The Cincinnati Reds fell in 10 innings to the St. Louis Cardinals, 11-4. The Reds took a quick 2-0 lead in the first on a Brandon Phillips RBI single, but the Cardinals answered with a pair in the fourth behind a Carlos Beltran solo dinger. In the fifth though, Jay Bruce gave the Reds the lead right back on an RBI double. The Cardinals answered again with two in the seventh to tie it and in extras, it was all St. Louis as the Cardinals broke open for seven runs. The Reds will hit the road to take on the Chicago Cubs tonight. Homer Bailey will match up against Scott Feldman. The game can be heard on 970 WATH with pre game at 7:35 and first pitch at 8:05.
The Cleveland Indians lost their seventh straight yesterday, 4-1 to the Detroit Tigers. The Tigers were on the board first on an Alex Avila sacrifice fly in the second, but the Tribe would tie it up in the fifth on a Ryan Raburn solo blast. However, the Tigers bounced back in the sixth with a Don Kelly three-run homer. The Indians will head to Texas tonight at 8.
Elsewhere in the MLB, Washington clipped Minnesota, 5-4. San Francisco topped Arizona, 6-2. Colorado outlasted San Diego, 8-7 in 10 innings. Atlanta dominated the LA Dodgers, 8-1. The New York Yankees edged Seattle, 2-1. The Chicago Cubs bested Pittsburgh, 4-1. Milwaukee toppled Philadelphia, 9-1. Kansas City blanked Houston, 2-0. The Chicago White Sox defeated Oakland, 4-2. Baltimore ousted Tampa Bay, 10-7. Boston handled the LA Angels, 10-5. Miami outlasted the New York Mets, 8-4 in 10 innings and Texas topped Toronto, 6-4.
The Southern Ohio Copperheads won their fourth in a row and stayed undefeated with a 6-5 win over the Lake Erie Monarchs last night. The Copperheads scored one in the first, but the Monarchs fought back with three runs to take a lead in the sixth. But the Copperheads answered with a five-run seventh inning, headlined by RBI singles from Dalton Busby and James Coates. Southern Ohio will have tonight off before hosting the Xenia Scouts on Tuesday night. The game can be heard on Power 105 with pre game at 7:15 and first pitch at 7:30.
In the NBA Finals last night, the Miami Heat blew past San Antonio, 103-84 to even up the series at one apiece. The Heat were led by Mario Chalmers with 19 points. Game three is slated for Tuesday night at 9.
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