The Cincinnati Reds toppled Milwaukee yesterday, 5-1. The Reds jumped out to an early lead on a Donald Lutz three-run homer in the second. Cincinnati added one more in the third on a Jay Bruce RBI ground out before Xavier Paul smashed a solo homer to give the Reds a five-run lead. Bronson Arroyo threw 6.2 scoreless innings, surrendering just five hits and striking out five. The Reds are now 22-16 and will have tonight off before heading to Miami on Tuesday. 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 Detroit Tigers yesterday, 5-4 in 10 innings to climb into first place in the AL Central. The Tigers struck first on a Bryan Pena two-run homer in the second, but Jason Kipnis blasted an RBI double to tie it in the third. The Tigers would regain the lead in the fourth on a sac-fly from Omar Infante, but in the ninth Michael Brantley came through with an RBI single to tie it and in the 10th, Mark Reynolds smashed an RBI single that would give Cleveland the win. The Indians will now host the New York Yankees today for a tradition doubleheader at noon and three.
Elsewhere in the MLB, Philadelphia outlasted Arizona, 4-2 in 10 innings. The LA Dodgers bested Miami, 5-3. Seattle handled Oakland, 6-1. San Francisco topped Atlanta, 5-1. Colorado toppled St. Louis, 8-2. Texas defeated Houston, 12-7. Baltimore shutout Minnesota, 6-0. The New York Yankees clipped Kansas City, 4-2. Tampa Bay bested San Diego, 4-2. The Chicago Cubs snuck past Washington, 2-1. Toronto blew past Boston, 12-4 and Pittsburgh edged the New York Mets, 3-2.
Ohio baseball fell to Bowling Green last night, 16-2. The Bobcats took an early lead in the second on a JR Reynolds RBI single, but it was all Falcons from then on. The Falcons scored four in the third, three in the sixth, three in the eighth and five in the ninth to pull away. The Bobcats will now start their final regular season series on Friday at Miami at 6.
In NBA playoff action last night, Golden State tied the series with San Antonio at two with a 97-87 win.
In NHL Stanley Cup playoff action yesterday, the New York Rangers clipped Washington, 1-0 and Toronto edged Boston, 2-1.
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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