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Montreal will get the LPGA Tour to return in 2011

compiled from staff, wire and LPGA news

The Ladies Professional Golf Tour will be returning to the Montreal area in 2011.

The Canadian Women’s Open will move next year to the Hillsdale Golf and Country Club in Mirabel, Quebec. The tournament will be held August 25-28, with an expected purse of $2.25 million.

Golf Canada CEO Scott Simmons said that a dozen clubs were interested in hosting the event, which is the only LPGA Tour stop in Canada.

Meg Mallon (LPGA)

This is the first foray into the area since 2002 when Meg Mallon won at Summerlea Golf and Country Club.

This year’s tournament will be held at St. Charles Country Club in Winnipeg from August 26-29.

Cavaliers pick up option on Leon Powe

compiled from staff, wire and Cleveland Cavaliers news

The Cleveland Cavaliers are making sure they still have a strong bench next season by excercising the option on reserve forward Leon Powe for next season.

Powe played in just 20 games in his first year with Cleveland after coming back from knee surgery. He averaged four points and 3.1 rebounds.

Leon Powe (nba)

General manager Danny Ferry says that Powe worked hard to get back on the court and next season he should be a better player.

The 26-year-old Powe signed as a free agent with the Cavs last summer after spending three seasons in Boston.

Lakers take Game 1 from the Suns behind Kobe’s 40

compiled from staff and wire reports

With a balky knee and numerous other injuries, Kobe Bryant once again showed why he is one of the top scorers when the occasion arises.

Bryant scored 40 points, Lamar Odom added 19 points and grabbed 19 rebounds, and the Lakers opened the series with ruthless offensively efficiency in a 128-107 victory over the Phoenix Suns on Monday night.

Lamar Odom (nba)

Pau Gasol had 21 points for the top-seeded Lakers, who won for the seventh straight playoff game and snapped the Suns’ six-game streak with a sensational second half, highlighted by Bryant’s 21-point third quarter.

During the past week, Bryant has barely practiced with the Lakers to rest his ailing knee, ankle, finger and back.

Indians lose in the 11th on a game-winning bunt by Tampa Bay

compiled from staff and wire reports

The Tampa Bay Rays showed the Cleveland Indians the difference between a contending team and a rebuilding team. Winning teams seem to get the breaks in close games on plays at the bases, ball and strike calls.

Case in point, John Jaso had a controversial infield single with one-out in the 11th that the umpire said he beat out, but the replays showed otherwise. Indians manager Manny Acta told umpire Jerry Layne at first base that Jaso was out. Layne said the runner beat the throw.

Jason Bartlett (mlb)

Jaso went to third on Gabe Kapler’s hit-and-run single to right.

Jason Bartlett laid down a sacrifice bunt to drive in the winning run in the 11th as the Rays beat the Cleveland Indians 4-3 Monday night.

Bartlett placed the bunt to the first base side of the mound that pitcher Jamey Wright fielded and was forced to make a desperation toss from his glove hand towards the plate that went over Mike Redmond’s head.

Andy Sonnanstine (1-0), the sixth Tampa Bay reliever, struck out two during a perfect 11th, helping the Rays improve to a major league-best 27-11 this season.

Trevor Crowe, filling in for injured center fielder Grady Sizemore, put the Indians up 3-2 with an RBI single during the sixth. The Rays pulled even at 3 on Hank Blalock’s two-out, run-scoring single off reliever Chris Perez in the eighth.

First-place Reds beat slumping Milwaukee Brewers, 6-3

compiled from staff and wire reports

Jonny Gomes is one of many heroes for the Reds who has come up big in 2010. Monday night he made sure the Reds did not have just a one-day sniff of first place.

Gomes capped a five-run rally in the seventh inning by blasting a three-run homer, and the Reds earned themselves a second straight day in first place by beating the Milwaukee Brewers 6-3.

Gomes’ homer off of former Red Todd Coffey (1-1) sent the Reds to their eighth victory in nine games, a hot streak that moved them into the top spot in the National League Central, a place they haven’t been this deep into a season since 2006.

Johnny Cueto (mlb)

Johnny Cueto (3-1) fanned seven and gave up seven hits in seven innings, including Corey Hart’s solo homer.

The slumping Brewers lost their season-high seventh straight, one that followed a familiar pattern, the bullpen gave the game away.

Milwaukee is a horrifying 4-4 at home, the worst start in club history. They lost to the Philadelphia Phillies  4-2 in the Sunday night Baseball Game on ESPN, competing an 0-6 homestand. They made the short flight to Cincinnati, landed at 3:00 a.m. and got very little sleep before taking on a hot Reds team.

Reds batting practice (megasportsnews.com)

GAME NOTES

* 2B Brandon Phillips error ended the Reds’ streak of 11 without an error, their best stretch since 1997.

* Last night’s game last 3 hours, 2 minutes. Milwaukee leads the majors with 27 games taking 3 hours of more.

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