Local Sports – September 13th

Local Sports

NFL
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.

MLB
The Yankees fell to the Rays 2 – 1. The Yankees are at the Rays today at 1:10.

The Cubs beat the Mets 8 – 3. The Mets are at the Cubs at 8:05 tonight.

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 notched their 20th straight win last night with a 2-0 win over Detroit. The win ties the Indians with the 2002 Oakland A’s for the longest streak in AL history.

Major League Baseball released its 2018 schedule yesterday. The schedule will feature the earliest Opening Day ever on Thursday, March 29th and, for the first time since 1968, every team will open on the same day.

The Oakland A’s will commemorate the 50th anniversary of their first game at the Coliseum next April 17th by letting everyone in for free for their game against the White Sox.

After assessing the effects of Hurricane Irma, the NFL says the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Jacksonville Jaguars will host their scheduled games this weekend.

The Arizona Cardinals have signed veteran Chris Johnson to replace injured running back David Johnson. The signing comes less than two weeks after the team released Johnson.

The Los Angeles Lakers will retire Kobe Bryant’s jersey on December 18th before their game against the Golden State Warriors. Kobe will be the first player in team history to have two jersey numbers retired as both his #8 and #24 will be raised.

Danica Patrick has announced that she won’t be returning to Stewart-Haas Racing next season. Sponsorship issues and lack of on track success are to blame and it could mean the end of Danica’s NASCAR career.

Richard Petty Motorsports has announced that both sponsor Smithfield Foods and driver Aric Almirola are leaving the team after this season. Smithfield will move to Stewart-Haas Racing while Almirola’s future is uncertain.

Jon Jones has failed his B sample drug test that was taken after the weight in for his UFC 214 bout against Daniel Cormier. Jones won the fight, but sources say it’s likely he’ll be suspended, possibly for four years, and could be fined as well.

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