>>Red Sox Edge Astros To Even ALCS
(Boston, MA) — The Red Sox rallied for a 7-5 win over the Astros to even the American League Championship Series at Fenway Park. Jackie Bradley Jr.’s three-run double put Boston ahead for good 5-4 in the third. Gerrit Cole took the loss for Houston, which will host Game Three on Tuesday.
>>Boston’s Sale In Hospital With Stomach Illness
(Boston, MA) — Boston Red Sox pitcher Chris Sale is hospitalized with a stomach illness. The lefty was not with the team during Sunday’s ALCS win over Houston after going to Massachusetts General Hospital with stomach pain. Manager Alex Cora stated the illness is not serious and Sale began feeling sick after pitching in Game One.
>>Dolphins Rally To Beat Bears In OT
(Miami, FL) — Jason Sanders booted a 47-yard field goal as time expired in overtime as the Dolphins rallied to beat the Bears 31-28 in Miami. Cody Parkey missed a 53-yard field goal try in OT that would have won it for Chicago. Mitch Trubisky finished 22-of-31 for 316 yards, three touchdowns and a pick for the Bears, who dropped to 3-and-2. Chicago is back home next Sunday to face the Patriots.
>>Jets Outlast Colts
(East Rutherford, NJ) — Four touchdown passes from Andrew Luck wasn’t enough as the Jets outlasted the Colts 42-34 at MetLife Stadium. Luck also tossed three interceptions for the Colts, who are on a four-game slide. The already banged-up Colts lost running back Robert Turpin and receiver Ryan Grant to injuries.
>>Patriots Edge Chiefs On SNF
(Foxboro, MA) — Stephen Gostkowski’s 28-yard field goal as time expired lifted the Patriots past the Chiefs 43-40 in Foxboro. Gostkowski connected on all five of his attempts, including three in the fourth quarter. Tom Brady picked up his 200th career win as New England improved to 4-and-2. Patrick Mahomes threw for 352 yards and four TD’s as Kansas City fell to 5-and-1. Tyreek Hill caught seven balls for 142 yards and three scores in defeat.
>>Packers Host 49ers On MNF
(Green Bay, WI) — Monday Night Football is at Lambeau Field tonight as the Packers host the 49ers in Green Bay. The Pack enters the game at 2-2-and-1, while the Niners sit at 1-and-4. San Francisco has won four of its past five matchups against Green Bay, including playoff games.
>>Almirola Wins At Talladega, Advances
(Lincoln, AL) — Aric Almirola won the 1000Bulbs.com 500 at Talladega Superspeedway in overtime to advance to the round of eight in the NASCAR Cup Series. Clint Bowyer finished second, while Ricky Stenhouse placed third. The playoffs continue next Sunday at Kansas Speedway in a second-round elimination race.
>>Purdue Pounds Illinois
(Champaign, IL) — David Blough threw for 377 yards and three touchdowns as Purdue pounded Illinois 46-7 Saturday in Champaign. The Fighting Illini led briefly in the first quarter when A.J. Bush Junior found the end zone on a five-yard keeper. The Illini dropped to 3-and-3 on the season and 1-and-2 in the Big Ten. They next play Wisconsin on the road this Saturday.
>>NBA Season Tips Off Tomorrow
(Undated) — The NBA regular season tips off tomorrow with a doubleheader on TNT. The Boston Celtics play host to the Philadelphia 76ers while the Golden State Warriors welcome the Oklahoma City Thunder. The schedule ramps up on Wednesday with 11 games. The Warriors look to become the first team to win three straight titles since the Lakers pulled it off between 2000-and-2002.