Monday, May 14, 2012

NL-MLB Scores, Players Championship, NASCAR & Madrid Open Results: 5/14, Vol. 141, 2nd Edition

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Serena Williams wins
Madrid Open
The National League in Major League Baseball had 8 games on the diamond yesterday as the Miami Marlins crushed New York Mets 8-4 as Giancarlo Stanton belted a grand slam in the 9th to help secure the win, the Pittsburgh Pirates needed 12 innings to knock off the pesky Houston Astros 3-2 as Tony Watson remained undefeated while getting his 3rd win, the Chicago Cubs pounded the Milwaukee Brewers 8-2 with the help of Reed Johnson’s 1st homerun, the Atlanta Braves walloped the defending champions St. Louis Cardinals 7-4 with Jason Heyward’s 3 RBI’s, while the Colorado Rockies was hammered by the LA Dodgers 11-5 with A. J. Ellis belting a homerun and the Dodgers sweeping the series, the San Francisco Giants demolished the Arizona Diamondbacks 7-3 with Brett Pill’s 3rd homer of the season and the Cincinnati Reds defeat the Washington Nationals 9-6 with Joey Votto’s walk off grand slam capping the victory.

The Players Championship at Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, FL with a purse of $9.5 million dollars witnessed Kevin Na’s constant waggling crumbled his game as Matt Kuchar rose to the top of the leaderboard and stayed there and won his 4th career PGA Tour victory with a 13 under par for a cool $1.7 million prize while Martin Laird, Rickie Fowler, Ben Curtis and Zach Johnson finished tied for second and Tiger Woods finished tied for 40th.

Round and round they go as NASCAR raced on the track that’s too tough to tame at Darlington Raceway as Jimmie Johnson notches his 1st win of the season and gave Hendricks Motorsports their 200th Sprint Cup victory while Denny Hamlin finished 2nd, Tony Stewart finished 3rd, coming in at the 4th spot was Kyle Busch and Martin Truex, Jr. round out the top five.

And in the Nationwide Series, Joey Lagano captured the checkered flag while Denny Hamlin came in 2nd, Brad Keselowski finished 3rd, Sam Hornish, Jr. 4th and Austin Dillon finished 5th.

The Madrid Open came to a conclusion and witnessed Serena Williams powering past Victoria Azarenka 6-1, 6-3

in straight sets as Williams won her 2nd tournament this season and her 41st career victory and Roger Federer came from behind to knock off Tomas Berdych 3-6, 7-5, 7-5 and the Madrid Open for the 3rd time.

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