Wednesday, May 2, 2012

MLB Round Two Scores, Carl Edwards, Evan Longoria & Caleb King News: 5/2, Vol. 133, 2nd Edition

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Justin Upton
For round two scores in Major League Baseball for the National League, the Arizona Diamondbacks breezed by the Washington Nationals 5-1 as Justin Upton provided 2 RBI’s, the Philadelphia Phillies knocked off the Atlanta Braves 4-2 as the Phillies scored 2 runs in the 8th to seal the deal, the Chicago Cubs and the Cincinnati Reds was postponed due to rain, the New York Mets was easily handled by the Houston Astros 6-3 as Chris Snyder and Jed Lowrie each went yard, while the Pittsburgh Pirates was devastated by the defending champions St. Louis Cardinals 10-7 as Rafael Furcal, Matt Holliday and David Freese all launched homeruns, the LA Dodgers got a one run win against the Colorado Rockies 7-6 with homeruns from Dee Gordon, A. J. Ellis and Andre Ethier, the Milwaukee Brewers were SHUT OUT by the San Diego Padres 2-0 as Mark Kotsay homered and the Miami Marlins eked out a 2-1 win over the San Francisco Giants with a homerun from Giancarlo Stanton to wrap up your scores in baseball.

For your quick news and notes, NASCAR's vice president for competition says there is radio communication supporting that Carl Edwards was second behind Tony Stewart when Saturday night's Sprint Cup race was restarted with 81 laps remaining, NASCAR has fined Richard Childress Racing and Turner Motorsports, a total of six Nationwide Series teams for failing inspection at Richmond International Raceway as crew chiefs Luke Lambert, Danny Stockman, Trent Owens, Jimmy Elledge, Ernie Cope and Mike Shiplett were all fined $10,000 and placed on probation through December 31, three-time All-Star Evan Longoria of the Tampa Bay Rays, was placed on the 15-day disabled list with a partially torn left hamstring and finally, an Indiana high school basketball standout who survived a Michigan plane crash last year that killed his father and stepmother after surviving a 2003 crash that killed his mother plans to play college basketball next year at Michigan……wow, through a storm, He still finds a way to bring you sunshine.

For your NFL Quick Hits, the Oakland Raiders signed Matt Leinart to a one-year contract on Tuesday, giving them two former Heisman Trophy winners from Southern California at quarterback, Minnesota Vikings running back Caleb King was released from jail with no charges filed against him on Tuesday, three days after being arrested in an alleged beating outside a birthday party last weekend and hours after being released, the Vikings released him and finally, the Houston Texans have waived receiver Jacoby Jones after five seasons.

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