Apr 07, 2021
Powerball results LIVE: Winning numbers for Wednesday, April 7 – $43million jackpot
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THE US Powerball lottery results are in and it's time to find out if anyone has won a life-changing amount of money.
Someone may have won $43million during tonight's drawing on April 7.1The Powerball numbers are revealed every Wednesday and SaturdayCredit: Getty Images - Getty
Tonight's winning numbers are 27, 35, 39, 51, 66 and 16 on the red Powerball.
All players must match all five white balls and the red Powerball in order to win the jackpot.
There is no guarantee that a jackpot will be awarded for every drawing.
Other smaller cash prizes are also included.
Powerball tickets cost $2 and are sold in 45 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands.
A world record jackpot of $1.586billion was hit in January 2016 and was shared by winners in California, Florida, and Tennessee.Most read in NewsPLANE STUPID Tucker rips 'woke' United for pilot diversity vow & says 'race is irrelevant'HORROR AT BORDERMigrant kids 'being sexually abused' at Texas facility as Gov slams BidenNASTY FAREWELLRude notes were left for Trump admin by sneaky celebs, Dave Chapelle claimsFLEEING IN TERROR Moment Navy medic chases down victim in shooting that injured 2 sailorsDRAMATIC VID George Floyd yelled 'I ate too many drugs' during arrest, cop attorney arguesBLAME GAMEPelosi blames Trump for border crisis & saying US on a 'good path' under Biden
The odds of winning the jackpot are 1 in 292.2 million.
The popular game launched in 1992.
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Molina homers twice to lead Cardinals past Phillies 9-4
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Yadier Molina hit two home runs, doubled and drove in four runs, and Nolan Arenado and Paul DeJong also homered in the St. Louis Cardinals’ 9-4 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies on Saturday.
Rhys Hoskins had three hits and Alec Bohm drove in two runs for the Phillies, who played without Bryce Harper. The Phillies star outfielder sat out after waking up Saturday with tightness in his lower back.
Harper said after Friday’s 9-2 win over the Cardinals that he hoped the Phillies could build some offensive momentum on that performance. But it was St. Louis whose hitters got their bats going.
The Cardinals broke the game open with six runs in the third off Matt Moore (0-1). Moore recorded consecutive outs to start the frame before a two-out barrage.
Molina drove an 82 mph changeup over the wall in left for a three-run homer that made it 3-1. DeJong followed with a solo shot to straightaway center, and it was 5-1 after Dylan Carlson’s RBI double.
Manager Joe Girardi saw enough when Moore’s first pitch to Cardinals starter Kwang Hyun Kim missed the strike zone. Philadelphia then compounded its problems when another runner reached on third baseman Bohm’s throwing error on Kim’s grounder.
The Phillies got a pair of runs back in the bottom of the frame, but the Cardinals answered with three more in the fourth on Arenado’s two-run homer and Molina’s second of the contest, a drive to deep left that made it 9-3. It was the eighth career multihomer game for the 38-year-old veteran and nine-time All-Star.
As productive as the Cardinals were, they left some runs on the field. St. Louis loaded the bases with no outs in the sixth but didn’t score. Carlson struck out and Justin Williams grounded into a 1-2-3 double play.
Kim made his first start after being sidelined by back tightness to begin the season. The left-hander had a promising debut with the Cardinals in 2020 with a 1.62 ERA in eight games, seven of which were starts. He wasn’t as stingy against the Phillies, giving up three runs and five hits with four strikeouts and a walk in three innings, but the Cardinals didn’t need him to be.
Ryan Helsley (1-0) allowed a run in 1 2/3 innings of relief to earn the victory.
Moore, an offseason free-agent signee who pitched in Japan last season, continued his early season struggles. His ERA rose to 10.64 in three starts after surrendering five earned runs and four hits with five walks in 2 2/3 innings.
TRUST THE PROCESS
St. Louis manager Mike Shildt talked in depth about the club’s hitting before the contest, saying he was encouraged by the process if not the results. Shildt pointed to the Cardinals’ ranking high in two important hitting categories, citing the fact they entered Saturday No. 1 in the league in hard-hit percentage and fourth in exit velocity as proof that positive results were forthcoming.
“We won’t excuse results, we know results and expectations are high,” he said. “But the challenge of this wonderful game that we play and we enjoy that can also be maddening at times is you can do a lot of things right and not get rewarded. … Sometimes you’ve got to let it roll a little bit. It’s not about an alibi, but we can be fact-driven and process driven.”
St. Louis’ Tommy Edman extended his hitting streak to 12 straight games with an infield single in the fifth.
Phillies: Harper was bothered by a back injury at the end of last season that affected his throwing. He may have been injured Friday when he drove two balls to the warning track and doubled with a headfirst slide into second.
Cardinals RHP John Gant (0-1, 3.00) opposes Phillies RHP Aaron Nola (0-1, 3.45) in the finale of the three-game series on Sunday.
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