The Cincinnati Reds blasted the Chicago Cubs last night, 12-2. The Reds started the scoring in the second on a Todd Frazier solo blast and added to the lead in the third with a Joey Votto two-run homer. Chicago cut the lead to two on a sac-fly in the fourth, but the Reds broke the game wide open in the sixth with six runs behind a Jay Bruce RBI double and Xavier Paul three-run dinger. Cincinnati hurler Tony Cingrani was solid, throwing seven innings and giving up just two runs on four hits with five strikeouts. The Reds will take on the Cubs today. Mike Leake will take the hill for the Reds. The game can be heard on 970 WATH with pre game at 1:50 and first pitch at 2:20.
The Cleveland Indians snapped an eight game losing streak last night, with a 5-2 win over the Texas Rangers. The Indians scored once in the fourth on a Mark Reynolds RBI single, but pulled away in the fifth on RBI hits from Drew Stubbs and Nick Swisher. Indians pitcher Corey Kluber threw eight innings, giving up one run on six hits with three strikeouts. The Indians wrap up the series in Texas on Thursday at 8.
Elsewhere in the MLB, Colorado handled Washington, 8-3. Minnesota clipped Philadelphia, 3-2. Toronto outlasted the Chicago White Sox, 7-5 in 10 innings. Detroit snuck past Kansas City, 3-2. Tampa Bay defeated Boston, 8-3. Miami edged Milwaukee, 5-4. St. Louis dominated the New York Mets, 9-2. Pittsburgh toppled San Francisco, 8-2. Baltimore ousted the LA Angels, 3-2 and Seattle blanked Houston, 4-0.
The Southern Ohio Copperheads stayed undefeated and won their fifth in a row last night, 9-0 over the Xenia Scouts. The Copperheads came storming out of the gates, scoring four times in the second on an RBI single from Eddie Sutton and a pair of runs walked in. The Snakes added two in the fourth and one in the fifth, sixth, and seventh to pull away. Southern Ohio is back in action tonight as they travel to Xenia. The game can be heard on copperheadbaseball.com with pre game at 6:45 and first pitch at 7.
In the NBA Finals last night, the San Antonio Spurs dominated the Miami Heat, 113-77. The Spurs led by six at the half, but dominated the second half, outscoring the Heat by 21 in the final period to take a 2-1 series lead. San Antonio was led by Danny Green with 27 points. Game four of the finals is on Thursday night at 9.
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