Toronto, Steve Travis, Accuweather discussed on Red Eye Radio

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More baseball history was made last night steve futterman reports you can now officially called 2017 the year of the home wrong alex deep a rightcenter field alex warden of the kansas city royals hit a solo homerun in the eighth inning against the toronto blue jays god and with the record for the most home runs in a single season was broken horton some rome was number five thousand six hundred ninety four breaking the record set in two thousand and there are still twelve days left in the regular season steve futterman cbs news former ohio state linebacker chris beal and is suing his former school filing a class action lawsuit on behalf of himself in other former buckeye guys who are featured on a series of banners lining ohio stadium this season the banners are sponsored by honda which the suit names along with the school accusing them of unjust and monopolistic behaviors it notes that ohio state makes millions of dollars from merchandising programmes involving former athletes jimmy shanta v cbs news an expansive area of high pressure centred over the great lakes will knows all the way southeast arkansas the next few days keeping things warm inhuman partly cloudy tonight low of seventy two sunshine a few clouds mixing in tomorrow high of ninety two degrees clear to partly cloudy tomorrow night low of seventy two yet again then clouds and sunshine thursday staying very warm and human with another high of ninety two i'm accuweather meteorologist steve travis you don't necessarily need the chuckled basket on the ride to work you need to know the essential facts news traffic and weather first news with kevin miller has it going on kevin scans.

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