Saturday, August 23, 2008

Sunday Morning Quick Hitters

Jon Lester had one of his worst outing of the year for the Red Sox as the Toronto Blue Jays pummeled the BoSox 11 - 0. In other Sox news, Josh Beckett's next start pushed back.

Carl Pavano gets his 1st win in oh, forever, for the New York Yankees, beating the Orioles 5 - 3.

A 4 run 8th inning spurs the Tampa Bay Rays over AL Central contender Chicago White Sox 5 - 3. The win, combined with the Red Sox loss puts Tampa 5 1/2 games up on the Sox.

AL West leading California Angels beat AL Central Leading Minnesota Twins 7 - 5.

The NY Mets allowed the Phillies to gain a game in the standings, by losing to the Houston Astros 8 - 3.

The Milwaukee Brewers kept pace with the Cubbies with a 6 - 3 win over the Pittsburgh Pirates.
The win puts the Brew Crew 20 games over .500 for the 1st time since 1992.

The Arizona Diamondbacks slammed the Florida Marlins 7 - 1.

The LA Dodgers lose for the 5th time in 7 games, this time to the Philadelphia Phillies 9 - 2.

Aramis Ramirez hits 2 3 run HRs to help the Chicago Cubs to a 9 - 2 blasting of the Washington Nationals.

San Diego Chargers LB Shawne Merriman reveals he has a 2nd ligament tear.

Washington Redskins newly acquired Jason Taylor left Saturdays game against Carolina with a knee injury.

Houston Texans WR Harry Williams to have neck surgery.

New York Giants DE Osi Umenyiora carted off field with "leg" injury.

Jaguars running back Maurice Jones Drew left last night's game with an ankle injury.

The Mens and Women Basketball Teams both took home Gold. The Mens team played a surprisingly close game against Pau Gasol and Spain, finally winning, 118 - 107.

The USA Mens and Womens Track Teams both won 4x100 Gold Relays.

Usain Bolt is the track hit of the Olympics.

Manu Ginobli sits in last game.

The Boston Celtics sign draft pick Bill Walker.

The Philadelphia 76ers hire Jeff Rutland as assistant coach.



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