Hoppers Update 2:30pm
Tonight's Hoptown Hoppers game has been cancelled, but not because of rain. Someone turned on the water hoses and flooded the field. Do you remember the movie "Bull Durham". No make up announced.
Hoppers Baseball: The Hoptown Hoppers won their second game in a row last night, blanking
The Hoppers scored three times in the 3rd inning and four times in the 9th and had eight hits in the game. Brad Sevenish was 3-4 including a double, Brandon Powell was 2-4 including a triple and 2 rbi, Brandon Boggetto was 2-4 with 3 rbi. Cole Isom had another fine performance on the mound, going seven innings in the game, allowing 4 hits no runs walking 2 and striking out 7 in getting win. Reese Johnson went the last two innings to get a save.
The Hoppers improved to 17-9 with the win and still hold a 1 ½ game lead on Fulton, who defeated
Tonight in the OVL: The Hoppers return home to face
Other OVL action has
Major League Baseball: Shin Soo Choo’s single in the bottom of the 11th inning gave the Cincinnati Reds a 3-2 win over
Other National League action saw
In addition to the Reds game today, the Cubs and Athletics play an afternoon game in
Minor League Baseball: The Nashville Sounds defeated Round Rock 10-1 in the series finale at Greer Stadium. The Sounds begin a four game series at
The Bowling Green Hot Rods split a doubleheader with
College Basketball: The Courier Journal reports
Smith was the leading scorer for last year’s national champions and is one of three starters returning for the Cardinals this season.
NBA: The Boston Celtics turn to the college ranks to replace outgoing coach Doc Rivers. In somewhat of a surprise,
Stevens has spent the last six seasons at
Stevens becomes the first college coach to coach the Celtics since Rick Pitino came there in 1997 and the first coach with no NBA coaching experience since the legendary Red Auerbach took over the Celtics in 1950.
NHL: The Nashville Predators have placed forward Sergei Kostitsyn on unconditional waivers. Kostitsyn’s agent tells the Tennessean his client will likely play in the Kontinental Hockey League next season. The 26-year-old Kostitsyn had three goals and 12 assists for the Predators last season.