Tigers fall short of first season sweep in Baltimore – Thursday Morning Sports Update

MLB – Major League Baseball
last night
Baltimore Orioles 8, Detroit Tigers 1
Cleveland Guardians 8, Chicago White Sox 2
Chicago Cubs 4, Miami Marlins 2

Orioles 8, Tigers 1 – Lyles throw whole game as Orioles beat Tigers 8-1
Jordan Lyles threw the second full game of his career, as Kyle Storrs warmed up and led in three runs, and the Baltimore Orioles avoided their first season sweep by the Detroit Tigers with an 8-1 victory. Newbie Gunnar Henderson and two hits and[ربي]For the Orioles, who poled a nine-game losing streak to Detroit dating to last season. Baltimore moved through four games out of Seattle for the AL’s third and final wild card. Lillis was allowed to run on three strokes with six strokes and without walking, throwing 94 throws. His previous full match occurred on September 30, 2012, for Houston against Milwaukee.

Guardians 8 and White Sox 2 – Kwan and McKenzie beat the White Sox 8-2
Stephen Kwan shone from his three hits, and Triston Mackenzie netted 13 goals as the Cleveland Guardians beat the Chicago White Sox 8-2 to move closer to their first MLS title since 2018. Homer was capped by his fifth of the season off Lance Lane. (7-6) in the first court of the fourth round. The Guardians (82-67) have won seven of their last eight games while reducing the magic number for winning the score to seven. Cleveland is sure to win the class if they get a first-time tie with Chicago. Mackenzie (11-11) gave up two rounds and six strokes while matching a career high with eight innings.

Cubs 4, Marlins 2 – Hap’s fly for sacrifice leads the 3-round Rally, Cubs beat Marlins 4-3
Ian Hap hit the sacrificial fly for eighth and the Chicago Cubs beat the Miami Marlins 4-3. Patrick Wisdom hit his 23rd home for the Cubs. With a 3-1 defeat, the Cubs scored three goals in the eighth minute without scoring against Marlins defenders Stephen Ockert and Dylan Floro. Keegan Thompson (10-5) made three goalless rounds of rest. Revitalized from the injured list earlier on Wednesday, Thompson allowed one hit and six hits. For the second day in a row, Marlins loyalist Stephen Ockert lost after being unable to maintain his lead in Game Eight. The Marlins lost their 37th in one run, matching the record set in 1993.

Chicago Cubs (Wisinski 1-1) in Pittsburgh (Keller 5-11), 6:35 p.m.
Cleveland (Pieber 11-8) at Chicago White Sox (Kweto 7-8), 8:10 p.m.
tigers off

NFL – National Football League – Week 3
Pittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland Browns, 8:15 p.m.

NFL – Fields clarifies the notes, says he didn’t mean to offend fans
Chicago quarterback Justin Fields took some time to clarify the comments he made after the loss to the Green Bay Packers. He says he didn’t mean to appear dismissive of a Bears fan. Fields drew some criticism on social media for saying after the match that the loss “hurts more in the dressing room” and that the fans “do nothing”. Fields said on Wednesday that it meant the fans were not involved in the action “in connection with Sunday’s game”. He also said he was “frustrated” and did not even want a mandatory post-match press conference.

NFL – Colts scramble to find quick solution to backwater offense
The Indianapolis Colts crime thriller is built around Matt Ryan and Jonathan Taylor. Ryan was the league’s MVP in 2016. Taylor is the defender of the rush. However, two weeks into the season, the Colts have the lowest scoring average in the league at 10 points per game. Worse yet: Patrick Mahomes and the high-octane Kansas City Chiefs come to town on Sunday. Ryan, Taylor and coach Frank Reich scramble to find solutions so they can avoid a winless run.

NCAAFB – College Football – Week 4
big ten
Chattanooga, Illinois, 8:30 p.m.

NCAAFB – Irish look to attack to cash in on Tar Heels ‘D’
Notre Dame’s intermittent offense finally found a smoother sailing this past weekend. First-year coach Marcus Freeman wants to see the unit advance in full force in North Carolina. The Fighting Irish struggled under quarterback Tyler Buchner before suffering a season-ending injury after Week 2. Drew Pyne, Buchner’s replacement, finished strong in Notre Dame’s first win. But while Ireland’s offensive is among the worst in FBS, the same is true of North Carolina’s defense. The Tar Heels tried to fix their problems during farewell week, but Freeman knew Notre Dame needed the offense to pull their weight on Saturday.

NBA – Lonzo Bulls will undergo knee surgery and miss the start of the season
Chicago Bulls goalkeeper Lonzo Ball is scheduled to undergo surgery on his left knee next week for the second time in less than a year and miss the start of the season. The Bulls said the ball will undergo endoscopic debridement Wednesday in Los Angeles. It will be reassessed in four to six weeks. Ball played a key role in Chicago’s recovery last year after being acquired from New Orleans in a signing and trading deal. He was limited to 35 matches and did not play after January 14. Ball underwent surgery for a meniscus tear two weeks later.

NBA/WNBA – Commentator Sarver says he’s decided to sell the Suns, Mercury
Robert Sarver says he has begun the sale of Phoenix Suns and Phoenix Mercury, a move that comes just eight days after he was suspended by the NBA for workplace misconduct including racist speech and hostile behavior toward employees. Sarver announced Wednesday, saying the sale “is the best course of action.” He has owned the teams since 2004, when he bought it for around $400 million. He is not the only owner, but the primary owner. Forbes recently estimated the value of The Suns at $1.8 billion.

WNBA – Greener’s World Cup absence affects his US teammates
Britney Grenier’s absence weighs on the minds of her NBA teammates, who are trying to fill the void created by her absence as they prepare for the Basketball World Cup that begins Thursday in Australia. The Americans are expected to win without the 6-foot-8 Greiner, but replacing her spirit and influence on and off the field is a difficult task. The team keeps her in their minds by not having anyone wear her number 15. For years, Americans have worn the number 4-15 jersey. At the World Cup, they’ll use the 4-14 and the No. 16. Brianna Jones will wear the No. 16.

NHL – Training Camps around the NHL open after another short period
Training camps around the NHL open this week less than 90 days after Colorado won the Stanley Cup. Players are accustomed to the short summer now that the pandemic has compressed the past two seasons. But this is a return to the normal, meaningful hockey calendar from October through mid-June. The full camp for teams with new coaches and those who took over last season has its benefits as well.

Nassar – Conviction related to former coach Nassar will not be re-convicted
The Michigan Supreme Court will not return the conviction of a former Michigan State University gymnastics coach who was accused of lying to investigators about campus sports doctor Larry Nassar. The state’s highest court declined to accept an appeal from the attorney general’s office. Prosecutors expanded their investigations beyond Nassar, who pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting athletes, most of whom were gymnasts. But prosecutors have now lost two high-profile cases. Kathy Klags was sentenced to 90 days in prison for lying to police about what she knew about Nassar in 1997. But the Michigan Court of Appeals in December overturned her conviction and said her comments in a 2018 interview with her were inconclusive.

MILB – 2022 Midwest League – Championship Series – Best of 3
last night
South Bend Cubs 7, Lake County Captains 4 (SB wins series 2-1)
South Bend Cups win the 2022 Midwest League

MCCAA – Junior College Athletics
last night
Women’s football
Delta College 5, Lake Michigan College 1

Lake Michigan College at Marianne Anchilla, 6:30 p.m.
Southwest Michigan College at Kalamazoo Valley Community College, 6:30 p.m.

MHSAA – High School Sports
last night
Lake 3, St. Joseph 0
Portage Northern 3, Portage Central 1

boys soccer
Edwardsberg 3, Otsego 0
Sturgis 7, Niles 2
Venville 7, Coloma 0
Vicksburg 5, Three Rivers 0
Buchanan 3, Berrin Springs 1
Duageac 4, Brandywine 1
South Haven 3, Delton Kellogg 1
Hartford 7, Bangor 1
Allegan 3, Schoolcraft 3 – Tie
Kalamazoo Hackett 5, Holland Black River 0
Portage Central 3, Portage Northern 0
Mattawan 2, Battle Creek Lakeview 2 – TIE

boys tennis
Sturgis 8 Edwardsburg 0
Bao Bao 8, Niles 0
Kalamazoo Hackett 8, Portage Northern 0
Otsego 4, Three Rivers 4 – TIE

cross country
SMAC West in Metaouen

  1. Portage Central 15
  2. Portage Northern 54
  3. Saint Joseph 70
  4. hold 110
  5. 153


  1. Saint Joseph 31
  2. Portage Center 48
  3. Portage Northern 64
  4. 102
  5. storied 132

boys soccer
Lakeshore in Metawan, 6:30 p.m.
Howardsville Human Rights Center. In Michigan Lutheran, 5:00 p.m.
New Buffalo in Bridgman, 5:00 p.m.
Bao Bao in Bangor, 6:30 p.m.
Waterfleet in Casopolis, 5:30 p.m.
Kalamazoo Christian in Hartford, 5:00 p.m.
Portage Northern at Kalamazoo Central, 6:30 p.m.
Kalamazoo Louis Norrix at Portage Central, 6:30 p.m.
Battle Creek Lake View at Gale Lake, 6:30 p.m.
Schoolcraft at Battle Creek Academy, 5:30 p.m.
Constantine in Slavery, 7:00 p.m.

boys tennis
Lakeshore Edwardsburg, 4:00 p.m.

Dowagiac in Benton Harbor, 5:00 p.m.
Plenwell in Edwardsburg, 6:00 p.m.
Vicksburg at Niles, 6:00 p.m.
Otsego in Sturgis, 6:00 p.m.
Buchanan at Brandywine, 6:30 p.m.
Allegan in South Haven, 6:30 p.m.
Bridgeman in Waterfleet, 6:30 p.m.
Coloma in Vinville, 6:30 p.m.
Bangor in Bloomingdale, 7:30 p.m.
Marcellus in Decatur, 7:30 p.m.
Lawrence in Hartford, 4:00 p.m.
Comstock in Mendon, 7:30 p.m.
Martin at Galesburg-Augusta, 6:30 p.m.
Delton-Kellogg at Gobles, 6:30 p.m.
Saugatuck at Holland Black River, 6:30 p.m.
Luton at Kalamazoo Christian, 6:30 p.m.
Constantine in Slavery, 6:30 p.m.
Kalamazoo Hackett at Schoolcraft, 6:30 p.m.

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