(Detroit, MI) — Alex Bregman drove in three runs for the Astros as they nipped the Tigers 5-4 in Detroit. Bregman’s two-run double in the fifth inning put the ‘Stros up for good. Gerrit Cole pitched five frames of two-run ball to get the win.
Angels Top Rangers
(Anaheim, CA) — The Rangers managed just one run in an 8-1 loss to the Angels in Anaheim. Joey Gallo homered to prevent the shutout for Texas. Yovani Gallardo gave up six runs in three innings to take the loss. The Rangers visit the Padres tomorrow.
MLB National League
Los Angeles Dodgers 8, Cincinnati Reds 1
Pittsburgh Pirates 4, St. Louis Cardinals 3
Atlanta Braves 2, San Francisco Giants 1
New York Mets 13, Miami Marlins 0 (G1)
Washington Nationals 5, Philadelphia Phillies 1
Miami Marlins at New York Mets (G2) (PDD)
Milwaukee Brewers 5, Chicago Cubs 1
Colorado Rockies 5, Arizona Diamondbacks 4
MLB American League
Tampa Bay Rays 3, Cleveland Indians 1
Houston Astros 5, Detroit Tigers 4
Oakland Athletics 10, Baltimore Orioles 0
Boston Red Sox 1, Toronto Blue Jays 0
Minnesota Twins 3, New York Yankees 1
Chicago White Sox 4, Kansas City Royals 2 (12 INN)
Los Angeles Angels 8, Texas Rangers 1
San Diego Padres 5, Seattle Mariners 4
Cowboys Prep For Giants
(Frisco, TX) — The Cowboys prep for their home opener as they host the New York Giants on Sunday. Dallas looks to avoid an 0-and-2 start following a loss to the Panthers. The Giants enter at 0-and-1 as well. In other team news, David Irving returned to practice after being away from the team for three months due to suspension. His suspension ends on October 1st.
Texans Prep For Titans
(Houston, TX) — The Texans are on the road again this week as they visit the Tennessee Titans on Sunday. The game opens division play for Houston. The Titans are coached by Mike Vrabel, who was apart of the Texans’ staff for the past four seasons. They’re also 0-and-1.
Ravens Meet Bengals On Thursday Night Football
(Cincinnati, OH) — Week Two of the NFL season kicks off tonight as the Baltimore Ravens visit the Cincinnati Bengals. The AFC North foes are both 1-and-0 following Week One victories. Baltimore blasted Buffalo 47-3, while Cincinnati rallied to win 34-23 at Indianapolis. The all-time series between the Ravens and Bengals is tied at 22 wins each. Our pregame coverage begins this evening at 7 on 710am and 97.5FM KGNC.
Thunder’s Westbrook Undergoes Knee Surgery
(Oklahoma City, OK) — Oklahoma City Thunder All-Star guard Russell Westbrook is recovering from right knee surgery. His status for the regular season opener against the Warriors next month is unclear. Westbrook underwent an arthroscopic procedure after experiencing some inflammation in the knee. The former MVP will be re-evaluated in about four weeks. The Thunder begin the season October 16th at Golden State. Westbrook averaged a triple-double for the second straight season last year.
Dirk Hypes Up Doncic
(Dallas, TX) — Mavericks legend Dirk Nowitzki is apart of the Luka Doncic hype train. Nowitzki told 105.3 The Fan recently that Doncic is more talented than he was at 19 years old. Nowitzki said he got to see Doncic’s talent up front during scrimmages last week.
Storm Sweep Mystics To Win WNBA Finals
(Fairfax, VA) — The Seattle Storm are the 2018 WNBA champions. They beat the Mystics 98-82 in Game Three at Washington to sweep the WNBA Finals. Breanna Stewart led the charge with 30 points and took home MVP honors. Natasha Howard had 29 points and 14 rebounds, and Sue Bird added 10 points and 10 assists, as Seattle claimed its third title.
College Football Preview
(Undated) — In college football action on Saturday, Texas plays host to 21st-ranked USC, Texas A&M hosts UL-Monroe, Houston visits Texas Tech, Baylor hosts Duke, 14th-ranked TCU clashes with number-four Ohio State at AT&T Stadium, SMU visits 22nd-ranked Michigan and West Texas A&M hosts Tarleton.
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