Two teams clinch titles in Major League Baseball, grand jury to hear Tony Stewart case, Minnesota Vikings won’t have running back Adrian Peterson again and more in our Wednesday Sports Update…
** Two teams clinched division titles in Major League Baseball last night. Baltimore wins the AL East with a win over Toronto and Washington wins the NL East with a win over Atlanta.
** In other baseball action, Miami loses 9-1 to the New York Mets and Tampa Bay downs the New York Yankees 6-1.
** A grand jury in New York will now get the case of Tony Stewart and the accident he was involved in on a race track that killed a driver.
** The Minnesota Vikings will not have the services of running back Adrian Peterson; he has been placed on the team’s exempt list and will not be involved in any team activities until his legal proceedings have been completed.
** The Tampa Bay Bucs go for their first win of the year tomorrow night when they play the Atlanta Falcons.
** When the Gator football team plays Alabama Saturday, it will face the nation’s leading receiver in Amari Cooper who has 33 receptions for 454 yards, a figure that ranks third nationally as well.