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MLB: Bruce, Reds cool off Lewis, Rangers with 8-2 interleague win

AP Sports Writer
ARLINGTON (AP) — Cincinnati already had a hit and walk in the first inning when Jay Bruce faced Colby Lewis in the Texas right-hander's first start since flirting with a perfect game.
The slugger's three-run homer put the Reds ahead to stay. Zack Cozart homered along with a two-run triple and the Reds beat the Rangers 8-2 on Tuesday night, snapping Texas' season-best winning streak at seven games and ending the best start of Lewis' career at six straight wins.

MLB: Astros beat Angels 3-2 on Correa's single in ninth

HOUSTON (AP) — Carlos Correa relishes the chance to be at the plate with the game on the line.
For the third time this season, Correa came through in the clutch.
The shortstop hit a two-run single to right-center field with no outs in the ninth inning and the Houston Astros rallied for a 3-2 victory over the Los Angeles Angels on Tuesday night.

MLB: Rangers land Kyle Kubitza in trade, option former Texas State player to Triple A Round Rock

ARLINGTON (AP) — The Texas Rangers have acquired infielder Kyle Kubitza from the Los Angeles Angels for cash considerations.
After making the deal Tuesday, the Rangers optioned Kubitza to Triple-A Round Rock.
Kubitza was drafted in the third round of the 2011 amateur draft by the Atlanta Braves, who traded him to the Angels in January 2015. He made his major league debut last season. He played in 19 games for the Angels — at second base, third base and left field.

America's First Baseman needs votes, two former Bobcats ascend to top of minor leagues

Sports Editor
America’s First Baseman needs some support.
A lot of it actually.
As of the latest figures, which were released on June 15 by the MLB Communications Office, Paul Goldschmidt is third in fan voting for next month’s All-Star Game behind the Chicago Cubs’ Anthony Rizzo (1,748,850) and San Francisco Giants’ Brandon Belt (584,533).

College Football: Georgetown wide receiver Beau Corrales bound for Texas State in 2017

Sports Editor
Texas State filled a position of need, although Everett Withers and company will have to wait until next season to see the fruits of their labor.
On Monday, Georgetown wide receiver Beau Corrales offered his verbal commitment to the Bobcats. He announced his decision on Twitter, writing “Thank you so much to all the schools that have shown interest in me and recruited me, but after a lot of thought, talk and prayer, I have decided to verbally commit to Texas State.”


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