Friday Sports Update – Dallas Cowboys 2017 Schedule Announced

Cowboys’ Schedule Announced

(Dallas, TX) — The Cowboys will begin the 2017 NFL season against the Giants for a third straight year. It will be on “Sunday Night Football” Week One from Jerry’s World. Dallas is on primetime another four times afterward, including Week Three at the Cardinals, hosting the Eagles Week 11, versus the Redskins at home Week 13 and on the road opposite the Raiders Week 15.
Rangers Outlast Royals 1-0 In 13 Innings

(Arlington, TX) — Delino DeShields singled in the winning run in the bottom of the 13th inning as the Rangers beat the Royals 1-0 at Globe Life Park. Dario Alvarez worked two hitless innings of relief to get the win. Starter Andrew Cashner allowed three hits over the first six frames. Texas had lost five of its previous six games. The Rangers and Royals play the second of four games in Arlington tonight. Texas is 6-and-10. Cole Hamels toes the rubber for Texas still looking for his first win of the season. Kansas City counters with Nathan Karns.

Astros Edge Angels

(Houston, TX) — Carlos Beltran and Jake Marisnick hit solo homers as the Astros edged the Angels 2-1 at Minute Maid Park. Lance McCullers struck out eight over six-and-two-thirds scoreless innings to improve to 2-and-0. Chris Devenski recorded the final seven outs for his first save. The Astros took three-of-four in the series.
Philadelphia Phillies 6, New York Mets 4
Washington Nationals 3, Atlanta Braves 2
Milwaukee Brewers 7, St. Louis Cardinals 5
San Diego Padres 4, Arizona Diamondbacks 1

Boston Red Sox 4, Toronto Blue Jays 1 (10 inn)
Cleveland Indians 6, Minnesota Twins 2
Tampa Bay Rays 8, Detroit Tigers 1
Houston Astros 2, Los Angeles Angels 1
Texas Rangers 1, Kansas City Royals 0 (13 inn)
Oakland Athletics 9, Seattle Mariners 6

Baltimore Orioles 2, Cincinnati Reds 1 (10 inn)

Rockets Aim For 3-0 Lead Tonight

(Oklahoma City, OK) — The Rockets aim for a commanding 3-0 series lead on the Thunder when the teams meet tonight in Game Three in Oklahoma City. Houston won both games at home, including Wednesday’s 115-111 victory in Game Two. The Thunder will also host Game Four on Sunday.

NBA Playoffs
Cleveland Cavaliers 119, Indiana Pacers 114
Toronto Raptors 104, Milwaukee Bucks 77
Memphis Grizzlies 105, San Antonio Spurs 94

NHL Playoffs
New York Rangers 3, Montreal Canadiens 2 (OT)
Pittsburgh Penguins 5, Columbus Blue Jackets 2
Nashville Predators 4, Chicago Blackhawks 1
Edmonton Oilers 4, San Jose Sharks 3 (OT)
Tiger Woods Undergoes Fourth Back Surgery

(Undated) — Tiger Woods is likely done for the year after undergoing a fourth back surgery. Woods announced on his website yesterday that he had a procedure to help alleviate pain in his back and leg. No timetable was given, but recovery time is typically six months. The 41-year-old hasn’t competed since February 2nd.

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