Daily Sports Roundup: July 30

July 30, 2010

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Today in the Daily Sports Roundup: The Yankees begin a series against the Rays in Tampa Bay, while the Reds meet the Braves, and the Lions go up against the Eskimos.

Meeting up on the diamond . . .

On the American League schedule for Friday it’ll be Cleveland at Toronto, Detroit at Boston, Seattle at Minnesota, Baltimore at Kansas City, Oakland at the White Sox, Texas at the Angels, and the Yankees at Tampa Bay. New York will give the ball to Phil Hughes (12-3, 4.04 ERA) on Friday, while the Rays turn to Wade Davis (8-9, 4.32 ERA). Righthander Hughes got back into the win column last time out, holding the Royals to three runs on six hits over his 5 1-3 innings of work. New York is 8-2 in Hughes’ last 10 outings. Righthander Davis has won three straight starts, beating the Indians last time out (two runs in 6 1-3 innings). Tampa has won Davis’ last four outings.

Over in the National League on Friday it’s then Philadelphia at Washington, Arizona at the Mets, Milwaukee at Houston, Pittsburgh at St. Louis, the Cubs at Colorado, Florida at San Diego, the Dodgers at San Francisco, and Atlanta at Cincinnati. The Braves will go with Kris Medlen (6-2, 3.57 ERA) on Friday, while the Reds counter with Johnny Cueto (10-2, 3.18 ERA). Righthander Medlen took a no-decision against the Marlins in his last trip to the mound, allowing five runs on eight hits over six innings of work. Righthander Cueto blanked the Astros on four hits over eight innings in a win last time out, striking out six batters. Cueto is 4-0 with two no-decisions over his last six outings.

Rounding out the Roundup . . .

The lone Canadian Football League contest on the Friday schedule has British Columbia at Edmonton. The Lions (1-3 SU, 2-2 ATS) have lost three straight games, falling 24-20 on the road to Toronto in Week 4. The Eskimos (0-4 SU, 1-3 ATS) are still in search of their first win of the season; they were bounced 47-21 in Winnipeg last week. Oddsmakers have the winless Eskimos pegged as 1-point home favorites for Friday night’s West matchup, while the total for the contest has been listed at 53 points.

Finally, there are five games on the WNBA’s schedule for Friday, with Washington at Indiana, Los Angeles at New York, Atlanta at Connecticut, San Antonio at Tulsa, and Chicago at Seattle. The Sky (12-13 SU, 16-9 ATS) fell 78-74 on the road to Indiana last time out; Sylvia Fowles picked up 18 points for Chicago in that contest. The Storm (21-2 SU, 14-7-2 ATS) got past Phoenix 91-85 last time out for their 12th straight victory; Lauren Jackson poured in 33 points for Seattle that game, and Sue Bird had 16 points.


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