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KLEM Sports, August 9, 2010

Sunday Scores


Final Detroit 9 L.A. Angels 4
Final Minnesota 5 Cleveland 4
Final Toronto 1 Tampa Bay 0
Final Baltimore 4 Chi White Sox 3
Final Oakland 3 Texas 2
Final Seattle 3 Kansas City 2
Final N-Y Yankees 7 Boston 2


Final Colorado 8 Pittsburgh 4
Final Philadelphia 6 N-Y Mets 5
Final Atlanta 6 San Francisco 3
Final Milwaukee 11 Houston 6
Final Cincinnati 11 Chi Cubs 4
Final San Diego 10 Arizona 1
Final L.A. Dodgers 8 Washington 3

St. Louis at Florida (1:10 p.m., postponed, )


Final Dallas 16 Cincinnati 7


Final Connecticut 76 Washington 67
Final Indiana 104 Phoenix 82
Final New York 74 Minnesota 72
Final San Antonio 92 Los Angeles 83

CINCINNATI (AP) There’s a three-game showdown series starting tonight at the Great American Ballpark where the host Cincinnati Reds play the St. Louis Cardinals, who start the night two games back of the Reds in the NL Central. Rookie Mike Leake gets the ball for the Reds tonight against 12-game winner Chris Carpenter.

NEW YORK (AP) Derek Jeter passed Babe Ruth on the career hits list and drove in three runs in the New York Yankees’ 7-2 win over Boston last night. The Yanks will try to take three of four of their weekend wraparound series today at Yankee Stadium when 13-game winner Phil Hughes takes on Jon Lester of the Red Sox.

TORONTO (AP) Major League Baseball nearly had its sixth no-hitter of the season yesterday. Toronto Blue Jays’ right-hander Brandon Morrow lost a no-hit bid with two outs in the ninth inning on a single by Evan Longoria, then stuck out his 17th batter of the game to finish off a 1-0 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays, who’ve lost five in a row.

WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. (AP) If there’s a road course race on the NASCAR circuit, look for Juan Pablo Montoya to be in the thick of it. The Colombian sensation has won two Sprint Cup races since crossing over from the open-wheel circuit, including winning the road course race at Watkins Glen yesterday.

AKRON, Ohio (AP) Tiger Woods says finishing 18 over par in a tournament “is no fun.” Woods should know, as he shot a final-round 7-over 77 at the Bridgestone Invitational where he beat just one golfer in the 80-player field and finished a full 30 shots behind winner Hunter Mahan (MAY’-han).

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