Keane Leads Galaxy To 5-0 Victory Over Timbers

CARSON, Calif. (AP) - Robbie Keane scored on a penalty kick and added two assists, and Los Angeles scored five goals for the second straight match as the Galaxy routed the Portland Timbers 5-0 on Wednesday night. The victory broke a tie between the teams for third place in the Western Conference. The Galaxy (7-5-7) have never lost to the Timbers (7-6-4) in Carson in seven matches. The Timbers had a franchise-best four-game MLS win streak snapped. The Galaxy, coming off a 5-1 win over Philadelphia Union, scored three first-half goals against a team that had been giving up under one per game. Sebastian Lletget scored in the 13th minute and has a goal in each of his last three MLS starts. Keane converted in the 18th minute, and Robbie Rogers scored his first MLS goal since 2011 off a pass from Keane in the 33rd. Juninho scored in the 72nd off another Keane assist and Jose Villarreal added the final goal in the 87th minute on a direct kick. Portland's Liam Ridgewell was given a red card in the 78th. June 25, 2015

Seattle Beats Kansas City 7-0

mariners whiteSEATTLE (AP) - Rookie Mike Montgomery tossed a four-hitter against the team that drafted him, Dustin Ackley singled, doubled and homered for his first three-hit game of the season and the Mariners beat the Royals 7-0 on Tuesday night. Montgomery (2-2) became the second Mariners pitcher this season to toss a complete game, joining Felix Hernandez.

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Royals T 4-1 Win Over Mariners

marinersbaseball2015SEATTLE (AP) - Joe Blanton pitched six-plus innings of two-hit ball, Alcides Escobar had three hits and the Kansas City Royals beat the Seattle Mariners 4-1 on Monday night. Blanton (2-0) struck out seven and worked into the seventh inning before being lifted after allowing a leadoff double. Kelvin Herrera, Wade Davis and Greg Holland all pitched one inning of relief. Holland earned his 14th save in 15 opportunities.


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Washington QB Cyler Miles Retires From Football

SEATTLE (AP) - Washington quarterback Cyler Miles has decided to retire from college football due to a chronic hip injury. Washington announced the decision on Monday. The school said the hip injury has persisted through Miles' career and doctors have advised him not to keep playing. Miles was suspended for spring practice last year after his role in two on-campus assaults in February 2014. He was also suspended for the season opener but ended up starting 12 games, throwing for 2,397 yards, 17 touchdowns and four interceptions.

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US Open Sunday Viewership Down From Last West Coast Event

NEW YORK (AP) - With Tiger Woods missing the cut, the U.S. Open's TV viewership for the final round was down 30 percent from the last time the tournament was on the West Coast. Sunday's coverage on Fox averaged 6.7 million viewers. That was down from 9.6 million when the U.S. Open was last played on the West Coast in 2012, which allows for the final holes to be played in prime time in much of the country.

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