Monday, April 9, 2012

MLB, WTA, MMA, BFC, WBC, Women's Elite scores & results NHL Playoffs: 4/9, Vol. 116, 2nd Edition

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For round two scores in Major League Baseball, the Kansas City Royals put up a touchdown against the LA Angels 7-3 as Eric Hosmer hit a homerun to the Royals a comfortable lead, the defending champion St. Louis Cardinals blasted the Milwaukee Brewers 9-3 as Carlos Beltran and Shane Robinson each hit a homerun, the Chicago White Sox were SHUT OUT and annihilated by the Texas Rangers 5-0 as Adrian Beltre, David Murphy and Josh Hamilton all chipped in with homeruns, the Washington Nationals gave the Chicago Cubs their first win with a score of 4-3, while the LA Dodgers were pounded by the San Diego Padres 8-4 with homeruns from Andy Parrino and Chase Headley and the San Francisco Giants was knocked off by the Arizona Diamondbacks 7-6 as Aaron Hill scored the winning run to wrap up scores in Major League Baseball.
The crowd at the WTA Family Cup Circle witnessed 5th seeded Serena Williams dominating 9th seeded Lucie Safarova 6-0, 6-1 in straight sets as Williams won her 40th WTA Title and first win on clay in four years.

In the octagon in the MMA, Ben Askren fought top contender Douglas Lima in the Bellator 64 in Windsor, Ontario, Canada and Askren used his fighting style of getting his opponents to the ground and controlling fight much to the chagrin of the crowd, who booed because of the lack action, but Askren did not lack the winning belt as he defended his welterweight title.
In the traditional square ring, Japan’s Shinsuke Yamanaka battled Australia’s Vic Darchinyan at Tokyo’s International Forum and Shinsuke did enough to convince the judges that he should keep his WBC bantamweight title and he did just that as the cut above Darchinyan’s right eye proved to be detrimental.

The American Boxing Confederation’s Women’s Elite Championships in Cornwall, Ontario featured American Claressa Shields fighting in the 75 Kilogram title against three time Canadian world champion Mary Spencer, but it was the 17 year old Shields outpacing the elder Spencer to win the title.
As the National Hockey League wrapped up their regular season on Saturday, here are the current playoff matchup’s and seeding’s as the teams are re-seeded after each round however comma in the Eastern Conference #1 seed New York Rangers face off against 8th seeded Ottawa Senators, the defending champions Boston Bruins have the 2nd seed will play 7th seeded Washington Capitals, while 3rd seeded Florida Panthers battle 6th seeded New Jersey Devils and 4th seeded Pittsburgh Penguins take on the 5th seeded Philadelphia Flyers and for the Western Conference, #1 seeded Vancouver Canucks match up against 8th seeded LA Kings, 2nd seeded St. Louis Blues, skate against 7th seeded San Jose Sharks, while 3rd seed Phoenix Coyotes tangle with the 6th seeded Chicago Blackhawks and 4th seeded Nashville Predators collide with 5th seeded Detroit Red Wings as the playoffs kicks off on Wednesday.  Soooooo if you didn’t hear your team, they didn’t make the cut!

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