SPORTS NEWS FOR MONDAY, JULY 15, 2002
Reds 2, Brewers 0
        Chris Reitsma, who had lost his last seven starts, pitched his first complete game - and the first by a Reds pitcher in almost a year.
Reds box, runs

Griffey won't play on road trip
        Ken Griffey Jr. isn't in Milwaukee and it doesn't look as if he's coming to Pittsburgh.

Jones cautioned not to hold out
        Akili Smith, who learned the hard way, has one piece of advice for Bengals' first-round pick Levi Jones.

Kroger Classic adds fan-friendly features
        Senior PGA Tour officials are trying out a slew of new initiatives this year in hopes of connecting better with audiences in person and on television.

British Open coverage
        Daily reports from Associated Press, plus coverage of the pro tours.
Local golf news and Tristate course guide
REDS
Reds Notebook: Kelly who? Stinnett returns
        MILWAUKEE — Kelly Stinnett was finally back with the Reds after a season of rehabbing elbow and groin problems.

Reitsma impresses Brewers
        MILWAUKEE - Chris Reitsma made sure Milwaukee fans could get home before the late news on TV.

Louisville's Hudson just misses no-hitter
        ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Luke Hudson and Scott MacRae combined for a one-hitter as the Louisville Bats shut out the Rochester Red Wings 6-0 Monday night.

LATE BASEBALL
Cardinals 4, Dodgers 2
        LOS ANGELES — Jim Edmonds hit a two-run homer and threw out a runner at home plate as the St. Louis Cardinals won a matchup of division leaders.

Giants 6, Diamondbacks 3
        SAN FRANCISCO — David Bell hit a three-run homer and the San Francisco Giants narrowed the NL West race.

Rockies 5, Padres 0
        SAN DIEGO — Rookie Denny Stark allowed one hit over six scoreless innings in his first start since June 3.

FOOTBALL
Raiders sign Gannon to six-year extension
        NEW YORK — The Oakland Raiders signed quarterback Rich Gannon to a six-year, $54 million extension Monday, a football source said.

Titans 'iron-man' Matthews retires
        HOUSTON — Bruce Matthews, the most durable offensive lineman in NFL history — not to mention one of the best — thought he would know it was time to retire when he didn't want to play anymore.

GOLF
Tiger doesn't own Muirfield yet
        GULLANE, Scotland — Tiger Woods already met his match at the British Open. After finishing a practice round Monday morning before the wind began to whip off the Firth of Forth, Woods headed directly to the driving range. But he ran into a security guard who didn't recognize him and didn't see his credentials.

British Open Notebook
        GULLANE, Scotland — The tall grass and pot bunkers brought back fond memories for David Duval. He's not in Lytham anymore, but those unique characteristics of links golf made him feel at home at Muirfield as the defending British Open champion.

N.Ky. Women's Amateur Golf Scores

MET TENNIS
16 left to vie for men's tennis title
        A new champion is waiting to claim the men's Thomas E. Price Metropolitan Tennis Championship.

OTHER SPORTS HEWS
Kentucky's new AD a man with plan
        LEXINGTON — It didn't take University of Kentucky President Lee Todd long to settle on Oregon's State's Mitch Barnhart as the school's new athletics director.

Iverson to turn self in today
        PHILADELPHIA — Allen Iverson prepared to surrender to police on charges he burst into his cousin's apartment with a handgun and threatened two men.

SUNDAY SPOTLIGHT
Will baseball strike out?
        According to a poll, 60 percent of Greater Cincinnati baseball fans familiar with the labor dispute say their interest in major-league baseball has decreased because of the threat of a strike.

Bliss wins Speedway truck race
        SPARTA, Ky. — Mike Bliss said he felt as if he'd been beaten up by 10 people. Apparently, none were NASCAR Craftsman Truck drivers, who can't catch Bliss lately.
Kroger 225 results

World's best-kept secret: Cornhole
        Besides baseball, homestyle chili and flying pigs, this city has the World's Best Kept Secret. It's called Cornhole.

SPECIAL COVERAGE
Cinergy Field: Kiss it goodbye
        Opening Day marked the beginning of the end for the stadium on the riverfront. Our special section takes you back to the special moments of the past 32 years.

Where high school stars are going to college
Kentucky Speedway coverage
Local college football schedules
2002 Flying Pig Marathon, including searchable results