Friday, October 03, 2008

Friday Morning Quick Hitters

Tampa Evan Longoria has been touted as the savior all year, and he picked a great time to prove it. Longoria went 3 - 3, 2 HRs and 3 RBIs to power the Rays to a 6 - 4 win over the Chicago White Sox. The Rays lead the Best of 5 Series 1 Game to None.

In the 1st NL game of the day, Philadelphia, powered by a Shane Victorino grand slam and 7 innings of 2 hit pitching from Brett Myers, beat CC Sebathia and the Milwaukee Brewers 5 - 2. The Phillies go up 2 Games to None in the Series.

In the last game of the day, Chicago may be about to burn again. The Los Angeles Dodgers took it to the hapless Cubbies once again for a 10 - 3 win over the Cubs. The Cubs infielders all committed errors, leading directly to 5 Dodgers run and Manny hit another bomb to finish the Cubs off. The Dodgers lead the Best of 5 Series 2 - 0.

#15 Utah needed a last second field goal to polish off Oregon St. 31 - 28.

Pitt's LeSean McCoy ran for 2 TD's as Dave Wannstedt's Panthers beat their 3rd ranked team of the season, upsetting #10 South Florida 26 - 21. Pitt is now 5 - 1 (2 -0 in the Big East) and South Florida dropped to 5 - 1 (0 - 1 in the Big East)

The Buffalo Bills have locked up an important piece of their offense, signing Lee Evans to a 3 year 37.25 million dollar deal with over 18 million guaranteed.

Redskins likely without top 2 DBacks for Philly game.

The Chicago Bears suspended DT Tommy Harris for violating team rules.

David Stern responds to the report that Tim Donaghy was the only person breaking the law.

Portland Trailblazers fans hold their breath as Greg Oden injures ankle.



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