Rob Woodfork, Luke Voigt, Kyle Finnegan discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News


Moving people and innovation forward. Now to rob woodfork well on a strange night in St. Louis, golfer John Daly highlighted a Motley crew of 17 people throwing the ceremonial first pitch, former cardinal and Missouri native Luke voigt capped a three hit night with a 424 foot Homer that appeared to break the game open for the nationals and then Kyle finnegan and one of the worst blown saves you will ever see giving up 5 runs in the 9th inning of a 6 5 Nats walk off loss in which Dave Martinez got a lot of good things today, a lot of positive things. You're starting with our pitching. Again, you know, he kept in ball game, harassment comes in and does well. And then we come back, Caesar would have a big triple there, comes back with score some runs and I thought we played really well today to the last quick turnaround of the one 15 series finale Josiah gray gets to start the Orioles drop three of four to the Blue Jays after a four one loss and now the O's four and a half games behind Toronto for that last American League wild card spots, the highlight of the day though, hyattsville native, Francis TFO, boldly going where no American man has gone since 2006. He's on to the U.S. open men's semifinals thanks to a long straight sets win over Andre Rublev, while still awaiting the winner of who he will see next, Yannick sinner, and Carlos alcaraz splitting the first two sets. They're just now starting the third set. Rob woodfork, WTO, sports. The top stories we're following for you, this evening on WTO piece

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