Daily Sports Roundup: September 14

September 14, 2010

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Today in the Daily Sports Roundup: The Twins begin a series in Chicago, while the Padres battle with the Rockies, and the WNBA Finals continue with Game 2 in Seattle.

Meeting up on the diamond . . .

The American League schedule for Tuesday offers up Toronto at Baltimore, the Angels at Cleveland, the Yankees at Tampa Bay, Detroit at Texas, Oakland at Kansas City, Boston at Seattle, and Minnesota at the White Sox. Francisco Liriano (13-7, 3.24 ERA) is slated to take on John Danks (13-10, 3.54 ERA) in that Twins/ChiSox matchup. Lefthander Liriano beat the Royals in his last trip to the mound, giving up just two runs on seven hits over his seven innings of work. Minnesota is 9-1 in Liriano’s last 10 starts. Lefthander Danks was beaten by the Tigers last time out, surrendering five runs (two earned) on eight hits over six innings. Chicago has won two of Danks’ last eight outings.

Over in the National League on Tuesday it’s then Philadelphia at Florida, Pittsburgh at the Mets, Arizona at Cincinnati, Washington at Atlanta, Milwaukee at Houston, the Cubs at St. Louis, the Dodgers at San Francisco, and San Diego at Colorado. The Padres are expected to send Jon Garland (13-11, 3.52 ERA) to the mound in that last matchup, while the Rockies counter with Jason Hammel (10-7, 4.34 ERA). Righthander Garland lost his third straight start last time out against the Giants, giving up six runs on eight hits over his five innings of work. Righthander Hammel settled for a no-decision against the Reds in his most recent start, allowing five runs on eight hits through seven innings.

Rounding out the Roundup . . .

Finally, the 2010 WNBA Finals continue on Tuesday night with Atlanta at Seattle in Game 2 of the best-of-five series. Seattle won the opener at home on Sunday afternoon, getting 26 points from Lauren Jackson in the slim 79-77 victory. Camille Little added 18 points and 11 rebounds for the Storm in that win, while Sue Bird was good for 14 points. Angel McCoughtry and Iziane Castro Marques had 19 points each for Atlanta.


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