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Saturday, August 30, 2014

    Montreal 20 Ottawa 10

    Seattle 4 Tri-City 0
    Lethbridge 2 Prince Albert 1 (SO)
    Portland 7 Spokane 5
    Regina 6 Calgary 5
    Everett 1 Victoria 0
    Kamloops 5 Vancouver 4 (SO)
    Baltimore 9 Minnesota 1
    N.Y. Yankees 6 Toronto 3
    Boston 8 Tampa Bay 4
    Cleveland 6 Kansas City 1
    Detroit 7 Chicago White Sox 1
    Texas 13 Houston 6
    L.A. Angels 4 Oakland 0

    Pittsburgh 2 Cincinnati 1
    N.Y. Mets 4 Philadelphia 1
    Atlanta 5 Miami 2
    Chicago Cubs 7 St. Louis 2
    Arizona 5 Colorado 2
    San Diego 3 L.A. Dodgers 2 (12 innings)
    San Francisco 13 Milwaukee 2

    Washington 8 Seattle 3

       Houston 3 Sporting Kansas City 1

    N.Y. Yankees at Toronto
    Detroit at Chicago White Sox 1st game
    Minnesota at Baltimore
    Boston at Tampa Bay
    Cleveland at Kansas City
    Detroit at Chicago White Sox 2nd game
    Texas at Houston
    Oakland at L.A. Angels
    Chicago Cubs at St. Louis 1st game
    Cincinnati at Pittsburgh
    Miami at Atlanta
    Philadelphia at N.Y. Mets
    Colorado at Arizona
    Chicago Cubs at St. Louis 2nd game
    L.A. Dodgers at San Diego
    Milwaukee at San Francisco

    Washington at Seattle

    Colorado at Seattle FC
    New England at Toronto FC
    Columbus at Montreal
    FC Dallas at Chicago
    Real Salt Lake at San Jose
    Portland at Vancouver

    Red Deer at Prince George
    Portland at Tri-City
    Medicine Hat at Saskatoon
    Prince Albert at Calgary
    Victoria at Seattle
    Lethbridge at Regina
    Swift Current at Edmonton
    Spokane at Everett
    Kamloops at Kelowna

-- SJ Green caught a touchdown pass and Jonathan Crompton was a winner in his first career start at quarterback as the Montreal Alouettes downed the Ottawa Redblacks 20-10 to end a six-game losing streak.  James Rodgers scored a touchdown in his first CFL game while Sean Whyte added a field goal and had three punts roll into the end zone for singles.
    Mark Buehrle still hasn't figured out the New York Yankees. Buehrle gave up four runs on six hits as New York doubled Toronto 6-3 at Rogers Centre. The Blue Jays lefty hasn't beat the Yankees since April, 2004, and he's got just one win since June 1st.
    Elsewhere in the AL East, the division-leading Orioles downed Minnesota 9-1 on the strength of Chris Davis' fourth career grand slam. Delmon Young also homered for Baltimore, which built an 8-0 lead by the fifth inning and coasted. The O's fourth win in five games was marred by an injury to first baseman Steve Pearce, who left with a right abdominal strain.
    Around the league, Boston doubled up Tampa Bay 8-4, Cleveland toppled Kansas City 6-1, Detroit dominated the White Sox 7-1, Texas trounced Houston 13-6, the Angels blanked Oakland 4-0, Pittsburgh edged Cincinnati 2-1, the Mets topped Philadelphia 4-1, Atlanta got by Miami 5-2, and San Francisco routed Milwaukee 13-2.
    Roger Federer is onto the third round at the US Open. The second-seeded Swiss star beat 104th-ranked Sam Groth of Australia 6-4, 6-4, 6-4. Federer is 24-and-1 for his career in night matches held in Arthur Ashe Stadium.
    San Francisco 49ers linebacker Aldon Smith has been suspended for nine games by the NFL after a series of off-field legal issues. A statement from the league says Smith had violated the NFL's substance abuse and personal conduct policies. He won't be eligible to return until November 10th, the day after the 49ers' game against the New Orleans Saints.

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