Sports lineup: Apr. 9

April 8, 2014 

11:30 a.m. Alicia Wincze Hughes tweets from the Toyota Blue Grass Stakes draw. Twitter: @horseracinghl

6 p.m.Mark Maloney tweets from the Franklin County-Paul Dunbar softball game. Twitter: @markmaloneyhl

8 p.m.Mike Fields tweets from the Lafayette-Tates Creek baseball game. Twitter: @MikeFieldsNotes

TV, radio

BASEBALL

10:05 a.m.SAL: Rome at Lexington WLXG-AM 1300

NoonMLB: Padres at Indians MLB

1:30 p.m.SAL: Reds at Cardinals FS Ohio, WVLK-FM 101.5

4 p.m.MLB: Rangers at Red Sox MLB

7 p.m.MLB: Astros at Blue Jays ESPN2

8 p.m.MLB: Pirates at Cubs WGN

BASKETBALL

8 p.m.NBA: Heat at Grizzlies ESPN

8 p.m.NBA: Pacers at Bucks FS South

10:30 p.m. NBA: Thunder at Clippers ESPN

GOLF

3 p.m.Exhibition, Masters Par 3 Contest ESPN

HOCKEY

8 p.m.NHL: Red Wings at Penguins NBC Sports

10:30 p.m. NHL: Sharks at Ducks NBC Sports

HORSE RACING

7:15 a.m.Live racing begins TVG

7 p.m.Today at Keeneland CWKYT-27.2

LACROSSE

6:30 p.m.College women: Lehigh at Navy CBS Sports

SOCCER

2:30 p.m.UEFA Champions League playoffs: FS1 Manchester United at Bayern Munich

8 p.m.CONCACAF Champions League playoffs: FS1 Cruz Azul vs. Tijuana

Around town

BASEBALL

10:05 a.m.SAL: Rome vs. Lexington at Whitaker Bank Ballpark

5:30 p.m.High school: Scott County at Sayre

7:30 p.m.High school: Henry Clay at Bryan Station

8 p.m.High school: Lafayette at Tates Creek

HORSE RACING

12:35 p.m.Simulcasting begins at Keeneland

12:40 p.m.Simulcasting begins at The Red Mile

1:05 p.m.First post at Keeneland

SOFTBALL

5 p.m.College: Mississippi Valley State vs. Kentucky at John Cropp Stadium

6 p.m.High school: Franklin County at Paul Dunbar; Montgomery County at Bryan Station

7:30 p.m.High school: Woodford County at Tates Creek

TENNIS

2 p.m.College men: Ohio State vs. Kentucky at Hilary J. Boone Complex

7 p.m.College men: Morehead State vs. Kentucky at Hilary J. Boone Complex

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