Thursday, April 19, 2012

MLB scores, Time Magazine's Top 100 Most Influential & Quick News/Notes: 4/19, Vol. 124, 2nd Edt'n

What the devil meant for bad, God used it to bless me, He’s been marvelous in my eyes, He even made footstools out of my enemies, He’s been marvelous in my eyes! Welcome back to your Spiritual Sports Segment on Rhema Gospel, I’m C.E.E.J.A.Y!

Major League Baseball had plenty of games at home plate as the Texas Rangers swept the Boston Red Sox 6-3 as Derek Holland won his second game and struck out 7, the New York Mets were outmuscled by the Atlanta Braves 14-6 as the Braves hung three home runs on the Mets pitchers, the Minnesota Twins got by the New York Yankees 6-5 as Justin Morneau crushed 2 home runs, the Pittsburgh Pirates edged out the Arizona Diamondbacks 2-1 as Pedro Alvarez launched a home run, the Tampa Bay Rays dominated the Toronto Blue Jays 12-2 as Luke Scott launched a GRAND SLAM, the Houston Astros helped the Washington Nationals be the first team to reach 10 wins by losing 3-2 as Wilson Ramos’ sac fly in the 8th inning eventually sealed the deal, the Baltimore Orioles were blasted by the Chicago White Sox 8-1 as Jake Peavey struck out 8, the Chicago Cubs were crushed by the Miami Marlins 9-1 as Donnie Murphy helped the cause with a home run, while the Detroit Tigers got past the Kansas City Royals 4-3, the LA Dodgers lost to the Milwaukee Brewers in 10 innings 3-2 as Nigel Morgan scored on Ryan Braun’s sac fly, the Oakland A’s SHUT OUT and tamed the LA Angels 6-0 as Bartolo Colon pitched 8 shut-out innings, the Cincinnati Reds were punished by the defending champion St. Louis Cardinals 11-1 as they won their fourth consecutive win, the Cleveland Indians were knocked off by the Seattle Mariners 4-1 with a home run from Ichiro Suzuki, the San Diego Padres were pasted by the Colorado Rockies 8-4 as Chase Headley launched a home run and the Philadelphia Phillies were SHUT OUT by the San Francisco Giants 1-0 as Melky Cabrera brought in the winning run.

In sporting news, Time Magazine released their annual Top 100 Most Influential People in the World and in the sports world, New York Jets back-up quarterback Tim Tebow and New York Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin headlined the list for athletes and other athletes on list included tennis player Novak Djokovic, golfer Yani Tseng, soccer player Lionel Messi and South African runner Oscar Pistorius, who is also known as Blade Runner as he has no legs.

For your quick news and notes for the second segment, Zach Tomaselli, just five days after saying he had been lying the past few months about his claims that former Syracuse assistant coach Bernie Fine sexually abused him as a child, said Wednesday he was indeed abused by Fine, former Texas Rangers catcher Ivan Rodriguez will retire on Monday in Arlington as a member of the team he spent the majority of his career with, a baseball source told ESPN.com's Jerry Crasnick, All-Star Giants closer Brian Wilson will undergo Tommy John reconstructive elbow surgery Thursday in Pensacola, FL and finally, a tentative agreement has been reached to settle a federal lawsuit between former New Orleans Saints running back Deuce McAllister and Nissan Motor Acceptance Corporation over his failed car dealership in Mississippi, court records said.


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