Scores for October 10th, 2012



St. Louis «     8

Washington  0

This was the first playoff game played in the nation’s capital in 79 years. St. Louis has a 2-1 series lead and can wrap up the series with a Game 4 victory on Thursday in Washington.


San Francisco « 8

Cincinnati            3

With the victory, the Giants have tied the series at 2-2, setting up a decisive game five matchup The Giants will now try to become the first team in NLDS history to come back from a two-games-to-none deficit in today’s game at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati.


Baltimore         2

NY Yankees « 3

Some late-inning heroics gave New York a walk-off victory and a 2-1 lead in the series. The Orioles had won 16 straight extra-inning games and had not suffered a walk-off loss all season.


Detroit            3

Oakland «      4

The Detroit Tigers were three outs away from heading back to the American League Championship Series. Instead they’re going to have to return to the Oakland Coliseum for a decisive Game 5 after the Athletics manufactured a dramatic ninth-inning rally to collect a walk-off victory.





The 1-4 Tennessee Titans will host the 2-2 Pittsburgh Steelers. Veteran quarterback Matt Hasselbeck will make his second straight start for the Titans in place of Jake Locker, who is out with a shoulder injury. Meanwhile, the Steelers will be missing two players on defense.



The United States Anti- Doping Agency released a 202-page document on Wednesday In support of its decision to strip Lance Armstrong of his seven Tour de France titles. It includes testimony from 11 of Armstrong’s former U.S. Postal Service teammates.