Tuesday Sports Minute: Tiger, Kershaw, Andy Dalton

By Jim McCoy Tue 5th August Sports
LOS ANGELES (AP) - A night after Detroit's Max Scherzer failed to become baseball's first 14-game winner of the season, Clayton Kershaw of the Dodgers will get his chance this evening. Kershaw and the Dodgers are playing host to local rivals the Angels in a game featuring two of the top teams in baseball. Kershaw by the way is 13-2 with a sterling earned run average of 1.71. WASHINGTON (AP) - Division leaders Washington and Baltimore met in Washington last night with the Orioles coming out on top 7-3. The O's put the game away with three runs in the seventh and two more in the eighth. CINCINNATI (AP) - Quarterback Andy Dalton has signed a big-money, six-year contract with the Cincinnati Bengals. The agreement comes after three straight years of passing for over 3,000 yards. Dalton led the Bengals to an 11-5 record and AFC North title in 2013. NEW YORK (AP) - It's the end of the line for New York Giants running back David Wilson. He is being forced to retire after just two NFL seasons because of a back injury. The Giants' first-round pick in the 2012 draft has been told by doctors that further play could lead to more serious problems. UNDATED (AP) - The agent for Tiger Woods said in an email Monday that it's too early for doctors to decide if the 14-time major champion can compete in the PGA Championship this week. Woods withdrew from the Bridgestone Invitational Sunday after having back spasms in his third tournament since returning from a three-month absence following back surgery in March.

Search

Focus Today

Focus Today

Video On Demand

Video On Demand

theDove News

theDove News

Sports

Patrick Doyle

Counselling

Patrick Doyle
(c) 2012 UCB USA Inc dba theDove