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  • Astros extend winning streak to 11 after sweep of Royals

    Astros extend winning streak to 11 after sweep of Royals

    Monday, June 18 2018 2:15 AM EDT2018-06-18 06:15:57 GMT
    PRESS RELEASE KANSAS CITY -- There was star shortstop Carlos Correa igniting an eighth-inning rally with a homer, Tyler White coming off the bench in the eighth and hitting a key double on the first pitch, and a suddenly stingy relief corps slamming the door. When you're on an incredible run like the Astros, the heroes are numerous and come from every corner of the clubhouse. View Full Game Coverage Correa drove in three runs, including his game-tying leadoff h...
    PRESS RELEASE KANSAS CITY -- There was star shortstop Carlos Correa igniting an eighth-inning rally with a homer, Tyler White coming off the bench in the eighth and hitting a key double on the first pitch, and a suddenly stingy relief corps slamming the door. When you're on an incredible run like the Astros, the heroes are numerous and come from every corner of the clubhouse. View Full Game Coverage Correa drove in three runs, including his game-tying leadoff h...
  • Second To None: Koepka Goes Back to Back in U.S. Open

    Second To None: Koepka Goes Back to Back in U.S. Open

    Monday, June 18 2018 1:28 AM EDT2018-06-18 05:28:16 GMT

    SOUTH HAMPTON, NY -- For only the third time in the post-World War II era – and seventh time in 118 stagings – the U.S. Open has a repeat champion. Brooks Koepka, who won last year at Erin Hills by shooting 16 under par – finished 17 strokes higher at Shinnecock Hills, but a final-round 68 on Sunday was good enough for a one-stroke victory over Tommy Fleetwood. Koepka, who was sidelined for four months earlier this year due to ligament damage in his left wrist,...

    SOUTH HAMPTON, NY -- For only the third time in the post-World War II era – and seventh time in 118 stagings – the U.S. Open has a repeat champion. Brooks Koepka, who won last year at Erin Hills by shooting 16 under par – finished 17 strokes higher at Shinnecock Hills, but a final-round 68 on Sunday was good enough for a one-stroke victory over Tommy Fleetwood. Koepka, who was sidelined for four months earlier this year due to ligament damage in his left wrist,...

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