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Dec 4, 2012 10:19pm
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(Sports Network) – The New York Yankees need a big effort from Phil Hughes on
Sunday if they plan on maintaining at least a share of the American League East
lead. Glover Quin Womens Jersey . For that to
happen, though, Hughes will need to reverse his recent fortunes north of the
border when the Yankees close out a four-game series with the Toronto Blue Jays
at Rogers Centre. New York lost sole possession of first place in the division
on Saturday, as Rajai Davis went 3-for-4 with a solo home run and an RBI single,
and Toronto held the Yankees scoreless after the first inning to earn a 3-2
victory. The Yankees, who have lost two of the first three in this set, fell
into a tie with Baltimore atop the AL East with four games remaining. The
Orioles beat the Boston Red Sox, 4-3, Saturday night. New Yorks magic number to
clinch a playoff berth remains at two. After Sundays series finale, the Yankees
will host the Red Sox for their final three games of the regular season. Blue
Jays starter Ricky Romero exited after the third inning with a knee injury, and
five Blue Jays relievers combined to allow only three hits and two walks to
carry the club to its fourth win in six games. Shawn Hill (1-0) hurled three
hitless innings to earn the win. “An outstanding job by the bullpen today,” Blue
Jays manager John Farrell commented. “Ricky was suffering from some discomfort
in that left kneecap area, just above it, where the quadricep attaches to it.”
Andy Pettitte (5-4), who tossed 11 scoreless frames in his previous two starts
off the disabled list, surrendered three runs on five hits and three walks over
5 2/3 innings to take the loss. “We had plenty of opportunities today to get
some runs. We just didnt get it done,” Yankees manager Joe Girardi said. Hughes,
meanwhile, has lost both of his starts in Toronto this season and has allowed
nine runs in 9 1/3 innings of those outings. Hes 2-2 in five starts against them
this season, but beat the Jays two starts ago, as he allowed four runs and
struck out nine in five innings. The 26-year-old right-hander had a three-start
winning streak stopped on Tuesday against lowly Minnesota, which reached him for
four runs and six hits in 6 2/3 innings. He is 16-13 on the year with a 4.10
ERA. “There are some games when you deserve to win and you dont, and some games
when you dont deserve to win and you do,” Hughes said afterward. “Thats just
kind of the way it goes. Ive been a recipient of some run support, which is
nice. Its nice to get wins, but its better for a team to get wins, especially at
a time when you really need them.” Toronto will counter with righty
Henderson Alvarez, who is 9-14 with a 4.91 ERA. Alvarez lost for the seventh
time in nine decisions on Monday in Baltimore, as he allowed four runs in 5 2/3
innings. Alvarez lost to the Yankees two starts ago and is 0-1 i four starts
against them with a 5.64 ERA. New York has won 10 of 17 from the Jays this
season. Boston Red Sox at Baltimore Orioles (Sports Network) – The Baltimore
Orioles would certainly prefer to go into the playoffs as division champions and
not having to play a one-game playoff as a wild card team. The Orioles enter
Sunday tied with the New York Yankees for first place in the AL East. Baltimore
hosts the Boston Red Sox, who will try to avoid a 90th loss of the season in the
conclusion of this three-game series. The Os havent made the playoffs since
1997, but are inching closer to the postseason. Their magic number to secure at
least a wild card berth is two. They hold a one-game edge on Oakland for the ALs
No. 1 wild card berth and are 3 1/2 games up on the Los Angeles Angels in the
standings. The Orioles will be scoreboard watching today. New York dropped a 3-2
verdict to Toronto on Saturday and the teams conclude their series at Rogers
Centre. After today, Baltimore finishes with three games against Tampa Bay on
the road, while the Yankees host the Red Sox. Joe Saunders, who is 0-2 over his
last three starts, gets the mound assignment today for the Orioles. The
left-hander holds a 4-2 mark with a 4.17 ERA in nine games against the Red Sox.
Boston, which hasnt lost at least 90 games since 1966, will send Zach Stewart to
the mound. The righty, who turned 26 two days ago, will make his second start as
a Red Sox. Stewart was traded from the Chicago White Sox on June 24 in the deal
that sent Kevin Youkilis to the Windy City. Tampa Bay Rays at Chicago White Sox
(Sports Network) – The Chicago White Sox have picked the absolute worst time to
play their worst baseball of the season. On Sunday, they try to keep their
American League Central title hopes alive when they play the finale of a four-
game series with the Tampa Bay Rays at U.S. Cellular Field. Chicago fell two
games back of the Detroit Tigers in the division on Saturday with its ninth loss
in 11 games. It wont get any easier for the White Sox On Sunday, as they go up
against AL Cy Young Award candidate David Price, who will be trying for his 20th
win. Price was magnificent on Tuesday in Boston, as he held the Red Sox to two
runs and seven hits and struck out 13 in the complete game effort to improve to
19-5, while lowering his ERA to 2.56. Tampa, meanwhile, kept its postseason
hopes alive on Saturday, as Matt Joyce belted a pair of home runs to back a
terrific rebound start from Matt Moore in the Rays 10-4 rout of the White Sox.
The win, Tampa Bays ninth in its last 10 contests, kept the club three games
back of Oakland for one of the American Leagues two wild card berths with four
remaining. The Athletics rallied for a 7-4, 10-inning win over Seattle on
Saturday. Hoping for a better effort on Sunday, the White Sox will rely on
23-year-old left-hander Jose Quintana, who is 6-5 with a 3.60 ERA. Quintana
hasnt started since losing to the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim on Sept. 22 when
he allowed four runs (1 earned) and walked five batters in five innings. Chicago
swept an early-season series against the Rays from May 28-30 and has won seven
of the past 12 matchups between the two clubs. Detroit Tigers at Minnesota Twins
(Sports Network) – Anibal Sanchez was sensational in his last start. The
right-hander tries for his 10th win of the season Sunday and tries to move the
Detroit Tigers closer to a division title when they conclude a three-game series
against the Minnesota Twins. The Tigers are two games clear of the Chicago White
Sox for first place in the AL Central with only four games remaining. The White
Sox conclude their home series against Tampa Bay today. Sanchez fanned 10 in
throwing a three-hit shutout against Kansas City on Tuesday. Hes been
inconsistent in his 11 starts with the Tigers since being traded from Miami.
This will be his second start against the Twins. On Aug. 13 at Target Field, he
was pounded for 12 hits and five runs in a 9-3 loss. Liam Hendriks, who gave up
six runs in 6 1/3 innings in a loss to the Yankees on Monday, returns to the
mound today for the Twins. Hes 0-5 with a 5.21 ERA in eight home starts. The
Tigers hold a 9-8 lead in the season series. Oakland Athletics at Seattle
Mariners (Sports Network) – Tommy Milone aims to pitch the Oakland Athletics to
a three-game sweep of the Seattle Mariners on Sunday at the Coliseum and get
them closer to a playoff spot in the process. Oakland pulled out a thrilling win
on Saturday, as Josh Donaldson belted the tying two- run homer in the ninth
inning and Brandon Moss won it with a three- run shot in the 10th to give the
Athletics a dramatic 7-4 triumph. The As—winners in 14 of 19 at home—
reduced their magic number to three for clinching its first playoff berth since
2006. While they currently occupy one of the AL wild card spots, the As also
just 2 1/2 games back of the Texas Rangers in the AL West. Oakland, which closes
its regular season with three games against Texas, can clinch a playoff spot on
Sunday with a win and a Tampa Bay loss to Chicago, plus the Los Angeles Angels
of Anaheim losing both of their games to the Rangers. Milone has been terrific
for Oakland this season posting a 13-10 mark to go along with a 3.74 ERA. Milone
has not received a decision in his last two starts, but pitched well enough to
get the win on Tuesday against Texas, as he surrendered two unearned run and six
hits in six innings of a 3-2 win. Hes 2-1 in four starts versus the Mariners
with a 2.42 ERA. Seattle will counter with righty Erasmo Ramirez, who is 1-3
with a 3.42 ERA. Ramirez lost to the Angels on Tuesday, as he allowed five runs
(3 earned) and seven hits in six innings. Ramirez has faced the As twice (1
start) and is 0-1 with a 1.00 ERA against them. The As lead the season series
with Seattle, 11-7, and have won six straight and eight of the last nine
matchups between the teams. Texas Rangers at Los Angeles Angels (Sports Network)
Its almost certain that the Texas Rangers are going to reach the postseason.
But, nailing down that spot hasnt been so easy. They get a chance to clinch at
least a wild card berth on Sunday, though, when they play a day/night
doubleheader against the surging Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim at Rangers
Ballpark in Arlington. The twin bill was made necessary due to a postponement on
Saturday. However, both teams took a dip in the playoff standings thanks to the
unexpected off day, as Oakland rallied to beat Seattle in extra innings to move
within 2 1/2 games of the Rangers in the American League West, while pushing
their advantage in the wild card to 2 1/2 games over the Angels. One win on
Sunday will nail down a playoff spot for the Rangers, who could also secure
their third straight division title with a sweep and an Oakland loss. Los
Angeles could keep the champagne on ice in game one, as Zack Greinke goes after
fifth straight winning decision. The former AL Cy Young Award winner improved to
6-2 as a member of the Angels on Tuesday, as he held the Seattle Mariners to a
run and five hits and struck out 13 in five innings. Texas, meanwhile, will go
with a hot pitcher of its own in the first tilt, handing the ball to Japanese
righty Yu Darvish, who is 16-9 with a 3.90 ERA. Darvish won his second straight
start and fourth consecutive decision back on Sept. 20 against the Angels,
limiting them to a run and four hits in eight innings. He also struck out nine
in that one and has fanned at least eight batters in seven of his last eight
starts. Darvish, who was scratched from his last start with a stiff neck, is 3-1
in five starts against the Angels this season. Texas will hand the ball in game
two to lefty Derek Holland, who has won his last four decisions and is 11-6 with
a 4.50 ERA. Holland only lasted three innings on Monday against Oakland, though,
as he surrendered three runs and four hits with two walks. However, he did not
factor in the decision of his teams 5-4 win. Opposing Holland will be righty
Ervin Santana, who is 9-12 with a 4.93 ERA. Santana was terrific in beating the
Chicago White Sox his last time out back on Sept. 21 when he allowed a run and
two hits and struck out 11 in seven innings. Santana, who can become a free
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Thomas Neals lunging catch saved an extra-base hit and helped the Hastings
All-Stars from Vancouver beat Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, 13-9 on Friday in a Little
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individual contracting rights. LOS ANGELES —No one will be overlooking
Jonathan Quick now. An impressive charge to the Stanley Cup culminated with the
Los Angeles Kings goaltender being given the Conn Smythe Trophy on Monday night
after his team finished off the New Jersey Devils with a 6-1 rout. It was no
contest. Quick was the backbone of a Kings team that went on a stunning 16-4 run
in these playoffs, with the goaltender only allowing three goals in a game on
two occasions. “Hes in a class by himself as far as Im concerned,” said Kings
forward Dustin Penner. Quicks playoff statistics were incredible: a .946 save
percentage and 1.41 goals-against average to go with three shutouts. Those are
among the best by a goaltender in NHL history. The Devils scored just seven
times on him in the six-game championship series. “Jonathan Quicks been like
that,” said Luc Robitaille, the Kings president of business operations. “No one
knows about it, but hes been playing this way. Look at his stats for the last
three years—theyre phenomenal.” Like many of his teammates, Quick didnt
attract much attention while starting his NHL career on the West Coast. But that
started to change during a regular season where he earned a nomination for the
Vezina Trophy and picked up even more steam as he rose to the occasion in the
playoffs. Even soccer superstar David Beckham started showing up to games at
Staples Center with a “Quick” sweater. The 26-year-old from Milford, Conn.,
seemed a little uncomfortable in the media spotlight, although he allowed more
of his personality to come out as the final went along. A couple days before the
Kings lifted the Stanley Cup, Quick talked about being a big Mike Richter fan as
a kid and feeling more nervous watching the 1994 New York Rangers chase a
championship than when he was doing it himself. It was then pointed out that
there are likely kids out there who feel the same way about him that he once did
about Richter. “When you put it that way, its pretty cool,” said Quick. Cool is
the best way to describe this customer. Quick did an excellent job of shutting
down the Canucks, Blues, Coyotes and Devils duriing these playoffs by not
showing many signs of weakness. Matt Schaub Womens Jersey. . Even after
giving the puck up for a crucial goal in a Game 5 loss against New Jersey, he
kept his composure and made sure New Jersey didnt get any life on Monday. “We
needed him to be a great strength for us,” said Kings coach Darryl Sutter. As
for the spotlight, he will have an even tougher time avoiding it now, though he
seems to think the extra media attention wont affect his routine. “I dont see it
changing too much,” he said. “Obviously you still go about you day the same way
you always have. I think the attention the teams going to get is great and thats
something we have been looking for in this market for so long.” Incredibly
athletic, Quick is equal parts aggressive and poised—stopping virtually every
puck he could see shot his way this spring. In the Stanley Cup final, he went up
against veteran Martin Brodeur, a three-time champion and one of the greatest
goaltenders of all time. “I try to be perfect,” Brodeur said after the Kings
built a 3-0 lead in the series. “But the other guy is a little more perfect than
me right now.” This year, during this run, there was absolutely no shame in
that. Quick is just the third American-born player to win the Conn Smythe Trophy
following Brian Leetch of his beloved 1994 Rangers and Bostons Tim Thomas a year
ago. Hes also the third goaltender to be named playoff MVP since the lockout. A
third-round pick in 2005, improbably the eighth goalie selected that year, the
Kings could never have dreamed that Quick would be the one to take them to the
promised land. “Its been a lot of hours, a lot of work and it was all worth it,”
said Los Angeles goaltending coach Bill Ranford. Theres no way the organization
would have had the chance to celebrate its first ever championship this spring
without Quick. “Hes been our most consistent player all year,” said forward
Mike Richards. “Really the big reason why we made the playoffs is because he was
so consistent, played the same way every night.” And he took it to another level
when it mattered most. ’ ’ ’ 

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