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ENDICOTT, N. J.J. Watt Nike Jersey .Y. —Bernhard Langer
topped the leaderboard at 7 under when first-round play in the Dicks Sporting
Goods Open was suspended because of rain Friday. Coming off a victory two weeks
ago in the 3M Championship in Blaine, Minn., Langer was facing an 8-foot birdie
putt on the 16th hole when play was stopped at En-Joie Golf Course. “I played
pretty solid. I drove the ball very well. I hit a lot of fairways to give myself
opportunities with my iron shots,” said Langer, who closed with a 62 in his
victory in Minnesota. “Im disappointed we had to stop because I was going well,
feeling good, but hopefully well continue tomorrow.” After 1.7 inches of rain
fell Tuesday night, the course couldnt hold much more water Friday before it
became unplayable. Gene Smith, assistant tournament director for the Champions
Tour, said it wouldve taken at least an hour for the course to become playable
again once the rain stopped. “We have several fairways out there that are
totally under water. If a player was trying to take relief from casual water, he
would probably have to go about 40 yards from where the ball is on the fairway,”
Smith said. “Were not going to play that way.” Defending champion John Huston,
Willie Wood and Chien Soon Lu were 5 under. Willie Wood, one of only 12 players
to complete the round, shot a 67. Huston had three holes left, and Lu had nine
to go. Langer said hes going to have to wake up at about 4:30 a.m. to get to the
range at ahead of the 7:30 a.m. start. While he doesnt have many holes to go
before he finishes his first round, hell have plenty of waiting around to do
before the start of his second round. “Therell be a lot of hanging around,
preparing, warming up twice,” Langer said. “Its just going to make a long day,
thats all.” Tournament director John Karedes said the course drains well because
the fairways are either sand or gravel-based. New drainage also was installed
after En-Joie had major flooding because of Tropical Storm Lee last September.
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lost six of its last seven games.LOS ANGELES, Calif. – Forgetting about their
loss to reigning NL Cy Young Award winner Clayton Kershaw and the Los Angeles
Dodgers should be a snap for the Washington Nationals once Bryce Harper comes
through the clubhouse door Saturday to make his much-anticipated major league
debut. The 19-year-old outfielder is getting his chance because of injuries that
have put third baseman Ryan Zimmerman and left fielder Michael Morse on the
disabled list. Their absence made it easier for Kershaw to pitch three-hit ball
for eight innings in a 3-2 victory Friday night. One of the hits was a two-run
homer by Adam LaRoche. “It was a tough ballgame,” Nationals manager Davey
Johnson said. “Kershaw made a lot of quality pitches. He crowded right-handed
hitters all night. We werent able to hit the ball real hard.” Harper was the
first overall pick in the 2010 amateur draft and Zimmerman was the fourth
selection in 2005. Once they get to appear in the same lineup, things should be
even more interesting for the Nationals, who are off to a 14-6 start. “Im going
to put him in left field and let him play,” Johnson said. “Harp had a great
spring training, hes a phenomenal talent, and hes been swinging the bat down
there. But we have a need here for a left-handed bat, and hes the guy that fits
the role. As far as Im concerned, hes earned the right to get the opportunity.”
In addition to Zimmermans injury, the Nationals got more bad news Friday when
reliever Brad Lidge was placed on the 15-day disabled list — retroactive to
April 22 — with an abdominal wall strain. “Its pretty frustrating right now,”
Lidge said. “You want to be there for your teammates the whole year. I havent
had anything like this before, so Im concerned about that.” Ross Detwiler (2-1)
allowed three runs and five hits over six innings before Johnson lifted him for
a pinch-hitter. The left-hander had given up only one earned run in 16 innings
over his first three starts, a homer by Cincinnatis Ryan Ludwick. Washingtons
three starting pitchers in this series — Detwiler, Stephen Strasburg and
Gio Gonzalez — all came in with 2-0 records and ERAs under 1.53. “For them, its
all been about their starting rotation,” Kershaw said. “Theyre pitching really
well. So as a pitcher on the other side, you know youve got to be on top of your
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fastball command, but I was fortunate to battle through eight — which was big.
Getting two runs early was huge.” The Nationals, who allowed a major league-low
four home runs through their first 19 games — and only one measly run by their
starting pitchers in a span of 34 2-3 innings — fell behind 2-0 in the first
when Andre Ethier drove his fifth homer into the right-field bullpen following
Matt Kemps single. “They are on fire. Hitters like that are carrying their
ballclub,” Johnson said. “We made mistakes to them. It was a curveball on the
inside half to Ethier and he jumped all over it. He got ahead of Kemp, but you
cant throw him down low. Thats where Det kept throwing it.” Ethier leads the
majors with 24 RBIs, one more than Kemp, who stranded two runners in scoring
position when he grounded out against Ryan Mattheus to end the seventh. The
Dodgers bid for an insurance run in the eighth was squelched when pinch-runner
Tony Gwynn Jr. tried to score from first base on a two-out double into the
right-field corner by Juan Uribe and was thrown out on the relay from
Mark DeRosa to second baseman Danny Espinosa to catcher Jesus Flores. Kershaw
(2-0) struck out six and walked one, becoming the first Dodgers pitcher to win
10 consecutive decisions since Ramon Martinez from August 1995 through May 1996.
The 24-year-old left-hander hasnt lost since last Aug. 7 at Arizona, when the
Diamondbacks beat him 4-3 with two-run homers by Kelly Johnson and Cody Ransom.
Kershaw also joined Ed Roebuck and Orel Hershiser as the only Dodgers to win 12
decisions in a row at home since the franchise moved from Brooklyn to Los
Angeles in 1958. Kenley Jansen pitched a hitless ninth for his first save of the
season, but had to hold his breath until Espinosas bid for a tying home run
landed just foul in right field. Espinosa eventually lined out to centre field
before Jansen plunked pinch-hitter Chad Tracy with two outs and struck out
Flores to end it. NOTES: A moment of silence was observed in memory of former
Dodger Bill “Moose” Skowron, who died Friday of congestive heart failure at age
81. ... Before LaRoches third homer of the season, no one on the Nationals
roster had hit more than two home runs — making them the only team with that
dubious distinction. ’ ’ ’ 

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