The Cincinnati Reds were blasted by the St. Louis Cardinals yesterday, 10-0. After a scoreless four innings, the Cardinals jumped out to a big lead with four runs in the fifth and four in the sixth behind homers from John Jay, Carlos Beltran, Matt Adams and Matt Carpenter. Homer Bailey struggled for Cincinnati, giving up seven runs on nine hits in five innings while giving up three walks. Cincinnati falls to 5-4 with the loss. The Reds will have today off before heading to Pittsburgh on Friday. Reds pitcher Mike Leake will duel with AJ Burnett. The game can be heard on 970 WATH with pre game at 6:35 and first pitch at 7:05.
Elsewhere in the MLB, Atlanta blanked Miami, 8-0. Washington topped the Chicago White Sox, 5-2. San Francisco dominated Colorado, 10-0. Arizona blew past Pittsburgh, 10-2. Tampa Bay shutout Texas, 2-0. Toronto outlasted Detroit, 8-6. Philadelphia topped the New York Mets, 7-3 and Baltimore defeated Boston, 8-5.
Ohio baseball toppled Eastern Kentucky last night, 10-3. The Bobcats jumped out to a big lead early, tallying two in the first and pushing across five in the third behind an RBI double from Cody Gaertner and RBI singles from Dan Schmidt and Ben Otto. The Colonels scored three in the fourth, but Ohio would shut down the Eastern Kentucky offense from that point on. Ohio baseball will now host Akron on Friday night at 6.
In area high school baseball last night, Southern blanked Federal Hocking, 11-0. Trimble blew past South Gallia, 15-0 and Eastern bested Wahama, 9-4.
The Cleveland Cavaliers fell to the Detroit Pistons last night, 111-104. The Cavs trailed by four at the half, but would come right back to lead by one heading into the fourth. Kyrie Irving would knock down a huge bucket with 44 seconds left to tie the game for Cleveland at 103, but the Cavs would commit an intentional foul on the inbound and the Pistons would hold off Cleveland. The Cavs were led by Kyrie Irving with 27 points and nine assists. Cleveland will now host the New York Knicks on Friday night at 7:30.
In other NBA action yesterday, Orlando outlasted Milwaukee, 113-103 in overtime. Miami bested Washington, 103-98. Atlanta blew past Philadelphia, 124-101. Brooklyn topped Boston, 101-93 and Phoenix toppled Dallas, 102-91.
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.
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