Friday Morning Sports For June 30th

Posted on Friday, June 30, 2017 06:10 AM

In the Majors, After falling behind 3-0, the Boston Red Sox rallied behind David Price for a 6-3 win over Minnesota. Mookie Betts and Hanley Ramirez hit solo home runs for Boston.....The New York Yankees lost to the Chicago White Sox 4-3. Former Blue Jay Melky Cabrera robbed Aaron Judge of a home run and Yankees outfielder Dustin Fowler, in his very first game, injured the tendon in his right knee while attempting to catch a foul ball and will have to be operated on.....Ubaldo Jimenez allowed just two hits over eight innings as Baltimore shut out the Toronto Blue Jays 2-0.

In other play, it was the Chicago Cubs 5 Washington 4 in a ninth inning rally......Cleveland 5 Texas 1....Detroit 7 Kansas City 3.....Houston 6 Oakland 1....St. Louis 10 Arizona 4.....Pittsburgh 4 Tampa Bay 0....Milwaukee 11 Cincinnati 3....NY Mets 6 Miami 3....San Diego 6 Atlanta 0 and the Los Angeles Dodgers 6 Los Angeles Angels 2.

The man who threw a beer can at a Baltimore Orioles outfielder in Toronto during a playoff game against the Blue Jays at the Rogers Centre has been sentenced to 200 hours of community service and ordered to stay away from major league ballparks for one year. Ken Pagan, who lost his job as a copy editor after the incident, apologized in court for doing such a stupid thing.

In New Brunswick Senior Baseball, the Saint John Alpines, behind the pitching of Dan Taylor, shut out the Fredericton Royals 2-0. Kevin DeSaulniers knocked in both runs with a single in the 4th inning. The Alpines play in Fredericton on Monday.

The Saint John Sea Dogs have set a record with 97 per cent of their season ticket holders renewing for next season.

Former Edmonton Oilers enforcer Dave Semenko who was known for being Wayne Gretzky's protection has died of cancer at the age of 59.