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The reason I am alive today in NOT because in my darkest days I held on to God. It's because in my darkest days God held on to me. It is HIS faithfulness that is great, not ours.

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K-Heart Sports - Friday - 06/14/19 - Morning Edition

The Souris Valley Sabre Dogs split a doubleheader against the Hub City Hotshots yesterday....

    MINOT, ND - The Souris Valley Sabre Dogs split a doubleheader against the Hub City Hotshots yesterday. The teams picked up Tuesday's game in the bottom of the third inning that was suspended by rain. Souris Valley won that game 10-7. In the second game the Hotshots put up 11 runs in the first two innings and led 11-0. They held on for a 12-8 victory. The Sabre Dogs win the series taking two out of three in Aberdeen, SD. The teams will move to Minot and play another three game series starting tonight at Corbett Field at 7:05 pm.


    MINOT, ND - A couple Legion baseball games yesterday.

American Legion Baseball
    Class A
            Beulah 7, Mandan A's 4
            Mandan A's 15, Beulah 5 (5)

    Class B
            Garrison 11, Minot 15's 1
            Garrison 5, Minot 15's 3



     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Nelson Cruz homered and had three RBIs and utility infielder Ehire Adrianza's hustle keyed a six-run sixth and the Minnesota Twins topped the Seattle Mariners 10-5 Thursday.
     Cruz, who played for the Mariners from 2015-18 before joining Minnesota as a free agent, homered in the third and added a two-run single in the sixth when Adrianza helped key the rally.
     Max Kepler led off with a walk. Adrianza then singled Kepler to third. Mariners right-hander Brandon Brennan, on in relief, threw wildly past first trying to pick off Adrianza.
     Kepler scored and Adrianza took second on the throwing error. Adrianza advanced on Brennan's wild pitch and scored on a ground ball by Jason Castro with the infield in, sliding headfirst to beat second baseman Dee Gordon's throw. Cruz and Kepler each drove in two runs with singles later in the inning.
     Four of the six runs in the inning were charged to Brennan (2-6), who faced seven batters in the three-game series without retiring any of them. Seattle lost for the 24th time in 33 games and is 16-41 since its 13-2 start.
     Cruz gave the Twins a 1-0 lead with his fifth home run in seven games, a line drive into the lower seats in left. That was the only run allowed in five innings by Mariners starter Yusei Kikuchi, a Japanese left-hander who lost his previous three starts.
     Twins starter Michael Pineda, facing the team that signed him out of the Dominican Republic in 2005, limited Seattle to two hits in 5 2/3 innings and left the game with two on and a 1-0 lead.
     Seattle's Daniel Vogelbach, coming off a career-high four-hit game on Wednesday, singled against Twins reliever Ryan Harper to tie it, the run charged to Pineda.
     Harper (2-0), a 30-year-old rookie who pitched into the seventh, was the beneficiary of the Twins' rally.
     C.J. Cron hit his 15th homer for the Twins, who lead the majors with 132. Jorge Polanco's single in the sixth-inning rally gave him a career-high 14-game hitting streak, the longest active streak in the majors.
     Seattle's Mallex Smith extended his hitting streak to 12 games with a single in the eighth, when the Mariners scored twice. The Mariners added two more runs in the ninth.
     Before the game, the Twins recalled right-handed reliever Francisco Romero from Triple-A Rochester and optioned Ryan Eades to the same club. Eades threw 35 pitches over 1 2/3 innings in Wednesday night's 10-inning loss.
     Twins: Reliever Taylor Rogers (stiff back) did not pitch for the third consecutive game but warmed up in the ninth.
     UP NEXT
     Twins: Kyle Gibson (6-3, 4.14 ERA) starts the opener of a three-game series with Kansas City. In his previous start, he gave up five runs in a loss at Detroit.


     OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) - This is turning out to be quite a year for first-time champions.

     The Toronto Raptors are celebrating the first NBA championship in their 24-season history after taking Game 6 of the finals, 114-110. It comes one day after the St. Louis Blues captured their first Stanley Cup and two months after Virginia claimed its first NCAA men's basketball title.

     But Golden State didn't go down without a fight. The Raptors led 108-102 with just over two minutes remaining and were ahead just 111-110 when Danny Green threw the ball away with 9.6 seconds left. But Stephen Curry missed a 3-point attempt before the Warriors received a technical for taking an excessive timeout. Series MVP Kawhi Leonard nailed the technical with 0.9 seconds to play and added two free throws to ice the victory.

     Pascal Siakam and Kyle Lowry scored 26 points apiece to lead Toronto. Fred VanVleet was 5 of 11 from 3-point range to finish with 22 points. Leonard's late free throws also gave him 22 points.

     Klay Thompson was high man for Golden State with 30 points before leaving the game for good in the third quarter with a knee injury. Andre Iguodala scored 22 points and Stephen Curry had 21 for the Warriors, who were trying to become the first team since the 2002 Lakers to win a third straight NBA title.



     PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (AP) - The winds were low and the scorers were lower during the first round of the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach.

     Justin Rose closed with three straight birdies to take the lead at 6 under in the third major of the year. Rose was two off the pace until his birdie run moved him one shot ahead of Rickie Fowler, Xander Schauffele, Aaron Wise and Louis Oosthuizen. Rose also eagled the par-5 sixth hole to make up for his lone bogey.

     For a course notorious for its strong winds, Pebble Beach was as gentle as could be on Thursday. Fowler carded six birdies and Schauffele made a 12-foot putt for eagle on the 18th hole to catch Fowler. Oosthuizen dropped one in from the bunker on his final hole a few minutes later to join them at 5-under 66 before Rose surged in front.

     Two-time defending champion Brooks Koepka is tied for 16th following a 2-under 69. Tiger Woods is at minus-1, Jordan Spieth and Phil Mickelson opened with 72s and Rory McIlroy is tied for eighth at 3 under after winning the Canadian Open last weekend.



     UNDATED (AP) - The Atlanta Braves continue to separate themselves from the rest of the NL East. The Braves put together a five-run fifth inning en route to their seventh consecutive victory, 6-5 over Pittsburgh. Josh Donaldson singled home the tiebreaking run in the fifth against Joe Musgrove, three days after Musgrove hit Donaldson with a pitch to spark a benches-clearing incident.

     Julio Teheran allowed one earned run and three hits over six innings to help the Braves move 1 1/2 games ahead of second-place Philadelphia in the division. The Pirates have dropped seven straight.

     In other baseball action:

     - Angels DH Shohei Ohtani has become the first Japanese player to hit for the cycle in the majors, doing it in a 5-3 victory over the Rays. Ohtani hit a three-run homer in the first inning, doubled in the third and tripled during the fifth before hitting a flare to right-center in the seventh. It's the eighth cycle in team history and the first since Mike Trout against the Mariners six years ago.

     - The White Sox pulled out a 5-4 win over the Yankees on Leury Garcia's tiebreaking, solo homer in the bottom of the seventh. Tim Anderson also connected and four relievers combined for 3 1/3 innings of three-hit ball in Chicago's fourth win in five games. Garcia and Anderson combined for four hits and five RBIs while hitting at the top of the order.

     - Nelson Cruz provided a solo homer and a two-run single as the Minnesota Twins doubled up the Seattle Mariners, 10-5. C.J. Cron hit his 15th homer for the Twins, who lead the majors with 132. Max Kepler drove in a pair for the Twins, who lead the AL Central by 11 games over Cleveland.

     - Xander Bogaerts hit a solo shot in the seventh inning to complete the Red Sox's rally from a five-run deficit in a 7-6 triumph over the Rangers. Boston scored its seven runs on home runs as Jackie Bradley Jr. belted a three-run blast before J.D. Martinez, Michael Chavis and Rafael Devers left the yard. Elvis Andrus drove in three runs on three singles for Texas.

     - Nicky Lopez hit his first major league homer in the stadium where he played college ball to help the Royals take a 7-3 decision over the Tigers at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Nebraska. The Creighton product was 8 for 61 in his previous 15 games and sat out Wednesday's contest in Kansas City before going 2 for 4 in the first big league game ever played in Nebraska. Homer Bailey allowed two hits in six shutout innings for the Royals.

     - Lourdes Gurriel Jr. homered to ignite a seven-run sixth inning as the Blue Jays smothered the Orioles, 12-3. Rookie Cavan Biggio went deep twice in his 15th big league contest. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and Danny Jansen had three hits and two RBIs apiece for Toronto, which scored 20 runs in the last two games of the series after tallying eight in dropping their previous five contests.

     - Cody Bellinger, Max Muncy and David Freese belted two-run homers to back Clayton Kershaw as the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the Chicago Cubs, 7-3. Bellinger also belted a solo shot in the seventh to help the NL West leaders drop the Cubs one game behind Milwaukee in the NL Central. Kershaw worked six innings but spotted Chicago a 3-0 lead after Kyle Schwarber and Kris Bryant hit leadoff homers.

     - Charlie Blackmon smacked a pair of solo homers and added a two-run triple to finish with four RBIs in the Rockies' 9-6 verdict over the Padres. Trevor Story added a two-run blast as Colorado won for the 11th time in its last 12 home games. Jon Gray struck out 10 and picked up the win despite yielding four runs and nine hits over six frames.

     - Zack Greinke took a no-hitter into the seventh inning of the Diamondbacks' seventh win in eight games, a 5-0 shutout of the Nationals. Greinke had faced the minimum when Trea Turner led off the seventh with a grounder between first and second. Alex Avila and Jarrod Dyson homered for Arizona.

     - The Mets and Cardinals were tied 4-4 after 8  1/2 innings before the game was suspended because of rain. Michael Conforto hit a two-run homer to help New York take a 4-2 lead into the ninth, but St. Louis tied it on RBI hits by Kolten Wong and Harrison Bader off closer Edwin Diaz with two out. Play will resume Friday evening before the Mets and Redbirds play their scheduled game.



     UNDATED (AP) - The Dodgers are spending some time without Corey Seager. The Dodgers have put the shortstop on the injured list with a strained left hamstring. Seager was injured during the ninth inning of Tuesday's loss to the Angels. The 25-year-old Seager is batting .278 with 21 doubles, eight homers and 38 RBIs for the NL West leaders this year.

     In other baseball news:

     - The Yankees have placed Kendrys Morales on the 10-day injured list with a left calf strain. Morales is the 20th player to go on the IL this year for New York, matching its total for the entire 2018 season. The first baseman/designated hitter had three hits in the Yankees' 12-5 victory over the Mets on Tuesday but did not play in the second half of the doubleheader.

     - The Phillies have acquired utilityman Brad Miller from the Yankees for cash. Miller hit .250 with one homer and four RBIs in 36 at-bats for the Indians this season and was batting .294 with 10 homers and 29 RBIs for The Yanks' Triple-A team at Scranton Wilkes-Barre.

     - Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado is in the lineup tonight after leaving Wednesday's game against the Cubs with a left forearm contusion. Arenado was batting in the bottom of the third when Chicago starter Cole Hamels hit him with a 90 mph fastball during Colorado's 10-1 loss at Wrigley Field.

     - The wife of former Red Sox star David Ortiz says he remains in guarded condition at a Boston hospital and "continues to heal and make progress." Six people have been detained in connection with Sunday's shooting of Ortiz in the Dominican Republic. Meanwhile, U.S. prosecutors say one suspect in the shooting is believed to be wanted in Pennsylvania for attempted homicide, while the father of another suspect said his son belongs to a notorious Dominican gang of drug-dealing hitmen.



     LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - Kentucky basketball coach John Calipari has signed a 10-year, $86 million contract extension through 2029. The package includes an option in the sixth year to step down and become a special assistant to the athletic director or university representative. The Hall of Fame coach is 305-71 at Kentucky and won the 2012 NCAA championship among four Final Four appearances. The 60-year-old Calipari and the Wildcats previously announced an agreement to a long-term deal in April.



     ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) - Pat Bowlen, the Denver Broncos owner who transformed the team from also-rans into NFL champions and helped the league usher in billion-dollar TV deals, has died. He was 75.
     In a statement on the team's website, Bowlen's family says he died late Thursday night at home surrounded by loved ones. The statement did not specify a cause of death. Bowlen had battled Alzheimer's for several years.
     Bowlen, elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame this year, was the first owner in NFL history to have his team win 300 games - including playoffs - in three decades. He had as many Super Bowl appearances (seven) as losing seasons, and the Broncos had a 354-240-1 record since he bought the team in 1984.
     Under his stewardship, the Broncos won Super Bowls in 1998, '99 and 2016.


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