Wednesday, August 8, 2012

NBA w/ Jeremy Lin, AL-NL MLB Scores, NFL Quick Hits w/ Elvis Dumervil: 8/8, Vol. 203, 2nd Edition

The splendor of a King, clothed in majesty, let all the earth rejoice all the earth rejoice, He wraps Himself in light, and darkness tries to hide….it trembles at His voice. How great is our God!  Welcome back to your Spiritual Sports Segment on Rhema Gospel, I’m C.E.E.J.A.Y.!

Maxxis Tires is following
Jeremy Lin from New York
to the Houston Rockets
Major League Baseball had a full slate of games last night starting in the American League as the New York Yankees lost for the 2nd night in a row to the Detroit Tigers 6-5 with a homer from Miguel Cabrera, the Seattle Mariners needed 14 innings but still lost to the Baltimore Orioles 8-7 as the Orioles won their 12th straight extra innings game, the Minnesota Twins got past the Cleveland Indians 7-5 as the Twins rallied and gave the Indians their 11th consecutive loss, the Texas Rangers defeated the Boston Red Sox 6-3 as Ryan Dempster notched his 1st win, while the Toronto Blue Jays lost 4-1 to the Tampa Bay Rays as Evan Longoria returned with an RBI, the Kansas City Royals knocked off the Chicago White Sox 5-2 as Billy Butler belted the ball out of the ballpark….alliteration, I love it and the LA Angels was literally spanked by the Oakland A’s 10-4 as 4 A’s launched homeruns.
The National League had eight games on the diamond as the Atlanta Braves were SHUT OUT by the Philadelphia Phillies 3-0 as Cole Hamels pitched a complete game with 6 strike outs, the Arizona Diamondback manhandled the Pittsburgh Pirates 10-4 as Chris Johnson launched 2 homeruns, the Miami Marlins got past the New York Mets 4-2 with the help of Jose Reyes’ 25th consecutive hit, the Washington Nationals eked out a one run win against the Houston Astros 3-2 in 12 innings as Danny Espinosa drove in all 3 Nationals’ runs, the Cincinnati Reds lost to the Milwaukee Brewers 3-1 as Aramis Rameriz went yard, while the San Francisco Giants outlasted the defending champion St. Louis Cardinals 4-2 with the 18th homer from Buster Posey, the Chicago Cubs was pasted by the San Diego Padres 7-4 as Carlos Quentin hits his 12th homerun and the Colorado Rockies defeated the LA Dodgers 3-1.
For your NBA Quick Dribbles, the Portland Trail Blazers hired Terry Stotts as head coach on Tuesday, filling the NBA's last coaching vacancy,  Dan Roundfield, an NBA veteran who had three consecutive All-Star seasons, drowned off the Caribbean island of Aruba while helping his wife as she struggled in rough water…may God rest his soul in peace,  and finally, Maxxis Tires, a tire company whose global headquarters are based in Taiwan, that became a sponsor of the New York Knicks thanks to "Linsanity" is following Jeremy Lin to Houston, announced Tuesday afternoon that it would become a sponsor of Lin's new team, the Houston Rockets.  In addition, the company says it will be guaranteed one minute of television exposure through courtside LED signage during Rockets home games and, as part of its contract, gets to sponsor a promotional night.
For your NFL Quick Hits, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, Cleveland Browns President Mike Holmgren and New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick were among more than 900 people who packed a Mormon church for the funeral service of Garrett Reid, son of Eagles coach Andy Reid, for this week and the preseason opener, Matt Flynn is the Seattle Seahawks' starting quarterback, and finally, Denver Broncos Pro Bowl defensive end Elvis Dumervil won't be charged in a road rage incident in Miami Beach, FL.
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