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Last Update on July 06, 2015 05:32 GMT

CINCINNATI (AP) -- Rookie Taylor Jungmann allowed four hits in eight innings and the Milwaukee Brewers extended their winning streak to eight games with a 6-1 victory over the Cincinnati Reds on Sunday.

Gerardo Parra and Adam Lind hit seventh-inning home runs for the Brewers, who finished off their second undefeated road trip of at least seven games in franchise history.

It's the Brewers' longest winning streak since they won nine in a row from April 4-13 of last season.

Cincinnati starter Mike Leake (5-5) lost for the first time since May 27. Leake, who was 3-0 in six June starts, allowed eight hits and three runs with three walks and four strikeouts in six innings.

Jungmann, who made his major league debut on June 9, retired the first 12 batters he faced before Jay Bruce led off the fifth with a double into the right-field corner.

National Sports News

Last Update on July 07, 2015 01:15 GMT

NBA-FREE AGENTS

UNDATED (AP) -- David West is demonstrating that he wants to win at any cost.

The veteran forward has left the Indiana Pacers' $12 million offer on the table for a one-year, $1.4 million deal with the San Antonio Spurs and a better chance to win an elusive championship. West spent the last four years with the Pacers and averaged 11.7 points and 6.8 rebounds in 66 games last season.

He joins a Spurs club that has added All-Star power forward LaMarcus Aldridge and retained Kawhi (ky-WY') Leonard, Manu Ginobili (zhih-NOH'-blee) and Danny Green. Ginobili announced on Monday that he is returning to the Spurs for a 14th season.

In other NBA news:

-- The Memphis Grizzlies have retained the services of center Marc Gasol (gah-SAHL'), who averaged 17.4 points, 7.8 rebounds and 3.8 assists last season. A person with direct knowledge of the package says Gasol has accepted a five-year contract worth more than $100 million. The two-time All-Star has spent his entire seven-year NBA career with the Grizzlies, averaging 14 points and eight boards.

-- A person with knowledge of the deal tells The Associated Press that guard J.J Barea and the Dallas Mavericks have worked out a reported two-year contract worth $5.6 million. The Mavericks brought back Barea early last season when Minnesota bought out the remainder of the four-year deal he signed after helping Dallas win the 2011 NBA championship. He averaged 7 1/2 points and 3.4 assists in 77 games for the Mavs last season.

-- According to multiple reports, guard Cory Joseph has agreed to a four-year contract with the Toronto Raptors. Joseph played in 79 games this past season with the Spurs, averaging 6.8 points, 2.4 rebounds and 2.4 assists.

-- A person familiar with the negotiations told The Associated Press the Utah Jazz have verbally agreed to a free agent deal with Joe Ingles, who averaged five points in 79 games.

GOLF-McILROY INJURY

LONDON (AP) -- The world's No. 1 golfer could miss the upcoming British Open because of another sport.

Rory McIlroy said he suffered a "total rupture" of a left ankle ligament and the joint capsule while playing soccer with friends. His chief spokesman said McIlroy would not know until later in the week the extent of the injury and whether he would be able to compete in the year's third major at St. Andrews.

McIlroy was the co-favorite at St. Andrews with Jordan Spieth (SPEETH). The 21-year-old Texan has won the Masters and U.S. Open and goes to the British Open as only the fourth player with a shot at the modern Grand Slam.

WIMBLEDON

LONDON (AP) -- Three Americans have advanced to the Wimbledon women's quarterfinals, something that hadn't happened since 2004. Top seed Serena Williams rolled into the quarters with a 6-4, 6-3 win over her sister, Venus, unseeded CoCo Vandeweghe (VAN'-deh-way) beat No. 6 Lucie Safarova in straight sets and No. 21 Madison Keys needed three sets to reach the Elite Eight. Also advancing were Maria Sharapova, Agnieszka Radwanska (ag-nee-EHSH'-kah rahd-VAHN'-skah), Victoria Azarenka, Timea Bacsinszky (tih-MAY'-uh bah-CHIHN'-skee) and Garbine Muguruza (muh-guh-OO'-sah).

Second seed Roger Federer, third seed Andy Murray and No. 4 Stan Wawrinka (vah-VRIHN'-kah) moved into the men's quarterfinals with straight-sets victories. They are joined in the quarters by ninth seed Marin Cilic (CHEE'-lihch), 12th seed Gilles Simon (zhihlz see-MOHN'), No. 21 Richard Gasquet (gas-KAY') and unseeded Vasek Pospisil (VAH'-sehk POHS'-peh-sihl).

Top seed Novak Djokovic (JOH'-koh-vihch) split four sets with Kevin Anderson when their fourth-round match was suspended.

Pierre-Paul was to play 2015 on the $14.8 million franchise tag. But the two-time Pro Bowl pick has yet to sign the tender.

UNDATED (AP) -- Major League Baseball has announced the reserves and pitchers for next week's All-Star game at Cincinnati.

Catcher Yasmani Grandal (yahs-MAH'-nee grahn-DAHL'), first baseman Adrian Gonzalez and Joc Pederson will represent the NL West-leading Dodgers off the bench, while Giants infielders Joe Panik and Brandon Crawford have been selected as reserves. Cubs infielders Anthony Rizzo and Kris Bryant have been added to the NL squad, along with Rockies infielders DJ LeMahieu (leh-MAY'-hyoo) and Nolan Arenado (ahr-eh-NAH'-doh).

The rest of the NL reserves are Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina (YAH'-dee-her moh-LEE'-nuh), Pirates outfielder Andrew McCutchen, Diamondbacks outfielder A.J. Pollock and Padres outfielder Justin Upton.

Nationals ace Max Scherzer joins an NL staff that includes Gerrit Cole, A.J. Burnett and Mark Melancon (meh-LAN'-suhn) of the Pirates, along with Trevor Rosenthal and Michael Wacha (WAH'-kah) of the Cardinals. Also selected are Giants ace Madison Bumgarner, Reds closer Aroldis Chapman, reigning NL Rookie of the Year Jacob de Grom (deh GRAHM') and Dodgers standout Zack Greinke. Atlanta's Shelby Miller also made the staff, as did Jonathan Papelbon of the Phillies and Milwaukee's Francisco Rodriguez.

The American League pitching staff includes Rays standouts Chris Archer and Brad Boxberger, relievers Zach Britton and Darren O'Day of the Orioles and Kansas City's Wade Davis and Kelvin Herrera. Oakland's Sonny Gray, Seattle's Felix Hernandez, Detroit's David Price and Chris Sale of the White Sox were selected for the game, as were Yankees reliever Dellin Betances (DEHL'-ihn beh-TAN'-sehs), Astros starter Dallas Keuchel (KY'-kul) and Twins closer Glen Perkins.

The AL reserves include Toronto catcher Russell Martin and Blue Jays outfielder Jose Bautista. The Tigers will send shortstop Jose Iglesias and outfielder J.D. Martinez to Cincinnati, while third baseman Manny Machado and outfielder Adam Jones will represent the Orioles. Also named as AL reserves are A's catcher Stephen Vogt (voht), Angels first baseman Albert Pujols (POO'-hohlz), Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira (the-SHEHR'-uh), utilityman Brock Holt of the Red Sox, Rangers designated hitter Prince Fielder and Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis.

MLB-PIRATES-MOVES

UNDATED (AP) -- Pittsburgh Pirates third baseman and leadoff hitter Josh Harrison has been placed on the 15-day disabled list with a left thumb injury.

Harrison was hitting .279 in 75 games before jamming his thumb in Sunday's win over Cleveland. He is scheduled to undergo testing to see if there is any structural damage and to determine a timetable for his return.

Also in the majors:

-- Washington star Bryce Harper won't participate in the All-Star Home Run Derby because his father isn't available to pitch to him. Harper finished second in the 2013 Home Run Derby with his dad as the pitcher.

-- The New York Yankees say injured outfielder Jacoby Ellsbury is set to be activated before Wednesday night's game against Oakland. Ellsbury was hitting .324 with 14 steals in 37 games before he sprained his right knee on May 19 in Washington.

-- The Kansas City Royals have designated reliever Jason Frasor for assignment and placed third baseman Mike Moustakas (moos-TAH'-kahs) on the bereavement list. Frasor was 1-0 with a 1.54 ERA in 26 games for the Royals' league-best bullpen.

MLB-POSTPONEMENT

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Tonight's game between the Royals and the visiting Tampa Bay Rays has been postponed with tornado warnings in the Kansas City area. The two clubs will play a day-night doubleheader on Tuesday.

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