The Cincinnati Reds fell to the Milwaukee Brewers last night, 6-5. The Reds raced out to a 4-0 lead behind three in the first on an RBI single from Joey Votto and Zack Cozart sac-fly. Caleb Gindl would homer in the fifth to cut the lead to three, but in the sixth Todd Frazier responded with a solo blast to make it 5-1 Reds. However, Milwaukee would come storming back, scoring once in the seventh and three times in the eighth to tie the game behind a Juan Segura RBI triple. Then, in the ninth, Sean Halton blasted a solo homer to give the Brewers the win. Cincinnati is back in action tonight as they travel to Houston at 8.
The Cleveland Indians finished off a four-game sweep of the Chicago White Sox last night with a 7-1 win. The Indians were on the board first on a Matt Carson RBI single in the second and then put on a fireworks show in Chicago. Carson hit a solo homer in the fifth, then in the sixth Asdrubal Cabrera blasted a solo shot and Nick Swisher belted a three-run bomb. The Indians will take on Kansas City tonight at 8.
Elsewhere in the MLB, Arizona toppled Colorado, 8-2. San Francisco edged the LA Dodgers, 4-3. Oakland handled Texas, 5-1. St. Louis dominated Seattle, 12-2. The LA Angels snuck past Houston, 2-1. Minnesota bested Tampa Bay, 6-4. Pittsburgh clipped the Chicago Cubs, 3-2. Washington blew past Philadelphia, 11-2. San Diego blanked Atlanta, 4-0. The New York Mets outlasted Miami, 1-0 in 12 innings. Detroit ousted Kansas City, 3-2 and Baltimore defeated Toronto, 3-1.
The Cleveland Browns fell to the Baltimore Ravens yesterday, 14-6. The Browns held the lead at the half on a pair of field goals, but in the second half it was all Baltimore as the Ravens scored early in the half on a Bernard Pierce five-yard touchdown run. Then, in the fourth the Ravens pushed the lead out to eight on a Joe Flacco five-yard touchdown pass. Cleveland falls to 0-2 and will travel to Minnesota on Sunday.
In other NFL action yesterday, Denver handled the New York Giants, 41-23. Oakland bested Jacksonville, 19-9. New Orleans edged Tampa Bay, 16-14. Arizona topped Detroit, 25-21. Houston outlasted Tennessee, 30-24 in overtime. San Diego clipped Philadelphia, 33-30. Kansas City ousted Dallas, 17-16. Miami defeated Indianapolis, 24-20. Green Bay blew past Washington, 38-20. Chicago snuck past Minnesota, 31-30. Buffalo bested Carolina, 24-23 and Atlanta topped St. Louis, 31-24.
The Cincinnati Bengals battle the Pittsburgh Steelers tonight on Monday Night Football. The game can be heard on 970 WATH with pre game at 7 and kick off at 8:30.
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