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Morning Sports – 9/19/13

The Cincinnati Reds ousted the Houston Astros last night, 6-4 in 13 innings. Cincinnati jumped on top with two in the first on a Jay Bruce RBI double and a Ryan Ludwick sac-fly. The Redlegs added another run in the second on a Shin-Soo Choo RBI base knock. The Astros cut the lead to one with one in the third and fourth, but Cincinnati answered on a Billy Hamilton RBI single. Houston would tie the game in the sixth on a pair of RBI doubles that would send it to extras. In the 13th, Jay Bruce broke the tie on an RBI double. The Astros scored once in the bottom half, but the comeback would fall short against Aroldis Chapman. The Reds will now have tonight off before opening a crucial series in Pittsburgh on Friday night at 7.

The Cleveland Indians fell to the Kansas City Royals last night, 7-2. The Royals raced out to an early lead, scoring three times in the first behind a Salvador Perez RBI double. However, the Indians would answer with an RBI double from Michael Brantley and a sac-fly from Michael Bourn in the third to cut the lead to one. But it was all Royals from then on, as Kansas City scored once in the fifth and then three times in the eighth to pull away. The Indians will now host Houston tonight at 7.

Elsewhere in the MLB, St. Louis edged Colorado, 4-3. San Diego clipped Pittsburgh, 3-2. Milwaukee blanked the Chicago Cubs, 7-0. The New York Mets ousted San Francisco, 5-4. Baltimore outlasted Boston, 5-3 in 12 innings. Seattle shutout Detroit, 8-0. The New York Yankees snuck past Toronto, 4-3. Miami bested Philadelphia, 4-3 in 10 innings. Atlanta topped Washington, 5-2. Tampa Bay defeated Texas, 4-3 in 12 innings. The LA Angels outlasted Oakland, 5-4 in 11 innings and Minnesota topped the Chicago White Sox, 4-3.

The Cleveland Browns shocked the NFL yesterday, when they dealt former third overall pick running back Trent Richardson to the Indianapolis Colts for a first round pick in next year’s draft. In two games this year Richardson had tallied just 105 yards on 31 carries. The Browns now have seven draft picks in the first four rounds of next year’s draft and have three in the first round.

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This article was posted on Thursday, 19 September 2013 at 1:00 AM.
Last edited/updated on September 19, 2013 at 1:00 AM.
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