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Morning Sports – 7/11/13

The Cincinnati Reds topped the Milwaukee Brewers yesterday, 6-2. The Reds and Brewers traded runs in the first, but the Reds struck for one in the second, third and fifth on a pair of RBI ground outs. Milwaukee cut into the lead on a solo blast in the fifth, but Brandon Phillips and Jay Bruce delivered RBI base hits in the seventh to give Cincinnati a four-run lead. Mike Leake was stellar on the hill for the Redlegs, throwing 8.1 innings and giving up two runs on four hits. The Reds will now head to Atlanta tonight. Mat Latos will battle against Tim Hudson. The game can be heard on 970 WATH with pre game at 6:40 and first pitch at 7:10.

The Cleveland Indians fell to the Toronto Blue Jays last night, 5-4. The Indians were on the board first on a Jason Giambi RBI single, but in the seventh, Toronto jumped on top on an Emilio Bonifacio RBI single. The Indians would come back to tie it in the eighth on a Michael Brantley RBI base knock, but the Jays would score three times in the ninth to take the lead back. Cleveland threatened with runners on second and third in the ninth, but could not convert. The Indians and Jays will wrap up their series today at noon.

Elsewhere in the MLB, the LA Angels toppled the Chicago Cubs, 13-2. Detroit bested the Chicago White Sox, 8-5. Washington blew past Philadelphia, 5-1. The New York Yankees dominated Kansas City, 8-1. Baltimore defeated Texas, 6-1. The New York Mets handled San Francisco, 7-2. Miami ousted Atlanta, 6-2. Tampa Bay outlasted Minnesota, 4-3 in 13 innings and St. Louis clipped Houston, 5-4.

Andrew Bynum agreed to a two-year contract with the Cleveland Cavaliers yesterday. Bynum’s contract only guarantees $6 million and has a team option in the second year, but could be worth $24 million. The center missed the entire season last year with a knee injury, but if healthy at 25-years old, is considered one of the best big men in the league.

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 6:40.

This article was posted on Wednesday, 10 July 2013 at 11:33 PM.
Last edited/updated on July 10, 2013 at 11:33 PM.
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