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Clippers lead PawSox 4-3; game suspended by rain will continue in July

Info courtesy of Columbus Clippers

Weather almost cost the Clippers a chance at victory Sunday, but they scored two runs just in the nick of time to force a suspension of the final game in their four-game set at Pawtucket.

Columbus holds a 4-3 lead,  thanks to scoring two runs in the top of the sixth inning. The game will be resumed when the PawSox visit Huntington Park in late July.

Josh Rodgriguez Columbus (MiLB)

Had Columbus not tied the game or taken the lead, they would’ve simply been dealt a rain-shortened loss as heavy showers hit one at-bat after Columbus pulled ahead. They’ll have the bases loaded with two outs in the top of the sixth when play resumes.

Josh Rodriguez’ two-run homer in the third put the Clippers ahead early, but the PawSox answered with single runs in the third, fourth and fifth innings against Carlos Carrasco to take the lead.

The Clippers record remains at 41-29 as they head to Rochester for a four-game series starting Monday night at 7:05 p.m.

Great Lakes Loons hold off Dayton Dragons for 7-5 win

Info courtesy of Dayton Dragons

The Great Lakes Loons built up a 7-0 lead and then held off a Dayton Dragons comeback attempt in the ninth inning as the Loons beat the Dragons in a Sunday afternoon game, 7-5. A crowd of 8,987 at Fifth Third Field saw both teams conclude the first half of the Midwest League’s split-season schedule.

Jamie Ortiz hit his 5th homer for the Loons (MiLB)

Dayton finished the first half with a record of 30-39. They finished in seventh place in the eight-team Eastern Division. The Dragons will have a four-day break before opening the second half Friday June 25 at Lansing.

Dragons starting pitcher Ricky Bowen (1-1) suffered the loss. He worked six innings, allowing six hits and seven runs (six earned) with one walk and eight strikeouts. His strikeout total matched the Dragons team season-high.

The Loons received homers from Christian Lara (7), Jamie Ortiz (5) and Angelo Songco (7). The Dragons got a homer from Steve Carlson (1).

Justine Henin wins first grass title

compiled from staff and wire reports

Justine Henin beat number 7 Andrea Petkovic 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 to win the UNICEF Open on Saturday in Den Bosch, Netherlands. It was her first grass-court title in three years.

After trading the first two sets, Petrovic broke the top-seeded Belgian in the second game of the final set before holding serve for a comfortable lead 3-0 lead.

Justine Henin (WTA)

But Henin, who was playing the tournament in a tuneup for Wimbledon, held serve and blasted a forehand winner on her way to breaking the German in the fifth game. Henin, who did not drop a set or face a tiebreak heading into the final, completed a stunning rally by breaking Petkovic in the ninth game.

Despite twice reaching the final, Henin is still looking for her first Wimbledon title. She resumed her career in January after 20 months in retirement.

LPGA Tour has a new number player:Ai Miyazato of Japan

compiled from staff, wire and LPGA reports

The newest number 1 player in women’s golf is really no surprise.

Miyazato leads the latest Rolex Rankings released Monday following her victory at the ShopRite LPGA Classic in Galloway Township, New Jersey.

Ai Miyazato (LPGA)

Miyazato has won four LPGA events this year and this is the first time she is ranked number 1. She replaces Jiyai Shin of South Korea, who became number 1 on May 3 following the sudden retirement of longtime number 1 golfer Lorena Ochoa.

In Sunday’s final round of the ShopRite LPGA Classic, Miyazato fired a 7-under-par 64 to beat M.J. Hur of South Korea by two strokes.

David Huff is optioned to Columbus after 2-9 start

compiled from staff, wire and Cleveland Indians news

The Cleveland Indians have optioned left-hander David Huff to Triple-A Columbus.

Huff saw his record drop to 2-9 on Saturday with a loss to Pittsburgh and has won only once in his last 11 starts. In his last outing, Huff allowed five runs and six hits in five innings with six walks. Huff had a team-high 11 wins last season as a rookie.

David Huff (mlb)

Cleveland has said that they will add another player before their game on Tuesday in Philadelphia.

The most likely candidate to be brought up is Aaron Laffey, who began the season in Cleveland’s bullpen. The darkhorse would be Jeremy Sowers.

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