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Tuesday, July 28, 2015

TUESDAY'S SCHEDULE:  
    
BASEBALL:
MLB
         INTER--LEAGUE
      Philadelphia at Toronto
      Arizona at Seattle
      Atlanta at Baltimore
      Pittsburgh at Minnesota
      Oakland at L.A. Dodgers
   
                A-L
      NY Yankees at Texas
      Chicago White Sox at Boston
      Detroit at Tampa Bay
      Kansas City at Cleveland
      L.A. Angels at Houston

                 N-L
      Colorado at Chicago Cubs
      Cincinnati at St. Louis
      Milwaukee at San Francisco
      San Diego at N.Y. Mets
      Washington at Miami
    
MONDAY'S SCOREBOARD  

LACROSSE:
TOJLL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES 
     Kamloops Venom 15 Vernon Tigers 14
     (Venom win the best of five 3-2, to qualify
      for the Jr. "B" Provincials this weekend in
      Victoria)

BASEBALL:
MLB
           INTER--LEAGUE
     Arizona 4 Seattle 3 (10 innings)
     Baltimore 2 Atlanta 1 (11 innings)
    
                   A-L
     Chicago White Sox 10 Boston 8
     Tampa Bay 5 Detroit 2
     Kansas City 9 Cleveland 4
     N.Y. Yankees 6 Texas 2

                   N-L
     Chicago Cubs 9 Colorado 8
     St. Louis 4 Cincinnati 1
     San Francisco 4 Milwaukee 2

THE HEADLINES:

-- The Kamloops Venom punched their ticket to the Provincial Jr. "B" Lacrosse Championship in Victoria this coming weekend, as the Thompson - Okanagan champions.  The Venom won the decisive 5th game in the final, 15-14 in Vernon last night to qualify along with New Westminster, Saanich and the host West Shore. The Venom open against the Salmonbellies from New West, Friday at 2pm

-- Toronto Blue Jays swung a major trade for shortstops, sending Jose Reyes, Miguel Castro and, two minor league pitchers to Colorado, to acquire Troy Tulowitzki, and, 42 year old relief pitcher LaTroy Hawkins.  The Jays weren't happy with the defensive game of Reyes which prompted the deal.

-- Toronto is back home to open a series against Philadelphia tonite, with Felix Doubront getting the start.  Adam Morgan will pitch for the Phillies who are 26 games under 500.   Seattle Mariners are at home for game two of a series against Arizona, after losing last night's opener 4-3 in 10 innings.

-- It will be a special night in Boston. Pedro Martinez will have his number 45 retired by the Red Sox prior to a game against the Chicago White Sox. It's the first time a pitcher's number will be  retired by the team.  

-- The second jewel of the Canadian Triple Crown is up for grabs tonight in Fort Erie.  Queen's Plate champion Shaman Ghost will be going for bqack to back wins at the Prince of Wales Stakes.  There are only 7 horses entered in the mile and three-sixteenths race.

-- The NBA-champion Golden State Warriors and, the Boston Celtics completed a trade sending  two-time All-Star forward David Lee to the east coast for Gerald Wallace and Chris Babb.  The teams agreed to the trade July 7, but Boston needed time to sort out other moves in free agency before completing the swap.
     
-- Cleveland  traded forward Mike Miller and centre Brendan Haywood to  Portland. The TrailBlazers are expected to cut Haywood, while Miller plans to seek a buyout and become a free agent.  The deal was  consumated over financial concerns by the Cavaliers.

-- The NHL's NY Rangers  avoided arbitration with centre Derek Stepan  by signing him to a six-year contract worth a reported 39 million dollars.

-- Nashville Predators  signed forward Colin Wilson to a four-year contract worth $15.75 million. The 25-year-old set career highs with 20 goals and 42 points last season.


  

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