louis, 2-0. Tampa Bay bested Boston, 4-2. The New York Mets shutout Pittsburgh, 6-0. Atlanta topped Miami, 3-0. Washington defeated Philadelphia, 8-4. Baltimore dominated Toronto, 12-2. Detroit edged Kansas City, 5-4. The LA Dodgers handled San Diego, 8-2. The New York Yankees blasted Minnesota, 8-2 and Oakland ousted Texas, 9-3.
The NFL and the NFL Referees Association have agreed to a deal that will bring back the NFL Referees as soon as tonight for Baltimore and Cleveland. The two sides agreed to a deal late on Wednesday night and the NFL Network, citing a league source, reported the two sides agreed to a new developmental program, rather than adding 21 officials to the current pool of 121 NFLRA officials. The pool of money for the current officials, according to the report, will remain the same.
Ohio baseball held it’s fall scrimmage yesterday at Bob Wren Stadium with the Green team defeating the gray team, 10-2 in six innings. Junior Taylor Emody went 3-for-5 with three RBI’s and junior Scott White also went 3-for-5.
After not meeting for over a week, the NHL and the players’ union will resume negotiations tomorrow for a new collective bargaining agreement. The two sides have not budged on economic issues central to their positions and the league has been in a work stoppage since September 16th.
On your radio dial tonight, it’s the Sports Fan presented by J&K Contracting. That’s on 970 WATH and it’s from 6:06 to 7. Tonight, the guys will be joined by Rusty Martin, Troy Bolin and a special guest to preview this week’s high school games.
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