Wednesday, September 22, 2021


MLB- National League

Pirates 6, Cincinnati 2

St. Louis 2, Milwaukee 1

Washington 7, Miami 1

LA Dodgers 5, Colorado 4

Atlanta 6, Arizona 1

San Francisco 6, San Diego 5

MLB- Interleague

Philadelphia 3, Baltimore 2

Boston 6, NY Mets 3

Minnesota 9, Cubs 5

MLB - American League

Detroit 5, Chicago 3

Cleveland 4, Kansas City 1

NY Yankees 7, Texas 1

Toronto 4, Tampa Bay 2

Seattle 5, Oakland 2

Houston 10, LA Angels 5

Frontier League Championship

Schaumburg 4, Wild Things 0

Sports News

Wild Things Fall In Championship Series Opener

The Washington Wild Things dropped the opener of the Frontier League Championship series in Illinois Tuesday night. Schaumburg hit three home runs in a 4-0 victory. The Wild Things are in the finals for the fourth time in franchise history but have never won a title. Game two is tonight. The best-of-five series will then shift to Wild Things Park for game 3 Friday evening.

Pirates Deliver Blow To Reds Playoff Hopes

CINCINNATI (AP) – Ben Gamel homered, Ke’Bryan Hayes had three hits and the Pittsburgh Pirates dampened the Cincinnati Reds’ fading postseason hopes with a 6-2 win. Gamel hit his eighth home run in the fourth inning to erase the Reds’ early lead in the fourth. Hayes singled to score Hoy Park, and Cole Tucker sent Hayes home with a single. Mitch Keller pitched out of trouble with the aid of two double plays to hold off the Reds, who are chasing the streaking St. Louis Cardinals for the second NL wild card. They trail St. Louis by four games with 10 remaining.

Roethlisberger Has Pectoral Injury

During his weekly press conference, Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin reported that quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has a left pectoral injury that could affect his preparation for next week’s game. “Don’t have an idea of how much as I sit here right now, but we better be ready to be adjustable,” Tomlin said. While Tomlin said it is unclear how Roethlisberger was injured, he did say Roethlisberger took too many hits in Sunday’s game against the Raiders. This also follows announcements of multiple injuries, including linebacker T.J. Watt and Alex Highsmith.

Wash/Greene Sports Hall of Fame Inductions Sunday

The Washington-Greene Co. Chapter of the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame induction banquet is Sunday, September 26 at the Hilton Garden Inn, Southpointe.

Thirteen individuals and a Team of Yesteryear will be inducted this year. Four honorees will received special recognition — The Courage Awards and Hall of Fame Moments– and three more individuals will be recognized as Special Honorees.

The event is sold out and no tickets will be sold at the door.  The Hall will livestream this year’s ceremonies, beginning at 3:45 pm. Click Here.

On The Air

HEREThursday, September 23 12:00pm
Thursday, September 23
CURRDATEThursday, September 23 12:00pm

8:00pm NFL Football  AM 1450

Carolina Panthers at Houston Texans

HEREFriday, September 24 12:00pm
Friday, September 24
CURRDATEFriday, September 24 12:00pm

6:30pm HS Football  AM 1450

Chartiers-Houston at Wash High

HEREFriday, September 24 12:00pm

6:30pm HS Football  FM 95.3

Baldwin at Canon-McMillan

HERESaturday, September 25 12:00pm
Saturday, September 25
CURRDATESaturday, September 25 12:00pm

10:00am NFL Football  AM 1450

NFL Insider

HERESaturday, September 25 12:00pm

11:00am NFL Football  AM 1450

NFL Preview

HERESaturday, September 25 12:00pm

11:30am NFL Football  AM 1450

NFL Fantasy Forecast

HERESaturday, September 25 12:00pm

6:30pm College Football  AM 1450

Wash/Jeff at Case-Western Reserve

HERESunday, September 26 12:00pm
Sunday, September 26
CURRDATESunday, September 26 12:00pm

12:00pm Steelers Football  AM 1450

Steelers vs. Cincinnati Bengals

HERESunday, September 26 12:00pm

7:30pm NFL Football  AM 1450

Green Bay Packers at San Francisco ’49ers

HEREMonday, September 27 12:00pm
Monday, September 27
CURRDATEMonday, September 27 12:00pm

12:45pm Pirates Baseball  AM 1450

Pirates at Cincinnati Reds (rainout from 9/22)

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