Local Sports – June 13th

Local Sports

Didi Gregorius homered twice and the Yankees topped the Nats, 3-0. Game 2 today at 7. Bryce Harper left the game after he got hit by two different pitches.
The Mets fell to the Braves, 8-2. Game 2 today at 12:10.

Cortland Crush
Loaded the bases in the top of the 9th inning but couldn’t get anybody in as they fell to the Wellsville Nitros, 8-7. The Crush host the Syracuse Salt Cats tonight at 6 at Beaudry Park.

Binghamton Rumble Ponies
Fell to the Altoona Curve, 12-3. The Ponies host the curve today at 6:30.

Syracuse Chiefs
Fell to the Pawtucket Red Sox, 5-3. The Chiefs host Pawtucket tonight at 6:30.

Sports News
The Detroit Tigers say Miguel Cabrera is out for the season after rupturing his left biceps tendon yesterday during the team’s 6-4 loss to Minnesota. Cabrera came off the DL earlier this month after being out for close to a month with a hamstring strain.

Washington Nationals slugger Bryce Harper left yesterday’s game against the Yankees after twice being hit by pitches. Harper was hit on his right elbow in the fifth inning, but left after getting plonked on the left foot in the eighth.

The Toronto Raptors will hire assistant Nick Nurse as their new head coach. Details of the contract are being worked out for Nurse to replace presumptive NBA Coach of the Year Dwane Casey, who was fired last month.

After skipping all nine voluntary offseason workouts, Zack Martin is practicing with the Dallas Cowboys again. Martin and the Cowboys are reported to be close to a deal that’s expected to make him the highest-paid guard in the NFL.

The Oakland Raiders have waived quarterback Christian Hackenberg just three weeks after acquiring him. The Raiders gave up a conditional seventh-round pick to get Hackenberg.

The Los Angeles Rams have been ordered to pay former NFL running back Reggie Bush $12.45 million in damages for a knee injury he suffered when the team was still in St. Louis in 2015. Bush was with the 49ers when he ran out of bounds on a punt return and slipped on some concrete. The Rams were found to be negligent in stadium safety, but say they plan to appeal.

Ex-NFL player Greg Hardy was awarded a contract with the UFC following his professional MMA debut last night after knocking out Austen Lane just 57 seconds into their heavyweight bout. Hardy hasn’t played in the NFL since 2015, partly due to off-the-field legal issues involving domestic violence and drug possession.

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