July 9, 2012Richmond RiverRats
Final Score: Chicago 7, New York 0
Final Score: Colorado 4, Washington 3
Final Score: Atlanta 4, Philadelphia 3
Final Score: Pittsburgh 13, San Francisco 2
Final Score: Milwaukee 5, Houston 3 (10 innings)
Final Score: St. Louis 5, Miami 4
Final Score: Arizona 7, Los Angeles 1
Final Score: Cincinnati 4, San Diego 2
Final Score: Tampa Bay 7, Cleveland 6
Final Score: Detroit 7, Kansas City 1
Final Score: Toronto 11, Chicago 9
Final Score: LA Angels of Anaheim 6, Baltimore 0
Final Score: Oakland 2, Seattle 1 (13 innings)
Final Score: Texas 4, Minnesota 3 (13 innings)
Final Score: New York 7, Boston 3
RICHMOND 6 SLIPPERY ROCK 5 (5-1 IN SECOND HALF) @ SLIPPERY ROCK TONIGHT
Roger Federer claimed his record-tying seventh Wimbledon title on Sunday with a four-set win over Andy Murray.
The third-seeded Federer rallied after dropping the first set to post a 4-6, 7-5, 6-3, 6-4 victory on Centre Court at the All England Club and capture his first Grand Slam title since the 2010 Australian Open and 17th of his career.
Ted Potter Jr.'s first PGA Tour victory means a lot more than a big paycheck. The 28-year-old rookie can take a trip to August National off his wish list.
By making a 4-foot birdie putt on the third hole of a playoff Sunday to beat Troy Kelly in the Greenbrier Classic, Potter earned a spot in the Masters, something he listed as career goal.
Simply winning, though, had been the top priority for a player who first joined the former Nationwide Tour in 2004 and didn't have much success until last year.