The Cincinnati Reds fell to the Milwaukee Brewers yesterday, 4-3. The Reds jumped on the board first on a Jay Bruce RBI single in the first. However, in the bottom half, Jonathan Lucroy hit a two-run homer and then in the third Rickie Weeks hit an RBI double to give the Brewers a three-run lead. Cincinnati came back on a Chris Heisey solo blast in the fourth and a Xavier Paul RBI single in the seventh. The Reds will continue the series in Milwaukee tonight. The game can be heard on 970 WATH with pre game at 7:40 and first pitch at 8:10.
The Cleveland Indians were topped by the Detroit Tigers yesterday, 4-2 in 10 innings. The Tigers struck first in the second on a Jhonny Peralta RBI double, but in the bottom half Lonnie Chisenhall delivered a two-RBI single to give Cleveland the lead. But the Tigers came back with a solo blast in the fourth and in the tenth, Victor Martinez came through with an RBI double to win it. The Indians will now host Toronto tonight at 7.
Elsewhere in the MLB, the Chicago Cubs toppled the Chicago White Sox, 8-2. Tampa Bay bested Minnesota, 7-4. Atlanta outlasted Miami, 7-1 in 14 innings. Oakland clipped Pittsburgh, 2-1. Kansas City blew past the New York Yankees, 5-1. Texas ousted Baltimore, 8-5 and Philadelphia edged Washington, 3-2.
The Southern Ohio Copperheads swept a doubleheader with the Lexington Hustlers yesterday, 4-0 and 12-4. Alex Winkleman threw a complete game shutout in game one with three strikeouts to lead the Snakes to victory. In game two, the Copperheads offense broke out behind a four-RBI game from Colton Turner and a three-RBI evening from Taylor Burch. The Snakes will now have a few days off for the All-Star break before heading to Lima on Saturday night at 7.
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