Sunday, September 27, 2020


MLB Interleague

Pirates 8, Cleveland 0

NY Yankees 11, Miami 4

Tampa Bay 4, Philadelphia 3

CHI White Sox 9, CHI Cubs 5

Minnesota 7, Cincinnati 3

LA Dodgers 7, LA Angels 6

Boston 8, Atlanta 2

MLB National League

Washington 4, NY Mets 3 (7)

Washington 5, NY Mets 3 (7)

Milwaukee 3, St. Louis 0

Colorado 10, Arizona 3

San Diego 6, San Francisco 2

MLB American League

Seattle 5, Oakland 1 (8)

Seattle 12, Oakland 3 (7)

Toronto 5, Baltimore 2

Detroit 4, Kansas City 3

Texas 6, Houston 1

College Football

Pitt 23, Louisville 20

Oklahoma St. 27, WVU 13

NHL Stanley Cup Finals

Dallas 3, Tampa Bay 2 (2OT)

NBA Western Conference Finals

LA Lakers 117, Denver 107

Sports News

Pirates Crush Indians

CLEVELAND — The Indians will have one eye on the field and one eye on the scoreboard on the final day of the regular season. Cleveland suffered a setback in its bid to host a first-round playoff series and had its six-game winning streak snapped with an 8-0 loss to Joe Musgrove and the major league-worst Pittsburgh Pirates on Saturday night. The Indians fell one game behind the Chicago White Sox for second place in the AL Central and were eliminated from the division title race when Minnesota beat Cincinnati. In order to earn home-field advantage for the best-of-three wild-card round, Cleveland must beat the Pirates and have the White Sox lose to the Cubs on Sunday. The Indians hold the tiebreaker over the White Sox. Any other outcome sends Cleveland on the road. Pittsburgh rocked right-hander Aaron Civale (4-6) for a career-high eight runs in four innings. Rookie Ke’Bryan Hayes had five hits and Colin Moran had a three-run homer and four RBI. Bryan Reynolds and Jose Osuna also homered as the Pirates won for the third time in 19 interleague games. Hayes scored three runs, doubled three times and had two singles, and is batting .370 (30 for 81) since making his major league debut on Sept. 1.

#21 Pitt Holds Off #24 Louisville

PITTSBURGH — Patrick Jones II wants No. 21 Pittsburgh’s defense to be the best in the country. Not just in points allowed. Not just in yards allowed. Not just in sacks or turnovers. All of it. The Panthers are certainly playing like it. Jones collected three of Pitt’s seven sacks, helping the Panthers beat No. 24 Louisville 23-20 on Saturday. The win pushed Pitt (3-0, 2-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) to its best start since 2014 and adhered to a blueprint the Panthers believe can carry them to the conference title game in December: tough, physical defense and enough offense to get by.

WVU Falls To Oklahoma State

STILLWATER, Okla. — For Chuba Hubbard and Oklahoma State, it wasn’t pretty, but in the end, when it really mattered, he and his team made the plays they needed to. Hubbard scored on a 23-yard run with 1:17 remaining to salvage a difficult afternoon and help No. 15 Oklahoma State beat West Virginia 27-13 on Saturday. Sidelined for a number of key plays after fumbling on consecutive second-half possessions, Hubbard ended up with 101 yards on 22 rushes for his 12th 100-yard performance in his last 13 games. With the additional action, Hubbard’s backup, L.D. Brown, gained 103 yards on 11 carries, including a 66-yard touchdown run, for Oklahoma State (2-0, 1-0 Big 12). It was the first time since a 2016 contest against TCU that Oklahoma State had two different running backs rush for over 100 yards in a Big 12 outing.

Stars Extend Stanley Cup Series With Game 5 Win In OT

EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) — More than a decade since Corey Perry won the Stanley Cup as a young player and years after Joe Pavelski fell two wins short, the greybeards aren’t ready to leave the bubble and give up on another opportunity for a championship just yet. Pavelski tied it with 6:45 left in the regulation, laid out to block a shot in the first overtime and Perry’s second goal of the game came in double OT to give the Dallas Stars a 3-2 win over Tampa Bay and force a Game 6 in the Stanley Cup Final. Anton Khudobin made 39 saves and Perry’s winner 9:23 into the second OT was a manner of redemption for the Stars a night after they lost in OT on a questionable penalty call when Tampa Bay scored on the ensuing power play. Game 6 is Monday night

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Kansas City Chiefs at Baltimore Ravens

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Auburn at Georgia

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Steelers at Tennessee Titans

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Philadelphia Eagles at San Francisco ’49ers

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