Sunday, September 25
CLEVELAND (AP) — The Cleveland Indians blew some early scoring chances against Jose Quintana and lost 8-1 to the Chicago White Sox Saturday night, keeping them from getting closer to an AL Central title. The Indians' magic number dropped to two after Detroit lost earlier to Kansas City.
MILWAUKEE (AP) — Dan Straily pitched into the seventh inning and Joey Votto hit a two-run homer to lift the Cincinnati Reds to a 6-1 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers Saturday night. Continuing his dominance of the Brewers this season, Straily allowed just one run on five hits with five strikeouts over 6 2/3 innings at Miller Park.
CLEVELAND (AP) — Ravaged by injures, the Browns signed kicker Cody Parkey after Patrick Murray injured his knee in practice. The Browns have been struck by major injuries at a disturbing rate, losing six starters before the season's third game. Parkey, who previously kicked for Philadelphia, will make his debut for Cleveland on Sunday at Miami.
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) — Jalen Hurts ran and passed for a touchdown and tailback sub Joshua Jacobs scored his first two career touchdowns in Number 1 Alabama's 48-0 win Saturday over Kent State. The Crimson Tide dominated coach Nick Saban's alma mater from the start in Tuscaloosa while scoring on a kickoff return and even a short touchdown throw to freshman linebacker Mack Wilson.
CINCINNATI (AP) — Tion Green ran for 83 yards and a late touchdown on Saturday, rallying Cincinnati to a 27-20 victory over Miami of Ohio, its 11th in a row over the regional rival. Miami of Ohio hasn't won at Nippert Stadium since 2002, losing six in a row at Cincinnati.
CINCINNATI (AP) — More than 150 swimmers are expected to try to make it across the Ohio River to Kentucky and back this weekend. The 9th annual Great Ohio River Swim begins Sunday morning at Cincinnati's Serpentine Wall. The 900-yard swim goes to the Kentucky side and returns to Ohio at the Cincinnati public landing finish.