The Cincinnati Reds dropped to the Chicago Cubs yesterday, 5-4 in 10 innings. The Reds jumped out to an early four run lead, scoring all their runs in the fourth on a Jay Bruce homer, Ryan Hanigan RBI single and Zack Cozart RBI double. The Cubs would chip away at the lead before tying it in the eighth on an Anthony Rizzo RBI double and Alfonso Soriano two-run blast. In the tenth, Chicago would push across the winning run on a Wellington Castillo RBI double. Cincinnati is now 31-19 and will host Cleveland today. Mike Leake will take the hill against Ubaldo Jimenez. The game can be heard on 970 WATH with pre game at 12:40 and first pitch at 1:10.
The Cleveland Indians fell to the Boston Red Sox yesterday, 6-5. The Indians were on the board first on a Carlos Santana two-run single in the first and would push the lead out to four behind homers from Jason Kipnis and Nick Swisher. However, the Red Sox scored four times in the ninth on Chris Perez, who left the game injured, to win in walkoff fashion. The Indians will now head to Cincinnati today at 1.
Elsewhere in the MLB, St. Louis bested the LA Dodgers, 5-3. The New York Mets topped Atlanta, 4-2. Arizona edged San Diego, 6-5. Seattle outlasted Texas, 4-3 in 13 innings. San Francisco defeated Colorado, 7-3. Oakland toppled Houston, 6-2. Pittsburgh clipped Milwaukee, 5-4. The LA Angels blew past Kansas City, 5-2. The Chicago White Sox ousted Miami, 5-3. Tampa Bay handled the New York Yankees, 8-3. Washington blew past Philadelphia, 6-1. Toronto snuck past Baltimore, 6-5 and Detroit dominated Minnesota, 6-1.
In NBA playoff action last night, the Miami Heat took a 2-1 series lead with a dominating 114-96 win over Indiana. San Antonio will take on Memphis in the Western Conference Finals tonight at 9.
In the NHL Stanley Cup playoffs, San Jose clipped the LA Kings, 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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