Local Sports – September 12th

Local Sports

The bills are at the Panthers Sunday at 1.

The Jets are at the Raiders Sunday at 4.

The Giants host the Lions Monday AT 8:30.

Todd Frazier capitalized on Trevor Plouffe’s two-out error with a three-run homer in a five-run fourth inning that led the Yankees over the Tampa Bay Rays 5-1.

The Mets are at the Cubs tonight at 8.

SU Football
The Orange host Central Michigan Saturday at 3:30.

SUNY Cortland Football
Hosts Hartwick Saturday at 1.

Sports News
Tune in for High School Football! Groton is at Moravia Saturday at 1:30.

The Cleveland Indians shut out the Detroit Tigers last night for their 19th straight win. The Indians are just one win away from matching the Oakland A’s American League record 20-game streak and seven away from tying the all-time mark set by the 1916 New York Giants.

The Detroit Tigers say pitcher Michael Fulmer will undergo
elbow surgery today and is done for the season. The team says Fulmer won’t throw for three or four months, but should be ready for spring training.

The NFL has asked the judge who ruled in favor of Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott to stop the preliminary injunction that allowed him to play while his suspension case is in court. The league also filed a an appeal with the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans.

The Arizona Cardinals say running back David Johnson suffered a dislocated wrist in their season opener against Detroit and will probably require surgery. If a second opinion confirms the findings the team says Johnson could be out eight to 12 weeks.

The Houston Texans will reportedly start Deshaun Watson at quarterback for Thursday night’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals. Tom Savage started in Week 1, but was benched after losing two fumbles in the first half.

The Los Angeles Rams have signed defensive lineman Ethan Westbrooks to a one-year contract extension and Pro Bowl punter Johnny Hekker to a two-year extension through 2022.

Last night on ESPN, Beth Mowins became the first woman in 30 years to do play-by-play of an NFL game on television. Back in 1987, Gayle Sierens became the first woman ever to do play-by-play in an NFL game, although it was only a regionally televised Chiefs-Seahawks contest, whereas Mowins is the first woman to anchor a network telecast.

Tony Allen and the New Orleans Pelicans have agreed to a one-year, $2.3 million deal. Allen made the NBA All-Defensive Team for the sixth time in seven seasons last season with the Memphis Grizzlies.


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