The Cincinnati Reds were shutout by the Pittsburgh Pirates last night, 4-0. Pittsburgh jumped on Cincinnati early, scoring three times in the first on RBI singles from Russell Martin and Pedro Alvarez. The Pirates added on more in the seventh with a Starling Marte RBI single. The Reds offense struggled against Charlie Morton, mustering just four hits on the evening. Cincinnati continues the series with the Pirates tonight. Bronson Arroyo will take the hill against Jeff Locke. 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 Kansas City Royals last night, 4-3. The Royals scored two in the third to take the early lead, but the Indians cut the lead to one in the sixth on a Mike Aviles RBI single. After the Royals scored one in the eighth, the Tribe responded in the bottom half. Michael Bourn cut the lead to one with an RBI single and Jason Kipnis came through with an RBI double to tie it. Michael Brantley would then hit a sac-fly to give the Indians the win. Cleveland will take on Kansas City again tonight at 7.
Elsewhere in the MLB, Arizona clipped Miami, 3-2. The Chicago Cubs bested St. Louis, 4-2. Houston dominated Milwaukee, 10-1. Minnesota outlasted the Chicago White Sox, 7-5. Boston ousted Tampa Bay, 3-1. Oakland defeated Texas, 6-2. The New York Mets toppled Atlanta, 6-1. Baltimore topped Detroit, 5-2. Toronto handled Colorado, 8-3. Philadelphia bested Washington, 4-2. The New York Mets edged Atlanta, 4-3 and Boston toppled Tampa Bay, 5-1.
The Southern Ohio Copperheads moved to 10-1 on the season with a 13-6 win over the Hamilton Joes last night. The Joes took a quick 3-0 lead, but the Snakes came right back with two in the second and three in the sixth. Southern Ohio put the game out of reach in the eighth with three and four in the ninth behind RBI singles from Jesse Puscheck and Ben Wright. The Copperheads are back in action tonight as they battle the Hamilton Joes. The game can be heard on copperheadbaseball.com with pre game at 6:50 and first pitch at 7:05.
In the NBA Finals last night, the Miami Heat outlasted the San Antonio Spurs, 103-100 in overtime. LeBron James scored 32 points with 10 rebounds and 11 assists to lead the way for the Heat. Game seven is set for Thursday at 9.
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