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ENTERTAINMENT FOR SUNDAY AUGUST 1, 2010: Almanac and Celebrity Birthdays


Today is Sunday, August 1, the 213th day of 2010. There are 152 days left in the year.


* On August 1, 1944, an uprising broke out in Warsaw, Poland, against Nazi occupation. The revolt collapsed after two months.

* In 1981, the music video network MTV made its debut. MTV stands for Music Television.

* Five years ago, August 1, 2005, Saudi Arabia’s ruler, King Fahd, died.


79 Tom Wilson, cartoonist and retired creator of the cartoon Ziggy.

57 Robert Cray, blues singer-musician.

50 Chuck D, rapper of the group, Public Enemy.

46 Adam Duritz, rock singer of the group, Counting Crows.

45 Sam Mendes, movie director of the movie, American Beauty.

Cincinnati Reds Update: Friday and Saturday results


Atlanta at Cincinnati

Jason Heyward knocked in two runs with his third double of the game, a two-out hit in the 10th inning that rallied Atlanta to a 6-4 victory over the Cincinnati Reds.

Reds closer Francisco Cordero (3-4) walked two batters in the 10th. Heyward worked the count full and then hit a sinking line drive that left-fielder Jonny Gomes couldn’t make the catch on allowing two runners to score.

Jason Heyward Atlanta (mlb)

Jesse Chavez (3-2) escaped a Reds threat in the ninth. Billy Wagner pitched out of a two-out threat in the 10th, earning his 24th save in 29 chances by striking Drew Stubbs for the game’s final out.

Joey Votto led Cincinnati with three hits, including an RBI double and a solo homer off lefty Jonny Venters that tied the game at 4-all in the bottom of the eighth inning. Votto leads the National League with 27 homers and a 3.26 average.


Atlanta at Cincinnati

Reds catcher Ryan Hanigan doubled home two runs and kept on running when the ball slipped away from Atlanta Braves center-fielder Melky Cabrera, rounding the bases on a crucial play of Cincinnati’s 5-2 win.

Ryan Hanigan Cincinnati (mlb)

Hannigan doubled off Atlanta starting pitcher Jair Jurrgens (3-4), who has yet to win on the road. Two runs scored (Scott Rolen had doubled and Jay Bruce had singled earlier in the inning) while Cabrera chased the ball to the wall. When Cabrera turned and threw quickly, the ball slipped from his hand and rolled across the outfield towards right field, allowing Hanigan to score on a very weird play and error.

Bronson Arroyo (11-6) gave up five hits in seven innings. Francisco Cordero gave up a pair of singles in the ninth, but slipped a called third strike past Jason Heyward to earn his 28th save in 34 opportunities.

compiled from staff, wire and MLB news

Cleveland Indians Update: Friday, Saturday results and Trades


Cleveland at Toronto

Jose Bautista belted a grand slam, his major-league leading 31st homer, Fred Lewis hit a solo shot and the Toronto Blue Jays hammered the Cleveland Indians 8-1. It was their sixth win in seven games.

Bautista went 3 for 3 and walked twice before being lifted for a pinch-runner in the eighth inning.

Jose Bautista Toronto (mlb)

Toronto has homered in 11 consecutive games, hitting 27 over that span, and lead the major leagues with 157, including league highs at home (87) and in July (42).

Bautista leads the majors with 11 homers in July. Nineteen of his homers in 2010 have come at the Rogers Centre.

Toronto’s Shaun Marcum (10-4) was the winner and Cleveland’s Justin Masterson (3-10) is the loser.


Cleveland at Toronto

Shin-Soo Choo doubled home the go-ahead run in the seventh inning and Cleveland beat Toronto 2-1 to snap a three-game losing streak.

Josh Tomlin, who beat the New York Yankees in his major league debut on Tuesday, followed that outing up by allowing only one run in 5 1/3 innings.

Shin-Soo Choo Cleveland (mlb)

Jensen Lewis (3-2) worked one inning of relief for the win, Joe Smith pitched 1 2/3 shutout innings and Chris Perez survived a bases-loaded jam in the ninth to earn his 11th save.

The loss snapped the Blue Jays’ four-game winning streak.


* The Indians sent their closer Kerry Wood to the New York Yankees on Saturday, shortly after bring him off the disabled list.

The 33-year-old Wood, gives the Yankees another hard-throwing setup man alongside Joba Chamberlain before getting to closer Mariano Rivera.

Wood was 1-4 with a 6.30 ERA and eight saves in 23 relief appearances for Cleveland.

The Indians have until October 15 to decide whether to select a player from a list or take cash.

The Tribe called up Jeanmar Gomez to replace Wood.

* The Indians traded away popular pitcher Jake Westbrook to the St. Louis Cardinals in a trade that also included the San Diego Padres.

Westbrook was scratched from his start in Toronto and headed for a flight to St. Louis. He said he was sad to leave Cleveland, his home since 2001.

A 2004 All-Star pitcher, the 32-year-old right-handed Westbrook was 6-7 with a 4.65 ERA in 21 starts in 2010. He has a 10 year major league record of 69-71.

The Indians received Double-A pitcher Corey Kluber from San Diego. the 24-year-old right-hander was 6-6 with a 3.45 ERA at Double-A and led the Texas League in strikeouts. He will be assigned to Double-A Akron.

Cleveland recalled outfielder Jordan Brown from Triple-A Columbus. The 26-year-old Brown was hitting .309 with 63 RBI’s and is deadly when he bats with the bases loaded.

compiled from staff, wire and MLB news

Women’s British Open leader Tseng has 3-shot advantage

Yani Tseng earned her third straight 4-under 68 on Saturday, and takes a four-stroke lead into the final round of the Women’s British Open in Southport, England.

The 21-year-old Taiwanese golfing star took full advantage of the short 472-yard, par-5 final hole by hitting an 8-iron to within 20 feet with her second shot. She rolled it in for an eagle putt to finish off her round, padding her cushion over Katherine Hull of Australia.

Yani Tseng maintains lead (LPGA)

Hull had a brilliant and flawless third round with several birdies to finish with a 66.

South Korean In-Kyung Kim moved into third place at 6-under-par 68. She earned three birdies on the front side.

American Brittany Lincicome with birdies on the last two holes, moved into fourth place at 5-under par.

compiled from staff, wire and LPGA news

Hometown favorite Couples ties Langer for lead with 65

On Saturday, at the Sahalee Country Club in Sammamish, Washington, the hometown boy Fred Couples got his golf game going to the delight of the crowd.

Couples shot a bogey-free 5-under-par 65, surging into a share of the U.S. Senior Open lead with Bernhard Langer.

Fred Couples (Champions Tour)

Couples, using the hometown crowd to his advantage, made five birdies and posted the lowest score of the week.

Langer, who won the Senior British Open at Carnoustie, Scotland last week, shot a 68 on Saturday, posting his third straight round of golf in the 60′s.

Couples made birdies at numbers 2,5,7 and 9.

Couples’ round was bogey-free and it was his best score since shooting a 63 in the first round of a Champions Tour tournament in late April. His 31 on the front nine could have been lower if he had not missed a short putt on the fourth hole.

compiled from staff, wire and Champions Tour news

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