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  • Tigers deck Cards 4-3 on wild pitch after Ozuna's tying HR Posted on 9 September 2018 at 10:05am

    DETROIT (AP) — Fifty years ago, a Detroit Tigers lefty dominated the St. Louis Cardinals on the way to a World Series victory.

    Matthew Boyd took his turn Saturday night, albeit in a less important game, as the Tigers beat the Cardinals 4-3.

  • Lock is dual threat as Missouri beats Wyoming 40-13 Posted on 9 September 2018 at 9:53am

    COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Missouri quarterback Drew Lock usually dissects defenses with his arm. Wyoming learned the hard way that his legs have a little juice, too. Lock threw four touchdown passes and ran for another TD as the Tigers won 40-13 on Saturday night.

    The senior quarterback is known for his gaudy passing numbers, and he added to them against the Cowboys, completing 33 of 45 passes for 398 yards. He added a career-high 51 rushing yards, which was almost half of his total for all of last season.

  • Rosario, Adrianza lead Twins past Royals 10-6 Posted on 8 September 2018 at 8:38am

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Twins manager Paul Molitor is taking full advantage of expanded September rosters.

    Eddie Rosario homered, Ehire Adrianza had three hits and three RBIs, and Minnesota used six relievers to overcome a short start and beat the Kansas City Royals 10-6, snapping a five-game skid Friday night.

  • Candelario homers in 9th, Tigers beat Cardinals 5-3 Posted on 8 September 2018 at 8:00am

    DETROIT (AP) — Jeimer Candelario left the St. Louis Cardinals with a sinking feeling.

    Candelario connected on a 102 mph sinker from Cardinals reliever Jordan Hicks, hitting a two-run homer in the ninth inning Friday night that gave the Detroit Tigers a 5-3 victory.

  • FNF Week 3: High school football photos and videos Posted on 7 September 2018 at 6:24pm

    COLUMBIA - Rainy weather will be a key factor as football teams around mid-Missouri play in week three of Friday Night Fever.

    The game of the week features the Hickman Kewpies playing at the Jefferson City Jays' stadium. It's the second oldest rivalry West of the Mississippi, the 114th meeting. The Jays and Kewpies are led by first-year coaches. Hickman is coming off of a blowout loss to Helias, while Jefferson City won narrowly at home against the Hannibal Pirates last week.
    In other games, the Helias Crusaders welcome a St. Louis opponent: the St. John Vianney Golden Griffins; and two Columbia teams face off as the Battle Spartans host the Rock Bridge Bruins.
    Be sure to tweet your game photos to @komusports or @komunews. This live blog will feature photos and videos from high school football games around mid-Missouri. Items are in reverse chronological order, with the newest on top.

  • Cardinals win close call against Nationals Posted on 5 September 2018 at 11:21pm

    WASHINGTON D.C. - The Cardinals get the series win against the Nationals with a score of 7-6.

    St. Louis scored all seven of its runs prior to the 7th inning, and Washington scored a pair of runs in the 5th and 6th innings.

  • NFL Football Returns Thursday Night on NBC Posted on 5 September 2018 at 7:41pm

    PHILADELPHIA - Its been a solid 214 days since Sunday afternoons included the sounds of pads popping and helmets cracking and the sight of “creative” end- zone dancing. Thursday brings the return of one of the NFL on NBC.

    Super Bowl LII champions, the Philadelphia Eagles, look to show why they were worthy of hoisting the Lombardi Trophy last season when they face off against conference rivals the Atlanta Falcons.

  • Royals drop second straight to Cleveland Posted on 5 September 2018 at 5:22pm

    KANSAS CITY - Prior to Wednesday’s matchup against Cleveland, Kansas City was seeking its fourth consecutive series win, but fell just short.

    Brad Keller got the start on the mound for the Royals. Keller delivered seven innings for Kansas City, giving up 10 hits and three runs, before Brian Flynn relieved him. As for Cleveland, Corey Kluber started on the mound.

  • Royals lose Danny Duffy to shoulder injury Posted on 5 September 2018 at 4:35pm

    KANSAS CITY - During Tuesday’s game against Cleveland, Royals left-handed pitcher Danny Duffy saw the mound for the final time this season. Duffy had to exit the game due to a left shoulder impingement injury after facing just seven batters and throwing 26 pitches.

    The injury that Duffy was diagnosed with on Tuesday is the same injury that sent him to the disabled list (DL) last month.

  • Tigers take home SEC weekly honors Posted on 4 September 2018 at 10:10pm

    COLUMBIA - A pair of Mizzou student-athletes collected Southestern Conference weekly honors this week.

    Mizzou Volleyball Senior Middle Blocker Alyssa Munlyn and Cross Country Freshman Mikayla Reed were named SEC Defensive Player of the Week and SEC Freshman Runner of the Week, respectively.