Sports Update, Tuesday, Aug. 6 – MLB Playoff Schedule Announced

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TUESDAY, AUGUST 6, 2019

After a 4-5 road trip, the San Francisco Giants returned to Oracle Park on Monday night to open a crucial homestand against the Nationals and the Phillies, two of the teams they’re chasing in the National League Wild Card race.

It didn’t begin on the best note.

The Giants fell flat in a 4-0 shutout loss against the Nationals to slip below .500 for the first time since July 20.

While a scorching 17-3 stretch thrust the Giants into contention, they’ve begun to lose steam at a pivotal stretch of their schedule, dropping seven of their last 11 games to fall to 56-57 and 3 1/2 games out of the NL Wild Card picture.

Kayvon Thibodeaux has every intention of winning the starting defensive end job for the Oregon Ducks but regardless of whether he beats senior Gus Cumberlander, the heralded freshman has extremely high expectations.

Thibodeaux, a five-star recruit and one of the top-ranked prospects in the 2019 class, is aiming for a statistical mark that no freshman in a Power 5 conference has reached since 2014.   Ten sacks.

The last freshmen in a Power 5 conference to record at least 10 sacks were Myles Garrett (11.5) and Derek Barnett (10) at Texas A&M and Tennessee, respectively, in 2014. Both averaged more than 10 sacks during their three-year college careers and were first-round draft picks.

The Medford Mustangs continue their magical season tomorrow as they begin play in the American Legion Northwest Regional tournament. 

Here are the first round matchups/  The tournament is being held in Lewiston, Idaho.

Game 1: Juneau (Alaska) vs. Medford (Ore.), 10 a.m.
Game 2: Bozeman vs. Bellevue (Wash.), 1 p.m.
Game 3: Casper (Wyo.) vs. Idaho Falls, 4:30 p.m.
Game 4: Kennewick (Wash.) vs. Lewiston (Idaho), 7:30 p.m.

The National League will kick off the 2019 MLB postseason. The wild-card game will be played Oct. 1. The American League wild-card game will take place the following day.

MLB Scores (from Monday, August 5)

Philadelphia Phillies7Final
Arizona Diamondbacks3
WVince Velasquez (4-6)
LMerrill Kelly (7-12)
New York Yankees9Final
Baltimore Orioles6
WAdam Ottavino (5-3)
LPaul Fry (1-4)
SAroldis Chapman (30)
Kansas City Royals5Final
Boston Red Sox7
WRick Porcello (10-8)
LMike Montgomery (1-5)
SBrandon Workman (6)
Oakland Athletics5Final
Chicago Cubs6
WRowan Wick (2-0)
LBlake Treinen (6-4)
SDavid Phelps (1)
Los Angeles Angels4Final
Cincinnati Reds7
WLuis Castillo (11-4)
LTaylor Cole (1-3)
SRaisel Iglesias (22)
Texas Rangers1Final
Cleveland Indians0
WMike Minor (10-6)
LAaron Civale (1-1)
SJose Leclerc (7)
Chicago White Sox7Final
Detroit Tigers4
WLucas Giolito (12-5)
LGregory Soto (0-5)
St. Louis Cardinals0Final
Los Angeles Dodgers8
WTony Gonsolin (1-1)
LMichael Wacha (6-5)
Atlanta Braves3Final
Minnesota Twins5
WTrevor May (5-3)
LChris Martin (0-3)
Miami Marlins2Final
New York Mets6
WJacob deGrom (7-7)
LRobert Dugger (0-1)
Miami Marlins4Final
New York Mets5
WJeurys Familia (3-1)
LJeff Brigham (1-1)
SSeth Lugo (2)
Milwaukee Brewers9Final
Pittsburgh Pirates7
WJordan Lyles (7-7)
LDario Agrazal (2-3)
SJosh Hader (25)
Washington Nationals4Final
San Francisco Giants0
WErick Fedde (2-2)
LJeff Samardzija (8-9)
Toronto Blue Jays2Final
Tampa Bay Rays0
WJacob Waguespack (3-1)
LCharlie Morton (12-4)
SDerek Law (2)

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