Thursday Sports Update – Astros Shut Out Mariners

(Seattle, WA) — Zack Greinke lost his no-hitter in the ninth inning in the Astros’ 3-0 shutout of the Mariners in Seattle. Austin Nola singled with one out in the ninth to spoil Greinke’s no-hit bid. After Greinke gave up another hit, he was removed after 108 pitches. Will Harris closed it out for his third save. The Astros picked up their franchise-best 104th win. Kyle Tucker homered, while Alex Bregman and Yordan Alvarez contributed RBI-doubles.

Miley Will Start Tonight For Astros

(Anaheim, CA) — Wade Miley will start tonight for the Astros in the series opener against the Angels in Anaheim. The left-hander has failed to record three outs in four of his September starts, putting his rotation slot for the postseason in jeopardy.

Red Sox Knock Out Rangers

(Arlington, TX) — Mitch Moreland had four hits, including a two-run homer, as the Red Sox routed the Rangers 10-3 at Texas. Rougned Odor doubled home two runs in a three-run first. Kolby Allard absorbed the loss, allowing five runs in three innings. Texas is 1-and-9 in its last 10.

Rangers Playing Final Four At Globe Life Park

(Arlington, TX) — The Rangers are home this afternoon as they are down to their final four games at Globe Life Park, which opened in 1994. The Rangers will move into a new stadium next season. Mike Minor will start the series finale for Texas against the Red Sox, who will counter with Blake Johnson. The Rangers are 42-and-35 at home.

MLB National League
Arizona Diamondbacks 9, St. Louis Cardinals 7
Milwaukee Brewers 9, Cincinnati Reds 2
Pittsburgh Pirates 4, Chicago Cubs 2
Washington Nationals 5, Philadelphia Phillies 2
New York Mets 10, Miami Marlins 3
San Francisco Giants 2, Colorado Rockies 1
Los Angeles Dodgers 6, San Diego Padres 4

MLB American League
Minnesota Twins 5, Detroit Tigers 1
Toronto Blue Jays 3, Baltimore Orioles 2
Tampa Bay Rays 4, New York Yankees 0
Boston Red Sox 10, Texas Rangers 3
Chicago White Sox 8, Cleveland Indians 3
Oakland Athletics 3, Los Angeles Angels 2
Houston Astros 3, Seattle Mariners 0

MLB Interleague
Atlanta Braves 10, Kansas City Royals 2

Cowboys Going On Road Sunday

(Frisco, TX) — The Cowboys will be back on the practice field today as they continue to prepare for a Sunday night game with the Saints in New Orleans. Dallas wide receiver Amari Cooper underwent a precautionary MRI of his right ankle injury and it checked out OK. The team anticipates he will play Sunday. Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott is 22-for-22 for 384 yards and three touchdowns in the third quarter in the first three games, all wins. The Saints are 2-and-1. Join us this evening at six for the Dallas Cowboys Huddle live at Teddy Jack’s – 5080 S. Coulter. Teddy Jack’s will have a great menu and happy hour prices until 7. We will sign you up to win a $25 Teddy Jack’s gift card.

Texans Will Host Panthers Sunday

(Houston, TX) — The Texans are back on the practice field preparing for Sunday’s matchup with Carolina in Houston. Houston placed veteran offensive guard Senio Kelemete on injured reserve and promoted linebacker Tyrell Adams from the practice squad to the active roster. Laremy Tunsil was limited in practice with toe and ankle injuries. The Texans are 2-and-1, while Carolina is 1-and-2.

Packers Host Eagles On Thursday Night Football

(Green Bay, WI) — NFL Week Four kicks off tonight at Lambeau Field as the Packers host the Eagles. Green Bay is 3-and-0 and led by the second-best scoring defense in the NFL, while Aaron Rodgers has just four TD passes through three games. Philadelphia looks to get back on track after back-to-back losses. The 1-and-2 Eagles have lost five of their last six to the Packers.

Stars Cut Five, Face Wild Tonight

(Dallas, TX) — The Stars trimmed five from their roster, reducing it to 29, which is six over the NHL limit. The Stars will host the Minnesota Wild tonight in a preseason game. They will conclude their exhibition games on Saturday, hosting the Colorado Avalanche. The Stars will open the NHL season a week from today against the Bruins in Dallas.

Mavs To Open Training Camp Next Week

(Dallas, TX) — The Mavericks will open training camp Tuesday at the Lympo Practice Facility. The training camp will conclude on October 6th with an open practice free to the public at American Airlines Center. Dallas will tip off off its preseason schedule on October 8th against the Oklahoma City Thunder in Tulsa.

FC Dallas On Road Sunday

(Frisco, TX) — FC Dallas will play Sunday at the Colorado Rapids. Dallas is 3-10-and-3 on the road and has 45 points, one more than Portland and San Jose and two behind Real Salt Lake in a dogfight for the final MLS West playoff spots and seedings.

College Football Roundup

(Undated) — In college football Saturday, Texas Tech will take on Oklahoma, SMU will play at South Florida as the Mustangs will try to go 5-and-0 for the first time since 1983, TCU will host Kansas in Big 12 play, Baylor and Iowa State will meet in Waco, number-21 Texas A&M will travel to Arkansas and North Texas will entertain Houston. Number-12 Texas is off. The West Texas A&M Buffs will be playing Western New Mexico in Canyon