Wednesday Sports Update – Rangers Lose Slugfest To Red Sox

(Arlington, TX) — J.D. Martinez drove in three runs as the Red Sox outslugged the Rangers 12-10 in Arlington. Rougned Odor homered and drive in three Texas runs. Elvis Andrus had three hits, two RBI and scored two runs in defeat, while Scott Heineman drove in three runs. Texas dropped to 75-and-82 to assure itself of a losing season.

Rangers Playing Final Games At Globe Life Park

(Arlington, TX) — The Rangers are home tonight as they play their final five games at Globe Life Park, which opened in 1994. The Rangers will move into a new stadium next season. Rookie Kolby Allard will start tonight for Texas against the Red Sox. Boston will counter with Rick Porcello. The Rangers are 42-and-34 at home.on. Our pregame coverage begins at 6:30 on 710AM and 97.5FM KGNC.

Cole, Astros Shut Down Seattle

(Seattle, WA) — Gerrit Cole struck out 14 and allowed two hits over seven innings as the Astros shut down the Mariners 3-0 in Seattle. Cole hiked his strikeout total to 316, passing J.R. Richard for the Astros’ single-season high. He is 15-and-0 since a May 22nd loss. Alex Bregman clubbed his 40th home run for Houston, which won its major league-leading 103rd game.

Greinke Will Start Tonight For Astros

(Seattle, WA) — Zack Greinke will make his final Astros’ regular season start tonight in Seattle. He is 7-and-1 with a 3.48 ERA since being acquired in a trade with the Diamondbacks and has pitched more than 200 innings for the ninth time.

MLB National League
Washington Nationals 4, Philadelphia Phillies 1 (G1)
Milwaukee Brewers 4, Cincinnati Reds 2
Washington Nationals 6, Philadelphia Phillies 5 (G2)
Pittsburgh Pirates 9, Chicago Cubs 2
New York Mets 5, Miami Marlins 4 (11 INN)
Arizona Diamondbacks 3, St. Louis Cardinals 2 (19 INN)
Colorado Rockies 8, San Francisco Giants 5 (16 INN)
Los Angeles Dodgers 6, San Diego Padres 3

MLB American League
Minnesota Twins 4, Detroit Tigers 2
Baltimore Orioles 11, Toronto Blue Jays 4
Tampa Bay Rays 2, New York Yankees 1 (12 INN)
Boston Red Sox 12, Texas Rangers 10
Cleveland Indians 11, Chicago White Sox 0
Los Angeles Angels 3, Oakland Athletics 2
Houston Astros 3, Seattle Mariners 0

MLB Interleague
Kansas City Royals 9, Atlanta Braves 6

Cowboys Going On Road Sunday

(Frisco, TX) — The Cowboys will return to the practice field today to begin final preparations for a Sunday night game with the Saints in New Orleans. The 3-and-0 Cowboys are coming off a 31-6 triumph over the Dolphins to improve to 3-and-0. The Saints are 2-and-1 after beating the Seahawks 33-27 in Seattle with Terry Bridgewater throwing two touchdown passes while filling in for the injured Drew Brees. Join us tomorrow evening at six for the Cowboys Huddle in Teddy Jack’s Armadillo Grill at 5080 S. Coulter. Come sign up to win a Teddy Jack’s $25 gift certificate.

Texans Will Host Panthers Sunday

(Houston, TX) — The Texans will be back on the practice field today to prepare for Sunday’s matchup with Carolina in Houston. The Panthers have ruled out quarterback Cam Newton for a second straight week with a foot injury. Kyle Allen, who guided Carolina to a victory on Sunday at Arizona, will start against the Texans. Houston is 2-and-1 after Deshaun Watson threw for 351 yards and three touchdowns to beat the Chargers 27-20 Sunday on the road.

>>Stars Defeat Blues On Road

(St. Louis, MO) — The Stars beat the Blues 2-1 in a preseason game in St. Louis. Jason Dickinson and John Klingberg scored the Dallas goals. The Stars will face the Wild tomorrow night in Dallas. The Stars will open the NHL season on October 3rd against the Bruins in Dallas.

Mavs To Open Training Camp Next Week

(Dallas, TX) — The Mavericks will open training camp this coming 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 tipoff off its preseason schedule on October 8th against the Oklahoma City Thunder in Tulsa.

College Football Roundup

(Undated) — In college football Saturday, Texas Tech will face number-6 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. The number-12 Texas Longhorns are off. The West Texas A&M Buffs host Western New Mexico.