The Cincinnati Reds fell to the St. Louis Cardinals yesterday, 2-1. The game was scoreless through the first four innings until the Reds were on the board first when Shin-Soo Choo smashed an RBI double. However, the Cardinals would respond in the sixth on a two-run homer from Matt Holliday. Cincinnati could not muster much offense on the night against Jaime Garcia, who threw eight innings and gave up just one run on seven hits. The Reds wrap up the series in St. Louis today. Homer Bailey will duel with Lance Lynn. The game can be heard on 970 WATH with pre game at 1:15 and first pitch at 1:45.
The Cleveland Indians blew past the Philadelphia Phillies last night, 14-2. The Tribe jumped on Philly in the first putting up four runs behind two-run homers from Carlos Santana and Mark Reynolds. The Phillies answered in the second on a Delmon Young solo shot, but the Indians would not stop the offensive onslaught on Roy Halladay. Cleveland added four more in the fourth on a Lonnie Chisenhall two-run homer and an Asdrubal Cabrera RBI single and blew the game open with four more in the fifth behind homers from Ryan Raburn and Michael Brantley. In all, the Indians smashed seven homers on the night. The Indians are back in action tonight as they host Philadelphia at 7.
Elsewhere in the MLB, Detroit handled Minnesota, 6-1. Atlanta blew past Washington, 8-1. Miami clipped the New York Mets, 2-1. Toronto outlasted Boston, 9-7. The New York Yankees defeated Houston, 7-4. Kansas City dominated Tampa Bay, 8-2. Texas ousted the Chicago White Sox, 10-6 and San Diego toppled the Chicago Cubs, 13-6.
In area high school baseball action last night, Parkersburg South ousted Athens, 6-0. Meigs blanked River Valley, 5-0. Marietta clipped Alexander, 3-2. Trimble edged Eastern, 7-6. Miller bested Federal Hocking, 4-1. Oak Hill toppled Wellston, 11-3 and Vinton County edged Logan, 5-3.
In area high school softball yesterday, Alexander blasted Marietta, 10-0. Federal Hocking handled Miller, 13-1 and Logan blew past Vinton County, 19-6.
In NBA playoff action last night, Denver bested Golden State, 107-100 to move the series to 3-2 in favor of the Warriors.
In the NHL Stanley Cup playoffs yesterday, Chicago clipped Minnesota, 2-1 in overtime and the St. Louis Blues snuck past the LA Kings, 2-1 in overtime.
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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