The Cincinnati Bengals bested the Pittsburgh Steelers last night, 20-10. The Steelers were on the board first with an early field goal. However, the Bengals came storming back with a Giovani Bernard 7-yard touchdown run and Mike Nugent field goal in the second to take the lead. The Steelers would tie it up on a one-yard touchdown pass from Ben Roethlisberger just before the half. But in the second half, it was all Cincinnati, as the Bengals took the lead back on an Andy Dalton 27-yard touchdown pass to Bernard and then a field goal in the fourth. The Bengals will now host the Green Bay Packers on Sunday. The game can be heard on 970 WATH with pre game at 11:30 and kickoff at 1.
The Cincinnati Reds handled the Houston Astros last night, 6-1. The Reds jumped on Houston early, scoring twice in the second on a Zack Cozart two-run bomb. The Reds added two more on a Cozart RBI single in the fourth and one more in the fifth to pull away on a Jay Bruce RBI base knock. Johnny Cueto was solid in his return, throwing five scoreless innings and giving up five hits with five strikeouts. The Redlegs are back in action tonight in Houston. The game can be heard on 970 WATH with pre game at 7:40 and first pitch at 8:10.
The Cleveland Indians fell to the Kansas City Royals last night, 7-1. The Royals took the early lead on a RBI singles from Billy Butler and Salvador Perez, but the Indians cut into the lead on a Lonnie Chisenhall solo homer in the fifth. However, the Royals pulled away in the sixth with three runs on a Lorenzo Cain RBI triple and a David Lough RBI single. The Indians are back in action tonight at Kansas City at 8.
Elsewhere in the MLB, Arizona edged the LA Dodgers, 2-1. Colorado topped St. Louis, 6-2. Milwaukee handled the Chicago Cubs, 6-1. The Chicago White Sox dominated Minnesota, 12-1. Tampa Bay ousted Texas, 6-2. Detroit bested Seattle, 4-2. San Diego blanked Pittsburgh, 2-0 and Philadelphia dominated Miami, 12-2.
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