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Oct 18, 2012 11:21pm
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HAMILTON, Ont. Andrew Luck Womens Jersey . —Playing at
McMaster University next year is out for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, but owner Bob
Young says the CFL team will attempt to keep its home games next year as close
to Steeltown as possible. The 2012 campaign will be the Ticats final one at Ivor
Wynne Stadium. At seasons end, the facility will be replaced by a Pan Am Games
stadium, forcing the CFL team to play all of its 2013 home games outside of
Hamilton. The new stadium is schedule to open in 2014 in time for the 2015 Pan
Am Games. Ideally, the Ticats were hoping to play some of their 2013 scheduled
home games at Ron Joyce Stadium, home of the defending Vanier Cup-champion
McMaster Marauders. But on Thursday, school officials told the Hamilton club it
couldnt play any portion of next season on campus. The has forced the Ticats to
look at alternative venues for 2013. One site that has been mention is TD
Waterhouse at the University of Western Ontario in London, Ont. The facility has
a seating capacity of roughly 8,000 but in 2002 a sellout of 9,178 spectators
took in a CFL exhibition game between Hamilton and the Toronto Argonauts. The
year before, temporary seating boosted capacity to about 16,000 there for the
Canada Summer Games. Whats more, Western head football coach Greg Marshall is a
former Ticats head coach. “Our preferred solution was to play many of our 2013
home games in Hamilton at McMasters Ron Joyce Stadium,” Young said in a letter
to Ticats fans on the clubs website. “Unfortunately, yesterday McMaster
University officials concluded they will be unable to accommodate us. “This was
disappointing to us as our goal was to find a location as convenient to our fans
as possible.” Young added the Ticats will look to play as close to Hamilton as
they can. “The Tiger-Cats remain steadfast in our commitment to keep our home
games as close to Hamilton as possible, and fortunately, we have plenty of time
to find a positive solution for our fans,” Young said. “We will continue to work
on a resolution for next season and will fully communicate our plan once it is
finalized in the coming months. “We plan to find a solution that will provide
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standings and a new All-Star third basemen. It was a good day for the Chicago
White Sox. Pinch hitter Eduardo Escobar lined an RBI single in the 10th inning
and the White Sox beat the Milwaukee Brewers 1-0 Sunday. The victory moved the
White Sox past Cleveland into the AL Central lead. Chicago also announced it had
acquired infielder Kevin Youkilis and cash from Boston in a trade for infielder
Brent Lillibridge and right-handed pitcher Zach Stewart. Alejandro De Aza opened
the White Sox 10th with a double off Manny Parra (0-2). Adam Dunn walked with
one out and with Lillibridge due up Chicago needed a pinch-hitter. They turned
to Escobar. “You practice hard for that opportunity and once they called me in,
Im really happy that we were able to win,” Escobar said through a translator.
White Sox general manager Kenny Williams said the Youkilis deal came together in
the last 24 hours. “I just got off the phone with him, hes very excited to join
our club and hes got a little edge to him that I like,” Williams said. “I cant
tell you exactly what he said, but he wants to come in and prove some people
wrong.” Youkilis is hitting just .233 this year with four homers and 14 RBIs,
but is a career .287 hitter and a three-time all-star. “I think its good for
him. A good change of scenery, Im sure,” White Sox first baseman Paul Konerko
said. For the second time in the three-game series, the White Sox and Brewers
were scoreless after nine innings. Chicago got another brilliant outing from
rookie left-hander Jose Quintana, whose father flew to Chicago from Colombia for
the game. Quintana allowed six hits in eight innings, walking none and striking
out four. “Really happy to have him out there,” Quintana said through a
translator. “It gave me more confidence and its something that knowing hes there
made me want to do the best I could even more.” Quintanas consecutive scoreless
innings streak reached 16. Hes now faced 97 consecutive batters without issuing
a walk, the longest active sttreak in baseball.dddddddddddd Mike Fiers gave up
five hits in 7 1-3 innings for the Brewers. “Its OK. Ive got to do my job and
the runs we score is what we score,” Fiers said. “If I get a loss, it doesnt
matter to me. Its putting zeros up on the board and keeping my team in the game
and getting a good result.” Brian Bruney (1-0) pitched a scoreless 10th for the
win. Despite the lack of scoring, the Brewers and White Sox each had chances.
Chicago executed an alert defensive play in the third when leadoff batter
Norichika Aoki attempted to stretch a two-out double into a triple. Right
fielder Alex Rios threw to second baseman Gordon Beckham, who made a nice relay
to third baseman Orlando Hudson for the tag. Hudson and Beckham both singled in
the bottom of the third, but Dunn grounded out. In the Brewers fourth,
Aramis Ramirez hit a two-out double and Corey Hart hit a drive to right field
that a leaping Rios caught at the wall. Chicago threatened in the sixth when
Beckham singled, stole second and reached third on Dunns deep fly. Konerko
struck out swinging to end the inning. Fiers was pulled in the eighth with White
Sox runners at second and third with one out. Reliever Francisco Rodriguez
struck out Beckham and Dunn. The Brewers had runners on first and second in the
ninth but Addison Reed got a strikeout and pinch-runner Nyjer Morgan was caught
trying to steal third base. The White Sox loaded the bases in the bottom half
but Jose Veras got Hudson to pop out. Bruney walked two in the 10th but coaxed
an infield popup by Carlos Gomez to end the inning. NOTES: The White Sox ended
9-9 in interleague play while the Brewers closed at 6-12. ... The White Sox
saluted the 40th anniversary of their 1972 AL West runner-up team in a pregame
ceremony. That team went 87-67 and Dick Allen, the AL MVP, threw out the first
pitch. ... Its been a frustrating run for manager Ron Roenicke and the Brewers,
who havent been above .500 since April. “Things just arent clicking for us,” he
said. “Everythings just a little bit off.” ’ ’ ’