The Cincinnati Reds toppled the Miami Marlins yesterday, 10-6. The Reds and Marlins were knotted up at two after six innings, but in the seventh the Reds would blow the game wide open. Cincinnati tallied eight runs in the seventh behind RBI singles from Brandon Phillips and Devin Mesoraco and back-to-back-to-back RBI doubles from Todd Frazier, Shin-Soo Choo and Xavier Paul. Miami would put up four in the ninth but it would not be enough. Cincinnati will now host the Chicago Cubs tonight. Mike Leake will matchup against Travis Wood. The game can be heard on 970 WATH with pre game at 6:40 and first pitch at 7:10.
The Cleveland Indians edged the Houston Astros yesterday, 5-4. Houston jumped out to an early two-run lead, but the Indians would come right back, scoring the next four runs of the game led by solo homers from Yan Gomes, Carlos Santana and Drew Stubbs. However, the Astros scored twice in the sixth to tie the game up. But the Indians would respond right away in the seventh when Mark Reynolds delivered a solo blast that would give Cleveland the win. The Indians are at the Chicago White Sox tonight at 8.
Elsewhere in the MLB, Arizona edged Colorado, 5-4. San Francisco shutout San Diego, 5-0. The LA Angels outlasted Detroit, 4-3 in 13 innings. Texas blew past Seattle, 11-3. Milwaukee topped the Chicago Cubs, 4-2. Minnesota defeated the Chicago White Sox, 5-3. Tampa Bay toppled Oakland, 8-1. Kansas City ousted Boston, 4-2. The LA Dodgers bested Baltimore, 7-4. Pittsburgh knocked off Atlanta, 4-2. The New York Mets blanked Washington, 2-0 and Toronto handled the New York Yankees, 8-4.
Ohio baseball fell to Northern Illinois yesterday, 10-3. The Bobcats and Huskies were scoreless through the fifth until NIU put up three in the sixth, three in the seventh and four in the eighth to pull away. The Bobcats scored three in the ninth on a Jake Madsen RBI single, but it would not be enough for a comeback. Ohio will now host Morehead State on Tuesday night at 6.
The Columbus Blue Jackets ousted the San Jose Sharks last night, 4-3. The Jackets took the early lead, jumping out to a 2-0 lead early in the second behind goals from Mark Letestu and Derek MacKenzie. The Sharks would cut the lead to one minutes later, but later in the second, Mark Letestu came through again to push the Jackets lead to two. However, San Jose tallied two quick goals in the third to tie the game. But once again Columbus answered when Ryan Johansen tallied a goal with minutes remaining to give the Jackets a crucial victory. Columbus will now head to Dallas on Thursday night at 8:30.
In NBA playoff first round action yesterday, Miami blew past Milwaukee, 110-87. San Antonio toppled the LA Lakers, 91-79 and Indiana dominated Atlanta, 107-90.
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