(Arlington, TX) — Jose Trevino hit a walk-off two run single in the ninth inning as the Rangers rallied past the Rockies 13-12 in Arlington. Texas scored four in the ninth, including a pair of bases-loaded walks. Jurickson Profar homered, doubled, and had four RBI while Nomar Mazara drove in three in the winning effort. Jesse Chavez picked up the win in relief as the Rangers won their second-straight. Colorado closer Wade Davis walked four batters and surrendered four runs to blow the save and take the loss. Trevor Story and DJ LeMahieu went deep for the Rockies and Gerardo Parra had four RBI in defeat.
Rangers Visit Royals
(Kansas City, MO) — The Rangers open a six-game road trip tonight starting with a trip to Kansas City. Bartolo Colon gets the start for Texas, while the Royals counter with Ian Kennedy. Texas is 29-and-44 on the season. Our pregame begins this evening at 6:30 on 710AM and 97.5FM KGNC.
Astros Rally Past Royals, Win 11th Straight
(Kansas City, MO) — The Astros reeled off three runs in the eighth inning as they rallied past the Royals 7-4 in Kansas City. Carlos Correa tied the game in the eighth with a solo homer before Evan Gattis singled in the go-ahead run. Correa drove in three runs and reliever Tony Sipp came away with the win. The Astros have won their past 11 games, and went undefeated on their 10-game road trip. Reliever Brandon Maurer failed to record an out in the eighth and took the loss for Kansas City. Hunter Dozier homered for the Royals, who have lost 12-of-13.
MLB National League
Cincinnati Reds 8, Pittsburgh Pirates 6
Atlanta Braves 4, San Diego Padres 1
Philadelphia Phillies 10, Milwaukee Brewers 9
New York Mets 5, Arizona Diamondbacks 3
San Francisco Giants 4, Los Angeles Dodgers 1
St. Louis Cardinals 5, Chicago Cubs 0
MLB American League
Cleveland Indians 4, Minnesota Twins 1
Tampa Bay Rays 3, New York Yankees 1
Detroit Tigers 3, Chicago White Sox 1
Houston Astros 7, Kansas City Royals 4
Oakland Athletics 6, Los Angeles Angels 5 (F/11)
Boston Red Sox 9, Seattle Mariners 3
Baltimore Orioles 10, Miami Marlins 4
Toronto Blue Jays 8, Washington Nationals 6
Texas Rangers 13, Colorado Rockies 12
Koepka Wins Second Straight U.S. Open
(Southampton, NY) — Brooks Koepka is the winner of the U.S. Open for the second straight year. Koepka carded a two-under 68 in Sunday’s final round at Shinnecock Hills to win the tournament at one-over-par. He is the seventh back-to-back champion but first since Curtis Strange accomplished the feat in 1988-89.
Mexico Stuns Germany At World Cup
(Undated) — Mexico stunned defending World Cup champion Germany 1-0 in Russia on Sunday. Mexico’s win over heavily-favored Germany caused celebrations in Mexico City so intense that two of the city’s earthquake sensors were triggered. Hirving Lozano tallied the lone goal of the match.
NEWTON, Iowa (AP) – Justin Allgaier won all three stages and theNASCAR Xfinity Series race Sunday at Iowa Speedway for his second victory of the season.
Arkansas, Texas Tech Win At College World Series
(Omaha, NE) — Arkansas and Texas Tech were winners at the College World Series Sunday in Omaha. Arkansas outslugged Texas 11-5, while Texas Tech held off Florida 6-3. Oregon State will play Washington this afternoon and North Carolina will clash with Mississippi State tonight.
NFL Suspends Cowboys’ Irving
(New York, NY) — The NFL is suspending Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman David Irving. The league announced the four game ban for Irving on Friday, saying he violated their substance abuse policy. He can participate in offseason practices and preseason games, but won’t play in a regular season game until October. Irving was suspended four games last season for violating their performance enhancing drugs policy.
Reports: Kawhi Leonard Wants Out Of San Antonio
(San Antonio, TX) — Kawhi Leonard’s time with the San Antonio Spurs appears to be almost over. Multiple reports say the star forward has requested a trade from the Spurs despite attempts by Leonard and franchise to repair the relationship. The two have been reportedly at odds over his return from a quad injury which kept him out of almost all of this past season.