Thursday State Sports Summary
Thu, 15 Apr 2021 05:55:30 EDT


JEIMER (JAY-MERR) CANDELARIO’S (CAN-DELL-ARE-REE-OH'S) TWO-RUN
SINGLE IN THE TOP OF THE FOURTH INNING TURNS OUT TO BE THE GAME WINNING HIT FOR THE TIGERS……..AS THEY DEFEAT THE ASTROS, 6 TO 4,
LAST NIGHT………COMPLETING THE SWEEP OF THAT THREE-GAME SERIES IN
HOUSTON. MICHAEL FULMER EARNS THE WIN - HIS FIRST SINCE JUNE 14th
OF 2018………AS HE LIMITED THE ASTROS TO TWO RUNS AND THREE HITS
OVER FIVE INNINGS………..


THE WHITE SOX’S CARLOS RODON (ROW-DON) MAKES BASEBALL HISTORY
LAST NIGHT……….AS HE THROWS HIS FIRST CAREER NO-HITTER IN
CHICAGO’S 8 - NOTHING VICTORY OVER CLEVELAND. THAT'S THE SECOND
NO-HITTER IN BASEBALL THIS SEASON, FOLLOWING THE SAN DIEGO PADRES'
JOE MUSGROVE'S EFFORT JUST FIVE DAYS AGO.......


REGGIE JACKSON’S BASKET WITH JUST 2-POINT-8 SECONDS LEFT IN THE
GAME WOULD GIVE THE LOS ANGELES CLIPPERS A 100 TO 98 WIN OVER THE
PISTONS AT LITTLE CAESARS’ ARENA. JACKSON - THE FORMER PISTON -
ALSO LED THE CLIPPERS’ OFFENSIVE ATTACK WITH 29 POINTS………


AFTER A TWO-DAY BREAK IN THE SCHEDULE, THE RED WINGS RETURN TO
THE ICE TONIGHT……..WITH A GAME AGAINST THE CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS.
FACE-OFF IS AT 7:30. TONIGHT'S CONTEST WILL MARK THE WINGS' DEBUT OF
JAKUB (YAH-KUB) VRANA (VUH-RON-NAH) AND RICHARD PANIK (PANIC)……
WHO WERE ACQUIRED FROM THE WASHINGTON CAPITALS EARLIER THIS
WEEK IN THE TRADE FOR ANTHONY MANTHA.....


PLAYERS FOR THE LIONS AND THE NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS CONFIRM IN
SEPARATE STATEMENTS YESTERDAY THAT THEY WON’T ATTEND IN-PERSON
VOLUNTARY WORKOUTS THIS SPRING………CITING THE PLAYERS’ UNION
CONCERNS ABOUT THE NFL’S CURRENT PROTOCOLS CONCERNING
COVID-19. DESPITE THAT, NFL OFFICIALS - IN A MEMO ISSUED YESTERDAY -
STILL PLANS ON TEAMS HAVING ON-THE-FIELD, OFF-SEASON WORKOUTS
BEGINNING ON MAY 24th…





   

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