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Morning Sports Report - June 9, 2017

By Clip Syndicate
The St. Louis Cardinals try to avoid being swept in a 4 game series by the Reds in Cincinnatti. And the Royals try to break out the brooms to sweep baseballs best team in Kansas City.

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The St. Louis Cardinals try to avoid being swept in a 4 game series by the Reds in Cincinnatti. And the Royals try to break out the brooms to sweep baseballs best team in Kansas City.
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12449/6952700?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Fri, 09 Jun 2017 10:29:00 +0000 Morning Sports Report - June 9, 2017 The St. Louis Cardinals try to avoid being swept in a 4 game series by the Reds in Cincinnatti. And the Royals try to break out the brooms to sweep baseballs best team in Kansas City. http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12449/6952700?cpt=8&wpid=2637 KOZL The St. Louis Cardinals try to avoid being swept in a 4 game series by the Reds in Cincinnatti. And the Royals try to break out the brooms to sweep baseballs best team in Kansas City. The St. Louis Cardinals wrapped up their long, dismal road trip Thursday afternoon in Cincinnati. The Reds handed St. Louis its seventh straight loss. That's the Cards' longest losing streak in four years. Cincinnati scored three runs in the fifth and went onto beat the Cardinals, 5-2. Joey Votto was four for four with a two run homer for the Reds. The Kansas City Royals lost to Houston 6-1 Thursday. Jose Altuve broke open the game with a two run homer in the ninth. And the Springfield Cardinals were shutout by Northwest Arkansas, 5-1. The Cards split their four game series. ------------- The Missouri State Bears are headed to Fort Worth for this weekend's NCAA super regional. And two Bears were honored Thurday by Baseball America. Missouri State third baseman Jake Burger was named first team All-America and shortstop Jeremy Eierman was put on the third team. Burger is the 20-17 Valley player of the year and is sixth in the country with his 22 home runs. The draft eligible junior is the third Bear to receive first team accolades joining Nick Petree and Matt Cepicky. The Bears open the super regional Saturday at 5:00 p.m. against Texas Christian University.





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