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Oct 25, 2012 8:53pm
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NEW YORK —Frustrated with the way he had been pitching, Ivan Nova took it upon
himself to figure things out after his start in Anaheim. Andrew Luck Womens Jersey . Boy, did he know
what he was doing. Nova took a two-hitter into the ninth inning, Mark Teixiera
and Robinson Cano homered and the New York Yankees beat the Tampa Bay Rays for
the second straight night, 4-1 Wednesday. “Tonight was a really, really good day
for me,” Nova said. Nick Swisher and Eric Chavez had RBI doubles in the eighth
inning to help the Yankees win for the 10th time in 13 games and passed Tampa
Bay in the tight AL East standings for the first time since April 23. Tampa Bay
lost for the sixth time in eight games and dropped to third place after holding
at least a share of the division lead since May 27. Nova and Alex Cobb locked in
a duel until Cobb (2-2) tired in the eighth. The pair combined to keep the bases
clear after Canos homer with one out in the fourth until Sean Rodriguez doubled
with one out in the top of the eighth—20 straight batters. Nova (7-2) pitched
into the ninth for the first time in 45 career starts but he gave up consecutive
triples to Desmond Jennings and B.J. Upton to start the inning. “He was just
dialed in tonight,” Yankees manager Joe Girardi said. Nova was lifted to a loud
ovation and Rafael Soriano relieved. Soriano got three outs for his eighth save
in eight chances, all since Mariano Rivera went out with a knee injury. Nova
followed stellar outings by Phil Hughes and Andy Pettitte. The three combined to
toss 22 scoreless innings beginning with the fifth inning Sunday in Detroit and
continuing until the Rays scored in the ninth. Nova did not want to be the
starter that faltered. “Especially when everybodys pitching good, I dont want to
be the guy behind,” Nova said. “I want to be with those guys pitching good.”
CC Sabathia has a chance to lead the Yankees to a three-game sweep Thursday. He
faces Rays ace David Price in the seventh matchup between the lefties. Before
the game Rays manager Joe Maddon said his team needs to play a complete game,
fielding with some consistency after committing three errors in a 7-0 loss
Tuesday night, hitting better and pitching up to their standards. They got two
of the three right. “A better game played on our part, even if we didnt win,”
Maddon said. “I thought we played better, we pitched better, we just did not
hit.” The Rays lineup has struggled with Evan Longoria sidelined since May 1.
Tampa Bay entered with a .221 average in the slugging third basemans absence
because of a partially torn left hamstring. Mustering just two hits against
Pettitte for 7 1-3 innings Tuesday and four overall, the Rays looked equally
lost against Nova—getting a leadoff single then not notching a hit until the
eighth. The Yankees right-hander had allowed five runs in three of his last four
starts—including against the Angels—but he worked on a few things in the
bullpen this week and had better command of his fastball this time, keeping his
pitches down in the zone, and had one of his most dominant starts. He gave up
four hits, a walk and hitting one batter while improving to 4-0 against the Rays
in his career. “He just had his stuff today. He just had it,” Upton said. “Cobb
threw a good game, too.” Cobb had the Yankees off-balance with his oft-used
changeup, making only the two costly mistakes until the eighth. Teixeira hit a
high fly into the second deck in right field in the second inning for his 10th
homer. Cano smashed a line drive into the seats in right-centre in the fourth
inning one pitch after Alex Rodriguez was caught too far off first. A-Rod, who
walked, started for second thinking Cobbs pitch got past Jose Molina, but Molina
was able to catch the ball with his bare hand when it bounced high behind him
then make a quick throw to first as Rodriguez tumbled back into the base. NOTES:
Super Bowl champion New York Giants WR Victor Cruz received a robust ovation
when interviewed on the video board after the seventh inning. ... The Rays
activated first baseman-outfielder Brandon Allen from the 15-day disabled list
and designated him for assignment. Allen went on the DL on May 10 because of a
strained right quadriceps. The Rays claimed Allen off waivers from Oakland April
19 and he batted .100 (2 for 20) with a homer and three RBIs in limited action.
... Yankees RHP David Robertson (oblique strain) could start a rehab assignemnt
this weekend. ... The Yankees drafted RHP Jose Mesa Jr., son of former big
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highlighted Mondays opening-round winners at the $2 million Dubai Duty Free
Championships. VAL DI FIEMME, Italy—Alex Harvey raced to silver in the
20-kilometre Classic Mass Start on Saturday, claiming Canadas first medal on the
Tour de Ski. Eldar Roenning of Norway finished strongly in the penultimate stage
of the nine-race Tour to finish in one hour 2.2 seconds. He was just over a
second in front of Harvey, a native of St-Ferreol-les-Neiges, Que., and Dario
Cologna of Switzerland. “I knew the shape was good all along the Tour, but there
was always a little part of the whole equation lacking,” Harvey said. “But today
everything finally connected together. My skis were so fast today and Im really
happy to be on the podium.” Devon Kershaw of Sudbury, Ont., was sixth. The
23-year-old Harvey worked at the front of the pack with Kershaw over the
gruelling Val di Fiemme track before making his move down the final plunge into
the stadium. “My skis were just so good and I knew coming in the final downhill
when I started double poling that I had a chance at the podium,” Harvey said.
“This is a really hard course. Oslo was the benchmark for difficulty last year,
but I think Val di Fiemme raised the bar further with the most climbing you do
on the World Cup.” The World Cup podium finish was Harveys fourth—he captured
two bronze medals in 2009, and a silver last season. Saturdays performance came
after Canadian coach Justin Wadsworth decided to fly in physiotherapist Shayne
Hutchins from Calgary after the seventh stage to work on Harveys tight back and
leg muscles. “Justin flew Shayne in (Friday) and drove 10 hours in the worst
snowstorm he has ever seen to pick him up in Munich and drive him to Val di
Fiemme,” Harvey said.dddddddddddd “I had two hours with him (Friday) night and
30 minutes again this morning. Im really glad he could make the trip. Thats how
our team works. We play it day by day and if we need something Justin makes it
happen.” Kershaw is fourth in the overall standings, while Harvey is sixth ahead
of Sundays final stage. “It was a big day for Alex and Devon,” Wadsworth said.
“To have Alex break through at the finish line is a great day for the entire
program.” Cologna increased his overall lead to 82 seconds in front of
second-place Petter Northug. Northug finished fourth Saturday and the Norwegian
needs something dramatic on the gruelling climb up Mount Cermis to overtake
Cologna. Roenning climbed to 20th in the overall standings. In the womens
10-kilometre event, Justyna Kowalczyk beat Marit Bjoergen of Norway to retake
the overall lead. Kowalczyk raced clear about a kilometre from the finish line
and hung on to win in 25 minutes 49.8 seconds, just under eight seconds ahead of
Bjoergen. It now looks set to be a two-way race for the title in Sundays final
event, with the Pole starting 11.5 seconds ahead of Bjoergen, who is bidding to
become the first Norwegian to win the Tour de Ski. One of the pre-race
favourites, Therese Johaug seemed to tire halfway through and was well off the
pace in finishing 11th. The Norwegian is third in the standings but nearly five
minutes behind Kowalczyk. ———With files from The Associated Press. ’ ’ ’ 

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