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Giants Held To 1 Run, Fall To Diamondbacks 6-1

PHOENIX (AP) — Wilmer Flores and David Peralta homered, Merrill Kelly held the San Francisco Giants to one run in 5 2/3 innings, and the Arizona Diamondbacks avoided a four-game series sweep with a 6-1 victory Sunday. Kelly (9-12) struck out five and allowed six hits in his first win at home since June 2. Madison Bumgarner (8-8) took the loss for the Giants after giving up four runs on six hits in six innings. The Diamondbacks ended a four-game losing streak, spoiling Bruce Bochy’s final game at Chase Field as Giants manager. Bochy, who is retiring at season’s end, was honored before the game with a video board and public address announcement. He then walked to home plate, where Diamondbacks manager Torey Lovullo presented him with an all-inclusive, four-night stay at a lodge in Montana. The Diamondbacks struck early with three first-inning runs. A two-out fielding error in right field by Austin Slater allowed Eduardo Escobar to take third base on a double, and after a walk, Adam Jones tripled when the ball got past Giants center fielder Kevin Pillar to drive in two…

9 People Rescued From American River, 1 Taken To Hospital

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Sacramento Metro Fire rescued nine people from the American River after a boat got stuck in a tree near River Bend Park Sunday afternoon. A total of six adults and three children were transported to shore at around 4:10 p.m. Metro Fire said one person was taken to a nearby hospital out of precaution. It is unclear if that person was an adult or child. More details to follow.

A’s Fall To Astros 4-1

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Zack Greinke threw seven smooth innings for his 200th win, pitching the first-place Houston Astros past the Oakland Athletics 4-1 on Sunday to avoid a four-game sweep. Alex Bregman had a go-ahead, three-run homer among his four hits to back Greinke, who won his third straight start since joining the Astros from the Arizona Diamondbacks at the July 31 trade deadline. Greinke (13-4) went nine up, nine down on 25 pitches to start the game before allowing Marcus Semien’s 21st homer — two days after Semien doubled to break up a perfect game bid by Justin Verlander. Greinke allowed four hits and one run with three walks and six strikeouts. He became the 115th pitcher in major league history to reach 200 career wins and the second in Houston’s rotation along with Verlander. Yuli Gurriel added an RBI double in the sixth for undermanned Houston, which had a two-man bench but snapped Oakland’s four-game winning streak. The Astros went back ahead of the A’s in the AL West race by 7 1/2 games. Athletics lefty Brett Anderson (10-9) exited in the…

Video Shows Car Crashing Into Paramount Restaurant, Hitting Man Sitting on Chair

A car came crashing into a restaurant in Paramount Saturday night, hitting and almost pinning a man on a chair against the restaurant’s bar, surveillance video shows. Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department deputies responded to the restaurant on the 8100 block of East Rosecrans Avenue shortly before 9 p.m., authorities said. One man suffered unknown injuries, according to the Sheriff’s Department. Video shows the man quickly getting up and walking away right after the car crashed through the window and pushed him against the desk. The driver, whose condition is unknown, was not cited or arrested, according to the Sheriff’s Department. Lt. Girard said traffic detectives will follow up on the incident to determine if any further action is needed. No additional details were available. KTLA’s Jose Duran contributed to this report.

3 People Killed in Beaumont Murder-Suicide Identified

Authorities on Sunday released the identities of two women and a man who died in what police described as a murder-suicide at a Beamont home Friday, but the circumstances of the violence remained unclear. Tracy Shelby, 46, Deborah Shelby, 68, and Bradley Wallace, 45, all of Beaumont, were found shot to death about 5:30 p.m. Friday at a home in the 34400 block of Crenshaw Street, according to Riverside County coroner’s officials and the Beaumont Police Department. Police previously described the location of the shooting as the 34000 block of Crenshaw Street. But investigators had yet to say which of the people were believed to be the shooter, and which were victims. The relationships between the people was also not clear Sunday. Officers responded to reports of gunfire and a person seen lying in a residential driveway when hey encountered a woman, who had been shot, police said in a written statement. A SWAT team responded and went into the home, where the second woman and a man were found with gunshot wounds, officials said. It was determined all three had died before first responders…

Sister Of Young Mom Shot To Death In San Bernardino Shares Her Grief

SAN BERNARDINO (CBSLA)  —  A sister of the young single mom — also a new teacher — who was fatally shot while she sat in her boyfriend’s truck early Saturday, shared her grief with CBS2 and KCAL9. Maria Magaña remembered her younger sister today for always being so full of fun. “She always found some silly way to make you like, just happy, so…” Maria said. Nancy Magaña, 24,  was shot to death in the driver’s seat of her boyfriend’s car. Her young son, Pablo, was also in the truck. “Such a senseless act. We can’t believe that nobody knows anything,” Maria said. Today, family and friends gathered at the Magaña family home in San Bernardino. “My mom is inconsolable,” Maria said. Everyone else is just numb. (credit: the Magana family) The family can hardly make sense of it. Nancy had no enemies, was well-liked.”Everyone just loved her, it makes no sense,” Maria says. “She was always so happy and she always found the good in everything,” Maria added. Family and friends said Nancy’s life revolved around 5-year-old Pablo. She pursued teaching partly because it…

Raiders GM Mike Mayock: Time for Antonio Brown to be all in, or all out

NAPA — Raiders coach Jon Gruden said on the first day of training camp the team expected a lot more drama from Antonio Brown after his arrival in a hot air balloon. Turns out that after 24 days of drama, the Raiders have had their fill. After Brown missed the Raiders’ walk-through in the morning and practice in the afternoon, general manager Mike Mayock made the following statement to the assembled media: “You all know that A.B. is not here today. So here’s the bottom line. He’s upset about the helmet issue. We have supported that. We appreciate that. But at this point we’ve pretty much exhausted all avenues of relief. So from our perspective, it’s time for him to be all in, or all out. So we’re hoping he’s back soon. “We’ve got 89 guys busting their tails. We’re really excited about where this franchise is going. And we hope A.B. will be a big part of it, starting Week 1 against Denver. End of story. No questions. Just wanted you guys to know where we were.” The Raiders were serious enough about it…

All Sports Report: Saturday, August 17 2019

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