Felix Hernandez scattered four hits with two strikeouts in seven innings, pitching visiting Seattle past the Tigers last night, 9-1. It was his ninth straight win over the Bengals since 2006. Detroit looks to avoid being swept by the Mariners in this afternoon’s series finale at Comerica Park, with coverage on 1450 WHTC beginning at 12:40 PM.
David Freese homered and drove in three runs, as visiting St. Louis beat the Cubs yesterday, 5-1. Chicago is off until playing at Philadelphia tomorrow evening.
Kila Ka’aihue’s single in the 14th inning capped a three-run Oakland comeback, as the A’s defeated the visiting White Sox yesterday, 5-4. Chicago hosts Boston to begin a four-game series at US Cellular Field tonight.
The Whitecaps open up a three-game series in Davenport against the Quad Cities River Bandits this evening. Catch all the action from Modern Woodmen Field at 7:50 on 1450 WHTC and www.whtc.com.
Kyle Korver scored 20 points as the Bulls won atIndianalast night, 92-87. The NBA regular season ends this evening, with Chicago needing only to beat visiting Cleveland at the United Center, or to have San Antonio lose in Oakland against Golden State, to clinch home court advantage throughout the upcoming playoffs, while the Detroit Pistons play out the string at home against Philadelphia at the Palace.