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October 13, 2015 07:10 GMT

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(Best-of-5; x-if necessary)(equals)

American League(equals)

Houston 2, Kansas City 2(equals)

Thursday, Oct. 8: Houston 5, Kansas City 2

Friday, Oct. 9: Kansas City 5, Houston 4

Sunday, Oct. 11: Houston 4, Kansas City 2

Monday, Oct. 12: Kansas City 9, Houston 6

Wednesday, Oct. 14: Houston (McHugh 19-7) at Kansas City (Cueto 11-13), 8:07 p.m. (FS1)

Texas 2, Toronto 2(equals)

Thursday, Oct. 8: Texas 5, Toronto 3

Friday, Oct. 9: Texas 6, Toronto 4, 14 innings

Sunday, Oct. 11: Toronto 5, Texas 1

Monday, Oct. 12: Toronto 8, Texas 4

Wednesday, Oct. 14: Texas (Hamels 7-1) at Toronto (Stroman 4-0), 4:07 p.m. (FS1)

National League(equals)

All games televised by TBS(equals)

Chicago 2, St. Louis 1(equals)

Friday, Oct. 9: St. Louis 4, Chicago 0

Saturday, Oct. 10: Chicago 6, St. Louis 3

Monday, Oct. 12: Chicago 8, St. Louis 6

Tuesday, Oct. 13: St. Louis (Lynn 12-11) at Chicago (Hammel 10-7), 4:37 p.m.

x-Thursday, Oct. 15: Chicago at St. Louis, 4:37 p.m.

New York 2, Los Angeles 1(equals)

Friday, Oct. 9: New York 3, Los Angeles 1

Saturday, Oct. 10: Los Angeles 5, New York 2

Monday, Oct. 12: New York 13, Los Angeles 7

Tuesday, Oct. 13: Los Angeles (Kershaw 16-7) at New York (Matz 4-0), 8:07 p.m.

x-Thursday, Oct. 15: New York at Los Angeles, 8:07 p.m.


(Best-of-7; x-if necessary)(equals)

American League(equals)

Friday, Oct. 16: Texas-Toronto winner at Kansas City or Houston at Texas-Toronto winner (FOX or FS1)

Saturday, Oct. 17: Texas-Toronto winner at Kansas City or Houston at Texas-Toronto winner (FOX or FS1)

Monday, Oct. 19: Kansas City at Texas-Toronto winner or Texas-Toronto winner at Houston (FOX or FS1)

Tuesday, Oct. 20: Kansas City at Texas-Toronto winner or Texas-Toronto winner at Houston (FOX or FS1)

x-Wednesday, Oct. 21: Kansas City at Texas-Toronto winner or Texas-Toronto winner at Houston (FOX or FS1)

x-Friday, Oct. 23: Texas-Toronto winner at Kansas City or Houston at Texas-Toronto winner (FOX or FS1)

x-Saturday, Oct. 24: Texas-Toronto winner at Kansas City or Houston at Texas-Toronto winner (FOX or FS1)

National League(equals)

All games televised by TBS(equals)

Saturday, Oct. 17: Los Angeles-New York winner at St. Louis or Chicago at Los Angeles-New York winner

Sunday, Oct. 18: Los Angeles-New York winner at St. Louis or Chicago at Los Angeles-New York winner

Tuesday, Oct. 20: St. Louis at Los Angeles-New York winner or Los Angeles-New York winner at Chicago

Wednesday, Oct. 21: St. Louis at Los Angeles-New York winner or Los Angeles-New York winner at Chicago

x-Thursday, Oct. 22: St. Louis at Los Angeles-New York winner or Los Angeles-New York winner at Chicago

x-Saturday, Oct. 24: Los Angeles-New York winner at St. Louis or Chicago at Los Angeles-New York winner

x-Sunday, Oct. 25: Los Angeles-New York winner at St. Louis or Chicago at Los Angeles-New York winner



All games televised by Fox(equals)

Tuesday, Oct. 27: at American

Wednesday, Oct. 28: at AL

Friday, Oct. 30: at National League

Saturday, Oct. 31: at NL

x-Sunday, Nov. 1: at NL

x-Tuesday, Nov. 3: at AL

x-Wednesday, Nov. 4: at AL


Thursday's Game(equals)

Indianapolis 27, Houston 20

Sunday's Games(equals)

Chicago 18, Kansas City 17

Green Bay 24, St. Louis 10

Buffalo 14, Tennessee 13

Cincinnati 27, Seattle 24, OT

Atlanta 25, Washington 19, OT

Tampa Bay 38, Jacksonville 31

Philadelphia 39, New Orleans 17

Cleveland 33, Baltimore 30, OT

Arizona 42, Detroit 17

Denver 16, Oakland 10

New England 30, Dallas 6

N.Y. Giants 30, San Francisco 27

Open: Carolina, Miami, Minnesota, N.Y. Jets

Monday's Game(equals)

Pittsburgh 24, San Diego 20


Monday's Games(equals)

Memphis 91, Cleveland 81

New York 94, Philadelphia 88

Toronto 112, Minnesota 105

Miami 97, San Antonio 94

New Orleans 123, Chicago 115

Portland 88, Utah 81

Tuesday's Games(equals)

Miami at Orlando, 7 p.m.

Milwaukee at Cleveland, 7 p.m.

Detroit at Indiana, 7 p.m.

Dallas vs. Oklahoma City at Tulsa, OK, 8 p.m.

Houston at Phoenix, 10 p.m.

Sacramento vs. L.A. Lakers at Las Vegas, NV, 10 p.m.

Denver at Golden State, 10:30 p.m.


Monday's Games(equals)

Vancouver 2, Anaheim 1, SO

Tampa Bay 6, Boston 3

N.Y. Islanders 4, Winnipeg 2

Buffalo 4, Columbus 2

Philadelphia 1, Florida 0

Tuesday's Games(equals)

Nashville at New Jersey, 7 p.m.

Winnipeg at N.Y. Rangers, 7 p.m.

Montreal at Pittsburgh, 7 p.m.

San Jose at Washington, 7 p.m.

Florida at Carolina, 7 p.m.

Tampa Bay at Detroit, 7:30 p.m.

Edmonton at Dallas, 8:30 p.m.

St. Louis at Calgary, 9 p.m.

Vancouver at Los Angeles, 10:30 p.m.

Ohio Sports News

Last Update on October 13, 2015 05:36 GMT

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) -- Rookie star Jack Eichel scored a nifty unassisted goal and Buffalo beat the Columbus Blue Jackets 4-2 on Monday to give coach Dan Bylsma his first victory with the Sabres.

The former Boston University player selected No. 2 overall in the June draft, Eichel bodied off Boone Jenner in a loose-puck battle, kept the puck in the offensive zone, wheeled to his forehand and ripped a shot over goalie Sergei Bobrovsky to give Buffalo a 3-1 lead at 9:21 of the third period.

Rasmus Ristolainen, Ryan O'Reilly and Matt Moulson had power-play goals for Buffalo. Moulson also had two assists, and Chad Johnson made 21 saves to help Buffalo rebound after losing its first two games of the season.

Scott Hartnell and Brandon Saad scored for Columbus, and Bobrovsky stopped 29 shots. The Blue Jackets are 0-3.

National Sports News

Last Update on October 13, 2015 10:31 GMT


UNDATED (AP) -- Cubs ace Jake Arrieta (ar-ee-EH'-tuh) and Mets standout hurler Matt Harvey didn't have their best stuff on Monday night. That didn't matter as long as the Cubs were establishing a team postseason record for home runs while the Mets broke their club mark for runs in a playoff game.

The Cubbies banged out six homers and took a two-games-to-one lead in the NL division series by whipping the Cardinals 8-6 at Wrigley Field. Chicago topped the old team mark of five home runs set against the Padres in Game 1 of the 1984 NLCS.

St. Louis cut a 5-2 deficit to 5-4 in the top of the sixth before Jorge Soler (soh-LEHR') smacked a two-run shot in the bottom half. Kris Bryant and Anthony Rizzo hit back-to-back homers in the fifth. Dexter Fowler, Starlin Castro and Kyle Schwarber also went deep for Chicago.

The Cubs won handily despite a shaky performance by Arrieta, who was 13-1 with a 0.70 ERA in his previous 16 starts. Arrieta surrendered four runs and five hits in 5 2/3 innings, including Justin Heyward's two-run shot in the sixth.

Losing pitcher Michael Wacha (WAH'-kah) was reached for four runs and six hits in 4 1/3 innings.

Stephen Piscotty hit a two-run homer in the ninth for the Cards, who will try to stave off elimination on Tuesday afternoon. John Lackey is scheduled to start for St. Louis against Jason Hammel.

As for the Mets, they took a 2-1 lead in their NLDS by clobbering the Dodgers 13-7. Curtis Granderson, Yoenis Cespedes (SEHS'-peh-dehs) and Travis d'Arnaud (dahr-NOH') combined for eight hits, 11 RBIs and six runs scored after New York managed just five runs and 10 hits in the first two games of the series.

The run total beat the old team mark of 12 set in the Game 4 of the 2006 NLCS at St. Louis.

Granderson put the Mets ahead to stay with a three-run double in the second and added a two-run double to finish with five ribbies. Cespedes unloaded a three-run blast in the fourth, and d'Arnaud provided a solo shot and three RBIs.

Harvey had to work hard as he needed 97 pitches to complete just five innings. Harvey spotted the Dodgers a 3-0 lead in the second and left the game after yielding two earned runs and seven hits while striking out seven. But he fared better than Brett Anderson and Alex Wood, who combined to surrender 10 runs and 11 hits over the first five innings.

Chase Utley was not in the Dodgers' starting lineup after appealing his two-game suspension for an illegal slide in Game 2. Utley's hearing didn't take place Monday as the sides were unable to agree to a schedule.

The slide broke the right leg of Mets shortstop Ruben Tejada (teh-HAH'-dah).

The Dodgers will send Clayton Kershaw to the mound on Tuesday as they try to stay alive. The Mets will go with rookie Steven Matz.


UNDATED (AP) -- The Kansas City Royals and Toronto Blue Jays have stretched their respective American League Division Series to a fifth and deciding game by winning this afternoon.

The Royals are 9-1 in their last 10 elimination games after scoring seven times in their final two at-bats to beat the Astros 9-6 in Houston. Kansas City scored five times in the eighth with help from shortstop Carlos Correa's two-run error on a potential double-play grounder. The miscue allowed the Royals to tie the game before Alex Gordon added a tiebreaking grounder. Eric Hosmer belted a two-run homer in the ninth after lining an RBI single during the eighth-inning rally.

Correa homered twice and had four RBIs for the Astros. Colby Rasmus homered for the fourth time in five playoff games to give Houston a four-run lead before the Royals sent the series back to Kansas City for Game 5 on Wednesday.

The Blue Jays are still alive after they hammered Derek Holland in an 8-4 rout of the Rangers in Texas. Holland surrendered three homers and was tagged for six runs and five hits in two-plus innings.

Josh Donaldson smacked a two-run homer to put the Jays ahead to stay before Chris Colabello and Kevin Pillar (pih-LAHR') belted solo shots to make it 4-0 by the second inning. Pillar added a pair of RBI singles to help Toronto go up 8-1.

David Price worked three innings of relief to get the win. Toronto starter R.A. Dickey allowed a run and five hits but fell one out shy of qualifying for the victory.

There have been 21 home runs Monday, a record for one day in postseason play. The previous postseason mark was 15 home runs on Oct. 3, 1995, according to STATS. Like Monday, there were four postseason games on that day 20 years ago.


COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) -- Steve Spurrier has coached his final game.

A person close to the situation tells The Associated Press that the South Carolina head football coach has told his players that he is retiring, effective immediately. The person says the school has not named an interim coach but likely would announce someone to finish out the season by Wednesday.

The Gamecocks are 2-4 overall and 0-4 in the SEC for the first time in Spurrier's 23 seasons coaching in the league at Florida and South Carolina.

The 70-year-old Spurrier was in the middle of his 11th season with South Carolina. He considered leaving the Gamecocks last December after the Gamecocks went 6-6. But the team defeated Miami in the Independence Bowl last December, which seemed to re-energize him.

The 1966 Heisman Trophy winner was 86-49 with the Gamecocks. He had his greatest success at his alma mater, going 122-27-1 with a national championship at Florida. Spurrier was 228-89-2 in 319 games as a college head coach.


LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Southern California has fired head football coach Steve Sarkisian just a day after athletic director Pat Haden determined Sarkisian showed up at school in no condition to lead practice.

USC hasn't elaborated on Sarkisian's problems, but the second-year coach had an embarrassing public display in August at a pep rally where he appeared to be intoxicated while giving a speech. Sarkisian later apologized and said he had combined alcohol and medication, but promised not to drink again during the season.

Offensive coordinator Clay Helton was appointed interim coach Sunday and will officially lead his first practice Tuesday.


GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- Florida quarterback Will Grier has received a one-year suspension for violating the NCAA's policy on performance-enhancing drugs.

The eighth-ranked Gators are not facing a forfeiture of wins, and Grier won't lose any eligibility, but the school said it will appeal. Grier said he took an over-the-counter supplement, and coach Jim McElwain called it an honest mistake that could have been prevented by talking to the team's medical staff.

Sophomore Treon Harris will make his first start since the season opener when Florida plays at No. 6 LSU on Saturday.


UNDATED (AP) -- Mississippi starting left tackle Laremy Tunsil will miss Saturday's game against Memphis.

Tunsil has already sat out six games after the NCAA ruled he received several improper benefits. Among the benefits the NCAA says Tunsil received were three loaner vehicles over a six-month period without payment, a four-month interest-free promissory note on a $3,000 down payment when purchasing a used vehicle and an airline ticket.

Tunsil will be eligible to return after his seven-game suspension on Oct. 24 against Texas A&M.


UNDATED (AP) -- Michael Vick couldn't engineer a touchdown drive for 3 1/2 quarters on Monday before he rallied the Pittsburgh Steelers to a 24-20 thriller over the Chargers in San Diego.

Le'Veon Bell scored on a 1-yard wildcat run as time expired to give the Steelers a 3-2 record. He took the direct snap, ran left and was buried in traffic before diving for the end zone.

Vick kept the drive alive with a 24-yard scramble up the middle and then a 16-yard pass to Heath Miller one play before Bell's big run. Vick also fired a 72-yard touchdown pass to Markus Wheaton with 7:42 remaining to tie the game at 17.

Pittsburgh's other TD came on Antwon Blake's 70-yard interception late in the third quarter.

Philip Rivers was 35 of 48 for 365 yards and two touchdowns for the 2-3 Chargers.


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