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Radio N.L.'s Sports Zone
Tuesday, July 29, 2014
Toronto at Boston
Seattle at Cleveland
L.A. Angels at Baltimore
N.Y. Yankees at Texas
Oakland at Houston
Minnesota at Kansas City
Chicago White Sox at Detroit
Arizona at Cincinnati
Philadelphia at N.Y. Mets
Washington at Miami
Colorado at Chicago Cubs
Pittsburgh at San Francisco
Atlanta at L.A. Dodgers
St. Louis at San Diego
Milwaukee at Tampa Bay
Toronto 14 Boston 1
Texas 4 N.Y. Yankees 2
Houston 7 Oakland 3
Atlanta 2 San Diego 0
Arizona 2 Cincinnati 1 (15 innings)
N.Y. Mets 7 Philadelphia at 1
Miami 7 Washington 6
Chicago Cubs 4 Colorado 1
Pittsburgh 5 San Francisco 0
Tampa Bay 2 Milwaukee 1
LA Galaxy 3 Sounders FC 0
-- Catharine Pendrel pedalled to a gold medal in women's mountain biking action at the Commonwealth Games this morning, in Glasgow, Scotland. She beat Canadian teamate Emily Batty to the finish line.
-- Two other Kamloops competitors medalled on Monday, Sultana Frizell won the hammer throw and, shot put specialist Tim Nedow won bronze.
-- The Phillips brothers from the Kamloops Classics turned a few heads at the Canadian Age Group Swimming Championships in Winnipeg. Ethen won the 5K open water event, while, Austin captured the 2.5 K swim. Collin Gilbert established himself as one of the top age group swimmers in the country, winning four gold, and, three silver medals.
-- Travis Lulay returned to practice for a few plays as the B.C. Lions took to the field after a disastrous game against Edmonton. Kevin Glenn took limited reps, recovering from a foot injury, but, is expected to be ready for Friday's game in Calgary. Lulay is at least two weeks away from playing in his recovery from off season shoulder surgery.
-- Melky Cabrera homered from both sides of the plate and drove in five runs, and R-A Dickey struck out a season-high 10 as the Jays clobbered the Red Sox 14-1 in Boston. Toronto scored 9 runs in thed 6th inning, and, cut Baltimore's lead in the A.L. East to 2 1/2 games. NY fell 4 1/2 back with a 4-2 loss in Texas
-- The Jays added infielder Danny Valencia from Kansas City for Liam Hendriks and Erik Kratz. Valencia is batting .333 against left handed pitching.
-- Pittsburgh pounded Madison Bumgarner early in a 5-0 win over San Francisco. The Giants led the N-L West less than a week ago but have now dropped five straight games and find themselves two games behind L-A
-- The Dodgers have more infield depth following a deal with the Cubs to acquire second baseman Darwin Barney and cash for a player to be named later.
-- Landon Donovan scored his fourth goal of the season and set up the other two as the L-A Galaxy beat the Seattle Sounders 3-0 in Major League Soccer. The Galaxy went from sixth to third in the Western Conference while the Sounders are still first overall
-- The L.A. Lakers confirm Byron Scott is their new coach and will introduce him at a news conference today. Scott`s hiring has the approval of Kobe Bryant who was his roomate in his first year with the Lakers.
-- Donald Sterling's ship has sailed and, Steve Ballmer can go ahead with his purchase of the L.A. Clippers after a Superior Court judge ruled against Sterling, clearing the way for the record-breaking $2 billion deal. Shelly Sterling sought the court's approval for the deal after taking control of a family trust. She removed her husband as a trustee after two doctors confirmed he is in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease and couldn't manage his affairs.
-- Detroit Red Wings have agreed to a three-year, $8.25 million contract with Tomas Tatar who was second on the team with 19 goals last season.
-- The WHL's Spokane Chiefs have been rocked by the retirement of defenceman, Reid Gow. The 20 yr old has told the team his heart isn't in it, to return to the team for his final season of major junior hockey. Gow, who had 62 points in 65 games last season, hasn't been drafted and, hasn't been invited to an NHL prospects camp.