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BALTIMORE (AP) — Wade Miley has pitched in 190 big-league games and has a decision against every team except one: Detroit. The Baltimore left-hander will be looking to change that with a victory at home tonight in the third game of a four-game set. This will be Miley's third start against the Tigers. He has a 7.36 ERA against them, second-worst against any team, behind Boston. Drew VerHagen will start for Detroit, replacing reigning AL Rookie of the Year Michael Fulmer, who's on the disabled list with an elbow injury.
CHICAGO (AP) — The Chicago Cubs will try to cool off Washington's Daniel Murphy, a day after he homered twice in a 4-2 win. Murphy is 20 for 38 with four home runs in his last 10 games at Wrigley Field, including the playoffs. With the Mets in the 2015 NL Championship Series, he hit two homers in Chicago and four overall to help New York sweep. The Cubs have dropped three in a row after winning 14 of 17.
AKRON, Ohio (AP) — Jimmy Walker has a two-shot lead halfway through the PGA's Bridgestone Invitational at Akron, Ohio. Walker endured rain delays of nearly five hours yesterday and shot a 5-under 65 to get to minus-7. First-round leader Thomas Pieters is second.
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland (AP) — In-Young Kim had the lead heading into today's third round of the Women's British Open in St. Andrews, Scotland. Kim followed Thursday's 65 with a 4-under 68 for an 11-under total, two shots ahead of Lexi Thompson and Georgia Hall. First-round leader Michelle Wie (wee) ballooned to a 76 that puts her seven strokes back.
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — A memorial service for former Notre Dame football coach Ara Parseghian is set for tomorrow on the school's northern Indiana campus. Former Notre Dame football coach Lou Holtz will be among the speakers remembering Parseghian, who died Wednesday at age 94. Under Parseghian, the Irish won titles in 1966 and 1973. He abruptly retired after the 1974 season at age 51 with a record of 95-17-4.
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