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AM 1380 News & Sports

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Toronto Blue Jays  were swept out of Seattle by the Mariners.   Kendrys (KEHN'-drihs) Morales hit a two-run home run in the first inning and starter Hisashi Iwakuma (hih-SAH'-shee ee-wuh-KOO'-muh) pitched into the seventh to help Seattle beat Toronto 2-0.  The Blue Jays next play the Whtie Sox in Chicago. Tomorrow (Friday)

I-B-L -  Barrie Baycats and Brantford Red Sox face each other in Game 3, tonight (Thursday) in Barrie at 7:30pm, after Barrie evened their series at 1 each with an 11-5 win in Brantford last night (Wednesday)     London Majors won a crucial game 3 last night (Wednesday) 6-0, cutting the Kitchener Panthers series lead in half to 2-1. It's game 4 in Kitchener tonight.

Milos Raonic (MEE'-lohsh RAH'-ah-nitch) is the last Canadian standing at the Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati.   The native of Thornhill defeated American Robby Ginepri

(jih-NEH'-pree) to advance to the third round of the tournament. Eugenie (yoo-JEE'-nee) Bouchard of Quebec, and Vancouver's Vasek Pospisil (VASH'-ihk PAWS'-pih-sihl) both lost.

Toronto Raptors'  first game of the 2014-2015 season will be at home against Atlanta Hawks.   The Raptors' season opener was announced by the N-B-A as part of its league-wide schedule roll out. Other noteworthy home games on Toronto's schedule include two visits from LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch has had nis name cleared in an assault and property damage case.  The Bellevue Police Department in Washington State now says Lynch wasn't involved and the case remains open.

 

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Dallas Cowboys moved into joint possession of the N-F-C East lead with a 38-17 win over the New Orleans Saints.   Tony Romo threw three touchdowns passes -- two to Terrance Williams -- as Dallas joined the Philadelphia Eagles at 3-and-1.Houston hammered the Buffalo Bills 23-17. Detroit took the New York Jets 24-17.

Michael Ferland and the Calgary Flames kept the Colorado Avalanche ice cold with a 2-1 victory in Denver. Also, 3 three other Canadian teams in pre-season action. Peter Holland had the shootout winner as the Toronto Maple Leafs edged the Buffalo Sabres 3-2.   Goalie Scott Darling made 26 saves as the Chicago Blackhawks blanked the Edmonton Oilers 5-0.   And Washington Capitals got by Montreal Canadiens 2-nothing.

Junior "B" Hockey - G-O-J-H-L - Waterloo blanked Guelph 4-0, Welland blanked Ancaster 7-nothing, Elmira took Cambridge 7-6.  Saturday night Brantford 99er's got their first win over the season 5-3 over Stratford Cullitons.

Third place in the A-L East is where the Blue Jays finish their season after a 1-0 loss to the division champs Baltimore on the final day of the regular season. Toronto finished 83-and-79, 13 games behind the Orioles and one behind the Yankees, who leapfrogged the Jays with a win.

The United States Ryder Cup team is coming home empty-handed.    Rory McIlroy, Graeme McDowell and Justin Rose have led Europe to a relatively easy 16 1/2 to 11/ 1/2 victory over the Americans in Scotland.

Derek Jeter has ended his 20-year run in the same way he completed his final at-bat in Yankee Stadium, with an R-B-I single. Jeter went 1-for-2 with a run-scoring hit in the third inning before coming out for a pinch-hitter in the Yankees' 9-5 victory at Boston.

He received a standing ovation from Red Sox fans at Fenway Park as he left the field.

 

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