White Sox, Dodgers, Miami discussed on Dave Ramsey


You by your Colorado's Chevy dealers in their open road sales event going on right now, the Phillies Climb back above 500. In fact, they're two games above 500 now and a half game behind Miami for second in the National League East. The Phillies beat Toronto 321 Vince Velazquez got the wind, allowing just a Travis Shaw homer. And it was Knappen McCutchen with R B. I hits to give the fills the 31 win. Pablo Lopez won his fifth for Miami to stay ahead of Philly. He struck out Seven as Miami beat Washington 7 to 3 Garrett Cooper had a double A homer and three R B eyes tell you the kind of year the Pirates air having they fault of 15 and 37. Today as Mitch Keller worked a no hitter for six innings and then came out of the gang as he was on a pitch count. And ST Louis scored five times in the seventh inning on just three hits and beat the Pirates five before one of the bright spots for the Pirates. Rookie key Bryan Hayes. It is third homer of the year. He is the son of Charlie Hayes, the Rockiesfirst third baseman, and he is off to a terrific start in his big league career. The White Sox got five solo home runs, including a pair from Tim Anderson is they win their eighth and their last 10 games, moving closer to capturing the American League Central Crown. White Sox blank Cincinnati five to nothing. Give you an idea how well the White Sox have played their 30 for an 18. And along with Tampa Bay. They have the top two records in the American League and really, just a couple of games behind the Dodgers for the best record in all of baseball. Regis Judge would grad David Peterson continues to pitch well for the Mets. He struck out 10/6 innings to win his fifth game and seven decisions. The Mets beat Atlanta 72 bright spot for the Braves. Adam Duvall hit his 16th home run of the year. He has 11 home runs here in September, tying Hall of Famer Eddie Mathews for the most homers in September in Braves history. Milwaukee got nine strikeouts and six shutout innings from Corbin Burns is he won his fourth without a defeat. Milwaukee blank Kansas City five to nothing. Ryan Braun hit a home run in perhaps his second last game at Miller Park as a brewer. As he will be a free agent at the end of the season, and in the bottom of the eighth inning at Wrigley Field. The Twins lead the Cubs. 7 to 1. With the Broncos playing tomorrow. It means our Rocky's coverage moves to our sister station 6 30 K. How tomorrow for all of you who listen in the metro Denver area. Will be starting for everybody along the network of 12 O'clock mountain time with Our second last edition of Rocky's Q and A for 2020 and Rocky's outfielder. Charlie Blackmon's going to join us. It's a good conversation with Charlie. We think you'll enjoy hearing from Mr Nasty. And then a 12 30. It's Rocky's on deck. First pitch at 1 10. Tony Gonzalez is going to pitch for the Dodgers. Antonio sends a Tele will go to the hill for the Rockies, as they said first pitch at 1 10. On K House 6 30 K. How for our listeners in the Metro Denver area are thanks to Doug Niemeyer again tonight at Master Control on Doug. I didn't give you the score of the Stanley Cup game because I know you're recording it. So I was a nice guy didn't want to spoil it for you. But thanks again for the work and, of course, here with us at the ballpark, our executive producer of the KO Iraqis Radio network, Jesse Thomas for Mike Reiss, Jack organ, saying thanks most of all to you for listening We appreciate the support, win or lose..

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