The Dodgers roughed up the Atlanta Braves’ pitching staff for the first time this postseason – and it happened historically. Starter Kyle Wright failed to get out of the first inning in Game 3 of the NLCS, allowing seven runs to the Los Angeles Dodgers in only two-thirds of an inning before being removed. By the time the frame ended with left-hander Grant Dayton on the mound, the Dodgers had scored 11 runs, the most in any one inning in postseason history. Every L.A. hitter reached base once during the historical frame, and all nine scored at least one run. LA won the game 15-3 but trailed the series 2
The Houston Astros live to see another day. After losing three straight games to the Tampa Bay Rays to kick off the American League Championship Series, the Astros bounced back with a Game 4 victory, beating the AL’s top seed 4-3 to avoid the sweep.
Alabama announced Wednesday that head coach Nick Saban and athletic director Greg Byrne tested positive for COVID-19. Saban said he currently has no virus symptoms. Offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian will oversee preparations ahead of the team’s high-profile matchup with Georgia on Saturday.
They postponed Saturday’s contest between Florida and LSU due to a growing number of positive tests for COVID-19 within the Gators program, the SEC announced Wednesday. It’s believed the Gators’ outbreak may have started last weekend during Florida’s trip to play Texas A&M.
This Friday night on 101.9 KBUS, the Paris Wildcats will host Terrell. Pregame with Steven Johnston and Robert High is 7:00 pm.
On Mix 107.7, the North Lamar Panthers will be on the road to face the defending state champions. Pregame from pleasant grove begins at 7:00 pm.