Luis Robert homered twice, Reynaldo Lopez pitched two-hit ball over a season-high six innings and the Chicago White Sox beat Cincinnati 7-1 Tuesday night as the Reds were eliminated from postseason contention. The White Sox (90-68), who clinched the AL Central last Thursday, have won three straight. Robert paced a four-homer attack, marking the 12th time the White Sox have hit at least four home runs in a game and tying a franchise record set in 2006.
Ten years to the day, the Boston Red Sox returned to the site of one of the most calamitous and pivotal evenings in their oft-tortured history.
Orange County deputies have arrested a suspect in connection with a home invasion and assault Tuesday afternoon.