The Cortland Crush split a doubleheader with Oneonta last night at Greg's Field. The Outlaws won the first game 4-2. Wes Burghart and Zephan Kash (Homer) drove in the runs for Cortland, The Crush took the second game by a 5-0 score. Brian Hughes (Cortland) and Geffery Seto drove in two runs each and Greg Jesek threw 6 scoreless innings for Cortland. The Crush play their next six games on the road, starting with the Syracuse Junior Chiefs today.
The Syracuse Chiefs are tied with Indianapolis for the best record in the International League (43-30) after a 9-3 rout at Norfolk yesterday. The Chiefs move onto Durham tonight. The Bulls have the same number of wins as the Chief, but also have two more losses.
Elsewhere in Minor League Baseball, the B-Mets shut out Richmond 6-0 last night, and are on the road at Bowie tonight. Meanwhile, Auburn spilt a doubleheader at Mahoning Valley last night, with the hosts taking game 1 by a 3-0 score, and the Doubledays winning 2-0 in the nightcap. Auburn is home to Williamsport tonight.
The Yankees beat the Blue Jays 6-4 last night, and will host Baltimore tonight. The Mets shut out the Marlins 1-0 last night, with Game 2 of the series in Miami tonight.
The Syracuse Men's Basketball team led the nation in attendance last season, with an average of 26, 253 per home game. The Orange last led the country in attendance in 2004-2005.
Former Quarterback Jim Kelly surprised his former team and shoed up at the Bills' mini camp yesterday to address the squad. Kelly continues to recover from sinus cancer.
Meanwhile, bidding on the Bills has officially begun, with the Wilson family sending paperwork to those who expressed interest. Those people include Donald Trump and Sabres owner Tom Galassano.
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