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 TORONTO -- R.A. Dickey hasnt had the best of luck at home this season, giving up 21 more runs at Rogers Centre than he has while pitching on the road. But on Saturday afternoon, the Toronto pitcher was close to flawless. Dickey worked eight solid innings, striking out six and giving up two runs on seven hits and two walks as the Blue Jays defeated the Kansas City Royals 4-2. For the 38-year-old, Saturdays success was about taming his wild knuckleball by controlling its velocity. "An observant person probably saw that I changed speeds quite a bit today and was able to keep the slower knuckleball down and got some outs with it," Dickey said. "When you can add and subtract speed in the strike zone, youre going to have a better chance of your opponent mis-hitting balls and that was helpful for me today. "I took some risks and they paid off and hopefully I can just continue to get better." When Dickey (11-12) left the game after the top of the eighth, Toronto was down 2-0. But as he sat in the dugout with another pending loss hanging over his head, the Blue Jays came alive, taking advantage of some sloppy defence and ineffective pitching to score three unearned runs in the eighth inning. Shortstop Alcides Escobar blew a tailor-made double-play ball and Aaron Crow would later walk in two runs as the Blue Jays won their third game in a row. Jose Reyes hit three singles and Casey Janssen pitched the ninth to pick up his 26th save for Toronto (62-74). "It is very rare, especially late in the game like that because most of the time your opponents better relievers are coming in with a one-, two-, three-run lead so you dont see that happening very often," Dickey said of his teammates late rally. "I was very fortunate. "It wasnt an expectation. I certainly thought we had a chance to tie it, but the way that it happened, you dont see that very often." Blue Jays manager John Gibbons was impressed with his starters outing. "Its been a battle for him here this year but hes on a nice little run, too. Hes pitching very well," Gibbons said. "They scored those two runs early on but that was it, so thats all you can ask for -- eight strong innings. "After Buehrle last night, Dickey today, thats just what we need. Thats why we brought them over, to pitch games like this. Youre not going to get shutouts every time but you want them to hold the game within reason and give you a shot late." Blue Jays rookie Ryan Goins reached base on the Escobar error in the eighth while Reyes moved to second. Edwin Encarnacion walked to load the bases, with Crow coming in to replace Will Smith. Crow struck out pinch-hitter Mark DeRosa for the second out but unravelled from there, walking Brett Lawrie of Langley, B.C., to put Toronto in front and then giving the Blue Jays another run by walking Rajai Davis. Ned Yost came out to replace his pitcher and had some words for home-plate umpire Will Little, who ejected the Kansas City manager. Tim Collins came on in relief and got J.P. Arencibia to fly out. "Crow finally throws a strike and it gets called a ball," Yost said. "A strike is a strike ... you dont miss a pitch on a crucial situation like that. If he throws a ball, OK. But I think the replay will show it was definitely a strike." First baseman Eric Hosmer had two hits and drove in a run for Kansas City (69-66) and Escobar picked up the Royals other RBI on a two-out single to score Salvador Perez. Former Blue Jay Emilio Bonifacio had a triple and scored in the third inning for Kansas City. He also struck out three times. Jeremy Guthrie pitched seven strong innings for the Royals, allowing one run on eight hits while striking out four. Kelvin Herrera (5-7) shouldered the loss. The Blue Jays scored their first run in the seventh inning when Josh Thole drove a ball down the left-field line to score Davis. Thole was thrown out at second base on the play. The Blue Jays made a few other base-running blunders during the game. Goins was thrown out trying to go from first base to third on a single by Adam Lind in the first inning, and Reyes was thrown out at second trying to stretch a single into a double in the third. "Baserunning wasnt good today," Gibbons said. "The one with Goins going to third base, thats right in front of him. Hell learn theres certain left-fielders -- Gordons one of the best, a gold-glover. Reyes, Ive got no problem. He runs, thats the way he is. "The Thole one, we cant do that, especially in a tight ball game. Were lucky that didnt come back to bite us." Goins picked up a single in the first inning to extend his hitting streak to eight games. That tied Jesse Barfields team record for the longest hitting streak to begin a major-league career. Barfield set the mark in 1981. NOTES: Encarnacion is one home run shy of becoming the fourth Blue Jay in club history to record 35-plus home runs in back-to-back seasons. The other three players are Carlos Delgado, Shawn Green and Jose Bautista. ... Attendance at Rogers Centre was 34,315. ... The Blue Jays wrap up their three-game series with Kansas City on Sunday. Toronto left-hander J.A. Happ (3-4, 5.46 earned-run average) gets the start for the Jays against Royals right-hander James Shields (9-8, 3.14 ERA). cheap jerseys authentic. "I dont know that were close," said general manager Alex Anthopoulos. "I just think, right now, the acquisition cost just doesnt work for us right now. 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 OTTAWA -- Canadian figure skater Kevin Reynolds withdrew from the Cup of China figure skating competition Wednesday due to equipment issues. He has been struggling with skate problems since the start of the season. Reynolds has been unable to get the boots to fit properly and it has resulted in missed training time, Skate Canada said in a release. The 23-year-old native of North Vancouver, B.C., was the lone Canadian entry at the Nov. 1-3 ISU Grand Prix event in Beijing. Reynolds is coming off a breakout season. He won the Four Continents event in Japan and was fifth at the 2013 world championships. Saucony Grid 9000 For Sale. Murray beat Sam Querrey 7-6 (5), 6-7 (3), 6-1, 6-3 to clinch Britains opening-round victory against the United States on Sunday at Petco Park. "Im proud of the way Im playing just now, because I had to do a lot of work to get back to where I want to be," Murray said after celebrating with his teammates on the red clay court in a temporary stadium in left field of the downtown home of baseballs San Diego Padres. Saucony Discount Shoes.com) - The Edmonton Oilers and Vancouver Canucks both take aim at their first wins of the season on Saturday, as the Canucks open their home slate at Rogers Arena. http://www.sauconyshoesoutletsale.com/saucony-shadow-6000.html. Michell Burger, a woman who lives on an estate next to Pistorius gated community, said she and her husband were awoken by the screams in the pre-dawn hours of Feb. 14 last year, when Pistorius killed Reeva Steenkamp by shooting four times through a door in his bathroom. Saucony Shadow 5000. In taking its goal tally to 99 in all competitions already this season, City delivered another demonstration of its lethal firepower at Etihad Stadium to set up a fourth-round match at home to another second-tier team -- Watford. http://www.sauconyshoesoutletsale.com/saucony-men-s-jazz-original-retro-grey-black-lime-sneakers.html. At a Manhattan federal court hearing, attorney Jordan Siev said his law office has gotten more evidence nearly every day to support its lawsuit accusing MLB and Selig of going on a "witch hunt" to ruin Rodriguezs reputation and career. He said the defendants went "way over the line.You wait for one catch in a million - and then two turn up in the same game! Watch the video above to see how one 16-year-old became the first lucky entrant into the T20 Challenges Catch a Million competition just overs before a 17-year-old supporter halved his potential winnings by following up with another brilliant effort in the video below.Both will have to wait, though, to claim any cash as the competition is only open to people aged over 18 - the money being held in a trust until then. Under Catch a Million rules, fans can win a share of one million rand at televised game - all thats required is a clean one-handed catch in the crowd. Oh, and you have to be 18.First Qaasim Adams, batting for Titans, swung Lions seamer Willem Mulder high over mid-wicket where the supporter was standing on a bench, demonstrating great balance to pull off a blinder of a catch one-handed while leaning forward. Watch how a 17-year-old supporter became the second fan to qualify for T20 Challenge Catch a Million competition. Mulder was again the bowler on the receiving end as Heino Kuhn went large leg-side and deposited the ball over mid-wicket where another fan plucked the ball out of the air as it crept over the advertising hoardings before sprinting off in celebration, pursued by his friends, and launching the ball into the night air.dddddddddddd Live CSA T20 Slam Cricket November 13, 2016, 12:30pm Live on Get Sky Sports Get a Sky Sports pass No wonder - it was the second time that the fan had taken a one-handed catch in the competition! He repeated the trick after his first effort, the very first one-handed catch ever recorded in the maiden year of the Catch a Million competition, was ruled out under different rules because he was too young.Hows your luck?Kuhns unbeaten 83 proved the decisive innings of the contest as the Titans chalked up 194-4 off their 20 overs before restricting Lions to 152-8 despite Rassie van der Dussens 51 off 28 balls - Titans winning by 42 runs. Watch NOW TV Watch Sky Sports for just £6.99. No contract. Live coverage of the T20 Challenge continues on Sky Sports with Dolphins against Warriors from 12.30pm this Sunday on Sky Sports Mix. Also See: T20 Challenge homepage Van Schalkwyk throws bat Fixtures/results Live cricket on Sky Wholesale Jerseys ' ' '
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 Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has been criticised for not using Anthony Martial as a striker, but is he more effective on the wing? The statistics throw up some interesting results… Anthony Martial has been one of the most talked-about players in the Premier League since Manchester United made him the most expensive teenager in football history on the final day of the summer transfer window.At first, the discussion centred on how the little-known Frenchman could possibly justify a transfer fee that could reportedly rise as high as £61.5m. Louis van Gaal and the player himself called it crazy money, and many observers saw it as a desperate move by United after missing out on bigger names. Martial, though, didnt take long to silence his doubters. He marked his Premier League debut by coming off the bench to score an unforgettable solo goal in a 3-1 win over Liverpool on September 12, and a week later netted a clinical brace in a 3-2 victory over Southampton at St Marys Stadium.Suddenly, the crazy transfer fee looked like a shrewd piece of business for a side desperately lacking spark in the final third. Martials emergence has been one of few bright spots in Uniteds disappointing season, and with the 20-year-olds talent no longer up for debate, the discussion has turned to where exactly he is at his most effective.Van Gaal has provoked the ire of many Manchester United supporters by fielding Martial on the left flank for much of the campaign. The frustration is understandable. The former Monaco man is routinely their most threatening attacking player, after all, and with seven Premier League goals he is also joint-top of their scoring charts. Anthony Martial scores for Manchester United against Stoke in February So is Martial wasted out wide? Sky Sports pundit Thierry Henry is among the leading voices to have said so, but Van Gaal has refused to bow to external pressure. The United boss has explained his stance by saying he puts the teams needs before those of any individual, but he might have been better off pointing to the stats. Anthony Martial comparison - Premier League 2015/16 PL 2015/16 Martial starting as striker Martial starting out wide Starts 9 13 Goals 2 4 Assists 1 2 Total shots per 90 mins 1.7 1.9 Shots on target per 90 mins 0.6 0.7 Chances created per 90 mins 1.1 1.2 Succ. dribbles per 90 mins 2.3 2.8 Touches per 90 mins 45.2 50.9 According to Opta, Martial has begun nine Premier League games as a striker and 13 out wide, and the stats show his starts on the flanks have been more productive in all attacking departments. There, Martial has averaged more goals, more assists, more shots, more chances created and more dribbles per 90 minutes than he has up front. Is Europa hangover real? Does playing in the competition affect a clubs domestic form? His two-goal performance against Southampton in September was an early indication of just how devastating he can be through the middle, but eight Premier League starts as a striker since have yielded no goals and only a single assist. Even more damningly, Martial has only mustered one shot on target in his last five starts up front combined. In those 450 minutes, the Red Devils claimed just two points and only managed to score twice. Anthony Martials last five starts as a striker - Premier League 2015/16 Opponent Result Mins played Goals Assists Shots on target Leicester City D 1-1 90 0 0 0 West Ham D 0-0 90 0 0 0 Bournemouth L 1-2 90 0 0 0 Stoke City L 0-2 90 0 0 1 Southampton L 0-1 90 0 0 0 It is equally significant that Uniteds results have been notably better with Martial stationed out wide. With the Frenchman starting through the middle, they have recorded three wins, two draws and four defeats, giving them an average of just 1.22 points per game. With Martial on the flank, however, their record of five wins, five draws and three defeats equates to 1.54 points per game. Manchester United with Martial starting up front v starting out wide - Premier League 2015/16 Manchester United Played Won Drawn Lost Points per game With Martial starting as striker 9 3 2 3 1.22 With Martial starting out wide 13 5 5 3 1.54 In the continued absence of the injured Wayne Rooney, it remains to be seen whether Van Gaal will keep faith with youngster Marcus Rashford or opt for Martial to lead the line in Uniteds Europa League return-leg with Liverpool and the Manchester derby at the Etihad Stadium on Super Sunday. United need Rooney back Wayne Rooneys return will boost United for the final stretch of the season, says Denis Law. But with the stats in mind, perhaps it wouldnt be too much of a surprise to see Martial finish the season on the flank. 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NEW YORK -- Minnesota manager Ron Gardenhire is realistic. Taking two out of three from the Yankees for their first series win in New York in more than a decade is not going wipe out the Twins horrid first half. It sure feels good, though. Aaron Hicks hit a three-run homer a pitch after shortstop Eduardo Nunez made a two-out throwing error, and Minnesota took advantage of some Yankees miscues and misfortune to beat CC Sabathia for the first time in six years, 10-4 Sunday. "You still have to live with the way we played in the first half and our record is not very good," Gardenhire said, quickly adding: "Guys are smiling and thats what we want to see." Justin Morneau had three hits -- two very well placed -- as Minnesota won a series at Yankee Stadium for the first time since taking a set at the old ballpark in 2001. Still, the Twins are 9-31 here starting a year later. Theyd had even less success against Sabathia (9-8), going 0-11 in 12 games including the post-season after beating him on July 29, 2007. "Things went our way and that hasnt happened here in a long time," Gardenhire said. The Yankees made two errors that led to five unearned runs. They also hit into four double plays -- two on baserunning blunders by Zoilo Almonte -- in making it plenty easy for the Twins in the teams final game before the All-Star break. The fans let New York know their displeasure, booing relentlessly after the Yankees fell behind 8-1 in the fourth. Rookie Kyle Gibson (2-2) benefited from the sloppy play to earn his second win in four career starts. He pitched five-plus shaky innings, yielding three runs -- two earned -- on five hits and four walks. Minnesota improved to 3-7 on a 10-game road trip and is 39-53. "Its been a terrible road trip," Ryan Doumit said. "Its nice to win two out of three going into the break, give us a little bit of a momentum, especially two out of three against the Yankees at their place is big for us." After the game, Gardehire said the team is making three moves, sending outfielders Oswaldo Arcia and Chris Parmelee and infielder Eduardo Escobar to Triple-A Rochester. "They need to go swing, all of them do," said Gardenhire, who emphasized all three are part of the clubs future. To take their spots, the Twins will purchase the contract of infielder Doug Bernier and recall catcher Chris Herrmann from Rochester. A third move will be made sometime before Fridays game against Cleveland. New York goes into the break 51-44, good for fourth place in the AL East. "I think wee just need to be more consistent, we got to stay out of stretches where we dont score runs," Yankees manager Joe Girardi said.dddddddddddd "We have to be more consistent offensively and if we do that, were going to have a shot." Sabathia gave up a season-high eight runs -- three earned -- and matched his low of four innings this year. Lyle Overbay couldnt handle Doumits two-out hot shot to first base with the bases loaded in the fourth for an error to let in two runs to make it 8-1. The previous batter, Morneau hit a popup in between the mound and second base that was just out of a lunging Sabathias reach. Sabathia slid on his knees after missing the ball as Jamey Carroll scored. In the third, Morneau, who came in batting .128 against Sabathia, hit a short fly to right that hit off second baseman Robinson Canos glove for a double. Nunez made his error two batters later and Hicks connected for a 5-0 lead. Sabathia shouted and Nunez took off his glove and held his hand on his hip as Hicks rounded the bases with his eighth homer of the year. "Guys are going to make errors," Sabathia said. "Its up to the pitcher to make pitches." In the first inning, Almonte burst off first base on Canos sharp liner to right and was doubled off to end the inning. The rookie tried tagging up on a routine fly to left field in the third but was out at home by several feet. Almonte reached on second baseman Brian Doziers fielding error and advanced on Canos RBI single that made it 5-1 and a groundout. Carroll -- in the lineup because he was 4 for 10 against Sabathia -- and Pedro Florimon had RBI singles in the second. Ichiro Suzuki, who had three hits, homered in the seventh to make it 8-4. Dozier had an RBI double in the eighth and Yankees catcher Chris Stewarts passed ball allowed one more in the ninth. NOTES: Cano had at least one RBI in all seven games against the Twins this year. He had nine in a four-game sweep at Minnesota. ... Girardi said Andy Pettitte will start Friday at Boston in the first game after the break. He will be followed by Hiroki Kuroda and Sabathia. ... 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 ST. LOUIS -- The New York Mets signed Rick Ankiel and started him in centre field on Monday night against the St. Louis Cardinals, the team that converted him from wild lefty to outfielder. The 33-year-old thought it a bit comforting that he returned to the majors in St. Louis, where he arrived as a hard-throwing lefty starter in 1999 but couldnt control his pitches. Hes been an outfielder since 2005 and hit a career-best 25 homers with 71 RBIs with St. Louis in 2008. "Obviously, Ive played here in Busch Stadium quite a bit, and its just kind of ironic the first game back is here in St. Louis," Ankiel said. "But itll be fun and Im excited to get out there." Also, the Mets said three days rest was prescribed for closer Frank Francisco, who had been close to returning from rehabilitation before getting scratched from a bullpen session Saturday. Francisco was diagnosed with a mild strain of the flexor pronator in his surgically-repaired right elbow. "I guess you could say its a mild setback," assistant general manager John Ricco said. Ankiel said hed been in contact with the Mets the last two days while at home in Fort Pierce, Fla., and admitted he hadnt been sure hed get another shot. He hit .194 with five homers and 11 RBIs for Houston, which had signed him to a $750,000, one-year deal. He struck out 35 times in 65 at-bats with "You dont know, you really dont," Ankiel said. "I figured I would, and I was hoping I would and it did." Ankiel was designated for assignment by the Houston Astros last week and cleared waivers on Sunday. "I thought it was quick but it is what it is," Ankiel said. "I wasnt happy about the inconsistency, but my power was there. But it was early and I hope I get that turned around." The Mets made the somewhat surprising move given theyd struck out 28 times the previous two games and manager Terry Collins had expressed concern about the lack of contact. They lost the last three games of a 4-6 homestand in which they went 7 for 40 with runners in scoring position. Ankiel was the choice as an above-average defensive outfielder with a veteran presence when "youre looking at whats available," Ricco said. "Obviously, youd like to hit on everything," Ricco said. "I think hes going to work with our guys and we have a lot of confidence ... he can cut strikeouts and still provide power." Collins thought getting a fresh start might click for Ankiel, as it has catcher John Buck. He planned on platooning the left-hand hitting Ankiel with Juan Legares, and planned on talking to Ankiel about his approach at the plate and point out the Mets already have plenty of power. "Maybe a change of scenery right now is good for him and will get him going," Collins said. "Certainly his bat can be dangerous at times, so were anxious to get him in the lineup. Were hoping he helps us out." Outfielder Andrew Brown was optioned to Triple-A Las Vegas and right-hander Jenrry Mejia was transferred to the 60-day disabled list from the 15-day DL to make room on the 40-man roster. Ankiel arrived at Busch Stadium about 3 1-2 hours before gametime and joked about meeting reporters before speaking with Collins. "Certainly, coming here we dont have to worry about him not knowing the field, thats for sure, "Collins said. "Obviously, hes a great defender, we all know that, and if he doesnt have the strongest arm in the league hes got one of the top arms in all of baseball." Ankiel was the Cardinals centre fielder in May 2009 when he slammed into a fence at full speed on a running catch and ended up with whiplash and a shoulder injury. Manager Tony La Russa kept Ankiels hat, bent in half, on a shelf in his office. Ankiel is among four players in major league history to make at least 40 starts as a pitcher and hit 40 homers, with Babe Ruth the standout of that group. 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 The St. Louis Blues announced Thursday that the club has re-signed restricted free agent goaltender Jake Allen to a two-year contract. According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Allen receives a two-way contract in the first year that pays $750,000 in the NHL and $125,000 in the AHL. The second year is a one-way deal worth $850,000. Allen, 22, led all rookie goaltenders this past season with nine wins (9-4) and a 2.46 goals-against average. He ranked second among rookies with a .905 save percentage. He also dressed in 35 games with the American Hockey Leagues Peoria Rivermen, posting a 13-19-2 record along with a 2.89 goals against average and a .904 save percentage. The Fredericton, New Brunswick native was drafted by the Blues in the second round, 34th overall, in the 2008 NHL Draft. Lenny Dykstra Jersey. I cant pinpoint a date, but I do remember a player from my youth. 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The players spoke Jan. 13 during a Major League Baseball Players Association conference call after Rodriguez sued the union and Major League Baseball to overturn an arbitrators decision suspending him for the 2014 season and post-season. Wilmer Flores Jersey. -- In a span of seven Washington Redskins offensive plays, Justin Tuck sacked Robert Griffin III four times.This is a great bar room trivia question that is sure to puzzle a few people before they clue in. Name three Hall of Famers who managed in Toronto. If youre talking Blue Jays, the answer is none, at least not until next year. But well get to that later. The answer is three. All three managed the old Toronto Maple Leafs of the International League. Going in reverse order, the late Dick Williams led the Leafs to two Governors Cup titles before being promoted to the parent Boston Red Sox for the 1967 season. He led the Bo-Sox to that "Miracle Pennant", before they lost to St. Louis in the World Series. Williams went on to win two World Series in Oakland before losing one in San Diego. Of all his managerial stints in the Majors, his longest was in Montreal where he lasted five years and compiled a record of 727-380. Dick Williams was named to the Hall of Fame by the Veterans Committee in 2008. The Manager who preceded Williams as skipper was George "Sparky"Anderson, who was a fan favourite with the Leafs as well. "Sparky" went on to have a sterling 26-year career in the Majors with the Cincinnati Reds and the Detroit Tigers, winning World Series titles with both clubs. He was elected to the Hall of Fame in 2000. You have to go way back to come up with the third name and he is unquestionably, the greatest player ever to manage in Toronto. Napolean Lajoie, though born in the States, had Canadian roots as his parent hailed from Quebec. He was the best second baseman of his era, and along with Ty Cobb the most fearsome hitter. He left the Majors after the 1916 season with the second most hits all-time and a career .338 batting average. Lajoie was so revered during his time in Cleveland the teams nick-name was actually changed from the Broncos to the "Naps", before later becoming the Indians after he left the team. In 1917, Lajoie became player-manager of the Maple Leafs. Not only did the team win the International League pennant (the first Lajoie had won in his career), he also won the league batting title with a .380 average. He moved on to other challenges after that 1917 campaign. This brings us back to two former Blue Jays managers, who will be eligible for the Hall of Fame in 2014, the next time post 1972 vintage managers can be elected. Bobby Cox who led the Blue Jays to their first Division title in 1985, but built the bulk of his Hall of Fame legacy in Atlanta is a ccinch to get in.dddddddddddd He may have only won one World Series title in 1995 with Atlanta, but he is a four-time manager of the year, the only one to win the award in consecutive years and has the fourth highest wins amongst managers all-time. Cox who turned 72 this week, also holds the record for most ejections at 158, plus three more in the post-season. Cito Gaston is also up for consideration. Yes his won-loss record of 894-837 in two separate stints with the Jays pales in comparison to Cox and other great managers. But Cito did guide the Blue Jays to four division titles, two American League Championships and back-to-back World Series victories in 1992 and 93. He was also the first African American Manager to win a "Fall Classic". Cito originally came to the Blue Jays to work on Bobby Cox staff as the hitting coach. It would be incredible to see them elected to the hallowed Hall in the same year. Im not sure it will happen because of the huge shadow cast by Cox, but I hope one day, the 69 year old Gaston will get his due recognition. Speaking of the Hall of Fame, the career of Giants right hander Matt Cain is going to bear watching over the next few years. Though he has assumed the mantle of ace of the Giants staff, and has two World Series rings to his credit, Cains record is only 88-80. He has a strong era of 3.35. Hes 4-2 in the post season with an even better earned run average of 2.10. As good as he is and vital as he is to the Giants staff, he hasnt had a run yet of truly dominant seasons. At 28 he should be just entering his prime. Another reason I mention Cain is because his childhood pitching instructor was none other than former Blue Jays right hander Mauro "Goose" Gozzo, who had a ranch not too far from the Cain home in suburban Memphis Tennessee. Gozzo, perhaps inspired by what he saw in the 11 year old Cain, quit his job at a waste management firm and became a full-time pitching instructor. Gozzo only pitched in Toronto for one season. Ironically, it was Cito Gastons first year at the helm, 1989. He went 4-1 and helped the Jays to their second division title and first under Gaston. After that Gozzo drifted from the Twins to Cleveland and finally the Mets before leaving the game following the 1994 season that was ultimately shortened and wiped out by the strike. His career record was only 7-7, yet "Goose" Gozzo helped Matt Cain become the pitcher he is today. Wholesale Jerseys ' ' '
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 Niki Lauda has told Sky Sports News HQ he wants Nico Rosbergs Mercedes future sorted in the next three weeks. Rosberg has been with the world champions since 2010 but his current deal expires at the end of this season, with reports in Italy linking him with a high-profile switch to rivals Ferrari.Both driver and team have been insistent that they would like things to stay as they are, however, and Mercedes non-executive chairman Lauda wants the situation cleared up soon. Im sure we want to keep Nico, and Nico wants to stay, Lauda told Sky Sports News HQs Craig Slater at the Monaco GP. I dont see any issues at all and this will be fixed very soon.Monaco GP P2: Ricciardo faster than HamiltonWe have to decide it in the next three weeks. This is my point of view, to let him know that we all stick together for the next couple of years.This is my suggestion, but Im only the chairman. Toto [Wolff] will handle it and Ill watch it. Nico Rosberg refused to answer questions on whether he had spoken to Lewis Hamilton since their coming together in Spain Mercedes confirmed a new three-year deal for Hamilton at last years race in the principality, but team boss Toto Wolff told SSNHQ on Wednesday there would be no such announcement regarding Rosbergs future this weekend.But Wolff, who has been quoted in the foreign media talking up Fernando Alonso as a possible replacement, was eager to downplay the possibility of Rosberg, the current championship leader, leaving.The F1 Gossip ColumnWe are having talks and we are just finding out what we want, what each others objectives are, and this is a regular process, the teams principal said.I would not be surprised [if he was approached by Ferrari]. Hes a great driver, hes a good asset for everybody. I dont know if it happened, but if it happened thats pretty normal. Sky Italias Antonio Boselli discusses the rumours on the possible Nico Rosberg move to Ferrari But would the long-running feud between himself and Hamilton affect the decision, especially after their crash at the Spanish GP?Absolutely not, Wolff added. Hes been part of the Mercedes family since the journey began in 2010, hes the current championship leader, has won seven races in a row, nobody ever doubts in his capabilities.Rosberg has four wins to his name this season but was off the pace on the first day of running in Monaco, trailing Lewis Hamilton in both sessions.Watch the Monaco GP live on Sky Sports F1. The race starts at 1pm on Sunday, with build-up underway at 11.30am. Or watch the race without a contract for £6.99 on NOW TV. Also See: Ricciardo faster than Hamilton Hamilton & Rosberg hold talks Whens the Monaco GP on Sky? Nico: Lewis relations unchanged Corey Dickerson Jersey. 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Ellis hit two-run homers and the NL West champion Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the San Diego Padres 4-0 Saturday night. Drew Smyly Jersey. The next step is a better finish. Bae played bogey-free Friday on another gorgeous day at Riviera for a 5-under 66, giving him a one-shot lead over Aaron Baddeley and Robert Garrigus going into the weekend.Ryan Moore admits Minding hasnt had an ideal preparation for Fridays Investec Oaks at Epsom - but he cant find a rival hes afraid of either. He was aboard the Aidan OBrien-trained filly for an impressive win in the Qipco 1000 Guineas at Newmarket but the pair then met with a surprise defeat in the Irish equivalent at the Curragh.The daughter of Galileo banged her head on the stalls prior to going down in a photo finish to Jet Setting but her jockey is more inclined to blame the ground rather than that incident for the result. Writing in his exclusive Betfair blog he said: My high opinion of this filly is well-known and I was gutted that she got beaten in the Irish 1,000 Guineas. But it was a late decision to run in the race after Ballydoyle was found to be off-colour and the fact that she banged her head coming out of the stalls didnt help.However, ultimately, I think that she just found the ground too soft for her against a filly who relished the conditions, and the pair did pull 10 lengths clear of the third. So, yes, you could say that she hasnt had an ideal preparation for this race and that she would want better ground, though it can dry out very quickly here. And she obviously has her stamina to prove. But I think she will stay okay, and you have to look at the opposition when making those kind of assessments.In my opinion she will stay well enough in this company, as I think the formbook tells you that she goes into the race as much the best filly and, to be honest, I am struggling to see one that I am afraid of.Moore also partnered the other Ballydoyle runners, Seventh Heavven and Somehow, to victory in their Epsom trials at Lingfield and Chester respectively.ddddddddddddHe added: Because Seventh Heaven didnt handle the track when beating Architecture at Lingfield, it has been suggested that she wont handle Epsom. I dont buy that argument myself. Lingfield was hard and rough and had holes in it - I walked the track beforehand - and I think we can rest assured that Epsom will present a better surface. Seventh Heaven is a nice big, scopey filly with improvement in her, but soft ground could be a worry for her.Aidans other filly, Somehow, was very green at Chester and would have learned a great deal that day, but the bare form of that race - where Diamonds Pour Moi finished third - does leave her with an awful lot to find with Minding, and the likes of Turret Rocks.Speaking to At The Races, OBrien added: Everyone is happy with the way everything is with Minding so far. She hasnt done much since The Curragh, but Yvonne who rides her every day, was very happy with her this morning. Youre never sure stepping up from a mile to a mile and a half but she has form with an ease in the ground.Both of the other fillies, youd say Epsom might be a little tricky for them, but both have come forward since then very well. I suppose Colms filly [Seventh Heaven] wouldnt want the ground to get too soft, whereas Seamuss filly [Somehow] might just handle it that little bit better, like her mother did. 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 Star Calgary running back Jon Cornish may get odd looks when he stands on one foot ordering lunch or spins through a doorway. But he says he cant stop working on ways to improve his game, after setting a new CFL record last season for a Canadian with 1,457 rushing yards. "You just live like that and it becomes your norm. If people think its weird then, whatever," he said Thursday on a CFL pre-season conference call. This season he says he wants to work on his pass routes and other aspects of his game he thinks can improve, such as his emotional response. He recalls one game in particular against the Toronto Argonauts. "I had a penalty that possibly cost us a touchdown," he said. "That kind of emotional outburst is something that I want to have restrained." He says that kind of growth comes with maturity. "I feel like Im a more mature player at this point and I can better deal with any negatives." Despite the breakout numbers, it wasnt all highlight reels in 2012 for the 28-year-old, who was picked 13th overall in the second round of the 2006 CFL draft. After lending a major hand in the 11-2 run that overcame a slow start and got them into the Grey Cup, Cornish and the Stamps were shut down by the Toronto Argonauts, who emerged 35-22 winners. Coach John Hufnagel says he wants to once again see Cornish be a factor in each and every game. But he adds that he particularly respects the way Cornish bounced back and tried even harder if he had an off game, like his minus-one-yard effort in Week 5 last season. Hufnagel also says Drew Tate is definitely the teams No. 1 quarterback going into camp. He has recovered from a fractured wrist that put backup Kevin Glenn in for the West final and the Grey Cup, after Glenn subbed for Tate earlier in the season due to another injury. "Hes ready to play, Im ready to have him on the field playing," Hufnagel said of Tate, although he also expressed a lot of confidence in Glenn and Bo Levi Mitchell as backups. "Right now quarterback is in my belief a position of strength for us but Drew will be the starter coming into training camp." Tate has worked out with a mixed martial arts trainer to improve his core strength but the coach says his No. 1 pivot has no desire to climb in the Octagon, like Toronto Argonauts running back Chad Owens, last seasons MVP and all-purpose yards leader. Owens surprised even the Argos when he entered the cage in Hawaii in April, earning a unanimous decision over another MMA newcomer. Despite their apparent strength, the Stampeders have been bringing a lot of young players into camp this season, adding three more Thursday -- import receiver Donavon Kemp, import defensive lineman Aronde Stanton and import defensive back Jerett Sanderson. 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Carleton has resurrected its football program this season after pulling the plug on the team after the 1998 season. Trailing 24-0 in the third quarter, Van Wynsberghe caught a 22-yard pass from Jesse Mills to cut the Waterloo lead. Carleton had to settle for a field goal and a rouge in last weekends season-opening 71-4 road loss to the Western Mustangs. Elsewhere in the CIS it was: No. 1 Laval 20, Sherbrooke 0; No. 3 Queens 49, Windsor 34; No. 4 Western 58, No. 6 McMaster 15; Ottawa 34, Toronto 10; York 33, Laurier 20; St. FX 31, Mount Allison 10; Saskatchewan 36, Manitoba 34 and UBC 39, Alberta 36 (OT). At Ottawa, Jamie Cook was 19-of-28 passing for 242 yards and touchdown for Waterloo (1-2). He also rushed nine times for 70 yards and TD Nick Anapolsky was Cooks top target, hauling in 12 catches for 110 yards and touchdown, Danny Silvestri rushed 13 times for 120 yards and two scores. Mills finished 11-of-15 passing for 134 yards and the TD to Van Wynsberghe, who finished with six catches for 87 yards. After Carleton (0-2) finally got on the board, Waterloo exploded with 23 unanswered points in the fourth to put the game well out of reach. No. 1 Laval 20, Sherbrooke 0 At Sherbrooke, Que., quarterback Tristan Grenon rushed for one touchdown and completed 15 of 28 passes for 167 yards and an interception, but it was enough to power the Rouge et Or (2-0) past the Vert et Or (0-2). No. 3 Queens 49, Windsor 34 At Kinggston, Ont.dddddddddddd., the Gaels (3-0) defeated the Lancers (1-2), as quarterback Billy McPhee threw for 297 yards and three touchdowns. Wide receiver Scott Macdonell picked up 97 yards and a touchdown in the victory. 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 BUFFALO – Maple Leafs general manager Dave Nonis has a pretty good understanding of all that Mason Raymond can offer. But when it comes to determining if Raymond will find a place on the Leafs roster when training camp concludes in a week, well, that decision will ultimately fall to the head coach. “Its not really me,” Nonis said, minutes before the Leafs and Sabres squared off at First Niagara Center on Saturday. “Im comfortable with Mason. I know what hes like as a person and I think everyone is comfortable with him as a player. Its where Randy sees him. Where does he fit in the lineup?” Nonis and his management team will certainly have their input in the series of roster decisions still looming for the Leafs, but according to Nonis, Carlyle will have the final say. “I cant tell him to put someone into the lineup that he doesnt want in the lineup,” Nonis opined of the decision-making process. “He has full control over who makes this team and who doesnt. But we all spend a lot of time discussing the benefits of certain people and their strengths and weaknesses. I think its a pretty healthy relationship and open dialogue both ways to make sure that were all on the same page and were all pushing toward the same goal with the same pieces.” Signed to a professional tryout on the eve of training camp and a second round selection of Nonis in Vancouver, Raymond is among the more intriguing pieces vying for a place on the Toronto roster. With loads of speed and a fair amount of skill, the now 27-year-old offers Carlyle the prospect of depth and versatility in the forward ranks. Scoring twice in his first two exhibition matches, he has made an immediate impression. Surely a more complex case for the head coach is 19-year-old Morgan Rielly, whom the Leafs can either keep in the NHL or return to the junior circuit in Moose Jaw. “Hes making it as hard as I thought hed make it,” Nonis said of Rielly, who suited up for the first three exhibition games, sitting out in Buffalo. Carlyle suggested at the outset of camp that the determination process with Rielly would lie in whether he could capably contribute 12-15 minutes a night or was better off dominating with the Warriors, conceding the value of both options. “Randy knows what hes looking for,” Nonis continued. “He had a different player but a pretty good example of that in Cam Fowler. I think he was always looking for [Fowler] to falter and he never did and Randy used him more and more. And if he wouldve faltered Im sure Randy wouldve pulled him out. Thats the same kind of scenario here with Morgan. If hes ready then hell go in.” Though Nonis stated explicitly that Carlyle has final say on roster decisions, the coach, for one, seems to value the opinions of those around him, taking stock of a range of voices across the organization before settling on a decision. “We converse daily, sometimes two or three times a day,” Carlyle said of his conversations with management after a lengthy 3-2 shootout victory. “If its not [Dave Nonis], its [Dave Poulin], its Claude Loiselle, Cliff Fletcher, Bobby Carpenters here, Steve Kaspers around; theres an armada of management that we make sure that we all have a voice and an opinion. We as a coaching staff talk behind closed doors quite a bit ourselves about what our feelings are and we want to make sure were consistent with what we see and we voice our opinion to the management staff. “When youre in the situation were in I think that you try to take everybodys opinion.” “Well have long discussions about it,” Nonis concluded. “Its probably the same way that I use Randy when were trying to make a trade, I seek his opinion. And at the end of the day we do what we need to do as a staff. I think its the same way from his standpoint; hell seek our opinion, but hes picking the team.” Five Points 1. Rangers shootout attempt The shootout lasted 15 rounds and exactly 30 shooters on Saturday, capped by Jay McClements eventual winner. But the highlight of the exhibition proceeding had to have been Paul Ranger, who offered a truly creative attempt against the Sabres goaltender. “Its a kick-shot,” Ranger said afterward of his failed effort on Jhonas Enroth. “I dont know how else to describe. I learned it when I was probably 10 or 11 years old.” With the shootout dragging with no end apparently in sight, shot after shot turned aside, Ranger decided that when his name was eventually called he would attempt the unusual and unpredictable. “Thats the cool part of it is that I have no idea where its going and the goalie doesnt either ‘cause I sure dont,” he grinned. 2. Reimers second effort James Reimer made his first full outing of the exhibition season, stopping 38 of the 40 shots he saw from the Sabres before adding 15 more in the shootout. “I felt a lot better today compared to London,” Reimer said, referring to his first start a week earlier, which lasted about half the game. “Im feeling better every day on the ice, really seeing the puck better, reading situations and plays better. In the game I felt a lot more comfortable today than I did in London. But having said theres still some situations where you werent as sharp as youd like to be.” Though just an exhibition game, Reimer was pleased with his perfect performance in the shootout, a source of some struggle last season and throughout his career. “Weve been working on some stuff,” he said. “Not going to give away my secrets or anything, but it is something obviously I worked on a bit this summer and tried to really improve on.” Reimer is 0-5 career in the shootout with a .625 save percentage. 3. Lupul nearing exhibition debut The exhibition debut is drawing near for Joffrey Lupul. Returning to practice earlier this week following a bout with back spasms, Lupul remained out against the Sabres on Saturday, but projects to play when the two teams meet again in Toronto on Sunday. “Whats 24 more hours?” Leafs coach Randy Carlyle asked rhetorically before the game. “Well, 24 more hours is a practice underneath [him], an opportunity to stretch, an opportunity for more rest and for his body to tell him that hes 110 per cent, ready to go.” Lupul began experiencing trouble with his back in the days leading up to training camp, remaining off the ice for the first week of camp. Troubled by injuries over the course of his career, including last season when he played in just 16 games, Lupul appeared to have put his most recent back difficulties behind him with four consecutive days of practice. “Wed love to see him in our lineup on a regular basis,” Carlyle said of Lupul. “Weve tried to maintain that he has to change some of the things that he does from a standpoint of maybe being less reckless. I commented on it last week, I thought it was more not being so much reckless, but I think he was just dying to make a contribution.” Lupul fractured his right forearm in the third game of 2013, the victim of a flailing Dion Phaneuf point shot. He returned to the lineup 25 games later, offering two weeks of mesmerizing hockey before suffering a concussion, crunched by Jay Rosehill and Adam Hall. 4. More Rielly Watch Questioned further on the junior option for Rielly, Nonis said the coaching staff in Moose Jaw certainly factored into the Leafs equation. “If he does go back he has a good coach there,” Nonis said of Warriors head coach Mike Stothers. “I think thats one area you look at and say is he being coached by a quality staff and the answer is yes. Would he have a major impact on the World Junior team? I think the answer there is yes. Theres some things that could happen to him that would be good for him. That doesnt mean that he should go back. If he really is ready to play here and he can play a significant role then theres nothing wrong with keeping him at 19.” 5. Smiths dream Vying for a job with the Leafs in a depth capacity, Trevor Smith was born in Ottawa, spent a few years of his youth in Thornhill, Ontario, before finally settling in Vancouver. And he grew up a Leafs fan. “A lot of my buddies were giving me some cr**,” he said of signing with the organization this summer, “but for me personally this is a huge opportunity and something Ive dreamed of as a kid. Im really excited to be here.” Smith spent last season in the Pittsburgh organization – he dressed for one game with the Penguins – a member of the Lightning organization the year prior to that. The 28-year-old has played in 24 career NHL games, his AHL resume chalk full of gaudy offensive stats. Smith has the ability to play both centre and the wing, realizing that his versatility is perhaps the best asset to finding a job with the Leafs at this point. “I think if Im going to play in this league I need to be able to kill penalties and be really good at it,” he explained, “be able to block shots and be versatile, not only five-on-five defensively but on the PK as well.” Wholesale NFL Jerseys. 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