Thursday, August 2, 2012

NBA w/ Doc Rivers, NFL w/ Ben Roethlisberger & AL-NL MLB Scores: 8/2, Vol. 199, 2nd Edition

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Felix Jones of the Dallas Cowboys
finally passes his conditioning test....he looks
tired doesn't he?!
There were several afternoon games in the American & National League alike in Major League Baseball with a total of fifteen games on the diamond starting with AL as the Baltimore Orioles were literally spanked by the New York Yankees 12-3 as Curtis Granderson belted his 29th homer, the Chicago White Sox eked out a one run win against the Minnesota Twins 3-2 with 8 strikeouts from Jake Peavy, the Tampa Bay Rays knocked off the Oakland A’s 4-1 with Carlos Pena going yard, the Detroit Tigers outlasted the Boston Red Sox 7-5 as 3 Tigers launch homeruns, while the LA Angels scored 10 runs, but the Texas Rangers did one better with 11 runs as  the Rangers rally from 3 down in 10th, the Cleveland Indians was defeated by the Kansas City Royals 5-2 and the Toronto Blue Jays lost to the Seattle Mariners 5-3 as the Marines won the 7th consecutive game.
And for your NL scores, the Houston Astros was literally spanked by the Milwaukee Brewers 13-4 with Ryan Braun’s 29th homer, the Pittsburgh Pirates scored 5 runs in the 5th inning to blow past the Chicago Cubs 8-4 as Michael McKenry went yard, the Arizona Diamondbacks SHUT OUT and pounded the LA Dodgers 4-0 as Patrick Corbin got the win after being called up, the Philadelphia Phillies took care of the Washington Nationals 3-2 with 2 homers from Jimmy Rollins, the Miami Marlins knocked off the Atlanta Braves 4-2, while the San Diego Padres couldn’t handle the Cincinnati Reds and lost 6-4 as Ryan Ludwick blasts his 19th homer, the defending champion St. Louis Cardinals used 2 homeruns from Matt Holiday to get past the Colorado Rockies 9-6 and the New York Mets only needed 2 runs as they defeated the San Francisco Giants 2-1 with a homer from Ruben Tejada.
For your NBA Quick Dribbles, Boston Celtics coach Doc Rivers said he thought his decision-making was the primary reason why guard Ray Allen chose to sign with the Miami Heat over staying in Boston, not the veteran's deteriorating relationship with Rajon Rondo and the Phoenix Suns have signed forward P.J. Tucker to a two-year contract after an 3 impressive performance in the Las Vegas Summer League.
For your NFL Quick Hits, Ben Roethlisberger revealed he has a "little torn rotator cuff" in an interview Wednesday with the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, but the Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback seemed more concerned about the absence of holdout receiver Mike Wallace than his injury,  as the Hall of Fame Game approaches on Sunday and there is no end in sight to the labor dispute between the NFL and its officials, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell says he is comfortable with the idea of using replacement officials in preseason games, after failing the conditioning test on Monday, Felix Jones, Brodney Pool and Andre Holmes have passed the Dallas Cowboys' conditioning test, San Diego Chargers running back Ryan Mathews is listed as "day to day" after getting banged up in a car accident in which he lost control of his car and hit another car. 
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