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TORONTO —As well as Brandon Morrow pitched over seven innings on Thursday, he
was thankful for a little help from his defence in the Toronto Blue Jays 6-0
victory over the New York Yankees. The two-run homer by Brett Lawrie of Langley,
B.C., the three runs batted in by Edwin Encarnacion who has 110 for the season
and the solo homer by J.P. Arencibia all helped Morrows cause. But two defensive
plays in left field by Anthony Gose were just as vital. “When youve got good
defence you have confidence in throwing strikes and letting them put the ball in
play,” Morrow said. The loss cut the Yankees (90-66) lead in the American League
East over the inactive Baltimore Orioles to one game and in part they can blame
Gose, a centre-fielder by trade who is possibly auditioning for the starting job
in Torontos left field next season. Gose ran down Nick Swishers drive to left
centre at the wall in the fourth. He then made a strong throw to second baseman
Kelly Johnson who in turn relayed to first baseman Adam Lind to double up
Robinson Cano for the inning-ending double play. “That got us out of the inning,
a great against the wall and then the throw,” Morrow said. “(Cano) probably got
a bit too far but its a great play to make,” said Yankees manager Joe Girardi.
“He was maybe a little aggressive but you dont want our guys being passive. “It
was a great play by Gose.” In the next inning, Gose cut off a single by
Russell Martin and prevented the possibility of a double. That set up a
double-play grounder by Raul Ibanez to end that inning. “You cant say enough
about the defence of Anthony Gose in left field,” Blue Jays manager John Farrell
said. “Not only the double play where he goes up against the wall and doubles up
the runner at first. “But holding Martin to a single rather than letting that
ball get in the corner for a double, keeps another double play in order.” Morrow
(9-7) held the Yankees to four hits and three walks while striking out three to
gain his first victory since Aug. 31. He had two losses in his previous four
starts. “He made a very good adjustment coming out of his last start in Tampa
Bay where they laid off his slider off the plate where he threw some quality
ones, but they didnt expand the strike zone,” Farrell said. “He tightened up his
slider tonight to force the Yankees to respect that pitch. He used his change-up
to both righties and lefties.” Right-hander Ivan Nova (12-8) allowed six hits,
two walks and four runs in 4 2/3 innings. “He wasnt as sharp as he was a couple
of outings ago,” Girardi said. “He just hasnt had the command, thats the bottom
line.” Blue Jays shortstop Yunel Escobar received a few boos from the crowd in
his first at-bat in the first but there was little crowd reaction to him after
that. It was his first appearance in Toronto since the club suspended him for
three games last week for writing a homophobic slur on his eyeblack for a game
at Rogers Centre against Boston on Sept. 15. Escobar lined out to the shortstop.
“In the three years he has spent in Toronto the fans have been great to him,”
Escobar said through interpreter Luis Rivera, a Blue Jays coach. “They know how
hard he works and he gives everything on the field. Again, he said made a
mistake and hes sorry for it.” The eyeblack incident had created some backlash
among Toronto baseball fans before Thursdays game, however. An online petition
asking the Blue Jays to create a You Can Play video encouraging the acceptance
of homosexuals in sports has been started by openly-gay Blue Jays fan
Christopher Papps. The Blue Jays (69-87) took a two-run lead in the third on
Lawries 10th homer of the season that followed a one-out walk by Gose. Gose led
off the home fifth with a single. Colby Rasmus bunted for a single with one out
and Encarnacion scored both runners with a double to right. The Blue Jays tacked
on a run in the seventh against Derek Lowe with Lawrie scoring from third on
Encarnacions bouncer to shortstop. Lawrie and Rasmus singled with one and
advanced to second and third on a wild pitch. Arencibia hit his 18th homer of
the season in the eighth against reliever David Aardsma. Notes: Attendance at
Rogers Centre was 23,060. ...Escobar met for about 45 minutes Thursday afternoon
with Patrick Burke, founder of the You Can Play project established to help
eliminate the homophobic culture sometimes found in sports. “I was very happy
with how today went,” Burke said before the game. “I wasnt sure what to expect
going in between the language issues and the entire incident, how it all went
down. ... I thought Yunel was very receptive to what we were talking about.”
....Blue Jays rookie infielder Adeiny Hechavarria who is on a nine-game hitting
streak did not start Thursdays game . ..The Blue Jays have lost 12 of their past
17 series. ...Chad Jenkins (0-2, 4.24 ERA) will make his second major-league
start Friday against New Yorks Hiroki Kuroda (14-11, 3.34 ERA). Jenkins had made
10 relief appearances since being called up from Class-AA New Hampshire. Andrew Luck Colts Jersey . The team disclosed
the fine on Friday. Ference raised the middle finger of his left glove after his
goal cut the Canadiens lead to 3-2 midway through the second period on Thursday
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officially retired. Not even after landing on his feet by getting a football
analyst gig at ESPN in 2008. http://www.nflcoltsfan.com/reggie-wayne-jersey
. —Cuban outfielder Yasiel Puig finally is getting to work with the Los
Angeles Dodgers. Pat Angerer Jersey .5 percent year-on-year to
6,321 in 2008, hitting a record high since comparable data became available in
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lose in overtime in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final but the New Jersey Devils
can take some positives from the loss.SURREY, B.C. —B.C. Lions defensive
lineman Khalif Mitchell wasnt letting a not-so-little thing like his appeal of a
two-game suspension bother him Tuesday. Mitchell, known for being a gentle giant
off the field and an ultra-competitive one on it, has formally appealed the
punishment he received for hyperextending the arm of Edmonton offensive lineman
Simeon Rottier during a 27-14 loss to the Eskimos on Friday night. As a result,
Mitchell will play Saturday in Calgary against the Stampeders and have his
appeal heard at an arbitration hearing during the week of August 6. “I dont mind
being the centre of attention,” said Mitchell after practice at the Lions
training facility. “I dont mind not being asked one question. Its not really a
big gift or a courtesy. It comes with the business.” CFL commissioner Mark Cohon
handed down the suspension Monday night after Mitchell violently pulled on
Rottiers arm, bending it grotesquely in an unnatural fashion that resulted in
the joint being hyperextended. Mitchell, a 26-year-old Virginia Beach, Va.,
native who is in his third season with B.C., insisted he is not a dirty player.
“When I go to bed and look at myself in the mirror, the one who Ive really gotta
answer to wholeheartedly, I can look at myself in the mirror and know that I
played very hard and I played very fair,” he said. Rottier left the game and
although he returned in the second half, he didnt resume playing and isnt
expected to suit up when Edmonton visits Winnipeg on Thursday night. During
half-time Friday, Edmonton offensive lineman Greg Wojt accused Mitchell on
Twitter of deliberately trying to injure Rottier. Mitchell, general manager
Wally Buono, coach Mike Benevides and other players declined to discuss
specifics of the incident until the appeal process is complete. Despite the
controversy, Mitchell, a self-taught classical pianist who has a reputation for
being a free spirit, said hee is still the same laid-back person that he always
was.dddddddddddd “Anybody who truly knows me, anybody who truly follows me,
anybody who truly watches me and loves me, they know that Im still Khalif
Mitchell,” he said. “And at the end of the day, thats who I want to be.”
Mitchell made his comments as Buono stood behind reporters and scrutinized him.
The GM said the club is respecting the “fair” arbitration process negotiated
between the CFL and players association. Buono and Benevides also expressed
support for Mitchell during his supposedly difficult time. “Youve gotta love
(players) all the time,” said Buono. “You just cant love them when things are
going well. Khalif is no different than any other player. Things come up that
are not easy to deal with.” Benevides said he discussed the incident with the
clubs leadership council during a regularly-scheduled meeting. But the coach
said he is not stressing the need for discipline more than usual as the Lions
(2-2) prepare to meet the Stampeders (2-2). Meanwhile, at least one Lion, Dante
Marsh, would like to see B.C. re-sign former Lions defensive lineman Aaron Hunt
after he was released by the Montreal Alouettes on Tuesday. “As a matter of
fact, I talked to Aaron (Tuesday) morning,” said Marsh. “Im all for it.”
However, Buono quickly nixed the idea. He said the Lions are happy with Canadian
rookie defensive end Jabar Westerman and imports on the front line. “Right now,
we have an excellent front four,” said Buono. “We have a lot of depth with some
very good young players.” Notes: Marsh participated in the full practice despite
suffering a dislocated shoulder against the Eskimos. The 32-year-old Oakland
native said he will play in Calgary. He had the shoulder popped back in after
going down with the injury in the fourth quarter against Edmonton, but did not
return. ’ ’ ’ 

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